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post #316 of 1727
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Originally Posted by ajchen View Post
Hey everyone - glad to hear everyone's interest on the line...here are some responses.

Duffel coat: It'll be shipping in September, and the retail price will be $440. It's a very detailed coat and is made in the USA. The hood will unbutton so you can have lots of options with the different looks.

Shawl collar: It's a cotton knit with a wooden toggle at the neck.

How heavy is the duffel coat? Is it lined?
post #317 of 1727
^irbe: the duffel coat is quite heavy... it's a winter weight coat. And it is lined.
post #318 of 1727
Richard Haines for 3sixteen. Richard Haines is a menswear designer and artist who runs a fascinating blog entitled “What I Saw Today,” a visual record of all the inspiring outfits he sees while roaming New York. Recently, he was employed by J.Crew to help launch their new Men’s Shop in Manhattan - his artwork was used in their storefront display and he was on site doing live sketches of customers. Several months ago, we commissioned Richard to help us with our FW09 campaign. We held a live sketch session with him and chose our favorite rendering to be used in a wheatpaste campaign covering lower Manhattan (as seen in our previous post). We brought on the talented Hilton Carter to document the session and also to capture a short interview with Richard, where he was able to talk about how his background and inspirations have influenced his illustration work. Here's a link to watch the video in HD: http://vimeo.com/5273007 And here are some images of the poster wheatpasted around NYC:
post #319 of 1727
Thread Starter 
3sixteen Nihon Menpu Black Selvedge Straight Leg Jean & Peanut Grizzly Chukka Boots

We've just received two solid releases from 3sixteen today, an amazing black selvedge jean and a great leather chukka deck boot.

The black selvedge jeans are produced with 14.5oz denim from Japan's small but well respected Nihon Menpu mill. Menpu got their start by producing looms in 1915 then went on to become a mill specializing in small batch made textiles. Today they produce denim for Kapital and 45RPM, and their looms have gone on to produce approximately seventy-five percent of Sugar Cane's denim. A great straight leg cut, a leather tag cut and tanned in Portland, and Nihon Menpu's black selvedge make up the SL-200x jean.

Also up is a pair of Peanut Grizzly Deck Chukka boots hand stitched in Maine. These are fully leather lined for comfort and come with solid brass eyelets. Super comfortable and will age beautifully over time, these are quite possibly the nicest deck shoes we've seen yet.

We've also got a full restock of the SL-100x Indigo Selvedge Straight Leg jean and the tan and black leather bracelets.

All the jean models, the Deck Chukka boots, and bracelets are now available at SESF, SENY, and our online store.

http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=82

Also at SENY only we've received stock of the new 3sixteen duffle bags ($240) with toiletry kits & Waxed Canvas & Leather tote bags ($185). Both of these are made in America with great attention to detail for both the construction and fabrics used.

SL-200x Black Selvedge Straight Leg




SL-100x Indigo Selvedge Straight Leg



Peanut Grizzly Deck Chukka Boot



Dual Strand Leather Bracelets


Single Strand Leather Bracelets


Waxed Canvas & Leather Tote Bags (SENY only)



Canvas & Leather Duffle Bags w/ Toiletry Bag & Toiletries by Dickson Hairshop (SENY only)


post #320 of 1727
3sixteen ST 210 details after a few months now. 3 washes... top sulfur dye is nearly gone. really hard to photograph... the streakiness is awesome.
post #321 of 1727
Wow that looks nice. (vertical falling?)
post #322 of 1727
hella verts yo
post #323 of 1727
Bought my first pair of sl-100x's and was wondering about how long the break in time is with everyday where. Im a true size 30 waist and the guy at SE (Gino) sized me down to a 28. Im just hoping that ill someday be able to get my into my pockets somewhat easily.
post #324 of 1727
with everyday wear it shouldn't really be any time at all. The most obvious variable would be what you are doing while wearing them but I assume it should probably be in the neighborhood of 15-20 wears before they stretch out a bit and drape you more naturally.
post #325 of 1727
Does the black coated denim look like leather pants? (really shiny?)
post #326 of 1727
nope not at all. As Johan broke it down the other day... "Black sheen, to matte black, to indigo, to white." the more washes, the bluer they get... it really is one of the most interesting jeans I have worn. I hate the nudie sheeny type waxed denim and these are nothing like them.
post #327 of 1727
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Originally Posted by kixslf View Post
nope not at all. As Johan broke it down the other day... "Black sheen, to matte black, to indigo, to white." the more washes, the bluer they get... it really is one of the most interesting jeans I have worn. I hate the nudie sheeny type waxed denim and these are nothing like them.
I think I just found my next denim purchase.
post #328 of 1727
You know, every time I look in this thread, I scroll past a lot of stuff and say, "hey, that stuff looks pretty cool", and then I see the shoes and think, "man, those are ugly."
post #329 of 1727
Hey Kiya, why not carry their seersucker shirts? I've seen them in store and they are nice.
post #330 of 1727
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Originally Posted by premo View Post
Hey Kiya, why not carry their seersucker shirts? I've seen them in store and they are nice.

We've got a full selection of their seersucker shirts at SENY.
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