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The Super Heavy-Weight Denim Thread! (21oz and up)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by 4characters, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Why don't you invest in a Japanese pair - they'll last much much longer![​IMG]
     
  2. Beane

    Beane Senior member

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    Yes, I have Momotaro as well, its just I Like this NF model. I never had a 21 oz Japanese model though , I think Momotaro is 16 oz
     
  3. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Then Kop them if you like them!

    Sorry, been off sick, off the radar for a bit, hope you got your N and Fs![​IMG][​IMG]
     
  4. Hirsh

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    So pleased the weather has changed and I can wear my 21oz Kurabo jeans again!
     
  5. Hirsh

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    After suffering severe allergic reactions (see WAYWT) I'm back in my 8oz Japanese Selvadge bespoke cotton /silk jeans until I can wear them again[​IMG]
     
  6. Hirsh

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    Finally discovered what was causing the allergic reaction and now happily back in my 21oz Kurabo jeans, also have 19oz Kurabo jeans for when these collapse with old age[​IMG]
     
  7. Hirsh

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    Was still coming out in hives so despite Arctic weather wearing

    8oz 3x1 bespoke Japan Blue Selvadge cotton/silk jeans..

    Hope they don't wear out or I'll have to try my next thinnest pure cotton- 3sixteen+ natural Pima cotton 9.5oz jeans - not very wintery either!!!!!
     
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  8. Hirsh

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    Have now got a severe feverish flu from wearing 8oz jeans in winter, ironic, because I wore 21oz jeans throughout the summer![​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  9. Hirsh

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    Recovering from flu

    Back in 21oz Kurabo jeans

    Hurrah!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  10. Hirsh

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    Too hot for 21oz jeans, wearing my Eleven a Paris acid bleach jeans ![​IMG]
     
  11. Hirsh

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    My Dad keeps the central heating on so its like an oven - impossible to wear 21oz jeans - I'm back in my 8oz Japanese jeans![​IMG]
     
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  12. Hirsh

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    I'm dying to be able to wear my 21oz jeans (Kurabo, Savile Row bespoke),but I'm still having to wear my 8oz pair :-(

    My own design Grail pair are over 21oz(maybe 23 or 25oz), but I neither need them now or would be able to afford them

    Thumbs up for heavy weight denim!!!
     
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  13. mp201

    mp201 Active Member

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    32oz, 4 months
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  14. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Wow they look great!! Wish I could have 32oz jeans in sz 22"/34"!!! Are they Naked and Fsmous?
     
  15. Hirsh

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    I've designed my Grail jeans, in case I ever need new jeans again, and they're def over 21oz, probably 23/25oz.

    All I need is to keep saving whilst I wear out my 19 pairs and get the nearest equivalent made as the design is so complicated that it's nearly impossible to make, unless you're a billionaire who can commission anything!!!

    Luckily I've got jeans for years to come!!
     
  16. mp201

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    Thanks man. Yeah, they're N&F.
     

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