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Originally Posted by sridhar3 View Post

Why do the people in the pictures always look so damn unhappy?! wink.gif

 

Shadow selvedge looks awesome.

lol often wondered this myself.

 

I think the guy's downward mustache contributes to this tho

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Originally Posted by Robwynge View Post

I fully recognize that the following comment is childish and unworthy of the fine denim sold from this awesome establishment, but unhappy looking or not, that Asian girl is f***ing hot.

Cyberstalk away: https://twitter.com/IsaaabelleV
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post #5299 of 5965
Just received a full restock of the Roy RS04 and RN04 jeans, they're available now in-store and online:
http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=88
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Cross post from Strike Gold thread, but thought maybe easier answer here
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

Kiya/crew

I know the denim is totally different between the SG1109 and the SG2109, but post-soak does one tend to end up w/ a little more room in the thigh? The notes show different shrinkage rates but also slightly diff pre-soak #s. I know it's not an exact thing, but I've always been a fan of these and now I'm looking harder and trying to weigh fit difference (if any) between the two.
Thanks for your time.
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

Cross post from Strike Gold thread, but thought maybe easier answer here

The 2109 will definitely have more room in the thigh post-soak because that denim doesn't shrink nearly as much as the 1109 denim.
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Iron Heart Micro-Cord & Wabash Shirts

Iron Heart has just delivered the new colors of their popular Micro-Cord shirts which are now available in beige, red, and black. Last year when they released the black version it was one of the most popular shirts of the year. The fabric is a double-face weft woven micro-cord that's extremely soft to the touch on the outside and almost completely windproof due to the weft weave, while still being a light-weight shirt.

We've also received a full restock of their wabash shirt, these go quick every time we get them, the fit and fabric is top notch on these.

Along with these new shirts we've received a full restock of all their jeans which are currently in production along with belts, vests, and jackets at all three Self Edge stores.

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kiya, so I want to pick up a pair of the fh05bsps, but i live in korea for the next five months. There's literally no bathtubs and so no ability to soak the denim. will getting them dry cleaned take care of the shrinkage and rinse out the indigo so it's not bleeding all over the place?
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I'm sure if you ask nicely enough, the guys at SE can take care of the initial soak for you. 

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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

kiya, so I want to pick up a pair of the fh05bsps, but i live in korea for the next five months. There's literally no bathtubs and so no ability to soak the denim. will getting them dry cleaned take care of the shrinkage and rinse out the indigo so it's not bleeding all over the place?

You don't need a bathtub to soak a pair of jeans, you have a sink? Bathroom sink or kitchen sink? That's what i use, its far easier than a bathtub and less cleanup.
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Really? I always thought the denim had to be laid out flat otherwise it would bleed unevenly and end up with heavily faded streaks where the denim was creased.
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I've done 3 different jeans in a like 14x12 bucket and I haven't noticed any thing really different with where the creases are.
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I've always just filled the washing machine partway with hot water, left the lid open so it wouldn't start running through the wash cycle, and put something on top of the jeans to hold them underwater. I've never noticed any unevenness due to creasing. I've always turned the jeans inside out, but I don't know whether it would make a difference.
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very cool, glad to know. now I just need to locate a plug for my sink.
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Tried on the ST-100x at the SF store but could barely get the 32 closed... in your guys' experience does the waistband stretch the full 1.5"?

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