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post #2926 of 6412
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Originally Posted by HEWSINATOR View Post
^^^Studded leather belts are very tough to come by generally. I would not even know the first place I would look... http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...roducts_id=231
thanks for making me feel like an ass... i know they're everywhere, i just liked that particular one and wanted one of higher quality. i thought i checked everywhere on the SE site
post #2927 of 6412
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Originally Posted by splattered View Post
3Sixteen - second glance.

The stitching on this pair for some reason is very sloppy. Loose threads here and there on the ends and i'm worried they will come out with wear.


I love my indigo SLs, but the gray STs I bought were also like this, loose threads all over the place. The hem on one leg came undone after a couple of days. The top block was also way bigger than on the SLs and a couple of hot soaks haven't really shrunk it enough.
post #2928 of 6412
Hey Kiya, Do you still have stock on hand of the Loopwheeler plain T's? I want a stack of the really thick ones.
post #2929 of 6412
Kiya,

Just picked up one of the tan flathead leather bracelets in the NY store. Looks great, but it's just a little bit looser than I'd like. Any way to shrink it a little? I'm not sure if the tanning process constricts the leather.
post #2930 of 6412
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
Hey Kiya,

Do you still have stock on hand of the Loopwheeler plain T's?

I want a stack of the really thick ones.

We've got almost every imaginable color available at the SF store by Flat Head, super thick and really well fitting with a triple stitched collar.
Do you know your size?
post #2931 of 6412
Will the t shirts ever be put up on the website. How much are they?
post #2932 of 6412
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Originally Posted by Poomba View Post
Will the t shirts ever be put up on the website. How much are they?

They're $70 each, not sure if we'll put them on the site, currently all we have is printed ones on the site.
post #2933 of 6412

X-Posted from the Flat Head 3001 Thread on Superfuture

Hey all..
Just got back from Japan, wore the jeans for a couple of days, wore them half the day at the Inazuma festival (yes, i actually changed my outfit halfway through the day).

Here's some shots of my Japanese associates..

When two worlds collide, Benny of Take5 Jeans and myself...


The one you've all been waiting for.. Edmond x Kiya:


Pork Fat on a Stick:


World Tour jeans:






I went to Japan with my wife (Selectism.com):


Sufu dude at Inazuma, PWING:


My man from Iron Heart:


Editor in Chief of Lightning Magazine, that outfit kills:


The President of Samurai, Head tough guy:


Superfuture Elite, Coleslawyum


Some Japanese Self Edge fans wanting to take a picture (FH President on far right), they said "we like the jeans you make", i'm not sure if they know that we don't actually produce the jeans ourselves:


Kobayashi-San, Founder and President of Flat Head:


And this photo sort of sums up the Japanese love for iconography:


Tomorrow i'll post a few pages out of the book which i modified and which'll be sent along with the jeans...

post #2934 of 6412
that was an awesome photo series. looked like a great trip.
post #2935 of 6412
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
And this photo sort of sums up the Japanese love for iconography:

I'm not sure what that shirt says, but the swastika was originally from Asia. It's a Buddhist symbol and you see it on maps all the time designating temples. Maybe he's a Buddhist...
post #2936 of 6412
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Originally Posted by arced View Post
I'm not sure what that shirt says, but the swastika was originally from Asia. It's a Buddhist symbol and you see it on maps all the time designating temples. Maybe he's a Buddhist...

Trust me, i know this.
But the swastika displayed as a square which is flat on top is the buddhist symbol, a swastika turned 30 degrees so that it's a point on the top is a reference to something completely different.
Then again, that doesn't mean there aren't slight variations, but you don't see buddhist symbols turned 30 degrees like the one on his t-shirt.
post #2937 of 6412
I'd pop that swastika wearing dude right in the face if I saw him in the street. What a retard.
post #2938 of 6412
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
I'd pop that swastika wearing dude right in the face if I saw him in the street. What a retard.

In that case i wouldn't travel to Japan, because he's definitely not the only one.
I see one person a day with a swastika on their jacket/bag/tee in Tokyo.
post #2939 of 6412
Meh, the faster taboo are mainstream and no longer regarded as such the better.
post #2940 of 6412
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Meh, the faster taboo are mainstream and no longer regarded as such the better.

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