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post #31 of 338
i really like left field...

thats all
post #32 of 338
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Originally Posted by displacedsoutherner View Post
Is Left Field planning on doing a tweed denim again?? I really wish I had snagged a pair.

There is nothing in the works right now. That was a one time fabric that was released over a year ago. Left Field tries to change things up regularly and find new and interesting fabrics. The tweed was nice and I have had several others mention it as well. I will pass on the comment of interest to the designer. Maybe we can do something in the not so distant future.
post #33 of 338
Just got the last 28 Left Fields in today from the Context sale. One feature I liked right away was the lifted coin pocket. Construction is solid, I'd say on par with Sugar Canes. The denim quality is really unique. I mean I like them, it's great stuff the slub and all but texture of it is just odd. A low point was the feel of them on. I know a few people really like it but to me it just feels itchy like starched burlap. I don't know if Ryan or Will or whoever did it just to fuck with me but it feels like they ran the jeans through a bush before sending to me. Also I'm a little put off by the fit as I was expecting a slightly more modest cut from them. I'm probably making them sound bad but overall I'm proud to own them. For now though they're staying in a box until I decide whether to sell or just wear them.
post #34 of 338
what the ...
post #35 of 338
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Originally Posted by Atsui View Post
Left Field White Oak Cone Denim Restocks arrived today!
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999977

Restocks of the above denim on the way. Expected to arrive early next week.
post #36 of 338
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Originally Posted by madstaxbro View Post
Just got the last 28 Left Fields in today from the Context sale. One feature I liked right away was the lifted coin pocket. Construction is solid, I'd say on par with Sugar Canes. The denim quality is really unique. I mean I like them, it's great stuff the slub and all but texture of it is just odd.

A low point was the feel of them on. I know a few people really like it but to me it just feels itchy like starched burlap. I don't know if Ryan or Will or whoever did it just to fuck with me but it feels like they ran the jeans through a bush before sending to me. Also I'm a little put off by the fit as I was expecting a slightly more modest cut from them.

I'm probably making them sound bad but overall I'm proud to own them. For now though they're staying in a box until I decide whether to sell or just wear them.

That's the slub. Love it or sell it in B&S!

Fit looks great , though, really. Give them a soak--will accentuate the texture at first, but will also get rid of some starch and make them relax a little more as you wear them. Nice denims!
post #37 of 338
it'll smooth out after a few wears, soak them again. If you really don't like the slub, put them in the dryer with no/low heat and it'll be smoother.
post #38 of 338
I just got a pair of one-wash tweed Left Fields from Yoox. The color is a bit "farmer blue" right now, but the slub texture is certainly unique and i feel like they'll wear really well. agreed about the quality- really good construction.
post #39 of 338
you talk, but post pics =)
post #40 of 338
Fall 2010 collections are starting to arrive. Our first fall shipment from Left Field arrived this weekend with 2 organic cotton chinos. One is made with a ultra soft twill, the other a rigid yet comfortable canvas. Both are perfect weight for year round wear.

Left Field Organic Cotton Twill Chino in Olive - $150
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999895
- Made in USA
- Coroza buttons (made from the nut of Tagua palm)
- Japanese chambray pocket bags
- 100% organic cotton
- Vintage rayon woven tag above back pocket



Left Field Organic Cotton Canvas Chino in Wheat - $150
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999896
- Made in USA
- Coroza buttons (made from the nut of Tagua palm)
- Japanese chambray pocket bags
- 100% organic cotton
- Vintage rayon woven tag above back pocket



More information can be seen in the above links or our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...arting-to.html
post #41 of 338
The brown duck canvas chinos need to be done again. I missed out and I know a bunch of other people who wished they had jumped on that.
post #42 of 338
Left Field Spring/Summer 2011 Preview

We are just starting to see fall winter arrive, but I wanted to give everyone a glimpse of a few pieces from Left Field's S/S11 collection. Christian, Left Field's designer, continues to nail the Americana vibe with modern fits, understated details, and easy to wear fabrics while making everything in the USA.

The denim and pant selection continues to grow each season and button downs are well fitted with a nice taper down the body and slim in the arms.

All button downs use Japanese fabrics and Trocus pearl buttons and are made in New York City. This is one of my favorites.



This is Left Field's Cone White Oak denim which we currently have in stock and will continue to stock through next spring. We shall be introducing other Left Field denim styles later this fall. Starting with this fall's collection there are a couple minor changes to the denim which I wanted to point out.

1st, back pockets have been lowered by about 1/2". Minor change, but I like the feel a little better. It is hard to notice the difference uless you have the previous season next to it to compare.

2nd, the coin pocket has been lowered. It use to sit along the waistline which is covered by the belt. Now it will be exposed while wearing a belt.

My personal favorite are the "Angus Young" shorts named after the AC/DC guitarist's trademark uniform. Three of my favorites are above which are hickory stripe, railroad stripe, and chambray which all use soft Japanese fabrics and all of the standard details used in their pants and chinos (Japanese chambray pocket linings, Coroza buttons, etc.).

More information can be seen on our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...eft-field.html[/quote]
post #43 of 338

Introducing 2 new denims from Left Field - Vintage Indigo Left Hand Twill Raw Selvedge (right) and White Oak Cone Raw Selvedge (left). Both denims are unsanforized only.

Left Field Vintage Indigo Left Hand Twill Raw Selvedge - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999751
- 13.5oz unsanforized denim
- Yellow selvedge
- 100% cotton
- Calf skin patch
- Chainstitched hems
- Scovill copper rivets
- Doughnut button fly
- Made in USA bandanas used for pocket linings
- Made in USA



Left Field White Oak Cone Raw Selvedge - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999750
- 13.5oz unsanforized denim
- White selvedge
- 100% cotton
- Calf skin patch
- Chainstitched hems
- Scovill copper rivets
- Doughnut button fly
- Made in USA bandanas used for pocket linings
- Made in USA



Both new unsanforized denim models will shrink approximately 2" in the waist and 2" in length. Please contact us if you need assistance figuring out your size. They also use the same cut as the White Oak Cone Selvedge Denim (one wash) which we currently have in stock. Please use photos and details to see fit and post soak measurements.

http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999977

More information can be seen in the above links or our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...-selvedge.html[/quote]
post #44 of 338
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Originally Posted by Atsui View Post
Coming this fall! Blue Owl exclusive Left Field Kiahara Japanese Selvedge
The fabric is from the respected Kiahara denim mill of Japan with a beautiful slubby texture, weight perfect for all year wear, and a rainbow selvedge that speaks for itself. Made in the USA. More details to come!

Any more details to share at the moment? Looks interesting!
post #45 of 338
amazing craftsmanship. i really need to shed some pounds so i can pick up a pair of these jeans. really liking the details. also the lookbook is on point.
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