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Oh damn. Yea way worn out. Not worth $140 IMO either 

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Yep, those are the M41058. Really great jeans. I do have a pair, but they're not so deadstock anymore…

Should be a good crop of photos from when they were a few pages ago, would've been around the new year.

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@julian-wolf

Fantastic.

The M-Years are the stuff dreams are made of.

I am willing to give a years salary for 34W-35W-36W in NOS...Ha!

Photos from Denimbro:

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For what it's worth, these would do fine with sizing down 1–2" in the waist. They're cut wide, and the fabric doesn't shrink much but stretches plenty anyhow. Mine are size 33 but fit at least a size larger through the top block than other similarly-tagged Cane's from the period, and actually even a good bit larger than my modern W34 lot 401 Hawaii jeans. A 32 would likely give me a better fit, and a 31 wouldn't be uncomfortable (but might not go as well with the style).

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1 hour ago, Thanks_M8 said:

Has one of you seen the type 2 in okinawa/hawaii denim? Been thinking about it, after i got a tax return, but am not sure if it's not too loud.

Specifically these: http://pants-shop-avenue.com/item/SC10701/?mode=pc

We just got those at all of our stores this week, it looks a lot better in person than in photos... in some of the photos the contrast between the two denim styles looks off, but in person it's just the right amount of weird.

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45 minutes ago, Thanks_M8 said:

Thanks @kiya. Are they online already?

Going online September 26th!

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If only SC were still tabbed.

A green CANES on the early Hawaiis...Love it.

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I followed STF LVC 501s for a decade or more and have worn them exclusively for atleast 40 years when they were pre-LVC line. 

Ebay used to have rigid unwashed pairs listed all the time for decent prices. Now ebay listings are all worn pairs and priced sky high because its the last of White Oak. 

I have to say I could care a less. 

A new pair of SC41947 in raw or one-wash are atleast twice the quality of jean and can be delivered for $150. Heavier denim. Heavier pocket bags. Far greater attention to detail.

Not too mention the various 50/50 Okis & Hawaii with their quality.

Good riddance to Levis. Don’t let the door hit you in the a** on your way out of the good ol’ USA that made you famous.

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deadstock M41200 34x36, hell yeah

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There is a fine line between being a braggart and being enthused.

;-)

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Posted (edited)

These are nice!

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Any idea or pictures how the okinawas with tab looked like? Did they have arcs or the sashiko “arcs“ they have nowadays. Found a pair with red tab reading “canes“ on grailed, but they have sashiko “arcs“, as they have now, and am not sure about the authenticity and if they're worth the price.

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^ They were identical - same sashiko arcs but with a red tab.

The Hawaii’s also had the same sashiko arcs as the standard model, but with a green tab.

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Thanks @cusswords for the new catalogue link. Some nice stuff indeed.

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Posted (edited)
On 10/2/2019 at 1:24 PM, mlwdp said:

These are nice!

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 sc28191 in case anyone here is looking for them somewhere else online.

 

Milwaukee is also selling them but not the denim version yet

http://www.mil-mil.net/docs/sugarcane/shirt/sc28191/sc28191.html

Based on Western shirts from the late 1950s, we have reviewed lengths and sleeve widths that are too long.
A western shirt with vintage details, made using the classic Chambray fabric and elaborate techniques.

● One-wash model
● Western cut back yoke
● Snap button with natural shell embedded
● Left pocket flap with pen throttle
● Sewing is a 2-needle winding finish
● The front is sewn with a separate fabric

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6 minutes ago, mlwdp said:

Based on Western shirts from the late 1950s, we have reviewed lengths and sleeve widths that are too long.

I wonder what that means?

The thing I like about the old western shirts is their long sleeve length.

These new shirts look a bit like a SC denim I bought called a “Fiction Romance”.

 

 

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Anyone know of the SC 41872 - the SC 1947 model in deadstock fabric, made in the US?

 

I just noticed them in the catalog cusswords linked to above. I never knew SC made a 13oz version of the 1947.

 

Is the 13oz cut the same as the 14oz cut?

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More details greatly appreciated on the deadstock version.

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These are new this season, so there’s not likely to be much info available on them yet.

I wouldn’t expect them to be cut exactly the same as the lot 1947, and, even if they were, they’d probably end up fitting differently after shrink + stretch.

The MiUSA 1955 have stupidly small front pocket openings. Let’s hope that’s not the case for these, too….

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Hey guys have any of you tried the current 1966 jeans? Any tips on the shrinkage and sizing?

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Inhale, exhale just got some Canes in the mail... courtesy of the rabbit hole that is Yahoo Auctions!

Great jeans - really pleased

From OO's super helpful guide on Denimbro (*), where I'm but a lurker, these are M41001 with cloth patch, dated at c1997

I read they're based on original Levis cut between '46 and '51, most likely '47

The denim is a delightful shade and has stood up well to say they're 20+ years old

The patch is nicely weathered

Seller said close to unused - however there they don't look worn at all, can't spot a mark so far... result! 

Tagged size 36 x 36.  Apparently these are one wash.  Measurements straight from the bag.    

  • Waist 42cm
  • Thigh 35cm
  • Front rise 33cm
  • Back rise 43cm
  • Inside leg 86cm
  • Hem 23

Overall spot on fit for me... possibly a tad long but nothing a healthy cuff won't cure

Will give them a cold wash as they're a bit musty and see what happens

(*) It seems OO's guide has disappeared - possibly storage issues - in a day and age when a slice of the 'net is junk, to lose such fine niche resources would be a travesty!  Hopefully this is temporary 

 

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Nice, I actually had my eye on that same pair!

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