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Post pics of your denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mike C., May 16, 2005.

  1. NathanBB

    NathanBB Member

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    Edwin Ed-49 Japanese Rainbow Selvedge.
    I have been wearing this model type for about a decade and I simply am not looking forward to when I wear the current ones out. [​IMG]
    Great fit and slight taper into a boot cut.
    They fade out after a couple of years and are bullet proof in most respects. Extra bonus points as they do not have a zip fly.
    I rotate these with a pair of Denim Demon and Pike brothers jeans.
    I don't cut off the excess and prefer to wear them cuffed long, cos reasons.
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  2. jonthegold

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    Wore my scotch and soda jeans for the rituals event
     
  3. Farhandwii

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    Special Roll 21 oz

    I really love with this denim, i've been wearing this almost 7 month without washing just 1 insoak in first month.
    i really appreciate with this denim mills, they have a beautiful vertical fades and i really like it honestly
     
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  4. NodnarbGarb

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    This is my pair of 2 yr old Rogue Territory SKs. I wore them pretty much every day—but did not do too much activity in them, and had a crotch blow out for about half the time I had them. I just repaired the crotch for the second time. Tyler and Rain from IndigoProof used their darning machine and did an amazing job. I definitely recommend them for crotch blow outs.

    I will be wearing and doing a lot more activities in them this summer!

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  5. nsubrmnn

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    How did you wash them? Soak? Hand wash? Threw them in the washing machine? And how did you dry? Hang?
     
  6. kiya

    kiya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    All my washes are in a washing machine with detergent and they were line/air dried while hung over a shower rod.
     
  7. wonsmithr8

    wonsmithr8 Senior member

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    Railcar Fine Goods Spikes x012
    Worn around 19 months
    Countless washes
    1 repair (crotch darned)

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  8. kiya

    kiya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    My Stevenson 727 jeans. 3 years and 2 months of wear, 22 washes, 5 repairs (at SESF, SELA, SEPDX, and self-repaired twice while in Mexico). I love these jeans, everything from the super functional curved rear pockets to the way every stitch and fold ages is pure perfection.

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  9. kiya

    kiya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Sugar Cane 2009, owned by one of our customers from SEPDX.
    She bought these from us 2 years ago, they look so damn good.

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  10. Astronaut888

    Astronaut888 Senior member

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    SC 2009 with about 6yrs wear
    recently repaired (knees, left leg opening, right pocket bag)

    Were my first decent denim purchase / well, after a disastrous try with some Kicking Mule 1980s
     
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  11. Chop Chop

    Chop Chop Senior member

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    Decided to give Denimio a try. Ordered on Monday, arrived today! Strike Gold 5105. Fit is exactly what I was looking for. Also showing FH2001 about three years old.

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  12. kiya

    kiya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Jeans: Stevenson 727
    Worn for: 3.5 Years
    Washes: 27
    Repairs: 6

    I’m finally retiring my Stevenson 727 jeans. They have 3.5 years of constant wear, 27 machine washes, 6 repairs (at SESF, SEPDX, SELA, and I hand-repaired them twice while in Mexico). I love these jeans, everything from the super functional curved rear pockets to the way every stitch and fold ages is pure perfection. Retiring a pair of jeans that you’ve worn for almost 4 years is a rewarding experience. Going into that new jean feels both jarring and exciting; for the first time I’m going from one jean to another and they’re both made of the same denim but with slightly different details and a different fit. My next jean is Stevenson’s 714 Valencia model.

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