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Help Identifying Jeans

twin8885

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I know this is probably really vague, but I thought it would be worth a shot.

I tried on a pair of jeans today that I loved, but I didn't catch the name and was hoping someone would know it. The jeans came in a one wash and a raw denim, the one wash was a salvage and it retailed for 250. The back pocket had a brown sorta painted on half an inch stripe going diagonal up the bottom of the pocket. Where the label is usually stitched on the back waiste, it was a brown printed on bar with the name written on it (I couldn't read it).

Hope this helps, I know its not a new company and its been around for a while.

Thanks in advance.

Parker
 

Arethusa

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Both Evisu and G Star do prints on the back pockets, but I don't know of either printing the back label as well. I'm sure there are other brands that do it.
 

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It wasn't either of the two. I am familiar with both, the back pockets were both plain except for a tiny painted on stripe. I am pretty sure the name of the company was 3 words.
 

twin8885

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I called and figured it out, its a company called Finn. Has anyone ever heard of them?
 

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