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Rogue Territory: Handmade Denim Goods

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

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  1. whodini

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    Swung by AmRag today to check out the line and hang out with the RT crew. If Karl had a mini fridge stocked with beer I might have had to reserve his corner for my bachelor party. Seriously, I had a good time chewing the fat. Going over these photos it wouldn't be hard to see how this line could do really well on the forum. Some of the pieces, like the overdyed workshirt which I really enjoyed, make for a great alternative for the workwear crowd that's looking for something more niche. As far as the denim goes, it's sourced from either Cone or the Japan bigshots like Kiahara, Kurabo, etc. Selvage flys, selvage coin pocket, pen pocket inside the rear backpocket, inside pocket bag transfer by hand, etc. Unfortunately, I didn't get a shot of the pocket bag lining but it was definitely cool. [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Products look absolutely amazing, and you get a shit ton of respect for having a well done, easy to navigate website. I think it will help exponentially with getting exposure for the brand.

    Just a question about fits - there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of difference between the Stanton and the Standard Issue -- is it just slightly more taper from the knee down?
     
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    Products look absolutely amazing, and you get a shit ton of respect for having a well done, easy to navigate website. I think it will help exponentially with getting exposure for the brand.

    Just a question about fits - there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of difference between the Stanton and the Standard Issue -- is it just slightly more taper from the knee down?



    Thanks dude, the website definitely took a minute to setup.

    Standard Issue vs Stanton - the standard issue has a higher front and back rise. the thigh is a bit bigger and the leg opening is a little bit smaller. There are also aesthetic differences. the back yoke has a more extreme angle to it and is larger. the back pockets are also lower and the belt loops are wider.
     
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    Has anybody purchased or tried on the work trousers?
    Thoughts?
     
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    I purchased the work trouser sample from Karl. When I receive them I will post some thoughts and some pics.
     
  6. whodini

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    I purchased the work trouser sample from Karl. When I receive them I will post some thoughts and some pics.
    Ha... You're the dude, huh? He mentioned you yesterday when he showed them to me.
     
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    Yep. Hopefully he had good things to say. Thanks for the pics. they look great, and certainly make me want to visit the next time I'm in LA, which could be a long time off....
     
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    I've tried on work trouser at Craft store and they are pretty slim for work pants. The color of pants is very intense and looks pretty good (not with 37 inches inseam!). Instead I got the Standard in 31 and I haven't had a time to wear it yet.
     
  9. acidboy

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    so how can we non-Angelenos get them?
     
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    so how can we non-Angelenos get them?
    Check your AA miles balance, dumbass.
     
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    I purchased the work trouser sample from Karl. When I receive them I will post some thoughts and some pics.

    Ha... You're the dude, huh? He mentioned you yesterday when he showed them to me.

    haha, I attempted to get them too. I called as soon as I found out, but alas I was too late. I thought for sure whodini picked them up, as he mentioned he was going to go. Well played oboy, well played.
     
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    haha, I attempted to get them too. I called as soon as I found out, but alas I was too late. I thought for sure whodini picked them up, as he mentioned he was going to go. Well played oboy, well played.
    Don't think the wheels weren't turning to tell Karl how unforunate it would be if he were misplace that sample... I believe there will be more of that fabric for the next production, good news for us all.
     
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    Check your AA miles balance, dumbass.

    I already did, doofus and not only can I get a free pass going there next year, I have even some miles left to go here this Christmas and feel miserable about the sun and heat.
     
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    If that's your way of inviting me, I'm not that easy.

    But throw in some San Miguel and a couple siopao and I'm in.
     
  16. acidboy

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    here you go [​IMG] and you're more than welcome to fly out here too!
     
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    I still really want to purchase a double indigo work shirt...But I need to save my funds for a substantial winter coat...So maybe in a few weeks if these last that long...
     
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    That nukka looks like Pacman

    Real men drink Red Horse
     
  19. oboy_oboy

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    haha, I attempted to get them too. I called as soon as I found out, but alas I was too late. I thought for sure whodini picked them up, as he mentioned he was going to go. Well played oboy, well played.

    Cheers! I wrote an email explaining why I was the worthy recipient, and I did put some effort into it. If for some reason they don't fit I'll let you know!
     
  20. acidboy

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    That nukka looks like Pacman

    Real men drink Red Horse


    I scoff at people who call Red Horse "beer"
     

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