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does the slim 50 and the regular 50 have the same rise?  i love the rise of the older 50 jeans but would not mind the more tapered pant legs.

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36 minutes ago, heavydoom said:

does the slim 50 and the regular 50 have the same rise?  i love the rise of the older 50 jeans but would not mind the more tapered pant legs.

Nope the rise of the slim 50s is much lower.

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11 hours ago, volvo240thebest said:

Nope the rise of the slim 50s is much lower.

@heavydoom definitely much lower !

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For further info, these are the measured rise for slim 50s for size 31 and size 32 that I was given by denimio support ages ago:

Size 31, One-Wash
front rise: 24.5 cm

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Size 32, One-Wash
front rise: 25 cm

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thanks but one pair of low rise jeans in my arsenal is enough for me.  i like it airy down there if you know what i mean?

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I totally agree, which is why i passed on the slim50s and bought myself a pair of 60s

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Who made those arcssssssssss???

Bought 2nd hand on yahoo jp?

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4 hours ago, volvo240thebest said:

Who made those arcssssssssss???

Bought 2nd hand on yahoo jp?

I commissioned the work. The person who did the work prefers to remain unnamed.

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I really like that fit @fix_me

Sorry about the inseam. Maybe he forgot to hem them? 

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Type one has arrived! Jacket beside it is my Warehouse type 1. Fit is raw. Jacket being washed right now. iPhone photos don't do the color justice. I'll try and get some outdoor shots with my real camera. 

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4 hours ago, tigerstrom said:

I really like that fit @fix_me

Sorry about the inseam. Maybe he forgot to hem them? 

Seems that way. I gave them another run through the wash just to see.. no real change. Ah well. They still fit nice. Just look different than how I am used to wearing them.

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@fix_me33 is the standard inseam. The fit is great though. Try a folded cuff instead than a standard double cuff, it will look a bit less bulky.

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6 hours ago, volvo240thebest said:

@fix_me33 is the standard inseam. The fit is great though. Try a folded cuff instead than a standard double cuff, it will look a bit less bulky.

what he said!

 

12 hours ago, nycsurfer530 said:

Type one has arrived! Jacket beside it is my Warehouse type 1. Fit is raw. Jacket being washed right now. iPhone photos don't do the color justice. I'll try and get some outdoor shots with my real camera. 

 

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meeeeeow

lookin' fwd to updates!

 

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@nycsurfer530

look forward to see the post soak fit. My own 30s jacket shrank a good bit length wise and didn't almost shrink width wise. I didn't use a dryer though, and not planning to do it since at the moment it fits exactly as I want... I'm pretty much wearing it every day now, and plan to do so until the next summer...

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30's jacket fades faster than the 50's jacket in my opinion.  i have worn the former for a shorter amount of time and i am seeing way more fades on it than the latter.  also a nice touch are the buttons.  they are already oxidizing and i am seeing specks of rust on them.  i shrank the 30's jacket a lot by putting it in a dryer and a hot water bath.  sleeves and body length are perfect now.  asked for a one wash but got the raw version.  

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shameless plug - figured there might be someone here interested 

TCB 60s size 32. 

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Those bush pants are insane...!

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5 hours ago, Capsicum Fried Meat said:

Those push pants are crazy af. well done dude.

Thanks pal !

I am really having a hard time deciding what to do with them next.

Repair them and wear again or put them in storage like this

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23 hours ago, MasonAlexander said:

I am really having a hard time deciding what to do with them next.

Repair them and wear again or put them in storage like this

Sensible struggle, and there's merit to both. There's some serious potential for sashiko repairs right now, which could give them a whole new life.

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21 hours ago, hudsonjames said:

Sensible struggle, and there's merit to both. There's some serious potential for sashiko repairs right now, which could give them a whole new life.

yupyup

@chicote back in business for the long haul?

or mason feeling handy with the needle

storage is death to garment

key stress points (crotch etc.) are sound?

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3 hours ago, bartlebyyphonics said:

yupyup

@chicote back in business for the long haul?

or mason feeling handy with the needle

storage is death to garment

key stress points (crotch etc.) are sound?

The crotch is good, but the hip is blown out from around the belt area all the way down to mid thigh. Quite a large rip, but it just looks like all of the thread busted open, nothing actually ripped

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