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mods please leave that beefywear post up forever :rotflmao:

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^ srsly. I can't decide what my favorite part is. Reads like embarrassing internal brand guidelines copy.
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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.

Ok cool, type 3 prob for me. Where to buy on sale? Haah
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You can probably fit type 2 if you size up; I'm a 30 in type 3 but a 32 in type 2. The main difference for me is the fit in the waist and top block, with the 32 type being looser but still with a nice taper and room in the thigh. I can deadlift while wearing the type 2
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Got the jeans back, they are half-scab now. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Jesus, you weren't kidding about beating the crap out of your jeans. Where did you end up getting them repaired and how much was it?

Any misgivings or complaints? I've heard that jeans that have been darned have a raised lump on the inside that makes them uncomfortable to wear.
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does anyone have any experience with some sort of mail in dyeing service? i just bought an eg chore jacket that is dark grey and i want it to be black. ive heard that it is hard to dye clothes black at home.
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does anyone have any experience with some sort of mail in dyeing service? i just bought an eg chore jacket that is dark grey and i want it to be black. ive heard that it is hard to dye clothes black at home.

I've used dylon dye to dye a number of things. It's really not difficult at all. I believe rit dye is also popular.
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How over-zealous are condition ratings on Rakuten? Like, if something has been graded as 'Acceptable', but looks fine from the photos, is that the seller being cautious/harsh?

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How over-zealous are condition ratings on Rakuten? Like, if something has been graded as 'Acceptable', but looks fine from the photos, is that the seller being cautious/harsh?

A Japanese C is an American A  

 

I once bought a pair of Guidi boots that were clearly brand new, with pristine soles.  The only issue was a slight bit of sight discoloration that could easily have happened at the factory, seeing how many pair with slight blemishes there are in stores, just because of how the boots are made.

 

About $560 for a pair of boots that typically go for $1250+ in the states.

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On the flipside, the Dries shirt I just picked up came with an awfully sweat stained collar. Most of my JP purchases have been better than expected quality wise though.
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Thanks for the info guys, enabling some Remi Relief purchases (with rigorous collar checking beforehand...) :fonz: 

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On the flipside, the Dries shirt I just picked up came with an awfully sweat stained collar. Most of my JP purchases have been better than expected quality wise though.

when are we getting a fit of said dries shirt

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does anyone have any experience with some sort of mail in dyeing service? i just bought an eg chore jacket that is dark grey and i want it to be black. ive heard that it is hard to dye clothes black at home.



Can you try these guys out and report back ?


http://www.tezomeya.com/en/
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I've got a mission workshop going strong for over 3 years



Cannot recommend mission workshop enough, great bag
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Spotted Omar from The Wire wearing Rick.

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