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Hello guys.

I am planning to buy a 1001xx, but i am lost due to shrinkage: do they strech back to raw measurement (or even beyond?), or there is only a minimal stretch?

Looking on the website, the shrinkage on the waist is 6/7 centimeters, will I have them back? :-)

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Hey Warehouse jeans shrink to tag size, so buy your true size and you should be golden.

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Hi Folks,

Selling a pair of WAREHOUSE & CO.  Lot 1093 BIB OVERALLS

New with Tags, direct from Japan.

Measurements 

Waist 18”

Thigh 12.5

Front rise 12”

Back rise 16”

Inseam 30.5

Please DM me if interested 


 

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These are fantastic. Damn. 

 

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These lot 700 fit me very well, might be my next main goers. for now, only on laundry day :P 
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Hi guys.

I have recently bought a lot 3076 denim workshirt.

On warehouse website, it is mentionned that a few centimeters of shrinkage should be expected. However, after reception, I handwashed it between 30 and 40 degrees for forty mintutes, with some agitation.

I didn't had the lenghth shrinkage I was looking for. Do you think this won't shrink anymore, or is it possible to shrink it (40° machinewash?)

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Did it shrink anywhere else that would give you an issue if it shrunk further?

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Give it a cool machine wash, 30 degrees,  and you should be OK. You'll get a bit more out of it and can stick with that regime to prevent any more. 

 

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First photos I've seen of the Deadstock Blues jeans outside of product shots. They look good!
I didn't preorder a pair, need to free up some closet space and sell a couple pairs before adding any more.

 

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@indigoeagle I thought it might be because it's a size 28 that they photographed, but looking at the photos on Warehouse's website of a size 31 they also have 3 buttons (and 1 top button).

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My 1001XX 15th anniversary (late 40s cut I think) and 415s (rebadged 700s - 37 repro) both in size 32 have only 3 fly buttons (plus the top button).

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 The 503bxx would have only been 4 but for the most part the 46 501xx would have had 5 , but i suppose they could have just had a 4 button model to base the repro on 

 

Think I prefer the 25th 46 jeans ( you have those dont you @Broark ? ) , the faded tab is nice but looks a bit daft with the unworn denim 

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@Flash correct, I did pick up the S1001XX ‘46 25th anniversary jeans. Had to have a rivet repaired on them as it fell of in the initial wash. You’re right, the faded tab does look a little strange with the unworn denim. Would a vintage rayon tab fade like that if the jeans were sitting around in deadstock condition?

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3 minutes ago, Broark said:

@Flash correct, I did pick up the S1001XX ‘46 25th anniversary jeans. Had to have a rivet repaired on them as it fell of in the initial wash. You’re right, the faded tab does look a little strange with the unworn denim. Would a vintage rayon tab fade like that if the jeans were sitting around in deadstock condition?

?? Not sure mate  , I've never seen any and I dare say you havent either ? . Those faded tabs only really appear on jeans made around 42-47 ish 

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I don't think I've ever seen one either, but given the right conditions anything could happen? Maybe there's an example in the 501XX book.
I think the idea behind these is that WH modeled them after a deadstock pair found in a barn that had been sitting around for decades. Think I read that somewhere.

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Definitely none in the book , would be interesting if that barn pair was ever shown 

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I see Lightning magazine are running a Warehouse special issue. Fingers crossed Clutch cafe London get some and I snaffle one before they disappear 

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Standout for this season for me are the 1920s Cowboy repros. I assume these are inspired by the Lee repros they used to do, back when Lee were infringing good n proper. 

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@unders you can easily order those magazines from amazon.co.jp

I bet it will even be cheaper that way compared to buy from Clutch Cafe (who are nice guys by the way)

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6 hours ago, Broark said:

First photos I've seen of the Deadstock Blues jeans outside of product shots. They look good!
I didn't preorder a pair, need to free up some closet space and sell a couple pairs before adding any more.

 

cool ,have a preorder and paid today for my pair , Its the same denim as the 1946 1001xx with little shrinkage in waist so i decided for one size down. I hope it works well.

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Easier to get a photo of yourself if you stand still:biggrin: 

Great jeans mate

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Thanks @Geeman - they are yes. And Ive got to like the way they fit more and more  - the more softer theyve got

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