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View Advert Red Wing Beckman-Black Klondike Size 7
Red Wing Beckman in Black Klondike (Size 7)
Purchased by me from Franklin & Poe this past summer
Too small for me
Only worn inside once
Advertiser cmr_reed Date 12/03/2019 Price $350.00 Category shoes Brand 0
Hi SuFu â€“
We are Standard & Strange, based in Oakland, CA. We're a denim-centric menswear shop. You can find us right at 5010 Telegraph Ave, next door to Pizzaiolo.
Our brand list is extensive, to say the least, but here's the highlights:
Japan Blue Jeans
Circle of Friends
Naked & Famous
We buy brands that we believe in, without compromise. Initially, it was only Made In USA goods, but as we traveled and were introduced to more and more great brands, we added Canada, Japan, Europe, and the UK to our roster.
We're constantly expanding our denim selection with the goal of being able to fit just about anyone to a great pair of jeans, whether it's N&F weird guys in stretch selvedge denim, or 18oz Momotaro Natural Tapers. We take the same approach to shirts, jackets, boots, and everything else â€“ we try to have fits that work for just about anyone.
About our name â€“ one of my areas of interest has always been urban development, planning, and use, and one of the standout books in that area is â€œThe Death and Life of Great American Citiesâ€ by Jane Jacobs.
There's a passage that's stuck with me over the years:
"Cities, however, are the natural homes of supermarkets and standard movie houses plus delicatessens, Viennese bakeries, foreign groceries, art movies, and so on, all of which can be found co-existing, the standard with the strange, the large with the small." (bold emphasis mine).
When we found our original space â€“ in Temescal Alley â€“ it was on it's 3rd rebirth â€“ originally horse stables, the store fronts in the alley had long been used as cheap storage lockers. When we built out the space we were tearing out boards that been there for 100+ years.
Our goal â€“ whether it's denim, boots, or shirts â€“ is to make sure every person coming through our door gets what they want, even if it's just a shot of whiskey and a warm welcome.
The best place to catch us online outside of here is Instagram, and via our email list.
Our 3-year anniversary party:
The denim wall:
When we needed gift cards, we went all in, and made them from brass:
We get a bit obsessive about our denim details - here's a macro of Full Count's 100% Zimbabwean cotton:
And another because why not:
Kapital Century denim and aged button:
Finally, Brandon, one of our team, getting serious about some Rogue Territory and Momotaro:
Tempo Design Store - TCB, Jelado, Burgus, Tanuki, Y'2 Leather, Loop & Weft, Viberg, Kaneko Optical & more.By headoffice
New shop in San Francisco, Mission District, 1184 Valencia Street
Online store can also be seen at www.tempodesignstore.com
Carrying a selection of goods for men and women:
atelier pica pica
de bonne facture
école de pensée
fog linen work
japan blue jeans
kaneko optical co.
loop & weft
save khaki united
shoes like pottery
By Inimitable N!
I noticed this benefit Takayuki Echigoya of Bowery Blue Makers started on GoFundMe to help save Kiyama Denim Mill in Okayama. The mill sustained flood waters of over four feet submerging the machines for days. As we all surely know these antique shuttle looms are assembled from both metal and wood including the shuttles. When running Kiyama's mill uses 1000 shuttles, 200 have been donated from other mills while the others will undergo the painstaking process of being hand repaired by a 78 year-old master craftsman. Needless to say, the situation is certainly worthy of the attention of the greater denim community.
Save Kiyama Denim Mill
Having survived numerous hurricanes having lived in Florida most of my life I personally understand the loss and the pain of trying to rebuild. I thought I'd bring it to the attention of everyone here who is concerned.
If moderators find the post to be against the principles or policies of SuFu please feel free to remove, I won't be offended.
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