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post #16 of 850
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Originally Posted by andewhall
Hey cool, an AW Denim thread. Thanks for the kind words guys. Photos are coming, just gotta get the new face of aw (cheap) some Cougars, and Hap some rakers etc.
looking forward to pics, especially of the akiras.
post #17 of 850
Stuff looks really good, and inexpensive too. I think I have a good idea what my next pair of denim I buy will be.
post #18 of 850
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Originally Posted by Bona Drag
Sorry; to clarify: yes, his prices are crazy cheap - I meant never mind my asking, because I confirmed it reading the SF thread you linked to. I'm pretty sure I'm in...

Edit: Also, the no stretching/shrinking thing leaves me confident enough to just bite the bullet and order.

More edit: Just waiting to see picks of the Cougars; Grifters look killer. And you gotsta to love a shop that's Kiwi-owned and operated.

Bona, I was agreeing with you. Albeit in my own very vehement (it could be read that way, I see it now) manner.

Anyway, thank knucks ande. By making the red stitching option available, maybe for a limited time.
post #19 of 850
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Originally Posted by ang_kangkong
Bona, I was agreeing with you. Albeit in my own very vehement (it could be read that way, I see it now) manner.

Anyway, thank knucks ande. By making the red stitching option available, maybe for a limited time.

All good; and good point about the difference in having a pair handmade by the designer. I mean, on the one hand, duh, he's a one-man operation, but on the other hand, that's pretty damn rare, especially given (again) his prices, and the quality of the product. If he's got cmf's endorsement, well hell...
post #20 of 850
I've been really interested in Ande's stuff ever since I saw his post on the jeans-making process on the other SF. The photos I've been seeing lately are amazing. I have way, way too much dry and one-wash denim being broken in at the moment (okay, only four pairs, but it's a lot for me and I can't even wear jeans to work!), but when I find myself in need of a new pair, I'm pretty sure I want a pair of AWs.
post #21 of 850
I was dead set on a pair of APC NS as my first venture into dry denim, but seeing some of Ande's stuff on the other SF has me changing my mind. Btw, first post. Hi all
post #22 of 850
I'm totally sold on these over APC.
post #23 of 850
Somebody link the SuFu thread, I have no idea what's going on!
post #24 of 850
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Originally Posted by dusty
Somebody link the SuFu thread, I have no idea what's going on!
http://supertalk.superfuture.com/showthread.php?t=17023 ^ supermarket thread http://supertalk.superfuture.com/showthread.php?t=17026 ^ discussion thread
post #25 of 850
Thanks!
post #26 of 850
And here's something to think about:

Originally Posted by andewhall
Commonly asked questions
about options that are NOT available, even by offer of more $: Alternative
thread colour, different denim, old logos & labels, custom cut/fit/pattern,
thumbs on one pocket only, WOMENS cuts, no labels, zip fly. AW
Denim is hopefully moving towards larger scale production in the
future, options will not be around forever)
post #27 of 850
Haha classic, thats just some of the requests I get.
post #28 of 850
can i get a co-branded pair made? im thinking a thumbs up on one pocket and a penis on the other.

cut reverse enginered from cmf homme of course
post #29 of 850
They Rakers look really very awesome. So do the Grifter, by the way. The Rakers seem really tight though. Are they tighter than the Grifters? Thinking about ordering a pair of 28/34 Rakers, 34 for a bit of stacking. I wonder if that would look right, though.
post #30 of 850
yeah the rakers are tighter, not to say the grifters are very loose. Ande has some size charts here: http://supertalk.superfuture.com/showthread.php?t=17023
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