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Were they CSF-branded rather than One Piece of Rock Neal? I have some pictures in a Lightning magazine with One Piece jeans with arcs and tab.

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I can't quite remember Martin, there has been a few pairs of CSF made with arcs (sometimes for f&f, festivals, not for sale) but i think the Jukebox pairs were all cinch backs.

The patch, tab (and sometimes) buttons are 'One Piece Of Rock' branded on CSF jeans

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The jukebox pairs with arcs were all 1941’s and used the regular Conners branding ( patch ,tab and buttons ) , lovely jeans but like Neal said I don’t think they were ever for sale 

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There was a used pair listed on Yahoo, i think i posted a link on DB, ¥100,000 36" waist and a short inseam and this was well before the recent price hype.

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I’ve always wondered if those crazy priced pairs were actually selling 

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hello any size advice for the 900xx?

i need a 32.5

im getting conflicting measurement inforation, i know i need to size up but it seems half the sites list up to an inch difference. can anyone with 33 or 34 tagged sizes tell me which one is closest?

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Both fit look good ... ‘46 fit looks fab, tho.

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Great fit on both Flash!

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1 hour ago, Flash said:

... was only kidding myself thinking I could keep them deadstock 

... these definitely dont disappoint 

Not long ago you chinned me about ‘dead stock’ plans :laugh2:

Anyway, I’ll tell you what doesn’t disappoint - the fit ... on both. If Carlsberg did jeans ...

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2 minutes ago, Duke Mantee said:

Not long ago you chinned me about ‘dead stock’ plans :laugh2:

Anyway, I’ll tell you what doesn’t disappoint - the fit ... on both. If Carlsberg did jeans ...

Was only fooling myself ...... had myself convinced though :D

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44 minutes ago, Flash said:

Was only fooling myself ...... had myself convinced though :D

I wasn’t smart enough to fool myself - or you - so I just didn’t bother :laugh2:

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But if you had been smart enough to fool yourself, would you have been too smart to fall for it?

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2 hours ago, Maynard Friedman said:

But if you had been smart enough to fool yourself, would you have been too smart to fall for it?

A barber is "one who shaves all those, and those only, who do not shave themselves". The question is, does the barber shave himself?

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Like Flash (with less knowledge), I had been wearing a pair of Conners for the past month, but recently picked up a couple pairs of Warehouse in size 34 raw -- the 1000XX DSB and S1000XX DSB.  Look forward to comparing them.   Interestingly, the waist of the 1000XX was 35" raw vs. 36.5" on the S1000XX.  I know the 1000XX denim is 13.5 oz. -- not sure about the S1000XX.  Nice jeans, from what I can tell so far.

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How many different fabrics does warehouse make? I know about the banner(13.5oz) and the flagship(?)(14.5oz).

Here’s my wh800, I’ll have to put them into rotation at some point.

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I, too, had the back rise stitching blow out disappointingly fast on my 800s.

They have the 2x1 military denim, a 12oz denim for the used-wash models, the new WWII denim and the oxidized version on the DSB S1000XX, whichever new denim is being used on the DSB 1000XX (I'm assuming we'll get a non-oxidized version soon), and they also have two new denims for the 1901 and 1915 that will be out this spring/summer. They also still release the Heller Cafe Non-Pareil jeans and jacket, but I don't recall which denim that uses. 

 

It wasn't that long ago that everyone seemed kind of bored with Warehouse's reliance on the banner denim and look where we are now.

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What about the 14.5oz Duck Digger denim?

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You're not alone, Ive never managed to get my head around all the different WH denims and/or which time period/patch/models they relate to.

I really need to up my game in that department :blush:

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Why not do a bit of research and start a thread? :rolleyes:

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Aren't the Duck Digger models just standard Warehouse denim with more historically accurate detail and Warehouse's wash processes? I haven't seen a weight associated with the new Warehouse denims. 

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I may be wrong (and I’m sure there will be plenty on here to point that out if it’s the case) but I thought the Duck Digger denim was different and slightly tougher than the standard 14.5oz version.

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It’s so confusing. My understanding is, as Cusswords says, the duck digger line is more accurate repros of certain years of 501s (or jackets), as opposed to the standard line. Some DD use the new(ish) duck digger denim, but loads use the banner denim. I’m not convinced they have a system! 

Here’s a good, detailed note on what’s what:

https://www.reddit.com/r/rawdenim/comments/dhbjpu/brand_spotlight_its_warehouse_day/?utm_source=amp&utm_medium=&utm_content=post_body

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Here’s the 1000XX DSB next to the S1000XX DSB after a warm soak. Pics are lousy but the 1000XX looks bluer and feels lighter, softer, less crinkly/stiff than the S version. I’ve heard 1000XX is 13.5 oz. — not sure about S version’s weight. 
 

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I always found it a bit amusing the DD line is so precise on certain period details (stitching/pocket shape/rivets etc) yet use the same 1930s banner denim for 40s/50s/60s models. Depending how its washed it can have a variety of looks and it is definitely a nice ~neutral medium for letting the other details / the silhouette shine

 

 

 

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I thought the old Duck Digger range (going back 10 or more years) was almost a sub-brand specialising in either historic repros or ‘imagined’ models. Lately though, there has been a dearth of more modern DD models, which I thought used a common 14.5oz rough-ish denim, eg the DD-1003XX/1004XX/1001, etc. These all seem to have equivalent models without the DD prefix so I thought the DD is the denim used. Can someone give a definitive view on this?

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