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post #61 of 99
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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.

There's actually a huge difference in the way the two types of denim looks when new and when worn in, they're very different in shade and feel.
post #62 of 99
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There's actually a huge difference in the way the two types of denim looks when new and when worn in, they're very different in shade and feel.
That's what I expected which was why I was surprised by those photos. Hey, I picked up some hummus today! It came in a resealable pouch for added convenience!
post #63 of 99
was wearing them yesterday at the Tim Burton exhibit. seriously a great jean, fit is on point. considering my jeans still look newish after months of nonstop wear, these def do fade faster even on me.

post #64 of 99
I think that little girl over your shoulder recognized you, but not from TaT...
post #65 of 99
Heres some recent evo.
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post #66 of 99
Those looks great.
post #67 of 99
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Originally Posted by niix View Post

Those looks great.

Thanks!!
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post #69 of 99

good looking jeans!

post #70 of 99
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Strike Gold Loopwheeled Crewneck Sweaters, Denim Shirts, & Winter Flannels

Strike Gold is back with more for their winter collection.

We've found the ultimate loopwheeled crewneck sweater. A sweater that is a true loopwheeled fabric, flatlock seam stitched throughout, kitten soft exterior and interior, a beautiful fit, and great detailing that's only noticed by those who've studied the art of the loopwheeled sweater. We know this all sounds like a bit much, but once you see these in person you'll know, there's something very special about them that sets them apart from the rest.

They've also done a very small run of of a rope-dyed denim shirt that's got a great vibrant indigo color that's slightly red-cast. Due to the super saturated color of the indigo it's sure to age well with wear.

Along with these sweaters and denim shirt we've received two new flannels in great vibrant colors, both available in traditional open-top pen-pocket designs.

With these sweaters and shirts we've received a full restock of all four of their jean models along with their popular cod-oil soaked waterproof leather belts. So thick it'll satisfy even the heartiest of hungers if stuck on a deserted island.

All these items are available now at all three Self Edge stores, check the online store for full specs on the sweaters and shirts along with measurements, hi-res photos, and more.

Strike Gold: http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=86

Strike Gold Heavy Loopwheeled Sweatshirt - Black
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Strike Gold Heavy Loopwheeled Sweatshirt - Navy
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Strike Gold Heavy Loopwheeled Sweatshirt - Oatmeal
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Strike Gold Rope-Dyed Denim Workshirt
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Strike Gold Ibarra Flannel Shirt - Navy
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Strike Gold Ibarra Flannel Shirt - Orange/Teal
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post #71 of 99
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Coming next week to all stores..
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post #72 of 99
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Strike Gold SG1105
18 Months of Wear, 8 Washes.

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post #73 of 99
Looks pretty awesome. I've been wearing mine a lot lately now that the smell of hot wings has dissipated.
post #74 of 99
Those look great Kiya!
How are your 2105's doing?
post #75 of 99
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Looks pretty awesome. I've been wearing mine a lot lately now that the smell of hot wings has dissipated.

You mean the "hot wings" that were made of glycerin?
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Those look great Kiya!
How are your 2105's doing?

I've only worn my 2105's about ten to fifteen times, will eventually switch to them once i've killed these 1105's.
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