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Dickies 1922

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by lemmywinks, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. lemmywinks

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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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    vaclava krishna Senior member

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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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    Nice, fabric looks promising. If the pants are 100% cotton and end up in Stockholm..
    hahahahahahahaha
     
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    My keys are fine, son maybe it's your, contact ? Time to call the, optometrist .

    Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome William Shatner to the forums!
     
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    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.


    No, he means how wide the leg opening is at the ankle. These have a pretty wide ankle (hem) and so lack any real taper ergo they will be a bit baggy.

    Personally, I kind of like them, I hope the fabric is good, could see rocking them with chucks and a wife beater for a little Cali gangster steez.
     
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    I grew up in Southern California in the '90s and saw too many gangsters wearing size 40 Dickies.

    Therefore, I associate Dickies with gangsters, cholos or lower-class laborers. There is no reason to post this in this forum.
     
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    Janitor steeze, awesome
     

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