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If I remember correctly he did mention somewhere that he recognizes the need for better pictures (on Zfactorie, at least). It is possible to take somewhat decent pictures of his clothes, I guess. The two most-thumbed fits I've had were when I was wearing Zam pants, fwiw. Always really liked this detail shot I took of the heavy cotton overdyed soft J pants:

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These detail shots are really winning me over, especially since I don't think I'll have a chance to experience the textures in person.

One thing that bothers me though: how do you know which models have the seams that fade/get white with age? I know a lot of people actually go for that specifically, but I think I'd prefer the seams to be non-vis. 

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Texture of that pants remind me that of a judo uniform.
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If I remember correctly he did mention somewhere that he recognizes the need for better pictures (on Zfactorie, at least). It is possible to take somewhat decent pictures of his clothes, I guess. The two most-thumbed fits I've had were when I was wearing Zam pants, fwiw. Always really liked this detail shot I took of the heavy cotton overdyed soft J pants: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

awesome pants man!

does zfactorie have anything similar? can you plz point me to the most similar pants/jeans

(http://shop.zambarrett.com/bottoms)
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Dude... look with your eyes

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Dude... look with your eyes

i did but as we determined the pics dont do justice so i am not sure
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awesome pants man!

does zfactorie have anything similar? can you plz point me to the most similar pants/jeans

(http://shop.zambarrett.com/bottoms)
Not that I'm aware of. If I remember correctly it was an extremely limited run fabric, Zam only sold maybe a dozen pairs or something like that.
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These detail shots are really winning me over, especially since I don't think I'll have a chance to experience the textures in person.
One thing that bothers me though: how do you know which models have the seams that fade/get white with age? I know a lot of people actually go for that specifically, but I think I'd prefer the seams to be non-vis. 
The seams were like that from the get go, actually, they were intentionally dyed that way.
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either way great pants!
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My Zam pants are good stuff...

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Texture of that pants remind me that of a judo uniform.

Makes me wish these were black: http://tateandyoko.com/Naked-Famous-Weird-Guy-Indigo-Sashiko.html

 

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Dude... look with your eyes

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

As for me,

Price was too good.

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This reminds me that I want more Coromandel. I like sycamore, but it might be a little too sharp for me, or something. So far, I haven't felt the urge to supplement my sample.
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Always wanted a nice simple watch.


Edited by Biggskip - 5/28/13 at 7:32am
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Minus the bow tie collar, cause why the fuck not
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This reminds me that I want more Coromandel. I like sycamore, but it might be a little too sharp for me, or something. So far, I haven't felt the urge to supplement my sample.

 

yeah, there's def a sharp note in there.... like pine needles or something. But I like it enough to have sprung for a bottle. I'll layer something warmer with it to tame the edge. Still one of my favorites. All of Chanel's stuff is nice, imo.

 

Coromandel is amazing -- a bit on the femme side with all the vanilla, so it's only once in while for me. 

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