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Have you seen them in real life? The denim looks a bit different from the pics. Nice pair, though, definitely.
Selling a pair of Made in USA hickory pants in 34/34 and brown lightweight pants in 32/34 if anyone's interested. Please check my signature. thanks
For sale is a nearly new pair of Nudie Thin Finn Organic Ecru W32x L34. I've worn these perhaps 10 times. Selling them as they're not seeing any wear.   Looking for US$79 plus shipping. in Germany: US$7 In EU: US$15 To US: $19  
For sale is a pair of new RRL Hickory Stripe Officer's Chino, Hickory Bozeman Wash, 34x34. I bought these a year ago but haven't worn them. They just stayed in my wardrobe. They're too nice for that. The pants are Made in the US. The pants- as is often the case with RRL- have been treated to look like someone had been wearing them sometime for work. You can see the fade on the thigh areas front and back as well as some small paints spots.   I'm looking for US$179...
For sale is a pair of brown RRL pants in the officer style (see front pockets) with suspender buttons in W32xL34. The fabric is a nice light one. I bought these pants a year ago new. Unfortunately they're too tight in the thighs for me. I've only worn them once. They don't have any flaws.   Looking for US$119 plus shipping. In Germany: US$7 In EU: US$15 To US: $19
Yes, it's from the washing. The stars are not really white. I'll stick to non-wash versions in the future. 
I have to say that the star wabash iron ore shirt is far more washed than the pics on the RL site make it seem. It says rinsed but in my opinion it should have said something like "faded" or "bleached out".  You can compare here.   The fabric is like this (could only find this pic of the grandad style one):   This is the pic on the RL site:     Still a nice shirt, but I was expecting a darker indigo colour.
Sold.   Thanks
Are you referring to the ridig selvedge ones here?
How do you find the breathability of the Macintosh of the Cameraman? I have a Macintosh/Harris tweed one, and while I love the look and especially the tweed I find that I start sweating in the upper area quickly. I would have much preferred had they used Ventile. Or will the Mackintosh somehow change over time and become more breathable? The way it is now it feels to me like some synthetic fabric.
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