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^^ mad roping, so soon too... look forward to seeing where this goes...

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Took the advantage of me being in the North to go to one of the bigger cities some people outside of Germany might now...Bremen

Northern Germany's version of sustainable energy : biogas and windmills 

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The mascots of Bremen

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When here, drinking the local beer (it's really not so good but I was raised with it ;) )

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Went to a store called Four Aces, they have some nice brands

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And left with 2 t-shirts 

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^^ Thanks_M8  Beautiful scenery, great hike   ^ b_F It’s cool seeing cities many of us are unfamiliar with in countries we’ve never visited   2 great posts, guys!

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You seem to have way more leg twist than I do. I hoped for something along the lines  of yours :D

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Yeah, first thing I did. And already twice at 40 degrees with the full spin cycle. Maybe I'll try 60 or 90 degrees the next time, depending on how filthy they'll be.

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Mhh...I don't think it will do much more then. 60 °C is totally fine, personally I wouldn't "boil" the jeans. 

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Hi guys! I've been absent for a couple of weeks because of hospital visits. I have some problems with one of my eyes which the doctors can't seem to solve :/ 

 

The jeans are amazing but I have nowhere near the roping as @beautiful_FrEaK;) I will wash them in a couple of days and will try to update with more pictures! 

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some update from the garden....

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Hope you'll be OK @tigerstrom ........

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Thanks guys! :) I have an appointment at the doctors again this week and I hope they have some positive news! 

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I have to say, I am very happy with the jeans. I was a little skeptical before I bought them. I didn't feel good from the first chart published by Bobbo, especially the narrow hem and rise seemed to me too low. I was also worried that denim would be too much japanese fast fader. So, I was waiting for to have them in the hands and on my legs to decide, if I'll join contest, or no. But now I see that everything is different. Fit is absolutely comfortable and denim looks really like vintage durable denim :rolleyes:

Just want to follow up our discussion with @beautiful_FrEaK about similarities with LVC. I was never wore sixties cut, even I own one pair of 1966 LVC 8 years still with tags. Yeah, they are in the queue for to be brake in. Still not.... but I tried them yesterday (as also the other years cut of LVC) and fit is quite similar and fit pics from LVC thread seems to me also close. But maybe I could be completely out ..... Any opinion ?

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Gave my pair another wash this weekend, the third one in total. And the crinklefest continues! May even need to iron the fly.. :P

As other already noted, they don't fade very fast. Basically no visible fading, except on the center back belt loop and the fly.. fWWyiXf.jpgXNHVWSl.jpg1uZu39i.jpgnur9QUL.jpg

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I’m thinking of waiting until about the 3 month mark to wash which is a long time for me. We’ll see if I can hold out. :huh:

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Broark, didn't you wash/soak them when you got them ?

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Yes, I always give my unsanforized denim an initial hot wash. I just mean holding off on washing for awhile after that. 

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My pair will wait for the first water... still dry...

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Maharu, I like your experiment to wash them as much as possible. Never tried. I am curious for to see the result after one year. Maybe beautiful light blue. Think, that could be my next project....

what temperature for to wash ?

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Holy hell @maharu , haha! I knew it would get very crinkly and provide excellent fades but that's way more than I've seen on the textile samples. I'm even more pumped about this now!

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@vIGGiou riou i don't think i wash that often. Will be around once a month. But I do think these will look different than the other pairs I worn, maybe quite light an low contrast. I would really not mind that though!

I wash them together with the other wash. 30, 40 or 60 C, it doesn't matter I put them in the wash er with what else needs to be washed and won't get harmed with a pair of pretty new denim. And initially I gave them a really hot spin! No secrets really :)

@Bobbo haha, I find new crinkles I never saw before every time I look at them :D

@Bobbo

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I agree with the others, the denim doesn't fade too quickly. At least not in the areas with wear, morei n the crinkles from the wash :D

Anyway, back at work today:

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