Hey, different strokes for different folks, at least that's what they(baby boomers) said when we forged the denim revolution. Say, 40 years ago. And by the the number of your posts, I think I've been here a bit longer and I found this site because I was interested in learning and evolving, not bashing someones style.
As for the brand, Jeff Shaffer, the man behind Agave, started his business on his living room floor, cutting and sewing himself. His brand has evolved to be one of the largest denim brands in the world and has recently added Silver and Gold as two collections that appeal to a younger market. We have carried the model Waterman since we opened, which is his most popular model in both distressed and raw denim. Yes, it's full cut but so are most of our customers. Most of his offerings are made from Peruvian Pima Cotton. However, his new offerings are made from Japanese Selvedge of all types. All with button flys.
Yes, I'm old. I poured myself into skinny jeans before you were even a thought but I prefer these days, a comfortable place for Mr. Johnson.
Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot
Man how do these people even find this web site.
I've seen a few pairs of Agaves, they seem like jeans for wealthy baby boomers. All prefaded in an unobtrusive way, as bland as possible. To repeat Warhol, it baffles me that someone would try them on and say "this looks great, I love it, I'll buy it".