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post #31 of 37
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
Also, the Christian thing doesn't bother me at all though I'd probably appreciate it more if it was Muslim... Someone needs to make Muslim-branded premium denim.




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post #32 of 37
Finally...the fit and comfort I need for hours of praying while the look I demand for hardcore clubbing at night.
post #33 of 37
I've never owned Dior Hommes myself, but from what i've read I don't think I would choose IA's over them. I agree that the fit and feel of my Hiro Ito's is nice, but in no way do I feel that they are worth the price (close to $320 CAD locally). I think the denim quality and the stitching leave a lot to be desired. However, the cut is great which is probably why they feel as good as they do, and the look is pretty unique too.

Brian I'm surprised you didn't read anything about those muslim jeans, (Al Quda if I read right?) Supposedly they're great for praying. No lie.
post #34 of 37
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Originally Posted by nomovement
my shop is talking to Somet about us distro right now. I'm thinking that in like 2 months we'll have them on the floor. I'll post then and sf members can get a discount if anybody's interested.

definitely good to hear! what store do you work for/own?
post #35 of 37
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Originally Posted by Yet Fung
I've never owned Dior Hommes myself, but from what i've read I don't think I would choose IA's over them. I agree that the fit and feel of my Hiro Ito's is nice, but in no way do I feel that they are worth the price (close to $320 CAD locally). I think the denim quality and the stitching leave a lot to be desired. However, the cut is great which is probably why they feel as good as they do, and the look is pretty unique too.

Brian I'm surprised you didn't read anything about those muslim jeans, (Al Quda if I read right?) Supposedly they're great for praying. No lie.

You know ... kneeling and prostrating one's self to God could yield some nice NIIIICE hige/whiskering!!!!
post #36 of 37
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I think the denim quality and the stitching leave a lot to be desired. However, the cut is great which is probably why they feel as good as they do, and the look is pretty unique too.
Thanks for the honesty. I still want to see em.
post #37 of 37
Hey any idea where i could purchase a pair of those iron army jeans online? sadly i don't stay in the US. I'm more interested in the white LINUS model...
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