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I like them both but what’s your favourite pair so far Flash?

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Strange seeing you in ‘different’ jeans - very nice though 

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@Dr_Heech

The 46 are the new 14.5oz denim ( your correct , same as the duck digger)

The 50's are the 13.5oz banner denim 

As far as the decking goes , it was painted last year .... £120 worth of decking paint and in lasted 6 months until it started peeling so Mr Ronseal can go fuck himself 

@Maynard Friedman

There both really nice mate but I like the 46 more I think , mainly because the 46 501xx along with the s501xx are my favourite Levi's 

@Duke Mantee

Dont get me thinking about it too much .... they'll end up in the in the sale thread before the end of the day :D

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3 hours ago, Flash said:

Warehouse arrived 

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50's on the left , 46 on the right

I think i prefer the 50's arcs, only just tho..

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Sorry for the basic question, but does anyone know the weight of the denim on the 1000XX Dead Stock Blues?

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Posted (edited)

Internet says 13.5 oz

Edit: at least that's what I've seen advertised on e-cream

Edited by beautiful_FrEaK

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^ thanks b_F.  The pair of 1000XX DSB (34) came today from Hinoya.  FYI -- raw inseam and waist are both 35".

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1 hour ago, JohnM said:

^ thanks b_F.  The pair of 1000XX DSB (34) came today from Hinoya.  FYI -- raw inseam and waist are both 35".

Could we have the rest of the measurements John? (Would be interesting to compare to some of my other pairs). Tia.

Edited by Dr_Heech

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^ Sure -- I'm soaking them now, but will get some measurements post-soak.

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Here you go Dr_Heech:

Size 34, 1000XX DSB, soaked (warm water, 60 minutes) and worn for two hours (denim stretches easily):

Waist:  35.25"

FR:  12.5"

BR:  17.375"

Thigh:  13.25"

Knee:  9.875"

LO:  9.18754421985"  ;-)

Inseam:  33.0"

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^ Agree!  This is my first pair of Warehouse 1000XX and I can see why it's well regarded -- classic and comfortable proportions.

If you or others know what Levi's year this pair is modeled after, I'd love to know.  Regardless, it has the feel of simple, no frills Levi's from years ago.

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^Only just recently bought my first pair of Warehouse in January, the 1922 model (more like a 1927 model with an extra fly button tho) and although l am fairly pleased with them, the back rise is a little shallow (15.5"). 

The DSB (and indeed, the 1915) were the only other models l was interested in and l needed that info before l could gradually talk myself into possibly buying another pair :)

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8 minutes ago, MJF9 said:

@Flash great fit!

Thanks mate , double cuffed them and the feel a lot better 

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Just now, Dr_Heech said:

That jacket fits you much better (imho) than your other 506xx @Flash 

 

Yeah this one is a 40 ( others a 38 ) and there's plenty of room for a thick sweat 

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Nice to see the two denims side by side Flash, the 46's really are darker than the normal Banner denim.
I just won a pair of lot 1202's on Yahoo for $100 BNWT, kind of the tonal stitching / USN denim I was looking for. Will post some photos once they arrive.
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They’re a really nice light denim - but did you check the inseam?

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24 minutes ago, Duke Mantee said:

They’re a really nice light denim - but did you check the inseam?

Yes they’re going to be on the short side, fortunately I have pretty short legs and can make due with a 30 in. inseam with no cuff.

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29 minutes ago, Broark said:

Yes they’re going to be on the short side, fortunately I have pretty short legs and can make due with a 30 in. inseam with no cuff.

Whew! I think they’d look best without a cuff anyway :smile:

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That was my thought process too! 36 inch inseams drive me nuts. Despite being fairly tall I have stubby legs.

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6 minutes ago, Broark said:

That was my thought process too! 36 inch inseams drive me nuts. Despite being fairly tall I have stubby legs.

I’m not tall and I’ve always hated long inseams because of my short legs - they barely reach the ground

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^ 36 inseams is for the inhumans

those 46 and 50s look amaze flash

ed`; hope the contest goes well; them 46 is great jawnz...

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9 hours ago, Flash said:

That's better

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I know CSF have the edge with the deets but they don't have is this^ timeless look, just thet combination of red tab and nicely shaped arcs makes me go week at the knees, it's bizarre the effect which it can have and with blank back pockets they will never manage to stir those emotions no mater how much of a vintage feel they embody.

I bet those Jukebox pairs are like a million quid nowadays.

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The warehouse collab pairs are bound to fetch a few quid aswell .

Your right about the arcs 

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What are the Jukebox pairs?

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Early on in the CSF timeline they made a run of jeans for Jukebox store in JP with perfect arcs intact, there was strictly no export (i think most went to friends and fam) they didn't even need picking.

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