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3 hours ago, Bobbo said:

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Thanks mate!

It's the Hummingbird jacket from Trophy Clothing in horse leather that I got in Tokyo a few months back. Really nice one and worth a look. I'll see if I can get some decent pictures up some day.

 

Edit: Boots are a pair of Lone Wolf engineers.

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On 2/16/2019 at 1:31 PM, 501XX4EVER said:

Some inspiration for you lightweights via the real thing...:D:D:D

1922 model.

Just replying to my own post, if you look closely at the belt loops on this pair, they do seem to be made from a slightly different denim, or is it jut my eyes???

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No this is correct and also something TCB (and other brands) replicated for the 1920 models. I think Denime even had this on their 1937 model

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6 minutes ago, beautiful_FrEaK said:

No this is correct and also something TCB (and other brands) replicated for the 1920 models. I think Denime even had this on their 1937 model

Yea, my export model Warehouse Lot 700 have it as well, it actually looks like a Chambray type material on them. I guess I referring more to this pair specifically, as in "do my eyes deceive me" type of thing, it's hard to tell from photo's sometimes.

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I'm due for an update, sorry everyone! Aiming to get something this weekend once I have daylight :X

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7 minutes ago, aho said:

I'm due for an update, sorry everyone! Aiming to get something this weekend once I have daylight :X

show me the dadfadezzz!

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On 5/18/2018 at 11:42 AM, bartlebyyphonics said:

and then another thing

found this on 'another forum' thought to share...

a levi's pair from 1922-26/7 

a detail: lighter weight loops...

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imma enjoying the self-quoting

back from page 73 of the thread...

yesyesyes lighter loops period specific confirmed

and oh yes @aho - fades update most most welcome!

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You guys....I just read Tsujita-san's post on Facebook and HILARIOUSLY, Fullcount looks to be getting rid of their famous arcs and red tab...

LOL

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Let's all go destroy our FC jeans in protest!
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1 hour ago, garden gnomes in space said:

the waygu beef of denim

That's the perfect analogy!

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Nice updates everybody. My 20s are getting much more wear since I pulled the suspender buttons, but there's still some serious catching up to do. Cat ears are hanging on for now, but starting to look mangy. 

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Owe you guys more pics...Leather patch is barely hanging on, "cat arcs" are fraying, and I'm now realizing the previous pic is too blown out and not representative of true colors.

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On 2019/2/24 at 午前11時22分, aho said:

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@aho Good evening! Do you use the dryer after washing the jeans?

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Good luck on your new endevours Paul! 

And some mighty last denim strides you're pulling with these ones! Fabulous! 

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You're gonna be the coolest physics teacher ever Paul!

Lame mirror selfie to keep the ball rolling

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Posted (edited)

humanties loss, STEM's gain...

good luck with it sir! 

[my daughter just graduated from a physics degree, apparently core jobs in the area are nuclear industries and writing code for financial services to shave nano-seconds off trading... at least to make sure to remind them of Iggy!!!!!!!!!]

plus: quite the rocking fades there!

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On 3/5/2019 at 2:22 PM, bartlebyyphonics said:

apparently core jobs in the area are nuclear industries and writing code for financial services to shave nano-seconds off trading

Actually, this isn't so much the case anymore! With the rise of "quantum computing" as a hip buzzword, industrial job opportunities in quantum engineering, quantum information science, and related fields are popping up all over the place: big companies like Google, IBM, and Microsoft have all started up major research departments, and a fair number of smaller startups are jumping in alongside as well.

Whereas even just five or ten years ago the default paths, academia aside, seem to have been programming / data science or engineering, it's becoming increasingly common for folks to finish their degrees and leave academia only to continue doing fairly similar physics to what they've just spent half a decade researching for their theses. This depends a lot on subfield, of course—I get the feeling that data science and quantitative finance are still common paths for the high energy / particle physics crowd, for instance—but overall it's a very exciting time to be a physicist making career choices.

Paul—good luck with the change of scenery! I can trace back most of the last handful of years of my life to an outstanding high school physics teacher who showed me for the first time just how fun it can all be, and I imagine you'll find yourself at the other end of all that soon enough.

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^ niiiiiiice!!!!!

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4 hours ago, julian-wolf said:

I get the feeling that data science and quantitative finance are still common paths for the high energy crowd 

This doesn’t sound like the Hi NRG crowd I once knew....

Youre right though julian, I think Paul will find that being a physics teacher is the second most fun thing you can do with your jeans off!

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