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I’ve had my aviators for almost 4 years of daily wear. Dropped and sat on yet nary a noticeable scratch and frames still fit well without adjustment. A really good ROI in my opinion. 👍🏽
 

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The yukata coat the Hiroki is wearing the above picture has always been one of my grails. I don't think I've ever seen one show up on second hand though.
 

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ooo nice article! thanks! :D

Ya the cevian-ori yukata, one of those pieces that if you didn't order you won't probably see it again...
 

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ooo nice article! thanks! :D

Ya the cevian-ori yukata, one of those pieces that if you didn't order you won't probably see it again...
until it shows up on your IG feed.

It is amazing though. Always liked the yukata but not sure how much wear it would get
 

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I think they only made one sample of it. When I went to the US trunk show at the time, they didn't even have it there :(
 

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Does anyone know if the Yellow and Pink Veggie Dye Jumbo's are a GR or site only release? Looks to be sold out, but not sure if it will be elswhere.

If not, may have to look at Cottle or Filmelange as an alternative. Incidentally, any recommendations for other natural dye/loopwheel cut & sewn brands besides those, or Kapital, 45r, Loopwheeler, Cushman, Real McCoys or anything Clutch Cafe may stock?
 

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I've a Real McCoys hoodie which is certainly very well made from good materials but lacks the feel and character of the visvim equivalents. I think their emphasis is much more solidly on reproduction, which is well and good but it's not necessarily what I care most about. Their leather jackets (esp A2) look like their stand out items but sadly don't suit me.

Iron Heart might be worth a look.
 

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I recommend Iron Heart jeans. The 21oz base denim wears lighter than you would think. But the clothing is very much in that Real McCoys/repro vibe.
 

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Does anyone know if the Yellow and Pink Veggie Dye Jumbo's are a GR or site only release? Looks to be sold out, but not sure if it will be elswhere.

If not, may have to look at Cottle or Filmelange as an alternative. Incidentally, any recommendations for other natural dye/loopwheel cut & sewn brands besides those, or Kapital, 45r, Loopwheeler, Cushman, Real McCoys or anything Clutch Cafe may stock?
What do you mean by GR?

I don't think they're an FIL exclusive so should be available at normal retailers if they chose to order it.
 

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Sorry yes general release. I think RMC is the closest, or Filmelange, but I am looking for the died pieces, hence considering cottle.
 

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Gotta say, I’ve never really been interested in Grizzlies. My top 3 boots were brigs, Virgils and 7 holes. I recently acquired my favorite 7 holes thanks to @brianlzf so I’m good, thanks Brian! I like them in other peoples fits but have no real interest in buying Grizzlies I’ve always felt...

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bbhewee

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Grizzlies are the best. There. I said it.
 

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Hey guys, was wondering how to size skagways? Im interested in this one:



im usually a 9.5 in virgils, grizzly and brigadiers. 10 in fbts.
 

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