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20 minutes ago, Flash said:

@Foxy2 any pics of yours floating around  ?

Haven't really started wearing them after the initial soak - maybe tomorrow is a good day to give it a try...

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2 hours ago, Foxy2 said:

Don't go by the waist measurements alone - the waistband gives, the hips don't give enough...

Thanks foxy, I will get the 34 as suggested by edmond.

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17 hours ago, alvin_cheong said:

@Foxy2 which model did you get,foxy?

 

1942-45 S409XXX  M-WWII - San Francisco

 

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not yet - thinking about it....

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be very careful in sizing the 47 , there quite undersized compared to the other models 

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New paper patch ww2 model from the conners instagram 

 

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Love my pair

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Damn this thread is dead , just thought id bump it to see if there is any signs of life ??? 

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Another attempt to try and breath some life into this thread .......

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Doesnt look far off some vintage ww2's to me ;)

 

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On 2/16/2017 at 4:30 AM, Flash said:

And dried....

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Holy fuck man these are gorgeous! 

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For anyone on the fence about ordering a pair ...... jump on over . They are a bit more expensive than most of the jeans we talk about but when you see the jeans first hand ( imo ) you can see where the extra work and passion for the product has went . Yoshiaki spends an enormous amount of time studying the vintage examples for little quirks that he can replicate in his jeans and it really sets his products apart 

Im obviously a pretty big fan of his stuff and that can make me come off as bias but in my experience these are the best jeans ( especially the ww2's because there is so much of thewonky sewing that i love ) that i have ever owened 

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On 4/8/2017 at 1:14 AM, Flash said:

For anyone on the fence about ordering a pair ...... jump on over . They are a bit more expensive than most of the jeans we talk about but when you see the jeans first hand ( imo ) you can see where the extra work and passion for the product has went . Yoshiaki spends an enormous amount of time studying the vintage examples for little quirks that he can replicate in his jeans and it really sets his products apart 

Im obviously a pretty big fan of his stuff and that can make me come off as bias but in my experience these are the best jeans ( especially the ww2's because there is so much of thewonky sewing that i love ) that i have ever owened 

Just ordered a WW2 tux. Gonna pick them up in Japan from the man himself. I'm pretty damn excited :) 

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I like the look of those WWII San Jose's. But I can't find a size guide on the OPOR website.

Can anyone oblige? Leg opening is a deal breaker for me. Thanks.

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Hears its a tad slimmer and has a lower front rise 

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21 hours ago, Tapori said:

I like the look of those WWII San Jose's. But I can't find a size guide on the OPOR website.

Can anyone oblige? Leg opening is a deal breaker for me. Thanks.

You're probably best off dm'ing Konaka-San on instagram. He is quite helpful on there and has pretty good English as well.

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Got bored doing some spring cleaning ....

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