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post #346 of 622
Just backed my first pair. Went with the Postal Blue in the slim fit. It looks like an interesting color and nice to have something not super dark. Looking forward to seeing the construction and fit in person
post #347 of 622
Guys, please.

I'm all for SparhawkJC putting his code up, but beyond that...
post #348 of 622

Can I put my code up, too? bounce2.gif

 

Naw, jk...But seriously...Stop spaming the thread! censored.gif

post #349 of 622
will these jeans fade like my old KMW , i got these to replace them.

33 straight fit classic denim
they fit great, a little looser than my KMW 1950s that I had, but happy with them. just concerned they won't fade.
post #350 of 622
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Here's mine (hope this is ok with the mods.)

It's actually not.
post #351 of 622
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It's actually not.

And it's incredibly tacky!

post #352 of 622

ya keep that shit outta here.

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Just received my first pair of Gustin Jeans - standard fit broken weave material.  Great cut for me, was what I was hoping for. They are a little tight but hope they stretch enough to work.  I am having issues posting pictures so I made my avatar the pic I wanted to show you -  the Broken Weave fabric compared to a pair of  washed but unworn Lucky jeans and a worn pair of Eddie Bauer jeans.  Hope the pic helps those looking at the next round of Broken weave material.

 

If anyone knows what to expect from the broken weave as far as stretch please respond.

all the best and headed to duckob

post #354 of 622

All:

 

Just received my first pair of Gustin Jeans - standard fit broken weave material.  Great cut for me, was what I was hoping for. They are a little tight but hope they stretch enough to work.  I am having issues posting pictures so I made my avatar the pic I wanted to show you -  the Broken Weave fabric compared to a pair of  washed but unworn Lucky jeans and a worn pair of Eddie Bauer jeans.  Hope the pic helps those looking at the next round of Broken weave material.

 

If anyone knows what to expect from the broken weave as far as stretch please respond.

all the best and headed to duckob

post #355 of 622
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Originally Posted by DC Office Hack View Post

 I'd really like to see chinos, something as well made as Bills but with a much more modern cut, sort of a Bills meets Bonobos. 

+1

 

I'm sure chinos would be very popular, assuming they come up with a cut that people like.  I think that's something they have in development now, and I'm excited to see what comes out of it

post #356 of 622

Really like showing off the weft on the Green Wefts.

post #357 of 622
looks great with the king aldens
post #358 of 622
My standard fit broken weave jeans are in transit from Gustin (last scanned in Vancouver BC) I should see them later this week.
post #359 of 622
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My standard fit broken weave jeans are in transit from Gustin (last scanned in Vancouver BC) I should see them later this week.
What is your order number? Trying to work out when my heavy 'mercans will ship
post #360 of 622
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What is your order number? Trying to work out when my heavy 'mercans will ship

Gustin shipped the broken weaves last week My guess, maybe this week? My jeans are going to arrive either tomorrow or Wednesday.
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