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got the same shirt as above in grey size 40 if anyone is interested. got it from the warehouse sale but it is a little too big

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Lax I forget, is that shirt brown white and black or brown white and navy?

 

No navy in the shirt.

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Hi All, there hasn't been any activity here for awhile so I decided to post some photos of my RJB D102 LTD jeans that I bought from Tokyo this past April. I have been wearing them almost every weekend since May.

 

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I haven't done much photo taking of jeans before. If you have any requests of what kind of photo I should take of it, let me know. These are a great pair of jeans and I love putting them on everyday.

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Nice pair - how about a fit picture?

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Guys what's the largest stockist of RJB stuff in Tokyo? I wanna get their plain shell long wallet which does not seem to be available online or anywhere outside Japan.

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I think RJB Daikanyama is going to be the best bet, the staff there are awesome too. I'm sure they could order whatever you wanted from the RJB catologue... either as a custom order or shipped in from another RJB store that has it in stock. 

 

If you go custom order though, they still won't ship it overseas even if you order it in person...

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Oh, thanks a bunch Ben. I'll ask my air hostess friend to go survey for me when she goes to Japan.

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Definitely, you're welcome! Hopefully you already got what I meant, but custom wallets and stuff should be fine, but it's not like they could custom produce a shirt they've already made that they've run out of for instance...

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Ignore the lack of jawnz, appreciate how incredible this shirt is... I would kill to find the black/red version of this exact one. I have the black/red but it's a different fit, thinking of selling it since this one is perfect for me.

 

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This thread is always way too quiet...

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oh ben so are you still selling this?

 

on another note i couldnt wait to check the stock out at Japan so took the plunge and copped the RJB bi-fold argyle wallet from self-edge. such a nice wallet, and so under appreciated! 

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Ignore the lack of jawnz, appreciate how incredible this shirt is... I would kill to find the black/red version of this exact one. I have the black/red but it's a different fit, thinking of selling it since this one is perfect for me.

 

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This thread is always way too quiet...

how did you manage to get a pair of N&F's invisible jeans? 

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how did you manage to get a pair of N&F's invisible jeans? 

 

Lol.

 

oh ben so are you still selling this?

 

on another note i couldnt wait to check the stock out at Japan so took the plunge and copped the RJB bi-fold argyle wallet from self-edge. such a nice wallet, and so under appreciated! 

 

 

Yes, definitely, I'd never have something for sale and still wear it, haha... The one in the pic is a size 40, my correct size. I'm selling the size 38 bnwt. The shirt is that good that I bought it twice to make sure I had the right size.

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Got another 2nd hand piece for my growing RJB/TFH collection...this one is with the diamonds in blue leather - tonal with contrast stitching.

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This is special edition for Desert Hill's Market (DHM) in Japan and went under the name of Good Old Day's DD001 - fits very similar to a regular D001.

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The color here is closer to real...

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To me that looks and feels like the old RJB standard denim...

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The inseam is quite short being a 2nd hand jeans from Japan, but I think I could make it work. I can always go "high water"...

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That denim looks really nice... I'm a fan of that patch, which manages both a grammatical error with the misplaced apostrophe and the misspelling ''Dessert Hills''. Totally cool.

 

Like the single cuff, high-water style with the Trickers (?) as well. You wear them well.

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Actually, the missing s in dessert was my mistake - they get that right most of the time...

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Here are a pair of 105BSPs that I bought and wore for a year or two on and off. The only issue I had with these jeans was the low rise and the fact that I sized down 1 or 2 (they were on super sale like 50% off... so I gave them a shot) I powered through them for a while and eventually forgot that I sized down and hot washed them... The stretching back out was a little painful but they're back at a good spot fit wise. They're enjoying a relaxing spot in the closet for now since I have bought a few pairs of other jeans to wear. Enjoy!

 

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picked up this shirt from the Nagano store, such a great place. I had no idea how much amazing stuff they made, luckily this was the only shirt they had that would fit me otherwise I would have spent far too much money. 

 

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It really is amazing! In a store full of crazy fabrics this one really stood out. Thanks for the tip on this store, they were really awesome and friendly. My wife chatted with the sales guy for a good 20 minutes. Even in a country renowned for great service, the nagano flat head store was head and shoulders above any other store i went to.

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That shirt is definitely amazing! Perfect fit too.

 

The RJB store in Daikanyama was also the best store I've ever been to. Even though it was so small, the clothes were outstanding (as you'd expect), and the service was just as good.

 

I gotta get to Nagano sometime!

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Lol.

 

 

 

Yes, definitely, I'd never have something for sale and still wear it, haha... The one in the pic is a size 40, my correct size. I'm selling the size 38 bnwt. The shirt is that good that I bought it twice to make sure I had the right size.

cant believe I slept on that 38 :C I forgot my Sufu account info and was locked out for awhile 

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DhaDha bought it and he's stoked on it, just like me. You fucked up bro... Lol

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DhaDha bought it and he's stoked on it, just like me. You fucked up bro... Lol

real talk man... Dhadha if you grow an extra 2 inches over the holidays holla at cha boy

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real talk man... Dhadha if you grow an extra 2 inches over the holidays holla at cha boy

haha, don't hold your breath though, i haven't gained weight in the past few years. 

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