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Wow great faded Evisu jeans

And I love how hard the hidden rivet is fighting to escape out of his raw denim prison as well  like seen on your old Samurai jeans

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Hey all. It's been awhile since ive posted so here are my two most worn in jeans.

 

3Sixteen ST-120x at 3.5 years and probably 2.5 years wear. Lots of washes.

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Here are my FHxNFxTY jeans i picked up from this forum in late 2014. Ive worn them since DWC2 and about 15 washes. I most likely wont buy another pair of FH jeans because truthfully theyre way out of my pricing bracket.

 

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36 minutes ago, seethruskin said:

some rrl slim straights made in japan // worn and washed a loT

37 minutes ago, seethruskin said:

some rrl slim straights made in japan // worn and washed a lot

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Wow, what an impressing natural raw denim evo art created by your legs!!! Keep them alive for ever! They deserve it!!

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So hardest core faded Devilva. Make sure to never ever throwing them away!!! 

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7 hours ago, swiss-jeansfreak said:

So hardest core faded Devilva. Make sure to never ever throwing them away!!! 

Definitely. Bit fragile these days but will try bust them out every now and then. I know No.1's get a lot of love but cant fault No.2's either.

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15 hours ago, devilva said:

Definitely. Bit fragile these days but will try bust them out every now and then. I know No.1's get a lot of love but cant fault No.2's either.

Great plan to keep them alive for ever!!!!

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9 hours ago, seethruskin said:

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Wow, what a hardest core raw denim love given to them!!! 

Keep them alive for ever!!!!! 

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Wow, what a hardest core raw denim evolution art created by your magic legs! 

I would love to see them in real some day

Keep them alive for ever!!!!!

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Xpost from TCB thread:

I've pretty much stopped wearing my 60's in favor of my 50's but I figured I'd share with you all the state they are currently in. TCB 60's, a little over a year and washed VERY often:

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nice little lightning bolt

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I love the texture on the yoke!

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Not the greatest quality, but you get the idea. 

PBJ XX-012, Denime 66XX, TSG 5109, TCB 505a2ad80283678_IMG_20171208_1851052.thumb.jpg.41eec105b2d8cb464da86079fc5391f2.jpg

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On 10/27/2017 at 8:40 AM, 501XX4EVER said:

Interesting that your vintage pair did the pocket creasing thing that the current repos do, although the repos do it in a more extreme way. 

Here's a (hopefully) better quality pic, which shows the amazing loom chatter on the rear left thigh of James's Jeans. 

Larger Size Picture.

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 The pocket creasing is back pocket lining. 

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1 hour ago, noobedloser said:

Updates on my 509SE, these hit the one year mark in October and have been retired for the time being. Washed lots and are barely starting to look good

 

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mischief 27oz in 6 months

unwashed

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xpost from samurai thread

 

710xx 19oz.  Color is pretty accurate.  

 

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...and the buttons starting to rust

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LVC 501XX

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Roy (OG)

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PRPS Rambler

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The LVC and Roys were worn on and off for years, with many washes each. The LVC were used for fieldwork and for home renos, yielding more fading overall. The PRPS I've had for 2-3 years; washed a handful of times.

I took up cycling spring 2017, and by the time I put my bikes away for the winter none of these jeans fit me in the thighs (comfortably). 

 

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C25D90DE-0B8A-4E0A-A1D5-28F3452301CE.thumb.jpeg.a3881278413a6ab8b6c4223b8c8879bb.jpegPics of my strike gold 3105. Worn for about 2 years with 10+ machine washes. The arcuates were starting to come off so I ended up de-arcing the back pockets. I kinda like the imprint they left behind. 

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