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On 8/26/2020 at 6:36 PM, darkstar73 said:

thanks for the ranchman @Flash

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So you found the right size perfect 

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@TCBINOUE - Super cute little kiddo!

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Just got my black 50’s and loving them! They’ll be a great replacement for the $30 oversized black wranglers I’ve been wearing. Forgot how much I love this fit! The waist is smaller than my 29 50’s (measured around 27in...:o) but they’re already stretching out and should be perfect once they settle.

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I’ve been looking at those too @Hendsch, glad to hear you like them! Did you get a 29? I’ve been debating going up to a 30 or 31 but would love to hear how your pair fits you first, as I think we’re around the same waist size.

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@chicote I went with a 29 knowing they’d be a bit snug compared to my indigo 50’s. The fit is pretty much spot on everywhere except for the waist but with the two inches of stretch @julian-wolf got, I’m fairly confident these will be perfect.

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Yep, wearing mine now & they’re plenty comfy at this point

If there was a size 35, I probably would’ve been happier going with that—don’t like making jeans stretch this much when avoidable—but they’ve been through the wash & only took around a half a day afterwards to stretch back fully, so I don’t think there’ll be any long-term problems

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Selling my 30s Jacket. Size 46. Condition 9/10. just bit to short for me. Looking for 135 Euros plus shipping preferebly to someone in Europe. DM me, Thank you!

pit to pit 54 cm

back length 62 cm

shoulder 48 cm

arm length 61 cm

 

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Hi,

Anyone got any thoughts on the 30s jacket vs the Cat Boy jacket please?

 

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7 hours ago, smoothsailor said:

looking good HGS, do you wear rings? Is that how your pocket gets so much wear?

No that's just from the cotton thread wearing out.  I didn't really notice at first and it became more dramatic after recent washes 

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9 hours ago, darkstar73 said:

@Hopethisoneisnttaken love my ranchman, it’s my favorite shirt!

To be honest it's my only denim shirt, but I love it as well. as with anything TCB the puckering is already progressing beautifully.
My only complaint would be that the top snap button always pulls on my beard when unbuttoned and I kinda wish they'd switch only the top snap to a normal button, but on the other side I get that it's less accurate etc.

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Does anyone have any experience with the 505 jeans? I'm torn between a 505 and a 60's for my next pair. i've got the 50's slim and a 40's (non contest) but looking for something inbetween the two styles. The 60's measurements on the TCB site are off and as my size aren't in stock at the moment they can't take measurements for me. I need to feed my denim addiction! TIA

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^ No experience with either cut, but last I checked there were some sizes of the 505 on super sale @ S&S…

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1 hour ago, julian-wolf said:

^ No experience with either cut, but last I checked there were some sizes of the 505 on super sale @ S&S…

S&S?

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Standard & Strange, a clothes shop in Oakland

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18 hours ago, jewellben said:

Does anyone have any experience with the 505 jeans? I'm torn between a 505 and a 60's for my next pair. i've got the 50's slim and a 40's (non contest) but looking for something inbetween the two styles. The 60's measurements on the TCB site are off and as my size aren't in stock at the moment they can't take measurements for me. I need to feed my denim addiction! TIA

I have the 60's and love them.  I bought them from denimio, and they were able to measure for me.  Just use their chat feature. 

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I think I want to buy my first pair of TCB!

Where do I begin?

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3 hours ago, cool_hand said:

I think I want to buy my first pair of TCB!

Where do I begin?

Get a pair of 50s

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4 hours ago, cool_hand said:

I think I want to buy my first pair of TCB!

Where do I begin?

if you're not afraid of a loose hem width I think the 50s are the best way to start. great cut, great fabric, can be worn all year long

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On 1/15/2021 at 11:59 AM, jewellben said:

Does anyone have any experience with the 505 jeans? I'm torn between a 505 and a 60's for my next pair. i've got the 50's slim and a 40's (non contest) but looking for something inbetween the two styles. The 60's measurements on the TCB site are off and as my size aren't in stock at the moment they can't take measurements for me. I need to feed my denim addiction! TIA

I have a pair of the 505s that I got pretty cheap, I like them quite a bit. Anything specific you'd like to know about them?

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What’s the cut like? Are they like a LVC 505 in shape? Thanks

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