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post #1831 of 2470
Momotaro x Blue Owl BOM003 - 9 months, 1 wash

Finally washed my collab. Going to retire for summer and will start wearing again come late fall. These were never soaked,have 9 months of wear, first time they hit water was this week.





This is the denim (Momotaro 0702 is similar fabric in different fit):

Momotaro x Blue Owl "Deep Indigo" Skinny Straight 15.7oz Raw Selvedge - Model BOM003
* 15.7oz unsanforized raw selvedge
* Expect the denim to shrink approximatley .5" in the waist and 1" in length during the first wash.
* Super dark pure indigo warp, sulphur dyed weft
* Deer skin patch
* Pink selvedge, pink interior thread - both representing the peach from the "Momotaro" folklore story.
* Cotton canvas pocket bags
* Antique copper rivets, hidden back pocket rivets
* 100% Zimbabwe cotton
* 100% natural cotton thread
* Available in sizes 29-34, 36
* Made in Japan

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7913000

More can be seen on our recent blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/05/denim-fades-momotaro-x-blue-owl-deep.html
post #1832 of 2470

Those jeans look phenomenal. I absolutely love how much dye it retains in those non-stress areas. Any reason you guys chose to go with silver fly buttons instead of matching copper ones?

post #1833 of 2470
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Those jeans look phenomenal. I absolutely love how much dye it retains in those non-stress areas. Any reason you guys chose to go with silver fly buttons instead of matching copper ones?

I think this has to do with the fact that copper colored hardware (fly buttons) are intended for the Copper Label denims. This BOM is modeled after Vintage Label and thus has silver colored hardware.
post #1834 of 2470
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Originally Posted by Mistral View Post

I think this has to do with the fact that copper colored hardware (fly buttons) are intended for the Copper Label denims. This BOM is modeled after Vintage Label and thus has silver colored hardware.

I like silver biggrin.gif

That is your answer, not that complex.
post #1835 of 2470
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Originally Posted by Jay-D View Post


I like silver biggrin.gif

That is your answer, not that complex.

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post #1836 of 2470

sweet evo Jay.been wanting to cop Deep Indigo/Overdyed some time later. :D

post #1837 of 2470

those look awesome! love how the overdyed makes the fades look brighter

post #1838 of 2470
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Originally Posted by Jay-D View Post

I like silver biggrin.gif

That is your answer, not that complex.

Haha. Well, it was logical given what hardware Momo uses for their denims.
post #1839 of 2470
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Originally Posted by TheSoonest View Post

those look awesome! love how the overdyed makes the fades look brighter

They are not overdyed smile.gif The weft is black, that makes it look that way.
post #1840 of 2470
Now I just need the BOM006 to come out so I can maybe get some fades like that.
post #1841 of 2470

Like to give another shout out to Jay. His sizing advice has been spot on. 

 

My face when I tried on the last two jawnz I got from him ffffuuuu.gif.

 

Except, each one, after a couple weeks of wear, they have stretched out to perfection.  icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Plus, they come chainstitched to my desired length.  One time, I pulled it out of the bag and said, "wooaaa...they are way too short, they must have made a mistake."  But then I measured and tried them on and it was perfect, lol.  I should learn never to be so doubtful.  shog[1].gif

 

I doubt I'll be buying denim from anywhere else in the foreseeable future.

post #1842 of 2470
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Originally Posted by Mistral View Post

They are not overdyed smile.gif The weft is black, that makes it look that way.
Ah got it. I have a pair of 3sixteen shadow selvedge which is also black and indigo. Love the way it fades!
post #1843 of 2470

Okay first poster here, hi guys, I'm not sure if I'm the only one with the problem or if this is an ongoing situation, but I can't proceed to checkout. I always have an error page saying "Failed to Execute." If a blueowl rep could guide me into what I should supposedly be doing, that would be great. 

post #1844 of 2470
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Originally Posted by scazuki View Post

Okay first poster here, hi guys, I'm not sure if I'm the only one with the problem or if this is an ongoing situation, but I can't proceed to checkout. I always have an error page saying "Failed to Execute." If a blueowl rep could guide me into what I should supposedly be doing, that would be great. 

Send an email to sales@blueowl.us and I'm sure they'll help you out.
post #1845 of 2470
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Originally Posted by scazuki View Post

Okay first poster here, hi guys, I'm not sure if I'm the only one with the problem or if this is an ongoing situation, but I can't proceed to checkout. I always have an error page saying "Failed to Execute." If a blueowl rep could guide me into what I should supposedly be doing, that would be great. 

Sorry, our site went down for a short time this morning. You should be OK to order now. If you still have issues, call me at 206-849-6500 or email the above address.
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