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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Watch out gosurf, Socal's dick might fall off again because you didn't post actual photographs.
     
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    Watch out gosurf, Socal's dick might fall off again because you didn't post actual photographs.
    Huh, those are actual photographs, not that it matters.
     
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    Yves St Laurent deerskin tote (The softest leather I've ever touched.....ever):
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    you and your beautiful hand bags
     
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    mtgguy777 Well-Known Member

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    I bought some Gap selvedge jeans at a local clothing exchange. Don't know much about them other than it says "Authentic Japanese Denim" on the waist, 1969 on the leather label, appear to be raw (a little blue comes off when I rub them hard enough), has a selvedge coin pocket and has a blue selvedge line. Can anyone ID them?

    Looks decent for $15 though
     
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    kert Well-Known Member

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    I bought some Gap selvedge jeans at a local clothing exchange. Don't know much about them other than it says "Authentic Japanese Denim" on the waist, 1969 on the leather label, appear to be raw (a little blue comes off when I rub them hard enough), has a selvedge coin pocket and has a blue selvedge line. Can anyone ID them?

    Looks decent for $15 though


    gap came out with some raw denim last year. they were called "gap goughs". those sound similar.
     
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    whacked Senior member

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    ^^ Those aren't the Gough, which come with plain white patch. I think they're the ones sold a bit afterwards.

    Don't know about those, but the Gough are quite nice.
     
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    Just got this 59/50 from HUF today. Not only did they keep me waiting for two weeks, but the hat is defective. You can kind of see especially in the second picture, the slant in the top. I'm so done with this intentional scarcity/treat me like a hypebeast/Supreme BS. Screw these guys, the return will arrive on Monday.[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Willsw Senior member

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    I bought some Gap selvedge jeans at a local clothing exchange. Don't know much about them other than it says "Authentic Japanese Denim" on the waist, 1969 on the leather label, appear to be raw (a little blue comes off when I rub them hard enough), has a selvedge coin pocket and has a blue selvedge line. Can anyone ID them?

    Looks decent for $15 though


    I have them, posted pictures about a year ago in the Pictures of Denim thread. They're nice enough for me, as my other pair of jeans are Uniqlos from last Fall, which are now faded a bit much. I've never understood why the selvedge is floppy and wider than on nicer jeans.
     
  9. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    Watch out gosurf, Socal's dick might fall off again because you didn't post actual photographs.

    Going to be upset that it won't be in your mouth anymore then?
     
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    Got this stuff in the mail today based on Corter's recommendation, and it's awesome. Gave my new wallet and belt a really soft feel. Also fun to apply with bare hands, had never done that before. Get it!
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    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    RRL grey chambray shirt from ebay. A little blousy - going to have it taken in a bit. [​IMG]
     
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    xchen Senior member

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    Baron, that's nice. I like that there's no distressing and also that the detailing is that of a normal shirt and not a western shirt. If there was a small available I'd consider getting it. Is it selvage?
     
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    Baron, grey chambray shirt looks good. Could I get a closeup photo of the material? I ordered the EG gray chambray from Gary and wanted to compare.
     
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    So how you like it? Apparently Eddie Bauer thinks all size L middle-aged men are also obese. Fit me like a sack around the waist. I almost decided to return it for a medium but then I decided to do some simple tailoring. I took out the sewing kit and brought in my jacket's waistband by about 4 inches, basically cinching up the elastic side panels, and now it looks great. It was falling way too low and now rides up more where a jacket like this should. Plus the cinching gives it that classic pouching at that bottom. Took about a half an hour.

    Nice work.

    I actually like the fit of my jacket a lot. The sleeves are a tad longer than I'd like, but the jacket falls right at my belt line, and fortunately I don't have the "sack-like" fit around the waist. Not bad for $38.
     
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    So I'm thinking about buying a Stetson hat on Zappos. I need a good hat because my haircut is a short buzzcut, and I don't like going out in the sun without some kind of cover.

    They range from around 70 to 180 bucks and more. Worth it? Anybody else into Stetsons or hats in general? I'm looking at the Weekender perhaps. I'll try to post some image links.
     
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