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post #16 of 307
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Serg, you'd be very surprised.. Both of the shirts are very wearable and aren't as out there as the rest of the line once you get to try them on..

If I lived anywhere near SF I would..... Always though about moving to san fran but then I may as well directly deposit my paychecks to selfedge.
post #17 of 307
Those are very interesting details on the jeans. That Chambray shirt is amazing fabric. This is great stuff.

The chart shows a 36.5" inseam for a 36" pant. Is that the actual length or after washing length?
post #18 of 307
I personally love that denim bag. What a nice/unique piece.
post #19 of 307
Yes, the bag is incredible--who has that money though?
post #20 of 307
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Originally Posted by the etruscan View Post
Jeans are really cool, not dark enough, but really cool. Of course, after wearing them for 15 minutes and constantly failing to stick my hand in the non-existent right front pocket, I went half-insane.
I'd say that these are not the kind of jeans to come in a deep dark blue.
The denim Mister Freedom had exclusively developped is really something, it reminds me most of a bluer version of the Edo-Ai denim, and has an amazing streakyness when you look closesly at it (wich pops out more after a soak btw). It fades really nice aswell...

I see what you mean, with the lack of a frontpocket, but the zippocket is also ideal to hook your thumb in and look cool! Ahaha...
post #21 of 307
what's the price range for this line (clothes)
post #22 of 307
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Originally Posted by Fade to Black View Post
what's the price range for this line (clothes)
From Self Edge: Chambray Shirt 240 Denim Shirt 270 Jeans 380 Coat 590 Bag 490 Its obviously high but not obnoxiously so in my opinion (The shirts are around what EG charges I believe). Its enough that I'd want to see it person but that chambray shirt looks great, and not really that overpriced.
post #23 of 307
those prices sounds higher than i expected but judging from the pics i'm sure they're warranted...iirc that's 45 RPMs price range in the US and based on those pics it looks like this stuff is on par in terms of construction. cool...i wouldn't mind copping a shirt

the jeans aren't my style, but i like em because they remind me of a YY indigo dyed cotton twill pant from this season
post #24 of 307
I like the look of the Mister Freedom line, esp the chambray shirt. Now all I need is some extra money to buy one.
post #25 of 307
Damn. If I had the money I'd get the jacket immediately
post #26 of 307
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
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This shirt is phat!
post #27 of 307
The only thing I would possibly consider wearing is the chambray shirt but everything is awesome.

It looks great.
post #28 of 307
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Originally Posted by Klemins View Post
Damn. If I had the money I'd get the jacket immediately

x2. Luckily it is out of stock in my size so the temptation isn't as bad
post #29 of 307
The bag is quite amazing too but its 500 and not something I could use everyday.
post #30 of 307
store looks cool. Who and I are gonna check it out this weekend on our man-date
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