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Any other brands I should keep an eye on? I know there's Filson but I haven't found anything from them yet that catches my attention.

How about leather? I've got one of his shoulder bags and it's held up really well:

http://www.htleather.co.uk/satchels/large-bookbag

I think depending on options that's around your budget given the appalling state of our currency.
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there was some milsurp talk a few months (a year?) ago in regards to backpacks. didn't rais recommend a u.s. army backpack?
post #11328 of 13790
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I imagine it would, depending on the intended fit of the piece. I tried on a Ring coat a couple of weeks ago and because it's roomy, the Size 1 was good for me.

Love my master piece bag!
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there was some milsurp talk a few months (a year?) ago in regards to backpacks. didn't rais recommend a u.s. army backpack?


Type "3D military bag" in eBay. These are about $30 shipped. Polyurethane-lined, 600D nylon. There are a lot of colours available. Mine is still going strong.

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Rothco is another cheap option, although Rais' suggestion above looks much cooler. You can find Rothco's online for like $30-ish.

If you dont mind spending the money, my Master Piece is one of my favorite bags though. Bought a Rothco just to check out and try some distressing techniques, but never really got around to it. MP is obviously a lot better built. Better materials/ trimmings, cooler looking, lots of nice design features, etc.

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Jansport, look no further fam

post #11332 of 13790
The studio line from Herschel Supply is also a good option for weather proof backpacks.

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Got the jeans back, they are half-scab now.




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I've got a mission workshop going strong for over 3 years

 

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This seasons Sacai x Hender are so much better than last season

 

I liked the sandals but was kinda let down. It's kind of a typical strappy sandal, was hoping for something a bit more out there (like the other HS sandals)

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What are some of the better stretch jeans? I like my APC PS but I'm getting old and need some stretch haha. I tried to APC stretch, Acne, and Uniqlo and the denim feels like paper. I was looking at Bonobos but figured I have better options that I dont know of. Essentially I'd like a minimal pant ala our legacy or APC with some stretch that have a decent weight/quality to the denim
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Obviously I will say Geller - The denim is on the lighter side but def doesn't feel like papery like the 'qlo jawns. I don't know the actual weights but it feels like a summer weight - 11oz or so - denim and the 2% stretch is enough to give you comfort with feeling like jeggings. 

The John Elliott ones feel nice but they don't fit me, and the washes are very hit and miss.

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APC does have a few models with stretch (at least for the PNS cut), but I'm partial to Acne myself. Ace cut is best cut, and not that tough to find under retail
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Obviously I will say Geller - The denim is on the lighter side but def doesn't feel like papery like the 'qlo jawns. I don't know the actual weights but it feels like a summer weight - 11oz or so - denim and the 2% stretch is enough to give you comfort with feeling like jeggings. 
The John Elliott ones feel nice but they don't fit me, and the washes are very hit and miss.

I do like my Geller denim jacket with a lil stretch. What shops online are a good stockist for Geller? And is there multiple cuts? My thighs def shrunk, I'm 156lbs now but still require athletic thigh cut.
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Type 1 (skinniest), Type 2 (slim), Type 3 (straight, but still slim).

 

So far there's been black, off white, 3-year fade and 5-year fade, and there is a "raw grey" coming soon apparently.

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