Self Edge SF/NY/LA/PDX - Japanese Denim & More (Iron Heart, 3sixteen, Flat Head, Strike Gold...

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    @Kiya/SENY__ 'SENY store open for hemming service already? what's the turnaround time for local drop off ? i know it's $25 per, but what about for an FH bought from SESF ?
     
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    Hemming via chainstitch starts next week at SENY, should take between 2 and 4 days.
    it's free if bought from SENY, if bought from SESF it's $15.
    If you bought the jeans from another store it's $25.
     
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    3sixteen Nihon Menpu Black Selvedge Straight Leg Jean & Peanut Grizzly Chukka Boots

    We've just received two solid releases from 3sixteen today, an amazing black selvedge jean and a great leather chukka deck boot.

    The black selvedge jeans are produced with 14.5oz denim from Japan's small but well respected Nihon Menpu mill. Menpu got their start by producing looms in 1915 then went on to become a mill specializing in small batch made textiles. Today they produce denim for Kapital and 45RPM, and their looms have gone on to produce approximately seventy-five percent of Sugar Cane's denim. A great straight leg cut, a leather tag cut and tanned in Portland, and Nihon Menpu's black selvedge make up the SL-200x jean.

    Also up is a pair of Peanut Grizzly Deck Chukka boots hand stitched in Maine. These are fully leather lined for comfort and come with solid brass eyelets. Super comfortable and will age beautifully over time, these are quite possibly the nicest deck shoes we've seen yet.

    We've also got a full restock of the SL-100x Indigo Selvedge Straight Leg jean and the tan and black leather bracelets.

    All the jean models, the Deck Chukka boots, and bracelets are now available at SESF, SENY, and our online store.

    http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=82

    Also at SENY only we've received stock of the new 3sixteen duffle bags ($240) with toiletry kits & Waxed Canvas & Leather tote bags ($185). Both of these are made in America with great attention to detail for both the construction and fabrics used.

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    Peanut Grizzly Deck Chukka Boot
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    Dual Strand Leather Bracelets
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    Single Strand Leather Bracelets
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    Waxed Canvas & Leather Tote Bags (SENY only)
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    Canvas & Leather Duffle Bags w/ Toiletry Bag & Toiletries by Dickson Hairshop (SENY only)
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    damn those chukka boots are kinda sexy
     
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    what shirt is that in the first picture?
     
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    Looks like a Flathead chambray.
     
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    Damn, just ordered some ST300 from 3sixteen three days ago, I would rather have got these SL200s.
     
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    my quoddys come in tomorrow. i will be eagerly standing at the front door!
     
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    The Steam Locomotive for Self Edge
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    Prices on the accessories? Those watches and bracelets look nice.
     
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    Hemming via chainstitch starts next week at SENY, should take between 2 and 4 days. it's free if bought from SENY, if bought from SESF it's $15. If you bought the jeans from another store it's $25.
    Hmm? I bought my jeans from SENY and was charged $15+$10 shipping to get them hemmed there then sent to me. I don't really care, just wondering.
     
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    Hmm? I bought my jeans from SENY and was charged $15+$10 shipping. Not to be a douche, but...

    That's impossible.
    Unless you did a phone order for the jeans, which in case is essentially the same as ordering them from the website because we charged you nothing for shipping regardless of where they were sent to.
     
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    and they were chainstitched where?
     
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    That's impossible.
    Unless you did a phone order for the jeans, which in case is essentially the same as ordering them from the website because we charged you nothing for shipping regardless of where they were sent to.


    Gotcha. That makes sense.
     

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