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post #406 of 460
After looking on BiG and remembering their deal about not selling denim w/ arucates or back tabs... where'd you two get your fullcounts, IIIrd and tellure?
post #407 of 460
They are there, but they're without the back pocket "character"
post #408 of 460
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

After looking on BiG and remembering their deal about not selling denim w/ arucates or back tabs... where'd you two get your fullcounts, IIIrd and tellure?
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Originally Posted by imayslbitchru View Post

you can find at big.  give em a call.
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

They are there, but they're without the back pocket "character"
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the original 1108C & 0105C ["C" for contest jeans] were 15.5oz BiG x FC x SuFu ltd ed w/greenline selvedge. these came w/o the arcs & tabs. mine were DIY.

afaik, the only [other] 1108 15.5oz that were released was a limited production Bear's x FC collab [w/redline selvedge] a couple of years ago. these had the arcs & tabs & redline selvedge.

most 1108s [w/arcs & tabs] you'll see around come from their regular production line, which utilizes the lighter 13.75oz w/redline selvedge..
post #409 of 460
I bought mine at BiG, but it looks like the current version doesn't come with the arcs anymore.
post #410 of 460
Thread Starter 
^which 1108 version do you have_ the production 13.75oz or the 15.5oz ltd ed?

there's no current version of the greenline selvedged 1108C, they were a limited edition, exclusively produced for the SuFu contest & if there's anything left, they're [now] deadstock.. the 1108s that BiG currently got in stock are the production 13.75oz w/redline selvedge.... & yes, no more arcs & tab.
Edited by IIIrd Icon - 5/15/12 at 4:25pm
post #411 of 460
Mine have the redline selvedge so I guess they're the regular production.. maybe before they switched to no arcs?
post #412 of 460
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exactly.
post #413 of 460
My first pair of jeans, A.P.C. Petit Standard in Indigo.

I typically wear a 34 x 34 in casual/dress pants. I'm 6' 2", ~175 -- I ordered size 32 and a 33 and have taken comparison pictures in case anyone is interested. The last picture shows the wasit fit on the size 32, which is what I'll considering keeping.

These pictures are taken brand new, right out of the box: Top 2 are the 32's, bottom 3 are the 33's.

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(not trying to get frisky, just wanted to show waist size on brand new 33's.

The 32's felt really slim, almost femine; but is it better to have go smaller and stretch them out?

Please provide comments/thoughts on fit.
Edited by true - 5/20/12 at 6:11pm
post #414 of 460
Spare time this morning -

Fresh Pure Blue Japan xx003s. Soaked twice, little to no wear (>10hrs). Sizing is all settled. Enjoyed my xx009s so much that I had to grab the same cut.

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post #415 of 460
True, if you can get those 32s buttoned all the way up, keep them. They will stretch way out in the waist and stretch out some elsewhere.

But yes, the PS is a pretty skinny fit. Not for everybody. If you are put off by the skinnyness, they'll stretch a little (but not in the calves/ leg opening) but you might want to consider the NS instead.
post #416 of 460
like this. btw, can anyone id these jeans?


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post #417 of 460
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Originally Posted by true View Post

My first pair of jeans, A.P.C. Petit Standard in Indigo.
I typically wear a 34 x 34 in casual/dress pants. I'm 6' 2", ~175 -- I ordered size 32 and a 33 and have taken comparison pictures in case anyone is interested. The last picture shows the wasit fit on the size 32, which is what I'll considering keeping.
These pictures are taken brand new, right out of the box: Top 2 are the 32's, bottom 3 are the 33's. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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467
(not trying to get frisky, just wanted to show waist size on brand new 33's.
The 32's felt really slim, almost femine; but is it better to have go smaller and stretch them out?
Please provide comments/thoughts on fit.

Needs more 70s wash.

edit: ok time to end this meme.
post #418 of 460
Thread Starter 
KAPITAL Cisco O/W: tagged W32 :: 13.75oz

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post #419 of 460
Have never heard of this brand. Details please?
post #420 of 460
Thread Starter 
i got mine @BiG. Hickoree's got them, too.

Cisco is on
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INDIGO No.2, which is also referred to as “Japanese Blue”. The denim is a darker, deeper shade of blue. This dyeing process takes a considerable amount of time, but it is from this long and arduous process that we are able to create such original dark blue denim.

i find certain Okayama-made denim [regardless of the brand/jean maker] to have a certain distinct similarity that becomes apparent once the denim evos/wears in. my FC 1108C 15.5oz green-lined selvedge looked nothing like my Momo 701 15.7oz peach-lined selvedge when raw spankin' new. but, now that both got about 1.5yrs wear into them, i can see [looking @them side by side in direct sunlight] how their indigo hues are so much alike.

just a brief background:
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Twenty-seven years ago, Kapital Denim opened in Japan's Kurashiki merchant town, which became known for textiles during the Meiji Restoration period. After learning the ins and outs of American manufacturing processes from making apparel for other companies, they made their first in-house denim line in 1996. All of Kapital's products are made in Japan at one of their three factories, and have a painstaking attention to detail, quality fabrications and tough-as-hell construction.
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