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post #166 of 313
The Chambrays are awesome man...even my gf said she likes them and she usually could care less haha
post #167 of 313
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The Chambrays are awesome man...even my gf said she likes them and she usually could care less haha

haha yeah that's what I've been leaning to as well. Christian said they are 8oz for the chambrays 12oz for the cone oak natural and I'll be in LA starting this summer so lighter weight is nicer
post #168 of 313
I've read that Left Field denim is a bit of departure from normal, but I'm trying to gauge by just how much. Is it a bad place to start for a first pair of raw jeans? Or is just slightly different then what I'd get elsewhere? I've been eyeing the greaser.
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I've read that Left Field denim is a bit of departure from normal, but I'm trying to gauge by just how much. Is it a bad place to start for a first pair of raw jeans? Or is just slightly different then what I'd get elsewhere? I've been eyeing the greaser.

Which greaser? I have the standard white oak cone, a bit lighter weight but wouldn't be a bad place to start.
post #170 of 313
That's the one--the basic indigo cone mills denim.
post #171 of 313
anyone know if there are going to be new sweatshirts releasing anytime soon?

my deadstock indigo crewneck is prob my favorite sweatshirt i have. want to pick up a zip hoodie, but not too into the aqua/brown.
post #172 of 313
And while I'm here,

Does anyone know whether their no-return policy on sale items is the same for deadstock/seconds? The page only explicitly says no return on sale items. Sent an e-mail about a week ago; never heard back.
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And while I'm here,
Does anyone know whether their no-return policy on sale items is the same for deadstock/seconds? The page only explicitly says no return on sale items. Sent an e-mail about a week ago; never heard back.

Yes no returns on deadstock / seconds. Email ahead to find out what the defect is, most of it is pretty minor
post #174 of 313
Does anybody own the Angus Young shorts that could comment on them?

Thinking of picking up the Organic Twills in Red.
post #175 of 313

Does anyone have the natural selvedge miner chinos? Thoughts? I really like the look of the indigo ones but thinking about the natural ones for summer. Look a little too white though in most of the pics modeled on various sites. Wondering how they look after some wear...

post #176 of 313
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Does anyone have the natural selvedge miner chinos? Thoughts? I really like the look of the indigo ones but thinking about the natural ones for summer. Look a little too white though in most of the pics modeled on various sites. Wondering how they look after some wear...

http://simplethreads.co/2012/05/01/left-field-nyc-natural-selvedge-duck-chinos/

Send him an email or he posts here as well (lawlercon)
post #177 of 313
Supposed to be receiving these jeans tomorrow from FedEx: http://store.leftfieldnyc.com/product/cone-white-oak-chelsea-jean

Anyone have any personal experience with them? Can anyone comment on the amount of stretch I should be expecting? I generally wear a 30 and I went with a 29 in these.
post #178 of 313

Happy to see LF did something with their website.
 

post #179 of 313
Hey Senorchang, Cone WO generally stretches pretty easy. Generally much looser then Japanese denim so you should be fine. The jeans are sized pretty true in the waist to account for the stretch that occurs from wear. So I generally say as long as can button them up they will stretch to fit. If you want to tighten them up after awhile from wear just soak inside out, cold water, hang dry. Christian
post #180 of 313

Anyone familiar with their Greaser Rigid Cone Mills Jeans and Chelsea Rigid Cone Mills Jeans?

 

I'm sort of eyeing both. I've never bought raw jeans before, if I'm normally a 34, should I go 33 because they'll stretch, or get a 34...? 

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