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Sugar Cane Raw Unsanforized Type II Jacket - Modified Length & Larger Sizes We've always loved Sugar Cane's version of the classic 1950's style Type II denim jacket. They've gotten the denim feel right, the stitching is perfect, the iron buttons are classicly reproduced, and deer skin patch ages just as well as the denim itself. Normally this jacket is available only in a one-wash version. If you want an unsanforized denim jacket to age well over time we recommend...
Sugar Cane Raw Unsanforized Type II Jacket - Modified Length & Larger Sizes We've always loved Sugar Cane's version of the classic 1950's style Type II denim jacket. They've gotten the denim feel right, the stitching is perfect, the iron buttons are classicly reproduced, and deer skin patch ages just as well as the denim itself. Normally this jacket is available only in a one-wash version. If you want an unsanforized denim jacket to age well over time we recommend...
I'm quite certain that's not him.
These run true to size and extremely close to Brannock sizing.We sell quite a lot of these online and we rarely get exchanges for another size, which tells me the sizing is quite predictable across the models.
Yes, i've loved this brand for so many years and it's great that we're finally able to carry it. We have a lot of special releases in store for the fall and winter that i believe will impress even the most seasoned denim aficionado.
Introducing Studio D'Artisan - The First Of The "Osaka 5" One of the lines we fell in love with in the 90’s when we first discovered Japanese denim was Studio D’Artisan. Known as the first of the “Osaka 5” companies to have started the Japanese denim industry which we know today. Studio D’Artisan were the first ones to use deadstock hardware on their jeans and the first ones to create shuttle loom woven hank dyed jeans in Japan. They’ve maintained a playful image over...
Introducing Studio D'Artisan - The First Of The "Osaka 5" One of the lines we fell in love with in the 90’s when we first discovered Japanese denim was Studio D’Artisan. Known as the first of the “Osaka 5” companies to have started the Japanese denim industry which we know today. Studio D’Artisan were the first ones to use deadstock hardware on their jeans and the first ones to create shuttle loom woven hank dyed jeans in Japan. They’ve maintained a playful image over...
What retailers are you referring to? That is seriously the most short-sighted business decision i've heard in a while.
Yes, they actually land at all stores on Wednesday!
Ralph Lauren Is Cutting 1000 Jobs and Closing 50 Stores http://time.com/money/4359933/ralph-lauren-job-cuts-store-closings/
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