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Jean question for Get Smart

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Hey GS, I recall you posting a link to some jeans made by a guy in LA. Kinda of classic 501 style jeans with a plain back pocket. Maybe a motorcycle in there somewhere. Anyway, if you remember what it was, would you mind posting the link again? Thanks, mate.
 

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Evil Denim was the name of the brand. IIRC he mentioned they were shut down by Levis.
 

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Yeah, Glory sounds right.
Edit: I just read your post on Thrifting LA. That's it, Glory. Do you have a link? I was just in LA this week. I'll have to check it when I get back down there.
 

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Parker, yea it's Glory

http://www.gloryutility-japan.com/

fit is straightleg, slim but not skinny (very similar to slim jim) and selvage

it's one of my favorites and gets worn quite a bit. i believe it is $150 more or less

*Evil was the other LA local brand that got shut down as Minya pointed out. it was a '37 buckleback repro
 

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