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Mister Freedom by Sugar Cane (TOYO)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kiya, Apr 24, 2008.

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    Some evo pics from my 7161s. They have about 25 days of wear on them (no washes), and fading is just starting to come through. The Hawaii denim seems to fade a little more quickly than the oki denim. A tiny bit of fading along the edges of the cargo pocket [​IMG] A little fading along the edge of the fly, but I just noticed that the inner button placket is Edo Ai. [​IMG] Speaking of Edo Ai, the cinch is starting to fade. [​IMG] The most pronounced fading is on the Hawaii denim anywhere on the lap. This is the front of the left pocket. [​IMG]
     
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    The Edo Ai is beautiful. Thanks for the update Z!
     
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    are there any fit pics anywhere of the off duty workshirt collab with Jcrew?
     
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    are there any fit pics anywhere of the off duty workshirt collab with Jcrew?

    What collab with J.Crew?
    There's no such thing as a J.Crew collab shirt.
     
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    Ok--the Mister Freedom off duty workshirt that is being SOLD at J Crew. My apologies.
     
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    I sold mine to Zissou awhile back. He's got a few fit pics of them in waywt in you dig around.
     
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    Kiya, thank you.

    You actually have my size too....I'd rather buy from you then J Crew as it is.
     
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    ^ Good to see you on styleforum, welcome aboard!
     
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    Some wear on the rider dungarees.
    www.banditphotgrapher.com


    Great shot Cory. BTW, the link to your blog is broken...
     
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    Hey Guys, Thanks for the compliments. Thanks Fiddy I fixed the link.
     
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    ^^Cory, your blog is amazing--I am totally captivated. Please come down to Austin, Texas and take some shots!
     
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    ^^^ That jacket is awesome.
     
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    Yeah, quoting an old post, but it brings up a question--is there much of a difference in build or fabric quality between MF and other Toyo-produced brands? I get that he's bringing his own design to the table and that commands more money, but (the example I've been eying) there doesn't seem to be much of a difference between the MF Road Champ boots and the Lone Wolf engineer boots. All leather sole vs NOS cat's paw and maybe slightly better goodyear stitching doesn't seem to add up to a $300 price difference.

    Tom

    At this point, it's not going to be easy at all to find one. You'd be better of going with a Buzz Rickson Deck Jacket, which is very similar but has "US NAVY" on the back. And, it's half the price.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Any info on that vest eltopo?
     
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    Yeah, quoting an old post, but it brings up a question--is there much of a difference in build or fabric quality between MF and other Toyo-produced brands? I get that he's bringing his own design to the table and that commands more money, but (the example I've been eying) there doesn't seem to be much of a difference between the MF Road Champ boots and the Lone Wolf engineer boots. All leather sole vs NOS cat's paw and maybe slightly better goodyear stitching doesn't seem to add up to a $300 price difference.

    Tom


    I don't have an answer to your question, but I would also like to learn more about Mister Freedom and Toyo Enterprises. Toyo's website is, well, a bit difficult to navigate. And by a bit I mean extremely.
     

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