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post #76 of 315
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Because almost all of Dior's jeans that were designed by Hedi have a completely straight outer leg.
Trust me, i'd know, i've completely taken apart over 10 different pairs of DH jeans over the past three years.
interesting, makes sense
post #77 of 315
Quick question about the hickory stripe IH shirt. I've been wearing it nonstop since I ordered one almost a year ago. Haven't washed it yet, but it definitely needs a wash now.

It fits absolutely perfectly right now. How can I wash this without shrinking? It's a 100% cotton so I guess the dryer is out of the question? How much will a super hot soak and some soap shrink this thing?

Kiya, do you have any experience with shrinkage on the hickory stripe shirt? If it shrinks at all it will be too small. It fits absolutely perfectly right now.
post #78 of 315
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Originally Posted by DocHunter View Post
Quick question about the hickory stripe IH shirt. I've been wearing it nonstop since I ordered one almost a year ago. Haven't washed it yet, but it definitely needs a wash now.

It fits absolutely perfectly right now. How can I wash this without shrinking? It's a 100% cotton so I guess the dryer is out of the question? How much will a super hot soak and some soap shrink this thing?

Kiya, do you have any experience with shrinkage on the hickory stripe shirt? If it shrinks at all it will be too small. It fits absolutely perfectly right now.

If you love the shirt and don't want it to shrink at ALL don't take any chances, just dry clean it.
post #79 of 315
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
If you love the shirt and don't want it to shrink at ALL don't take any chances, just dry clean it.

Thanks for the advice. Kind of a pain in the ass, but I guess that's what I'll have to do.


Anyone here have experience with washing the IH hickory stripe shirt? Any shrinkage?
post #80 of 315
They should make 40oz denim. Or better yet, they should make some shirts made out of wood, or steel wool. They should make fuckin armour shirts and pants, or concrete plated jackets. Next level. EPIC FADEZ
post #81 of 315
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Originally Posted by lance konami View Post
They should make 40oz denim. Or better yet, they should make some shirts made out of wood, or steel wool. They should make fuckin armour shirts and pants, or concrete plated jackets. Next level. EPIC FADEZ

Wait till your hands touch the Iron Heart 10th anniversary denim.
post #82 of 315
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Wait till your hands touch the Iron Heart 10th anniversary denim.


whats it like?
post #83 of 315
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Originally Posted by blackdarkeye View Post
whats it like?

It's the most insane shit i've ever dealt with when it comes to a textile.
It's about 22oz, indigo, unsanforized, unsinged, and feels like the most rigid thing ever.
It's unreal.
I have one pair they gave me a few months ago, but it's a bit tight as is, and it hasn't even been soaked yet.
post #84 of 315
I need some black jeans... Part of me wants to buy Samurai or Flat Head for the fades, the other half wants to buy Iron Heart for the new 22oz denim ( ) and so they stay dark... They are pretty much opposite sides of the spectrum, but both are so nice. I just can't decide.
post #85 of 315
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Originally Posted by onion View Post
I need some black jeans... Part of me wants to buy Samurai or Flat Head for the fades, the other half wants to buy Iron Heart for the new 22oz denim ( ) and so they stay dark... They are pretty much opposite sides of the spectrum, but both are so nice. I just can't decide.

If it makes any difference, besides the fact that they're so dark, the Iron Heart black jeans will also last about 4 times as long as Flat Head's or Samurai's.
post #86 of 315
Kiya- Any tips for breaking in the black version..seems stiff as a board Thx!
post #87 of 315
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Kiya- Any tips for breaking in the black version..seems stiff as a board Thx!

Soak it in warm water for 5 minutes then let them air dry then start wearing them, and wear them often.
post #88 of 315
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
It's the most insane shit i've ever dealt with when it comes to a textile.
It's about 22oz, indigo, unsanforized, unsinged, and feels like the most rigid thing ever.
It's unreal.
I have one pair they gave me a few months ago, but it's a bit tight as is, and it hasn't even been soaked yet.

Oh man. Which do I want to save up for this, or the rumored 24 oz. coming from Samurai.
post #89 of 315


A huge restock of Iron Heart jeans, shirts, and jackets just came in.
The 634s, 461, new 301s Slims, and 9301 Slim Blacks have all been restocked including a long awaited restock on their Indigo Riders Jacket and their Selvedge Type III jacket. We also got a small restock of their hickory stripe shirt and selvedge chambray shirt.

http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=71
post #90 of 315
Iron Heart Heavy Ombre Shirts & Road Beast Windbreakers

Two new items in multiple colors from our favorite outlaws in Tokyo...

Iron Heart brings us some intense flannels once again in great colors for spring. Their take on an ombre fabric is interesting and looks great with a hint of a western accent and a cut that's turned into one of the most popular shirts we sell at the store.
Available in navy, purple, and brown.

Iron Heart have taken the classic windbreaker and modified the cut along with a few other areas to produce the ultimate spring/summer windbreaker. Lightweight yet warm, very well made, and an inner pocket to store an iPhone, cigarettes, or retractable shank.
Also comes with a hem tapering rope to tighten the lower section.
Iron Heart have produced the ultimate windbreaker for us, available in gray, black, and brown.

These shirts and jackets will not be restocked once gone, they've only produced one run for this year.

Both these new items along with a full restock of the 301s/9301 slim jeans, the 634s, and Heavy Chambray Shirts are now available in our online store:

http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=71










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