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post #31 of 48
got a indigo dipped loopwheeler sweater from them. didn't like it at first as the back length is short, but it has grown on me and is actually fading pretty dope.
post #32 of 48
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got a indigo dipped loopwheeler sweater from them.

didn't like it at first as the back length is short, but it has grown on me and is actually fading pretty dope.

Cool, I've always wondered how the fading would come out on those. Got any pics?
post #33 of 48
yeah, post pics blaz ... this thread needs some life.
post #34 of 48
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Cool, I've always wondered how the fading would come out on those. Got any pics?

i've tried to take some good ones, but it's hard to get the details.
any tips on taking proper pics of it?


maybe i'll give it some winter wear and post pics in a couple months when the fading is more pronounced?
post #35 of 48
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i've tried to take some good ones, but it's hard to get the details.
any tips on taking proper pics of it?


maybe i'll give it some winter wear and post pics in a couple months when the fading is more pronounced?

I've gotten good results taking pictures outdoors on an overcast day with no flash. You could also get multiple same-color light sources and put them all on the subject from different directions and then snap the pic with no flash, that'd work well.

Posting pics in a few months would work, but wouldn't it be cool to have some progress pics now too?
post #36 of 48
A couple of fit pics of the D1496. These are my entry into a heavyweight denim contest on another forum. They are 23 oz. LHT with a zip fly and some Lee-inspired details. I went TTS on these.
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post #37 of 48
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A couple of fit pics of the D1496. These are my entry into a heavyweight denim contest on another forum. They are 23 oz. LHT with a zip fly and some Lee-inspired details. I went TTS on these.

those look really good. i like that cut.
post #38 of 48
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those look really good. i like that cut.
Thanks! The cut is supposed to be based on an early 1900s Lee model, but I find it to fit very similarly to the SD-103 except with a slightly wider upper thigh.
post #39 of 48

Would also like to know about stretch in the top block....Nice looking denim.

 

Thanks

post #40 of 48
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Would also like to know about stretch in the top block....Nice looking denim.

Thanks
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I am looking at the SD 103, how much are these going to strecth with consitent wear?

After a soak, and then wearing for a few weeks, mine almost returned to pre-soak measurements. About 1.25" stretch in the waist.
post #41 of 48


Thanks for the info, am looking at the D1596 excepting stretch due to weight of fabric.

post #42 of 48

I am interested in the 103, I would like to know if the 103 is a straight fit, or a slim straight fit. I know the description says slim straight but it looks like a Levis 501 to me.

post #43 of 48

I heard SDA jeans dont stretch much, similar to Momotaro in thet way, is this true?

post #44 of 48
I'm interested in finding another model that would fit like the SD-101, which I find extremely comfy.
post #45 of 48
Introducing Studio D'Artisan - The First Of The "Osaka 5"


One of the lines we fell in love with in the 90’s when we first discovered Japanese denim was Studio D’Artisan. Known as the first of the “Osaka 5” companies to have started the Japanese denim industry which we know today. Studio D’Artisan were the first ones to use deadstock hardware on their jeans and the first ones to create shuttle loom woven hank dyed jeans in Japan. They’ve maintained a playful image over the years, which is one of our favorite things about the brand. After nearly 40 years they still find humor in every element of what they do.

We hope to grow with this legendary Japanese company and bring you a wide range of what they produce; from jeans to belts to shirts to sweaters, it’s all done very well. We’ll be getting new deliveries every two months throughout the rest of the year to round out the selection of what Studio D’Artisan offers and have some very special releases planned for later this year.

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