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post #166 of 316
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
For the record.. this is NOT the same as other Cone denim.
Roy is making the ONLY jean in the world in production numbers, other than LVC, from Cone's shrink-to-fit denim.

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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post
True that... I'm a big fan of rayleigh denim who uses all sorts of cone white oak denim, but this is the first time I've heard of someone using unsanforized cone denim though now I know LVC and some small batch stuff does too!

Doesnt Left Field also use Cone STF denim or is that different ?

http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999750
post #167 of 316
Ooh it does. Nice yeah left field is also a brand which I've been quite interested in after handling a pair at AB Fits in SF. Great prices as well.
post #168 of 316
I'm thinking about buying a pair of these.

Are these the thickest pair of jeans you can buy??

I have 2 raleighs and they seem pretty thick, is this even thicker??

I care mainly because I ride a motorcycle.
post #169 of 316
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Originally Posted by noeltazz View Post
I'm thinking about buying a pair of these.

Are these the thickest pair of jeans you can buy??

I have 2 raleighs and they seem pretty thick, is this even thicker??

I care mainly because I ride a motorcycle.

i don't think these are the thickest you can buy. they're 14oz denim which i believe is a standard weight denim. maybe iron heart?
post #170 of 316
Yeah ironheart is more into motorcycling so it might be a better fit for your needs. There is of course thicker denim than even what ironheart offers (I think they top out at 23oz) and there are offerings of 28oz and 32oz from others but at some point it becomes impractical, perhaps not wearable and the extra heavy weight actually leads to less durability since the fabric is so heavy and rigid.
post #171 of 316
21oz IH 634s are surpisingly not rigid.
post #172 of 316
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
21oz IH 634s are surpisingly not rigid.

+1. They are quite comfortable to wear even at this weight!
post #173 of 316
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
This is Cone sanforized, 13.5oz, copped these before Ande was offering Cone STF. So I can only imagine the STF will fade even more nicely, but goddamn, I love these jeans. Taken with flash, contrast is a little better in person, but as you can see, Cone fades ridiculously well. You have to beat it up though.


21 Months, about 14-15 months of solid wear (5x a week or so) and then the other 6 months probably 2x a week. 2 washes, one on purpose, and one because I spilled a bowl of soup on them

Thanks Listi, that's exactly what I was looking for. Those look amazing, I can see why you would love them!
post #174 of 316
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Originally Posted by noeltazz View Post
I'm thinking about buying a pair of these.

Are these the thickest pair of jeans you can buy??

I have 2 raleighs and they seem pretty thick, is this even thicker??

I care mainly because I ride a motorcycle.

Denim is shit during a slide, always get leather. But hey you can always find out the hard way.
post #175 of 316
nvm
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post #177 of 316
^ Roy x Cone Mills contest!
This will be awesome...
post #178 of 316
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Originally Posted by entrero View Post
Denim is shit during a slide, always get leather. But hey you can always find out the hard way.

even leather can be shit, fashion leather is usually fairly soft and not that great when against the road. make sure you get motorcycle leathers...road rash is not fun
post #179 of 316
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post #180 of 316
It's the ROY x Cone Mills contest jeans.
Password handed out to URCC members.
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