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post #46 of 98
Kiya -

Is it at all possible for you guys to order one-offs from your supplier in Japan? I've been trying to track down the SG2101, but can't find it stateside. Or are you just limited to mass orders of a few types? Thanks -
post #47 of 98
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post
Kiya -

Is it at all possible for you guys to order one-offs from your supplier in Japan? I've been trying to track down the SG2101, but can't find it stateside. Or are you just limited to mass orders of a few types? Thanks -

You can get them from this place: http://item.rakuten.co.jp/klax-on/sg2101/
post #48 of 98
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You can get them from this place: http://item.rakuten.co.jp/klax-on/sg2101/

Yeah - this was actually the one place I discovered too. Just wondering if there were any other options, especially given google translate's difficult time with rendering Japanese.
post #49 of 98
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post
Kiya -

Is it at all possible for you guys to order one-offs from your supplier in Japan? I've been trying to track down the SG2101, but can't find it stateside. Or are you just limited to mass orders of a few types? Thanks -

Yup, we can get them for your, same price as the other mud dyed weft jeans.
Just order the 2105 or 2109 and put in the comments what size and model you want instead and we'll order you the jean and get it to you.
post #50 of 98
Hers some recent pics of my SG2105's after 16 wears, Enjoy!!











post #51 of 98
Update 39 wears!







really enjoying the way these are turning out!
post #52 of 98
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Update 39 wears!







really enjoying the way these are turning out!

These are looking great. I just got a pair of the 1105s that I hope start looking that nice once I start wearing them. Have to do a second soak because the first didn't shrink them quite enough and it is killing me that I haven't been able to start wearing them yet.
post #53 of 98
Is it me or do these jeans fade pretty fast - Not that its a bad thing. I like that, you see the evolution quick and makes you wear them harder. Not a fan of the pocket stitching though.
post #54 of 98
No second soak yet, will do it at 60 wears!
post #55 of 98
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post
Is it me or do these jeans fade pretty fast - Not that its a bad thing. I like that, you see the evolution quick and makes you wear them harder. Not a fan of the pocket stitching though.
do you mean the rear pocket arcuates?
post #56 of 98
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do you mean the rear pocket arcuates?

Pretty sure that's what he means. The SG arcuates are pretty polarizing, personally, I like them, but a lot of people don't.
post #57 of 98
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Originally Posted by commodorewheeler View Post
Pretty sure that's what he means. The SG arcuates are pretty polarizing, personally, I like them, but a lot of people don't.

I personally love them, i think what makes them work is that they're a single needle stitch (like Levi's) which makes them look far more subdued. Regardless, the stitch is 100% cotton and the arcuates start to break in places pretty quickly.
post #58 of 98
I also like the arcuates that's why I own a pair, the mud weft also convinced me!
post #59 of 98
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Yup, we can get them for your, same price as the other mud dyed weft jeans.
Just order the 2105 or 2109 and put in the comments what size and model you want instead and we'll order you the jean and get it to you.

Pretty good customer service there.
post #60 of 98
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I also like the arcuates that's why I own a pair, the mud weft also convinced me!
Maybe it's just from the photos but I expected to see a bigger difference between the mud weft and the standards when worn in. They look great, though. I'm really anxious to get my pair in.
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