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Compared to the olive pair I have these are stiffer and hold more structure, however the trade off is they are not as soft thus less comfortable imo. I sized down to an xs in these and the tie dye fit a tad smaller than my olive pair in the same size. I took a tape measure to a couple areas and confirmed this.

I think I could go tts in the tie dye because of the structure the pants provide. When I went tts in the olives they were very sloppy from the knee down, the weight on the tie dye will help with that. Overall I think these are cool but are too busy for my liking. Gotta return these and pray to the JE gods for a restock on the black pair.
The fit on those looks great, not into the color though.
 

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The founder Zaki is real cool. Started off in the sneaker game and ended up creating Steadbrook. Crazy story dealing with robberies/break ins and all
Was in a Denver shop this weekend, called Steadbrook. They are going to start carrying JE, which will be the first shop in CO I believe (might be one in Aspen too, but that is like 3.5+ hours away). I picked up a pair of Japan Blue denim for $43 there this weekend
 

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@MIKE_JE how does the inseam length of the new Kane compare to the Daze? Are they both 31.8”? If I remember correctly in the podcast John said the Kane were slightly longer.
 

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The cargo thing must be the new iterations. I have the charcoal and olive cargos from the OG drop, whatever season the Sahara’s were from. Can’t remember the name at the moment but I wore the shit out of them both that summer and the fw after, never had issues.
 

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@MIKE_JE how does the inseam length of the new Kane compare to the Daze? Are they both 31.8”? If I remember correctly in the podcast John said the Kane were slightly longer.
Link to the podcast? Iv'e heard it mentioned here but never been able to find it.
 

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Jesus I've been scared to wear my cargos bc of this!
To be fair, it's not to the point that there's a visible, gaping hole. It's more like a seam has gotten loose, which is concerning yes, but not a huge deal.

All in all it is a bit of a shame, since I love how they look/fit.
 

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Compared to the olive pair I have these are stiffer and hold more structure, however the trade off is they are not as soft thus less comfortable imo. I sized down to an xs in these and the tie dye fit a tad smaller than my olive pair in the same size. I took a tape measure to a couple areas and confirmed this.

I think I could go tts in the tie dye because of the structure the pants provide. When I went tts in the olives they were very sloppy from the knee down, the weight on the tie dye will help with that. Overall I think these are cool but are too busy for my liking. Gotta return these and pray to the JE gods for a restock on the black pair.
I’m glad I went tts in the camo based on your review.
 

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To be fair, it's not to the point that there's a visible, gaping hole. It's more like a seam has gotten loose, which is concerning yes, but not a huge deal.

All in all it is a bit of a shame, since I love how they look/fit.
Just get it repaired now before it blows out, I’m sure your tailor can reinforce it as well
 

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