Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Brian SD, Apr 15, 2005.
Studio D'Artisan 21oz jeans I imagine these can stand up on their own.
yes.. they must be very resistant
first for being high quality selvage, second for the weight
Is it bullet-proof?
I hear they do the distressing with a mace.
The breaking-in period is "the term of your natural life".
They get their first wash during your wake, you have to put it in your will.
"You never actually own a Studio d'Artisan, you merely look after it for the next generation"
Begin your own tradition.
I'm looking after some of the Studio D'Artisan left hand twill boot cuts. I'm not sure if I want those or the veggie indigo "tight straight."
Both are nice. Veg indigo 103s especially.
Yea those are the ones I'm considering. I would by default go that way as I really want a pair of veg indigo jeans, but I also like the bootcut of the SD-1002, as well as the left hand twill which should make some nice vertical fading...
The Lefties are nice. I've only seen (so far, in the flesh) LHs in the 101 style (high back).
The 103s are kinda like a Levi's 66. Low back yoke.
BTW Denime released a 21oz pair a month or two ago.
That was enlightening.
Thanks for grave-digging a thread six years old.
junk poster, can we just remove him please... kthanksbye
Six years ago you could talk about bootcuts without getting killed.
My jeans are 22 oz.
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