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post #5266 of 5870
true, and they look good. was thinking fh bsp slim though. thanks.
post #5267 of 5870
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

true, and they look good. was thinking fh bsp slim though. thanks.

That jean i linked to is quite slim if sized down a couple, and they run big in the waist as is.
post #5268 of 5870
even still, I'm on the fence about the hidden stitching. They're nice tho. Think I'll just wait till I get stateside again and cop a pair of BSPs.
post #5269 of 5870
I was wondering about the new Iron Heart/ SelEdge exclusive jean. I apologize if somebody asked this question previously. Not a big forum contributor, but I love Iron Heart and SE.

I heard it will use the dark denim from last years collab with leather soul/Alden, but will have contrast stitching, 634 cut and. Faux back pocket tab like the DC4002. Any truth to this?

Also, two things?
1. Is Iron Heart ever going to release a natural indigo?
2 Will Iron Heart ever release a permanent indigo denim?

I live fades, but sometimes, I need to dress three thing up.




Iron Heart: 634-SR, 634S, 634-XHS, OH-634-B, 666-XHS, 1955S, IH-BO1, IHB-BO1sbg, IH-BO1OD, IH-BO1xRAW, IH666S, IH666od and the IH 9461z.

Samurai: SV5000vx (17, 21, 24), S5000KA, S5000AI24, 24 oz. LHT, S5000GX-m, S5000GX-T
post #5270 of 5870
The new jean will use the 23oz super dark into denim but will have normal contrast stitching like the 634s. No faux-back pocket tab.

1. No plans to right now, but Self Edge is releasing an natural indigo dyed wooden loom woven jean in january
2. probably not
post #5271 of 5870
Strike Gold Loopwheeled T-Shirts & More

Strike Gold came out with jeans just a few years ago for the first time; when we saw the fabric and construction in person we were floored by how such a new company can produce product this good. Last year they did a small run of loopwheeled hoodies and crewneck sweaters, quality so good that we see no reason to carry any other brand's hoodies or basic crewneck sweaters. The fabric is exactly what you want from a hoodie or sweater, it's nearly windproof due to it's outer weave, it's extremely heavy and it's wild soft on the inside. This year they wanted to conquer the loopwheeled t-shirt, and that they did.

We've now got Strike Gold's loopwheeed tees available in both black or white, or a red printed version. The weave they achieved on these is quite special. When you see a well worn in loopwheeled tee you start to see the horizontal weave pattern within the fabric, the longer you wear it and the more you wash it the more you can see this pattern. This is an artifact of the weaving process due to it's speed and gravity tension. Strike Gold's pattern is almost apparent even when the tees are new. The tees have double-stitched sleeves and hem-line, a triple-stitched collar, and is stitched together with 100% cotton thread. Is that too much information about a single t-shirt? Not for us.

All three tees along with a full restock of all four jean models and their amazing belts are available now at all three Self Edge stores and in our online store.

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post #5272 of 5870
Do you guys ever stock the Mister Freedom "Gym Henleys"?
post #5273 of 5870
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Do you guys ever stock the Mister Freedom "Gym Henleys"?

We did at SESF when they first came out, sold out of them and we won't be restocking them.
post #5274 of 5870
Crud. Reckon I'll try to contact Mister Freedom directly about them.
post #5275 of 5870
The Roy Nihon Menpu Chambray Shirt

Roy's first production shirt is a special one. The shirt starts with a blank canvas of Nihon Menpu's 6oz selvedge chambray combined with dead-stock fish-eye buttons from almost 100 years ago, those are the simple parts. The shirt is cut and sewn by Roy Slaper using vintage Singer and Union Special machines with a few hidden details that we'd rather not spill here. Best to see this shirt in person and discover all its beauty slowly.


One of the details we personally love is the busted selvedge seam up the back of the shirt, over time you'll have jean-like train tracks running up your back. Also, Roy has this wild machine that's able to do a stitch that melts our minds, it's meant to be an invisible hemming machine but to us it looks like a crazy fabric perforator. He's used this machine to hem the front placket of the shirt which also hides the button backs from your body when the shirt is worn.


This Roy shirt will go on sale at all Self Edge stores at noon (local time) on Saturday, September 22nd. The shirt will also go on sale at 2pm (PST) the same day in our online store. This shirt will not be remade or restocked, this is an edition of 45 shirts.

Check the online store for a full spec list on the shirt, measurements, hi-res photos, and more.

Shop Roy Online


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post #5276 of 5870
Love the details.

I'm afraid to ask the price.
post #5277 of 5870
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post

Love the details.
I'm afraid to ask the price.

http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=88&products_id=975

FYI, this is what i posted on Superfuture in regards to the price:
"Yup, shirts and jeans practically cost the same because it takes just as long to make a shirt than it does a pair of jeans, the only real difference is that average shirting fabric prices are lower, hence why some shirts end up costing less than a pair of jeans by about $20 to $50. In Roy's case these shirts took longer to make each shirt than a pair of jeans for him.
It's amazing to me that Flat Head or RJB are able to sell their shirts for only $300 to $350 when i know for a fact that the fabric is costing them MORE than what their denim costs."
post #5278 of 5870
I just went and watched the videos or Roy and I am blow away. I just purchased a pair of Tellason $200 jeans that use Cone Mills denim and if I had known about Roy I would have gone with that instead.
post #5279 of 5870

Subbed.  Gonna have to keep an eye on this thread. drool.gif

post #5280 of 5870

Subbed.  Gonna have to keep an eye on this thread. drool.gif

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