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post #46 of 726
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where do could i get those MoMA boots? very nice!

HERE?
post #47 of 726
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where do could i get those MoMA boots? very nice!

They sell them at American Rag
post #48 of 726
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Originally Posted by tahonng View Post
Are the shirts gonna have a wash? It says it might shrink still, but I remember reading on sufu that you were running them through a treatment.

I just say there will be shrinkage to be safe but the fabric has gone through a stone wash so there really isn't any shrinkage at all. You should get your true size.
post #49 of 726
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I really like the hardware you use. Clean and simple. Are the rivets on the front filed down?

Thanks dude, the nail of the rivets isn't filed down it just gets a little shiny when you press them.
post #50 of 726
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Karl,
The Stanton jeans have a wider leg opening than the Standard issue, correct? Just double checking, since seems like the Standard looks to be more relaxed and in the pic appears to have a wider hem.

The Standard Issue is slightly smaller in the leg opening than the Stanton about .25-.5" less.

The Standard Issue is a more relaxed fit with a higher rise. Think modified Levis 501 '47. The rise is lower and the leg is slightly more fitted throughout.
post #51 of 726
After looking through the size charts I had a question about the rise measurements. According to the Sufu thread du measures rises in the traditional way, minus the waistband ... add 1.5" to get the rise from crotch to top of waist.

http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk...t=63505&page=6

Just in case anyone else was curious.
post #52 of 726
So has anybody purchased any denim yet or tried them on.
Still on the fence about purchasing.
post #53 of 726
You'll probably have a lot more luck asking around on SuFu than here.
post #54 of 726
Hello - I'm puzzled by the dimensions of the double indigo shirt. The XXL has a shoulder width of
18.75" and a sleeve length (1/2 shoulder width + sleeve) of nearly 40". The dimensions seem off; I can see a shirt being oversized, but the shoulders seem undersized and the sleeves seem way oversized. The shirt looks great but the dimensions? What am I doing wrong?
post #55 of 726
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Hello - I'm puzzled by the dimensions of the double indigo shirt. The XXL has a shoulder width of
18.75" and a sleeve length (1/2 shoulder width + sleeve) of nearly 40". The dimensions seem off; I can see a shirt being oversized, but the shoulders seem undersized and the sleeves seem way oversized. The shirt looks great but the dimensions? What am I doing wrong?

Hey Lance, I may have an unconventional way of measuring shirts. I measure the length of the sleeve from shoulder seam to the end of the cuff not from the middle of the shoulder. That being said standard grading rules apply S-XXL. The shirts run true to size and aren't oversized.

Take a look at context clothing's size charts they mirror mine in some regards...hope this
helps.

http://www.contextclothing.com/item.php?id=1244
post #56 of 726
Thanks for clearing the sizing up Rogue Territory, great double indigo denim. I'll bet it will age beautifully!
post #57 of 726
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Thanks for clearing the sizing up Rogue Territory, great double indigo denim. I'll bet it will age beautifully!

No worries Lance. Bill over at Craft and I are working on the shirt (Bill) and trouser (Me) consecutively.

I'll be documenting the wear and posting often. I've been wearing my trousers for about 2 weeks off and on and can already see some contrast and I know that Bill's been working in the shirt on the daily.
post #58 of 726
Yo, Carl's a super nice guy, his products are stella and he loves his craft so please support him any way you can. It's good to see more well made products coming out of LA from designers with the SF aesthetic.
If anyone likes to shoot the shit about all things denim Carl's a knowledgeable and friendly homey to converse with.

I'm in for the work shirt, I just need to find $180.
post #59 of 726
Thanks for the kind words Aaron it was great chatting with you. one of these days we're going to meet up and grab a beer and talk leather goods!

I posted this on the sufu thread thought some of you would be interested as well.


















All my jeans have the hidden pen pocket in back right pocket, hidden tag in back left pocket and the contrast fabric on the fly facing.
post #60 of 726
Here are some wear pics. they've been worn for about 10 days.













Sorry some of the pics are a bit shotty
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