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Left Field NYC Clothing Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eltopo, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. Jay-D

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    Full size run restock of this denim will be here in a few days. Several 33s and 34s for those who missed out on the first shipment.

    This week we received our first denim from Left Field and I am very impressed with the quality of construction and the fit. The white oak fabric is soft, comfortable, and easy to wear. Cost is $165. Here are some details:

    Established in 1998, Left Field focuses on details of the fabrics and craftsmanship. Designed by Christian McCann and based in New York City, Left Field is 100% made in USA and draws inspiration from early America.
    * This denim is made from White Oak Cone denim from North Carolina. The denim combines a modern cut with vintage details.
    * Slim in the legs with a medium rise and made with a one wash fabric ready to wear (shrinking on these will be minimal)
    * Calf leather patch
    * Hidden back pocket rivets
    * Left Field custom engraved Scovill copper rivets and hardware
    * White selvedge lines
    * Chainstitched hems
    * Doughnut buttons
    * pocket bags use bandanas that are also made in USA
    * 100% cotton
    * Made in USA
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    Click here for more information: http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999977
     


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  3. oboy_oboy

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    Jay,

    Any chance you will stock the LF Canvas Trousers, ideally in brown? The black selvedge is pretty sweet, too, but I'm looking for the brown in a 30.
     


  4. Jay-D

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    Jay,

    Any chance you will stock the LF Canvas Trousers, ideally in brown? The black selvedge is pretty sweet, too, but I'm looking for the brown in a 30.


    Sorry, no canvas right now, but we will be stocking a couple different chinos in fall which I really liked the fabric, cut, and construction.
     


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    How well do Left Fields fade? I am trying to decide between these and 3sixteens. Help me out.
     


  6. Jay-D

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    How well do Left Fields fade? I am trying to decide between these and 3sixteens. Help me out.

    It is a nice weight and holds its indigo very well. Should fade nicely!
     


  7. oboy_oboy

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    These came up in a search I was doing for something else. good deal if you're a 32 (which according to BiG is more like 33.5").
     


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    ^those look like a strange fit....
     


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    I like what I'm seeing with that notch-lapel cardigan.
     


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    ^those look like a strange fit....
    yeah, i agree. but that could be the mannequin. hard to know...
     


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    Coming this fall! Blue Owl exclusive Left Field Kiahara Japanese Selvedge
    The fabric is from the respected Kiahara denim mill of Japan with a beautiful slubby texture, weight perfect for all year wear, and a rainbow selvedge that speaks for itself. Made in the USA. More details to come!
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    Coming this fall! Blue Owl exclusive Left Field Kiahara Japanese Selvedge
    The fabric is from the respected Kiahara denim mill of Japan with a beautiful slubby texture, weight perfect for all year wear, and a rainbow selvedge that speaks for itself. Made in the USA. More details to come!
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    Those look awesome!
     


  13. displacedsoutherner

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    Is Left Field planning on doing a tweed denim again?? I really wish I had snagged a pair.
     


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    ^I sure hope so, next time in longer inseams, please.

    That is some crazy selvage, Jay!
     


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    This looks like the SF x Epaulet flannel.

    It looks fantastic, but yeah, it does look like I've seen it somewhere before.
     


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