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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sho'nuff, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    maybe Sho'Nuff needs to take a drive to LA and check out Kill City on melrose (where RyeGB is the designer)....they have really skinny jeans in "unique" washes and colors
     


  2. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    I like some of the red ear clothing I've seen, but theirs jeans have too many ugly ass goofy details.

    i love those goofy details, a dealmaker for me
     


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    Teger Senior member

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    kill city is too cheap for sho, sorry. it's also not japanese (ancient japanese denim secrets??)
     


  4. Get Smart

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    but arent they made by slanted eye workers that all rook the same anyways?
     


  5. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Red Monkey
    ^^ now there's a good suggestion (Red Ear by Paul Smith)
    Christ, did you eat dumb for breakfast this morning?

    HE SAID RED MONKEY:
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  6. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    no shit sherlock, Teger had mentioned Red Ear
    Paul Smith Red Ear
    ^^ now there's a good suggestion (Red Ear by Paul Smith)
     


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    Teger Senior member

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    The ultimate jean will include an image of an old japanese man, hunched over, hand dipping the fabric in to an indigo vat on the back patch. His crippling arthritis is the key to the true, purestrain indigo.
     


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    mainy Senior member

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    the shoe / sho'nuff buying sagas / temporary obsessions are one of the great mysteries of this forum to me, right up there with who is kitonbrioni
     


  9. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    you're the dude who loves his somet low rises right? most samurais have high as fuck rises, especially the back rise.

    yeah im going for the higher rise now. there's a little draft funnelling in the behind when i wear the low rises on winter nights.
     


  10. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    I used to have the same train of thought but after trying to help sho out time and time again I've (and I know I'm not alone on this one) have seen this more like a game; just how many jeans CAN sho buy and sell before finding a new donkey to ride.

    to tell you the truth , it is not a game coming from me. my intent is all sincere to be honest about it. but it does turn out a bit silly i know on here.
     


  11. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    Actually this is NOT the worst this forum have seen from sho.


    He got his (former, anyway) namesake shoe for a reason. He loved shoes, and went from Sutor, Santoni, Edward Green, Vass, and eventually sold them all for a loss(after losing his job). The high point was probably an EG Top Drawer (their higher level MTO service) pair from LeatherSoul, retails over $1,500.

    Oh, and you know the main reason sho now no longer own said shoes? He cleared everything out after losing his job.


    true true.
    i kind of screwed over Tom from LeatherSoul as well im not proud about it. I ordered 3 pairs but then when i went through my financial issues, i canceled on all of them at the time they were coming to Tom.

    I did eventually buy one of them and Tom fortunately quickly sold the second one. I tried to purchase the third one not long ago but was not able to

    sorry Tom.
     


  12. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    maybe Sho'Nuff needs to take a drive to LA and check out Kill City on melrose (where RyeGB is the designer)....they have really skinny jeans in "unique" washes and colors

    Rye did sell me a pair of mod jeans in a glossy waxed job jean that is way sweet. i was going to sell it (brand new of course) but decided that i can work it into my wardrobe and keeping it. i also have some kill city tshirts. not from Rye though
     


  13. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    not sure this is my style
     


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    sjnv Senior member

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    What makes that your favorite, most superlative to your eye, decadent?
    hehehe my new sig. everyone else is doing it (using other's replies for sigs) might as well join the club ... no , you dont get it... you just gave me my new sig! check it out!!
    dont be stressin.. i got deep credi- , er, deep pockets. funds.
    What do you do to have these disposable 'funds'? You try and use big words but then speak so immaturely, it's really annoying.
    I don't see why people give guys like Kodiak crap when we have people like sho'nuff around.
     


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    The ultimate jean will include an image of an old japanese man, hunched over, hand dipping the fabric in to an indigo vat on the back patch. His crippling arthritis is the key to the true, purestrain indigo.

    pure blue japan??
     


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