Where to find Sugarcane jeans in Toronto?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by solzhenitsyn, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. solzhenitsyn

    solzhenitsyn Well-Known Member

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    Does anybody have a list of stockists? I'm having a hard time finding info.
     


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    Klaxon Howl on Queen St. W (way out, by Delphic) carries a few models. nowhere else has them.
     


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    capsule in yorkville has a few sugarcane models...

    i remember seeing 45's and I think the 47's along with a couple of washed pairs
     


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    solzhenitsyn Well-Known Member

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    Thanks - I'll be sure to check them out when I'm back in Toronto for thanksgiving.

    Do you guys remember what price range they were in? I'm guessing around ~300 Canadian? Also, do you know if they are made in China? I have heard they are very durable, regardless of where they are made.
     


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    I don't know the prices but considering distributor markup + Canadian dollar markup it's gonna be real high.

    they're made in Japan.
     


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    klaxon also has the made in USA sugar cane models

    i believe the price range is somewhere in between 250-300+
     


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    I bought my 1947 dry canes from klaxon howl in the spring for $245. Klaxon howl is across from trinity bellwoods park, next to chippys
     


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    I bought my 1947 dry canes from klaxon howl in the spring for $245. Klaxon howl is across from trinity bellwoods park, next to chippys

    Klaxon Howl is a very nice shop and I love the stuff they carry, but soooooo that's pricey for some canes!
     


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    Klaxon Howl is a very nice shop and I love the stuff they carry, but soooooo that's pricey for some canes!

    I figured it was in line with ordering them from history preservation ($217+ shipping+duty+guessing how they fit). Plus if you like what they are doing, then people should buy from them or they will be gone. They were cheaper than RRDS at due west ($300) when I checked there.

    I could not bring myself to spend $80 for a tshirt with a silk screen of a penny farthing boneshaker though.
     


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