Rogue Territory: Handmade Denim Goods

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mpcec, Oct 26, 2009.

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  1. polska.dave

    polska.dave Member

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    So ive had a pair of SK for a while and just began to be able to fit in them (they got put away to be sold and it never happened.) Now that I can button them up, how much stretch should I expect? While they button up easy, a little stretch room would be great. Otherwise marketplace. Either way, really nice product!
     


  2. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    You mean in the waist? An inch or two from the original measurement.
     


  3. Rogue Territory

    Rogue Territory Senior member

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    They'll definitely stretch about an inch in the waist, hip and seat and half an inch in the knee.
     


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    lummers13 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone who's even considering picking up a pair of the ISCs, I'd do so in a heartbeat. With each new pair I get from RGT, they end up becoming my favorite pair. First my RK 6oz denim, now this pair. Great fit, the color hasn't bled on any of my white shirts, and they've softened up in a unique way compared to raw denim. Big thumbs up to Karl :slayer:
     


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    cyc wid it Senior member

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    That nutmeg collaboration with need supply looks really nice. Any plans for another run?
     


  8. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I don't know about bleeding onto shirts but I've had bluehand big time with mine.

    I'll post pics tomorrow.
     


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    Thanks! I'm releasing 3 new colors in the Ar-G trousers for the Holidays...Black, navy, and a bronze khaki color. They should be available in the next week or 2.

    Nutmeg will be available in the beginning of the new year.
     


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    Thanks! Glad you're enjoying them!
     


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    uninkco Senior member

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    Karl, if I am a natural 34 waist, what size in the RK ISC's would i need? A size 33 with a waistband measurement of 35 with stretch might be too big.
     


  12. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I'd definitely go down to a 33 if you want a slimmer fit that looks like the fit model on the website. I went TTS and it stretched out immediately to a regular fit; it's not a bad thing but the break-in was a lot easier than I expected it to be. My only caution would be to make sure of your knee/leg measurements if sizing down.

    I've been wearing my ISCs for a few weeks now and absolutely love them. The canvas has a stiff, coated feel that softens up after a few wears. Mine are fading pretty quickly around the creases and friction points, making it easy to see bright blueberry peeking out. It's pretty much an experiment at this point because I have no idea how canvas like this will look worn down the line.

    There just isn't anything else like it out on the market. Few people are working with canvas and those that are seem to be using the exact same selvage duck from Cone (Roy, LVC, etc.) The fact that the ISC's canvas has denim-like qualities not only makes it unique but also makes for a bridge between the denimhead and the casual wearer. The fit and finish also make the brand in general stand out.


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    Awwww man now I gotta decide if I wanna wait it out or just grab the bronze...decisions decisions
     


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    captainfunk Senior member

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    I feel like RT needs more love on SF. Fantastic product. I have both the 6oz RKs and the ISC RKs and they are incredible. I got 33s but I almost wish I got the 32s (i'm losing a bit a weight now). Regardless, I sincerely hope Karl releases more pants in the RK cut. What say you, Karl?
     


  15. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I'm working on a full interview with him so hopefully he'll get the exposure he needs on here.
     


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