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Selling a pair of RRL Officer Chinos made from a 10.5oz selvedge chino fabric. It's a tag size 28 but measures to a 31 in the waist. I wore this a fair amount so there is some wear but the fit never really was great on me and i found another pair that fits better. There is one small paint stain on the knee that is barely visible but it's there which is why the price is lower.  measurements:  Waist - 31  Thigh (1 inch from the crotch) - 11.2  Knee (14 inches down from...
I have too many boots and I've decided that I need to get rid of some that I just don't wear that often so here I am selling my Lone Wolf Mechanics Boots in size 9. I just don't wear these as much as I do my other boots.  I loved these boots and bought them immediately when I saw them. It uses old stock cat's paw soles, full grain leather and is hand good year welted. I switched the stock laces with some heavier cowhide ones from Nick's Boots.  It's got some wear in them...
they just released a lookbook that showcases the jackets.
nope. the 633s comes in the 21oz fabric as well.
agree with the 633s recommendation but the 20oz unsanforized fabric you're referring to is the collaboration fabric with Self Edge which was a one time release. the 633s should come out in different fabrics but right now the main one is the 633s in their 21oz sanforized fabric that is super soft and ready to wear. 
i cold wash my jeans every 60-70 wears or so even if they don't smell. gets the denim clean and helps prevent or at least prolongs blowouts from happening. 
my fiancé got one in a size xs. they seem to be running pretty true to size. i normally wear a small in stuff and i'd get it in a small. the jacket looks pretty amazing. the wash is nicely done and looks legit. i don't know normally do washed denim but after seeing it in person, it looked awesome. i probably would've gotten one if she didn't get one before me haha. 
the chain stitch is not as durable as a lockstitch in that it can be unraveled easier which was one of the purposes of the chain stitch in certain situations. as for the roping, it was one of the unintended side effects of chain stitching on the hem which then became a desired look with faded jeans. you can achieve a similar roping effect with lockstitch but from what i understand it requires the person to know how to manipulate the machine and get the needle to go into...
i would say that both cuts would work if fitted right but it also depends on if it matches what you're wearing. a tapered leg gives you a slimmer silhouette and would work well in your case of wearing it with dressier shoes while a straight leg can also be dressed up but tends to look better IMO with a boot or heavier shoe. i started wearing less tapered jeans because i mainly wear boots and the smaller leg opening is hard to have the jeans sit right on the boot. 
rogue territory just released a good amount of washes and their cuts are pretty slim. 
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