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SEXFHXRJB15 size 32 (fits like 31/32, depending on how you like your fit) http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68&products_id=734 From the web page: "Flat Head and Self Edge have come up with a new slim straight fit and Real Japan Blues has developed a new 14oz unsanforized Zimbabwe cotton denim. The jean was cut & sewn at Flat Head's facilities using Flat Head hardware and 100% cotton thread." Very high quality construction and...
Looking for a new pair or two.. I have worn through 2xAPC New Standards sz 29 and its time for something new. The NS fit is great on me, and I may consider buying another pair just to have, but I need some something else. 155lbs 6'. I don't need anything tighter than the APC NS, but I wouldn't mind a slightly higher rise. Price range is whatever good jeans go for these days.. 200? 300? I have a pair of Rescues, but those are too loose fitting for me.
So I put these up on eBay a while ago, and the auction is ending later today. These could be sold at a ridiculously low price, so if anyone wants $265 Spurr jeans brand new still with the tags for under $100, check it out. http://www.ebay.com/itm/140681092791?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649#ht_523wt_1398
Wow, I live down the street from this place. I drive by it every day without even knowing. Funny, that.
Got rid of the STi last year and picked up this in January. Spent the summer at the track, although not as often as I'd like. I'll try to get a better picture. This was taken when I picked it up from the seller. Here is some video of me sliding around on a very damp track:. This was the first non-rainy session of the day, so I was feeling out the grip levels while showing my passenger my line.
I just fielded a question regarding warmth and weather-resistance via PM. Here was my response: I wouldn't wear it in the middle of a Chicago winter up here, but it is quite useful through fall and into early winter. The wool lining helps. As for weather resistance, the outer shell is a 50/50 Nylon Cotton blend, which isn't quite rain slicker material, but it holds up fine to some moisture.
For Sale: Spurr Raw Dry Selvedge 13oz Jeans Style: No. 2 Pipe, Size: 29 These Spurr jeans are brand new with tags, never worn. The tag says "No. 2" and the style on the card in the pocket says the style is "Pipe". Size is 29. My 6' 150lbs frame has trouble getting these to fit. For reference: I wear size 28 and 29 APC New Standards and I have two pair of other Spurr Jeans that are size 29 and fit quite snug. These are probably best for a size 28 or someone who likes...
For Sale: APC Striped Sweater Size Small This APC 100% cashmere sweater has dark brown and grey stripes. The sweater was warn up to 15 times over 3 years and is in excellent condition. The fit is slim and the material has a good amount of give to it. I am 6' 150lbs. Price: $75 Measurements: Chest: 18.5 Sleeve: 24.25 Shoulder: 15.5 Length 25 Waist: 15.5 (measured just above stretchy waistband) Shipping to CONUS: $5. I ship anywhere else if buyer pays actual shipping...
For Sale: Tim Hamilton Dark Blue on Black Striped Sweater Size Small This Tim Hamilton 100% wool sweater is an interesting dark blue on black striped pattern. The dark blue and black colors are quite close, and the pictures don't quite capture this effect (the pictures are a tad too bright, so imagine the blue and black stripes being closer in color to each other). The sweater was warn up to 15 times over 3 years and is in excellent condition. The fit is regular to...
For Sale: Engineered Garments Wool Lined Khaki Parka Size Small This Engineered Garments parka is lined with interesting wool through the body and hood. As you'd expect with Engineered Garments, the construction and materials are high quality. The peacoat was warn up to 30 times over 3 years and is in excellent condition. The fit is regular, but there are adjustors on the waist and hips to make it fit more snug. I am 6' 150lbs. Price: $SOLD Measurements: Chest:...
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