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post #31 of 1817
damn it i hate buying raw denim online ...freaking sizing issues all the time
post #32 of 1817
What is meant by 'taped' pocket bags?

robbie
post #33 of 1817
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What is meant by 'taped' pocket bags?

robbie

The part of the front pockets that rips first from your hands/keys going in and out of your pocket have been reinforced with an extra piece of canvas on TOP of the pocket bag fabric.
post #34 of 1817
I read somewhere that Sidney is wearing a size 28 in the black cone denim. What is his true waist measurement? My true waist is just under 30, so should I get a 29 to account for stretch? Thanks
post #35 of 1817
Black coated slim FTW. Price is good too. The bracelets are good. I'd like one. Natural leather is awesome. What's the rest of thier stuff like? Shirts any good? Jeans on my kop list.
post #36 of 1817
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What's the rest of thier stuff like? Shirts any good?

Tobi has a decent selection of their latest stuff.

http://assets0.tobi.com/files/images...jpg?1239844616
http://assets1.tobi.com/files/images...jpg?1239842798
http://assets0.tobi.com/files/images...jpg?1239842818

Their webstore, http://shop.3sixteen.com/ has some other pieces. About a month ago they had the Utility shirt in black ripstop and nylon ripstop, which I thought was really cool.
post #37 of 1817
Thanks dude, appreciate it!

post #38 of 1817
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Just got a full restock of the sizes that sold out within the first couple of days of the release.
post #39 of 1817
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I read somewhere that Sidney is wearing a size 28 in the black cone denim. What is his true waist measurement?

My true waist is just under 30, so should I get a 29 to account for stretch?

Thanks

I think it depends on how much you want your balls to be crushed
post #40 of 1817
looks like the hype grew up.
post #41 of 1817
Razele - thanks for the interest in the rest of our line. Here's a video preview of our upcoming Fall 2009 collection:

http://vimeo.com/4156391

As part of that upcoming collection, we did a few collaborations. The leather goods (tote, wallet, bracelets) are made in Portland, OR by our good friends Tanner Goods. And the shoes are all handsewn in Maine by Quoddy Trail, a company many of you are already familiar with. Here are some good pictures of the Navy colorway:

http://swipelife.com/2009/03/27/quoddy-for-3sixteen/

The launch of our denim this Spring at Self Edge is really exciting for us - Kiya has been a longtime friend of ours and has helped us out immensely along the way. In looking through old website archives, we found this interview my partner Johan did with Kiya shortly after he opened Self Edge. It's a few years old but there's much relevance to it still.... feel free to check it out:

http://3sixteen.com/_blog/2009/05/05...edge-is-denim/

Thanks for all the comments and feedback, everyone. Let us know if you have any questions or need help with anything.
post #42 of 1817
wow. big props to you guys! hope you guys are still going to be doing the bucksworth sales.
post #43 of 1817
The jeans look great - congrats to you guys!

Are you making them here in the States?
post #44 of 1817
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The jeans look great - congrats to you guys!

Are you making them here in the States?

The jeans are cut and sewn in California, the leather tags are made in Portland.
The denim for the SL-100x and ST-100x is woven in Japan, the denim for the ST-210 is woven in North Carolina.
post #45 of 1817
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The jeans are cut and sewn in California, the leather tags are made in Portland.
The denim for the SL-100x and ST-100x is woven in Japan, the denim for the ST-210 is woven in North Carolina.

Hell yeah! That is some quality sourcing.

It's so good to see independent brands and shops really supporting this stuff.
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