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Almost ready for a wash.
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^ looking good Broark... look forward to the post wash pics at some point...

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Thanks guys, they’re at about 4 months of wear with one initial wash and another at the two month mark. They’ve been holding up really well so far, no threads breaking yet surprisingly. I’ll probably wash them next week. Only thing that drives me crazy with them are the tiny front pocket openings!

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I have noticed that despite the 'sloppiness' and the all cotton stitching, CSF jeans seem to last quite well. I have had a couple issues with my 1937 jeans, but both issues have been specific to the denim fabric and not the stitching. Having worn mine since October, I have had no issues with the stitching/construction at all.

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yass!

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Looks like a perfect fit @beautiful_FrEaK ! 

Here are my raw shots. These are going to get a very short, cold soak considering how well they fit raw.

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The diaper butt is the main issue right now

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Haha, who picked up the CSF jacket from Davy today?

I was there watching you!

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That was me @mikecch! Actually might not hold onto it, after a hot soak the vertical length is a bit short (as you probably recall, it was already short on my frame).

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Here are my 1946 1st half jeans after a wash.
My iPhone X camera likes to make the denim look super shiny and almost silver, most accurate photo color-wise is the closeup of the coin pocket (3rd picture).
Just noticed that my wallet is beginning to form a hole in the back left pocket as well.
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Pic of my new s406XXX. Sadly at 6'2 I just don't feel comfortable enough with its length, so I'm selling. Real shame because the quality is just extraordinary.

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Like the others on Denimbro already said, they are really on the small side length-wise. Other dimensions look good from the picture!

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I think its  perfect  aries i mean the the ideal length for that era 

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Thanks lads. At times I do love it, but too often I feel it riding up my back when I lean over or reach for something; I'd just like another inch of length (as so often I've said in life...).

Quick pic of the back detail, which is gorgeous too:

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you dont need to size up the 47 cut as with how everyones saying it. same size as your ww2 san francisco

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Hoping my local Melbourne shop gets some jeans in soon, the owner said a month or two and he’ll have a range of sizes.

Meanwhile selling the above jacket for anyone interested - Here.

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Well get some 47’s type 1 and type 2 jackets soon. 

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hi can ship anywhere buddy. what size do you need and model?

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hi can ship anywhere buddy. what size do you need and model?

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@Aries 

Honestly you look well proportion in that jacket aries, but i guess you cannot force to like things if you don't feel comfy in them. nonetheless rep+

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Thanks @jigsaw, exactly right - I've tried it multiple times and I just don't feel right in it. Up for sale it goes...!

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