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is it just me or are retailers increasing the yuketen pricing?  i remember when revolver use to selll anglers for $249 and chukkas for $300.  most retailer up until last year always priced well below the Saks pricing.

 

Perhaps- but price increases do not always fall on the retailer, prices raise before product reaches the retailer in some cases (raw material cost fluctuations, new pricing strategies, etc.). With Yuketen, it could be a case of retailers setting the price based on the demand they see or the availability of the product in their respective region.  From what I have gathered online, our prices are among some of the lowest for Yuketen product.

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come on.  you know full well you set the price based on what they go for in your area.  i seriously doubt yuketen's production cost went up anymore then 1% or 2%, which is not enough to increase the wholesale costs.  its not as if horween told yuki cxl went up $5.00 a sq yard or however they sell leather so dont make it sound "its not your problem."  i would be willing to bet you have the same wholesale last season as you do this season for the angler moc, etc.

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Check out this short film by Jake Davis that highlights two brands we stock : Deluxe and Bedwin & The Heartbreakers

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Just in from Stussy Deluxe for spring, Deluxe Cuff Beanies ::: 

 

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Stussy Deluxe Deluxe Cuff Beanies - $32

A lightweight knit offering, the cuff beanie is a versatile piece that proves to be a perfect fit for in-between seasons.

 

  • 95% cotton/ 5% cashmere

 

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Socks for Spring :::

 

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SS12 Chup now available online.

 

 

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SS12 & Life Sox now available online.

 

 

 

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Just in:

 

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Converse Jack Purcell Boat -- $85

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Converse Jack Purcell Boat -- $85

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Vans LPE CA (Washed) -- $65

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Vans Era (Distressed) -- $55 (Blue) (Red)

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Nike Air Max 1 -- $100

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Nike Air Woven QS -- $140

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Just a heads up-

We have received an e-mail from Nike stating that the official release date for the Air Yeezy II's is not June 9th, a stateside release date has yet to be officially declared...

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SETTING THE STANDARD [INTERVIEW]

Style is an identity that can be emulated and reproduced, but it must come from an original point of view to be truly appreciated. Journal Standard, a brand with creative inspirations from classic American casualwear, is one company that is capable of recreating an image while adding its own global point of view with an awareness of modern trends. Based in Japan, the brand has expanded to consist of multiple sub-brands: J.S. Homestead, Journal Standard Trisect, and Journal Standard Relume.

 

For its Spring/Summer 2012 Collection, Journal Standard has enlisted Bodega to stock its new line. To help spread the good word of Journal Standard, Bodega’s William Yu had a chance to speak to Rui Takahashi from Journal Standard’s International Division to discuss the brand’s history, vision, and aesthetic.

 

William: For readers that are reading of Journal Standard for the first time, could you please state your name and your role within Journal Standard? How did you come to work for Journal Standard?
Rui: This is Rui Takahashi, I belong to the International Division of JOURNAL STANDARD. I found the JOURNAL STANDARD store in Shibuya when I was a student in San Francisco. After I graduated my college, I went back to Japan, and then started working at JOURANAL STANDARD Shibuya store. I’ve been working at JOURNAL STANDARD for almost 13 years.

W: Who founded Journal Standard? What was his vision for the brand?
R: Our president is Hiroshi Kubota. His vision is for American basics, mixed with European atmosphere.

For our interview with Journal Standard's Rui in it's entirety, head here.
 
[Words by: William Yu 
Images by: William Yu + Andrew White]

 

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