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post #271 of 1062
Let me get that shirt for $2. For real though, what shirt is that?
post #272 of 1062
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Originally Posted by poorman View Post
Let me get that shirt for $2. For real though, what shirt is that?

It's the workshirt Rogue Territory sells. They may still have some in stock.
post #273 of 1062
Pants came in. fit perfectly. Thanks Karl!!!
post #274 of 1062
Steves came in earlier in the week from the JT sale, but I was traveling so I didn't get them until yesterday. They are definitely pretty tight - could barely button up initially. Seems like they are starting to stretch a little bit after a few hours of wear last night and this morning. No patch even though the JT site said there was one... doesn't really matter to me though, but I thought it was odd. Overall, love the fit and the craftsmanship is great! Can't wait to break these in For anyone interested - they are still on sale at JT under 'Spring Denim'.
post #275 of 1062
For anyone interested, I have the work shirt (dbl indigo) in an L, hardly worn because I've lost weight and it's now too big. Beautiful shirt too, but no matter how many times I put it on, too big .
post #276 of 1062
I got the Steves sz 31 from their sale, but the rise is too short. Other than that the jeans look great. Debating whether to try and sell them or just break them in and hope it stretches a little in the crotch area.
post #277 of 1062
Is there an active promo code for RT right now?
post #278 of 1062
Nope.
post #279 of 1062
How does RT compare to 3sixteen? I can't decide between them since they are at similar price points.
post #280 of 1062
I don't think you'd go wrong either way but there are subtle differences that make RT stand out: Nihon vs. Kaihara (you don't see Nihon nearly as often as you do Kaihara, and personally, I like the color more), the built-in pen pocket, selvage fly, the canvas at the fly, the small embellishments on the back pockets, etc. They're both good products but RT adds a few more bells and whistles that make it unique. I'm looking forward to getting a pair myself... One of these days... But both Andrew and Karl are great guys with great jeans. You're supporting the right people either way.
post #281 of 1062
http://www.rogueterritory.com/store/rk/ Good deal at $155 for 6oz summer denim. Don't go by actual size, stick to your usual tagged size.
post #282 of 1062
6 oz sounds great for the summer. Anyone know how the durability would be on 6 oz?
post #283 of 1062
This is my first post on SW&D, and I'm not a serious denim-head, but I just got my first pair of selvedge jeans - the Rogue Territory RKs, and I'm don't think I ever want to take them off again. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Even though the new denim is stiff, it's lightweight (6oz) so they're comfortable out of the bag. Simple details, but they're all fantastic. I'm a *bit* concerned about the diagonal front pocket openings flopping open a bit much, and hoping they'll conform more to my body over time.

QUESTIONS: The waist fits pretty well now, but the site says they'll stretch up to an inch. They're also a few inches too long (despite the detailed instructions on the site, I wasn't sure exactly what size to order). Would you all (or Karl) recommend a hot soak and a quick run through the dryer? And Karl, if you're reading this, do you have any recommendations if I decide I need to hem the length? My machine can't do a chain stitch, but would a long stitch in dark navy thread look okay?
Thanks in advance.
post #284 of 1062
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Originally Posted by Tyrone MacStiophain View Post

This is my first post on SW&D, and I'm not a serious denim-head, but I just got my first pair of selvedge jeans - the Rogue Territory RKs, and I'm don't think I ever want to take them off again. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Even though the new denim is stiff, it's lightweight (6oz) so they're comfortable out of the bag. Simple details, but they're all fantastic. I'm a *bit* concerned about the diagonal front pocket openings flopping open a bit much, and hoping they'll conform more to my body over time.

QUESTIONS: The waist fits pretty well now, but the site says they'll stretch up to an inch. They're also a few inches too long (despite the detailed instructions on the site, I wasn't sure exactly what size to order). Would you all (or Karl) recommend a hot soak and a quick run through the dryer? And Karl, if you're reading this, do you have any recommendations if I decide I need to hem the length? My machine can't do a chain stitch, but would a long stitch in dark navy thread look okay?
Thanks in advance.

I had the same pocket flare issue at first but after I hot soaked the waist area it toned down a lot and isn't an issue. The waist for me stretched out after the first wear and I don't think they will stretch any more. Waist shrunk after hot soak but stretched back out right away. Before you hem them, attempt to shrink them.
post #285 of 1062
I gave 'em a hot soak and about 12 minutes in a dryer yesterday, which helped a bit. I'll probably do it one more time. Right now I have to roll the cuffs about 1 3/4", which is a bit more than I like. I'll try to get a fit pic up in the next few days. Still quite happy with the jeans.
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