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Samurai s5000vx tag size 33 , used but with tons of life left. These have been professionally tapered at Denim Doctors / HTC in Beverly Hills. The fit is much better/slimmer now , pretty much same fit as the Sam 710 from BIG- 17oz Samurai Original Japanese selvage denim The Red selvage line contains a single strand of Silver lamé symbolizing the gleam of the razor sharp sword which the samurai possesses. This is what Samurai refer to as "Sword Selvage". edit SOLD dlvd...
My sale thread was deleted because im guilty of the ( sold , answering questions )bumping rules ... I didnt take time to read this thread until today ...... my bad
its fine for carry-on .. I have the same one and use it as my travel bag
http://ewatchesusa.com/oakley.html I ordered a pair from here a few days ago. Best prices online for Oakley from what Ive seen. I'll let you know if I dont get them or have issues
Spinal Tap .... Saw this movie again last night , has me rolling every time
Tabac shaving soap/bowl - Awesome product and will last forever Cetaphil face wash - the best everyday face wash and doesn't dry up face after Kiehl's Ultimate strength hand salve
good buying experience with seller airportlobby Good communication and legit products ... very happy
I have a clean Pair of APC NC sz.33 for trade , no fades. Worn less than 10 times no wash/soak ... too slim for me waist 17-17.5 kneee 8.5 hem 8 Inseam 34.5 Looking for preferably a APC NS in sz.33 or RRL
Quote: Originally Posted by leeFX What's a great "starter" jean to selvedge/raw denim? I'd like to spend no more than $200, but under $150 would be preferable. How are Naked & Famous jeans? I love their dyes/colors and fits/cuts.... try to find some RRL slim Raw's ... they sell for 80-240 depending on where you find them. You'll be happy
Quote: Originally Posted by commodorewheeler I don't know if this is the best way of doing it, but I just fold them up the way clothing retailers do and store them in my closet. I have 10-year-old pairs of jeans (yes, I buy way too much denim for my own good) that look as good as the day I got them, at least as far as I can remember. I pretty much have it the same way and I put it in plastic so it doesnt get dusty . Just afraid to pull it out...
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