SOLD - Rare Sugar Cane and Co. Japanese denim jeans purchased from the legendary Hinoya store in Tokyo. Barely worn with no fades yet, only selling as I've lost a bit of weight and these wouldn't fit without some serious waist alterations. Have no alterations or hemming thus far.
It's 1945. You're a Navy man out on leave wandering the backstreets of Ginza in Tokyo, and maybe you're a few Sapporos deep. As you peruse the stalls hawking festive kimonos and jazz records that nestle against the block-wide department stores—now requisitioned as military Post Exchanges—you...
Bought this from Rodeo Bros. over in Japan. Pretty sure you can't find this one in the US at all. Great piece with really nice details.
Sleeve length: 23"
For sale is a pair of Sugar Cane 1947's. Bought around 2008/09, at Klaxon Howl, in Toronto. I eventually lost 40lbs and so the Canes passed on to my dad, who no longer wears them. These 47's are uncommon in that they were the last year Sugar Cane produced the red Canes label on the back pocket...
Description from Self Edge
Sugar Cane's newest model, the 2009 Straight Fitted jean is a straight leg jean that's slightly on the fitted slim side, but is not a slim tight jean.Great for those looking for something between slim and straight.
Description from me
Size just isn't right for me so...
No longer available, thanks
These jeans are awesome, the denim is awesome, the cut is perfect... but they shrank more than I expected in the wash. These jeans have been soaked, worn, and then washed 1x. Photos here show post-wash measurements. Hemming was chain stitched by Self Edge.
Jeans are in excellent condition, worn only a few times. These are a very rare pair of Sugar Canes from one of their older collections, this it the 1955 lot.
Brand: Sugar Cane
Bottoms Size (Men's): 33
Style: Classic, Straight Leg...