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2009 Superfuture Conest - Dry Bones

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  1. 1. Are you up for it

    • YES - Beatle rocks
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    • NO - Beatle doesn't suck
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Expect only the best....

I'm not entitled to say much more - but great things will happen...

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i agreed on dry bones, this brand doesn't get enough attention like FH, Samurai, Eternal etc etc on SF. It'll be interesting to see something different. . . make something happen sufuers

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Allright - we're looking foward to a pretty unique project..

A completely new cut....a jean that will be made exclusively for this forum - and only once....

If you're interested = send me a pm - subject 2009 = I'm gonna try to find out a realistic number.....

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Hey Beatle, what you're asking is we pm you if we wanna be part of this project?

Tell me if I understand it correctly

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definitely dry bones, so many people have worn frat head and it will be more expensive. with dry bones we can get the exact pair we want at a reasonable price. the reason BiG's contest was so effective is that a great and universally flattering jean was offered at an incredibly reasonable price.

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That would be possible with Dry Bones actually, but there would be a minimum of 80 per cut.

So we can do a slim Red-D style jean, then a more traditional slimmed down '66 style jean.

I think this would be perfect. I'd be all over a Red-D fit.

In fact, if there are concerns about not getting enough people for 2 fits, couldn't we just stick with the Red-D fit. With the Red-D fit, if people wanted a roomier/baggier fit, they could size up one. Just look at SidLo's fit on them. He's wearing a 29, when he's normally a 28 and they look pretty loose. People could go true to size if they want a normal slim fit and size down one if they want a skinny fit.

So if we went with the Red-Ds

True to size - Normal slim fit

Size up 1 - Loos/relaxed fit

Size down 1 - Skinny fit.

Unless I'm mistaken as to how Red-D's truly fit, I think this would make everyone happy. And we could get away with only needing to producing a single fit.

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Yeah - just send me a pm....I'm basically just collecting so that we get an estimate of the interest....

Subject - 2009

More details soon....

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new fit, something unique to this competition, plus i already got red-d's ;)

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new fit, something unique to this competition, plus i already got red-d's ;)

2nd on the new fit...although a Sugarcane collab would be nice. LHT.

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the doctor is in,

the doctor is on.

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Left Hand Twill

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Allright - we're looking foward to a pretty unique project..

A completely new cut....a jean that will be made exclusively for this forum - and only once....

If you're interested = send me a pm - subject 2009 = I'm gonna try to find out a realistic number.....

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LHT was something lee used famously...

you can check out the samurai jins for an example of LHT fading, they are pretty dope

a different type of fading

its something about how the weft and weave are weaved

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Yes, but in oder to get as many ppl as possible, I doubt we'd be going for LHT...

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LHT was something lee used famously...

you can check out the samurai jins for an example of LHT fading, they are pretty dope

a different type of fading

its something about how the weft and weave are weaved

yeah, still pretty lost. thanks anyway though.

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Left hand twill:

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Right hand twill:

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Broken twill:

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get it?

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Left hand twill:

Right hand twill:

Broken twill:

get it?

To add: that if you compare the warp/weft on the inside, it'll be opposite that of the outside. So from the outside, RHT will point up and right while LHT is up and left.

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Thanks for 30 pm's........

Again - this is an interest check

new - modern slim cut

customized patch (possibly designed by the Sufu crowd)

14,5 z denim for all kinds of weather

special pocket liners

fully lined backpockets....

sufu designed arcs

37'' inseam pre soak

Just send pm - subject 2009

And keep ur wishes coming

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Details on the actual denim used for this jeans will follow....Rome was'nt built in one day, either....

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Use of the Sushi ear denim

What specifically is unique about Sushi ear denim? I know only Dry Bones uses it, but what are the unique qualities to the denim? I don't know anything about it.

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Every collab Self Edge has done is a modern slim fit. Not that I have any problem with it but a 66 store cut would be really cool I think.

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What specifically is unique about Sushi ear denim? I know only Dry Bones uses it, but what are the unique qualities to the denim? I don't know anything about it.

Well you just said it!

We don't know jack shit about the sushi ear denim except for one pic of it faded in the indigo master volume.

Could be fun with something new.

Also, the green hue seems to be great!

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