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post #1 of 14
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Can anybody tell me something about denham products?

I fell a little bit in love with this belt that i found on cultizm.com.

The jeans look good as well, but i cant find anything about denham here on the forum or elsewhere
post #2 of 14
I have nothing of value to add, but I really like that belt.
post #3 of 14
I find their fittings are pretty awful not to mention the wash... yucks.
post #4 of 14
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Originally Posted by Johnny5 View Post
I find their fittings are pretty awful not to mention the wash... yucks.

And their prices (too) high
post #5 of 14
crook-hed rain, crook-hed rain
post #6 of 14
I *much* prefer their outerwear.
post #7 of 14
I came across this earlier...





... which I thought looked quite good. Would be interested to know what the construction details are like and the fit. It's called the "Marlon Shawl Dock Sweater". Anyone has any info?
post #8 of 14
I have a hoodie and a pair of chinos from Denham. From the older posts here, it doesn't look like people were going too crazy about the brand. I understand if folks don't like the styling, but I think both of my pieces are put together really well. The hoodie is extremely heavy, with a Talon zipper and some armpit vent things that I hadn't ever seen.

If you like the look (and hopefully the fit), I think it would be a good purchase.
post #9 of 14
I do like that belt (and the equivalent in black) -- can anyone recommend other brands who do similar?
post #10 of 14
I really don't like the look of some of their denim - looks a bit Ed Hardy and Eurotrashy. I did really like the look of that sweater and the "Reversible Utility Jacket"...



... although I don't think I'll ever find them now as they were last seasons. Glad to hear that the details and construction we're favorable to at least 1 person haha!
post #11 of 14
Don't really see why the belt is that much when you could get something similar, for cheaper and of higher quality, from someone hand-making leather goods.
post #12 of 14
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Don't really see why the belt is that much when you could get something similar, for cheaper and of higher quality, from someone hand-making leather goods.
I agree. The belt actually looks a bit naff (in my opinion). Tanner Goods (made in Oregon) make some very sturdy belts: http://www.unionmadegoods.com/tanner_goods_Mens.html Filson also make a few belts. I bought my father one for Christmas and he loves it: http://www.filson.com/mens/accessories/-1011/ Both of these would be cheaper than the Denham and would probably be much more durable (again in my opinion).
post #13 of 14
Check out the selections at both Cultizm and Mainline Menswear; each store carries a significantly different lineup. Again, I can completely appreciate if someone dislikes their look, but I can tell you that they are built well, from what I've seen. The hoodie I have is the gray 1KS from Cultizm. The picture really doesn't do it justice as far as how substantial it is.
post #14 of 14
Lush denim bar in amsterdam where I picked up a nice tshirt and hat a year ago nye. Store opened up in spitalfields but haven't forayed there yet. Hopefully the options have opened up for mto denim but liking the woad collab.

some pics I tooketh:




^selvage bollards
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