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The Flat Head X RJB D109FXR Size 36

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by JoeRogan, Sep 3, 2016.

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  1. JoeRogan

    JoeRogan Senior Member

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    For sale is a pair of Flat Head x Real Japan Blues D109FXR's in size 36. These are a slim fit with a slight taper, hot soaked and worn twice to the office. I realized that unfortunately I just have too many pairs and can't really give these the wear I want to, so off they go. New you would be hard pressed to find these under about $325 before shipping. Details and measurements below (according to Self Edge guide), free US shipping, contact me with any questions!

    - 100% cotton
    - 14.25oz Japanese orange ID selvage denim (which is exclusive to R.J.B denim, the denim fades faster than other The Flat Head ones and appear stronger vertical fades and brighter indigo colors with less wears)
    - Roped beltloops
    - Hidden back rivets
    - Iron buttons
    - Goatskin leather patch
    - Chain stitched front pockets and back pockets
    - R.J.B logo is embroidered in left back pockets
    - Navy suede cowhide "The Flat Head" is chain stitched for back pockets
    - Mid Rise/ Slim Tapered fit
    - Made In Japan

    Waist - 18"
    Front Rise - 10.8"
    Back Rise - 15.75"
    Thigh - 12.8"
    Inseam - 33.5"
    Knee - 8.75"
    Leg Opening - 8.5"

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