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post #31 of 41
Well. Vintage is more than played out at this point. So maybe technical fabrics?
post #32 of 41
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90 oz. selvage camo print with battery powered light up seams

We're working on it.

We're also trying to incorporate a time machine aspect too. The problem is generating 1.21 gigawatts of power that our flux capacitor needs to achieve this.
post #33 of 41
There are lots of brands doing interesting things with curved seams, coatings, new yoke shapes, etc ...



But the typical denim consumer wants tried and true, classic garments that don't speak too loudly as something fashion-forward like the above. It's not that there's nothing left to do. Though any change is going to be on the shoulders of the 5-pocket design, I think most consumers just aren't interested in a big change.
post #34 of 41
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We're working on it.
We're also trying to incorporate a time machine aspect too. The problem is generating 1.21 gigawatts of power that our flux capacitor needs to achieve this.

 

Have you tried lightning?

post #35 of 41
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Have you tried lightning?

Stuff like that only works in the movies.
post #36 of 41
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Stuff like that only works in the movies.

Hahahaha lol8[1].gif

post #37 of 41

Would love to see something like this but with "chino style" back pockets as well.

 

https://needsupply.com/mens/brands/raleigh-denim/bladen-trouser-thin-raw.html

post #38 of 41
Thread Starter 

N&F - you guys did Kevlar, that was cool!



Do you guys have something like that coming out soon?

post #39 of 41
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N&F - you guys did Kevlar, that was cool!



Do you guys have something like that coming out soon?

I was investigating Kevlar Denim again a few weeks ago when we were in Japan doing fabric development. It's likely going to happen again in the future. Last time we did 10% Kevlar, in the future I want even more.

We once were investigating fire proof denim. How practical it is... I'm not so sure. The likelihood of us getting sued cause some idiot tried to set himself on fire is also high..
post #40 of 41
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I have zip fly on my Flathead Inazumas and tbh i prefer button fly. The zip keeps going down on its own and there are days where i probably walked around with the zip down for hours without realizing it fell on its own. I also hate when i wash it and it shrinks and having to stretch it back out again with a zip is not fun

just replace the zipper.
some tailors can replace just the slider.
unless you would rather flash your junk.
post #41 of 41
Fade-resistant cotton denim that doesn't look or feel clearly different from standard denim. At least offer black in that variety, as probably many people won't otherwise buy it due to the potential ugliness as it turns grayish. (Yes, care methods can slow the fading, but....) Technically, there has been least one such denim offering, but it needs to become not hard to find..
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