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Hysteric Glamour X Dickies/ Full Count 1109/ Samurai Heavy Belts

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Hello,

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I used the "Blue In Green" method for measuring the pant and jean.

ALL items in this thread are Mint... never worn.

Without further ado....

Hysteric Glamour x Dickies

These were part of a collaboration between the Japanese brand Hysteric Glamour and Dickies. These are a very skinny fit are a 65/35 poly/cotton blend (much more softer than American Dickes), and they have a back cinch. They are a size 32, but like I said before they are extremely skinny.

Size 32

Measurements:

Waist: 16.75" / 42.55 cm

Inseam: 31.5" / 80 cm

Thigh: 11.5" / 29.20 cm

Knee: 8.75" / 22.23 cm

Front Rise: 8.5" / 21.60 cm

Back Rise: 13" / 33 cm

Hem: 7.75" / 19.69 cm

Hip: 19" / 48.26 cm

Full length: 40" / 101.6 cm

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$85
 

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Full Count 1893 (1109) Fit

These are a nice pair of black one-wash denim from Full Count. They are labeled 1893 but they fit similar to Full Count's slim fit 1109. I recommend these jeans because you are going to be hard pressed to find a pair of non-raw slim black selvedge denim with back rivets and all that. They are a size 33 but they are a very skinny fit jean I would recommend these if you wear a 32.... maybe even 30... just check the measurements.

Measurements:

Waist: 16" / 40.64 cm

Inseam: 33.75" / 85.73 cm

Thigh: 12" / 30.48 cm

Knee: 8.75" / 22.23 cm

Front Rise: 10.25" / 26.04 cm

Back Rise: 13" / 33.02 cm

Hem: 8.25" / 20.96 cm

Hip: 19.25" / 48.90 cm

Full Length: 45.25" / 114.94 cm

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$200
 

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Samurai W001 Thick Curved Steer Belt

Couple of nice belts from Samurai. These are extremely thick and have a large buckle, they will only get better after years of wear. Pewter buckle. The thickness of these belts is no joke.... All belts are size 34.

Measurements:

Thickness: ~2" to 3" / 5 to 8 cm

Belt Width (top to bottom): 1.75" / 4.45 cm

From front of the buckle to third notch: 35" / 89 cm

From one end of the leather to the other: ~38" / 101 cm

From end of buckle to end of belt: ~41" / 104 cm

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$120 apiece

I believe I covered all the details of every item in this thread, but if you have any further inquiries please feel free to PM me. Thank you.
 

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