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post #121 of 46590
i think the 3sixteen guys know what theyre doing
post #122 of 46590
3sixteen was founded in NY. Andrew used to be a business consultant there before doing 3s full-time. Their hypebeast tee's weren't really hypebeast-y in the way other "hip-hop" t-shirt lines are. They also sponsored some rappers, one being Supastition that I liked. I'm pretty sure they were only capable of doing graphic tee's at first from a cost perspective. wait what, all the stuff online is mostly made in u.s.a
post #123 of 46590
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Originally Posted by connor View Post
i think the 3sixteen guys know what theyre doing
yup, and they do it well. (appealing to hypebeasters that have grown up) The 'Made in China' comment is based of the last picture in this listing.
post #124 of 46590
GONNA CHAINSTITCH MAH HEMS
post #125 of 46590
LOL. But seriously, wtf? Does that chainstich for real?l?
post #126 of 46590
MMM slim blue cardi with (for lack of a better word) "furry" blue horiz stripes.

this is how it looks on an attractive person: http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...postcount=5627



post #127 of 46590
Glad to see you got it.
post #128 of 46590
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Originally Posted by Kent Money View Post
LOL. But seriously, wtf? Does that chainstich for real?l?
chainstitching was developed in the 3rd-5th century BC, i believe that a $20 product 2600 years later can do it edit: Most household chainstitch machines are either very old, or toys intended for children. from Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sewing_...sewing_machine)
post #129 of 46590
So why is chainstiching, and sourcing a place to do it, so seemingly elusive?
post #130 of 46590
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So why is chainstiching, and sourcing a place to do it, so seemingly elusive?
because for the full authentic experience, denimnerds insist that the machine also be 50 years old. imagine if someone wanted to run legacy DOS software and insisted that he find a 10 year old computer to run it on. would be laughable. there are tons of machines that can chainstitch a pair of jeans, according to wiki.
post #131 of 46590
Interesante... Recent acquisition from Context, on sale.
post #132 of 46590
Just blindkopped some Jil Sander x Church's derbys, no idea if they'll fit me. Any insight on the sizing ?
post #133 of 46590
i was gonna get that apc for 150 but got no reason to get a jacket now
post #134 of 46590
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Just blindkopped some Jil Sander x Church's derbys, no idea if they'll fit me. Any insight on the sizing ?

Depends on the last I guess, but IME they run like Church's, so go by UK size and size a full size down from your US size. I wear an 8.5 in Vans or something like that and prefer a 41 most of those sneakers on the CP sole (raf, lanvin, CP, etc) and I have a pair of the wholecut Jil X Church's in UK7.5 that would be very comparable in size.
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