Dickies 1922

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    That's some straight prison steez.
     
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    overpriced military surplus IMO
     
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    I met the woman of the, Dickies archive from TX (Fort Worth ) and, showed me a paper printed out, with all the known labels . She told me that they, were going to reproduce to the, exact specific although I told her that, I think many of the crotch would hang too, long .
     
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    I met the woman of the, Dickies archive from TX (Fort Worth ) and, showed me a paper printed out, with all the known labels . She told me that they, were going to reproduce to the, exact specific although I told her that, I think many of the crotch would hang too, long .

    Off topic, but when I was reading your post in my head, I kept pausing when a comma came up. Is something wrong with your comma key? ha.
     
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    Off topic, but when I was reading your post in my head, I kept pausing when a comma came up. Is something wrong with your comma key? ha.


    My keys are fine, son maybe it's your, contact ? Time to call the, optometrist .
     
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    They do look a little baggy
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    I can see how the shirt if not sized right could be baggy, but how does one tell that a pair pants, not on a person, are too baggy?
     
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    That's some straight prison steez.

    I plan on accessorizing the look with a pair of Vans velcro strap sneakers and a home-made gang tattoo
     
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    I can see how the shirt if not sized right could be baggy, but how does one tell that a pair pants, not on a person, are too baggy?

    Hem to waist ratio is a big clue. Five buttons, too. I got jeans with three...
     
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    They look so baggy.

    Actual repro workwear, not slimmed down Japanese make-believe...
     
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    Hem to waist ratio is a big clue. Five buttons, too. I got jeans with three...

    Hem = Inseam?

    Also, I can see where the number of buttons determine the rise, but does the rise contribute to the bagginess (or lack thereof)? Thanks.
     
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    That's some straight prison steez.

    lol this is what I thought.

    ps why are all these pleb brands trying to cash in on WORKWEAR now jeez. like, don't they realize they're just cheap copies of EG??? (10)
     
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    Nice, fabric looks promising. If the pants are 100% cotton and end up in Stockholm..
     

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