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nice, US cotton, natural indigo from India weaved in Japan. I'm tempted to get these, they are quite cheap too all things considered.

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Do it Volvo!

Seriously one of the best bang-for-the-buck jeans around (along side SugarCane Repro series & Kapital standard denim)

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new chinch back model by Burgus Plus

http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/hinoya/item/928-xx/

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damn I've just bought a pair of chinch backs by Red Cloud, these would have been another serious contender if I had known about them earlier. measurements look great for me.

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Just picked up a Naked & Famous/Burgus Plus colab. I am a huge fan of Naked & Famous and always try to pick up most of the colabs they do. Never heard of Burgus Plus before and after receiving the denim I am quite impressed with them. I've only worn them a couple days but they fit great and look even better.

 

Highlights for me are the front pockets, as I always pair all my denim with the N&F thick belt pockets that are located fairly high are hard to get into. This colab has the pockets located a little lower and even with a thick belt access is easy. Pocket bags seem thicker than most other denim and have a slight pinkish hue to them which is a cool detail.

 

Here is a picture I took this morning out at the cabin. Didn't take a ton of fit photos since it was like -25C today. Little chilly to fussing with camera.

 

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Just picked up a Naked & Famous/Burgus Plus colab. I am a huge fan of Naked & Famous and always try to pick up most of the colabs they do. Never heard of Burgus Plus before and after receiving the denim I am quite impressed with them. I've only worn them a couple days but they fit great and look even better.

 

Highlights for me are the front pockets, as I always pair all my denim with the N&F thick belt pockets that are located fairly high are hard to get into. This colab has the pockets located a little lower and even with a thick belt access is easy. Pocket bags seem thicker than most other denim and have a slight pinkish hue to them which is a cool detail.

 

Here is a picture I took this morning out at the cabin. Didn't take a ton of fit photos since it was like -25C today. Little chilly to fussing with camera.

 

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you are wearing a filson inner lining coat, right?

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Something a little different than the usual interests of Sufu, but does anyone have any experience with the Lot 744-50 black stretch skinny pants or other black models by Burgus Plus? Looking for a pair of black pants that don't cost a fortune.

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If my newish pair of Lot 770s are anything to go on, I would suggest not worrying about the price in correlation to quality.  Probably best to make sure that the measurements are going to work for you and go for it.

 

One of the better fits I've had in a while, in addition the most functional front pockets I have ever experienced in Japanese denim. I can actually fit like, stuff in there.

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Reviving this thread after my recent visit to Tokyo bought a pair of Burgus Plus 770ZR, these are one wash but i did give them a warm wash once i got home. I wanted to buy the black Sugar cane jeans but they were all around 4-5cm too short. not too impressed with the denim on these they feel more rough than all my other denims, as if the yarns they used were somehow sharper. It's not the biggest problem but it's noticeable. i do appreciate the arcs and the sakura embroidery. Burgus Plus arcs are one of the few brands that i feel aren't directly inspired by Levi's 

measurements:

pre-wash

waist: 78cm

front rise: 27cm

back rise: 35cm

thigh: 28cm

knee: 21cm

leg opening: 19cm

inseam: 89cm

post-wash

waist: 72cm

front rise: 25cm

back rise: 33cm

thigh: 28cm

knee: 21cm

leg opening: 19cm

inseam: 88cm

 

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looking at a work shirt off rakuten, hows sizing on these?

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Got the lot.840 a couple weeks ago. I got it because it's made of US cone denim, and since that's becoming extinct, thought why not. Jeans made in Japan out of american denim, usually it's the other way around.

These are a simple clean looking pair of jeans. Nothing fancy. Really well made with solid stitching and only a few loose threads. Horse leather patch. Branded buttons and rivets. The buttons do look and feel cheap though, reminds of the plasticky material used in cheap trophies.

Also, the front pocket openings are big. A welcome surprise.

The denim is 13.75oz right hand twill red selvedge Cone Denim. The weft is really soft to the touch, it feels great. Nothing going on with the warp really, but I expect that will change after a wash or two. The denim also feels light, comparable to a 11oz pair of jeans I have. Does this sound like a special run of cone denim or is it one of the standard cone denim on offer?

I need to soak it to get rid of shrink, but I like the fit. Modern slim silhouette which suits these jeans.

Tag size 32, pre soak measurements are below. Pre soak fit pics are further below.

waist: 33in
FR: 10.2in
BR: 13.4in
U.Thigh:  11.5in
Knee: 8.2in
Leg Opening: 7.2in

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29 minutes ago, keybladehero said:

Out of curiosity is the cone denim sanforized? 

Yep seems so

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Resurrecting this thread as I'm contemplating a pair of the Burgus Plus 770-22 15oz... How are people sizing on these? Usually wear a 30 in Full Count 1109xx and after something less tapered/wider leg opening, so was thinking of going with a 31.

Any pointers appreciated!

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Burgus jeans usually run an inch larger than tagged. So a 30 will measure a 31 - with waist pulled straight & flat. The 770 is great fabric too, good character to it.

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Hello, if I want to take 770 better go true size or down size? Thanks!

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