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somet denim..

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by nomovement, Aug 12, 2006.

  1. Eason

    Eason Senior member

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    bassounds those are fucking sweet
     
  2. bassounds

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    Have checked out the shoes and boots threads; thanks though. Boots will be something between dress and casual- not super heavy on the sole and toe but not a dress shoe sole either. I found these L.L. Bean engineer boots that will wear well and are high enough to stack the denim on top and keep the top of the boot open.


    Yeah so Somet denim is nice; Blue in Green in NYC lawaya has them.
     
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    Yeah, I like Somet denim. I just got a new pair, and as they stack well, I'm looking at boots to stack them on. Any thoughts?

    I stack my Somets on a pair of Timberland Tackheads... looks pretty damn nice. I keep the top ~5 laces undone so that the jeans sit on top of the open tongue.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I stack my Somets on a pair of Timberland Tackheads... looks pretty damn nice. I keep the top ~5 laces undone so that the jeans sit on top of the open tongue.

    [​IMG]

    They work with boots that are that chunky?[​IMG]
     
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    They work with boots that are that chunky?[​IMG]

    Mine are 003's so the leg and hem is a little wider than the skinny 008's.
     
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    Have checked out the shoes and boots threads; thanks though. Boots will be something between dress and casual- not super heavy on the sole and toe but not a dress shoe sole either. I found these L.L. Bean engineer boots that will wear well and are high enough to stack the denim on top and keep the top of the boot open.


    Yeah so Somet denim is nice; Blue in Green in NYC lawaya has them.


    http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/t.../23/Categories
     
  7. TyCooN

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    bassounds those are fucking sweet
    Eason: How is the fading going on your 018 Blacks?[​IMG] TyC bassounds: How tall are you? Those stacks fly high.[​IMG] TyC
     
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    Somet 003 at about 2 years, 3 months. Two washes? [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  9. Mistral

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    Blank, you've obviously washed more or too soon. Or your fit is like really relaxed... Don't know what it is, but apart from the overall fading I don't see really sharp honeycombs. Even I, have more honeycombing going on and I'm at a month of wear.
     
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    My fit is pretty relaxed, as I prefer it.
     
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    I prefer it also, it's refreshing. The gold rivets really set em off, especially when new.
     
  12. Eason

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    Eason:

    How is the fading going on your 018 Blacks?[​IMG]

    TyC

    bassounds:

    How tall are you? Those stacks fly high.[​IMG]

    TyC


    I haven't worn them in a while really, but they're pretty unfaded except for a little crease in the seat and the lap. Been wearing my KMW's for every-day blue jeans, and when I want something else I wear uniqlo.
     
  13. sle-z-e

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    I'm probably gonna get blasted here but whatevs. How do you even pronounce Somet? like french (som-eh)? it has the accent on the e...
     
  14. mrtophat

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    I'm probably gonna get blasted here but whatevs. How do you even pronounce Somet? like french (som-eh)? it has the accent on the e...

    it was discussed before earlier in the thread - its the latter.
     
  15. mlyngard

    mlyngard Senior member

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    it was discussed before earlier in the thread - its the latter.

    Which 'latter'? He proposed only one pronunciation.

    Wrong or right, I pronounce it So-mit.
     
  16. mrtophat

    mrtophat Well-Known Member

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    whoops, read too fast. the french pronunciation, I meant.
     
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    Which 'latter'? He proposed only one pronunciation.

    Wrong or right, I pronounce it So-mit.


    I think its pronounced soe-may.
     
  18. skunkworks

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    I think its pronounced soe-may.

    Definitely pronounced so-met - it means "dye" in Japanese, according to Japanese people.
     
  19. mlyngard

    mlyngard Senior member

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    Definitely pronounced so-met - it means "dye" in Japanese, according to Japanese people.

    But what the fuck do they know?
     
  20. sle-z-e

    sle-z-e Senior member

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    Definitely pronounced so-met - it means "dye" in Japanese, according to Japanese people.

    yeah i saw that on their site so the french pronunciation didn't make a whole lot of sense but i wasn't sure. thanks for the input
     

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