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jeo

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Looks like they are talking about how the curve at the edge of the front panel where the zipper is influences how the collar sits.

Why so much focus on it? They seem to be extremely passionate about what they do that they geek out on small details like that which most people won't appreciate. Cool video.
 

navetsea

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in the video he looks very short legged helped by longish jacket and drop crotch baggy pants. I can see he is into hiphop street style than workwear.
 
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Canuck Panda

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I was always under the assumption that FCL jackets photos on instagram were photoshop enhanced. They are NOT. These videos tells the whole story. Very impressive leather they use on these jackets. I still cannot stomach the high retail prices but solid leather options indeed. I also subscribed to this Youtube channel. Lol.
 

Blackadder

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in the video he looks very short legged helped by longish jacket and drop crotch baggy pants. I can see he is into hiphop street style than workwear.
Different coordination. It is Japanese street style. Inner Harajuku etc. Some Japanese street style is influenced by hiphop a little like the leather with sweat but not the baggy pants.
The baggy pants has been around since early 80s. Common attire for deliquent gangs in Japan. It is indeed an US influence but not hiphop.
https://aesthetics.fandom.com/wiki/Yanki
https://www.stylegods.com/japanese-style/
 
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Canuck Panda

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I also wore a lot of sweat pants during the WFH period, sometimes no pants with leather jacket.
Fine Creek jackets looks real good. Not liking the prices though. But jacket looks really good.
 

navetsea

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Different coordination. It is Japanese street style. Inner Harajuku etc. Some Japanese street style is influenced by hiphop a little like the leather with sweat but not the baggy pants.
The baggy pants has been around since early 80s. Common attire for deliquent gangs in Japan. It is indeed an US influence but not hiphop.
https://aesthetics.fandom.com/wiki/Yanki
https://www.stylegods.com/japanese-style/
I see their construction worker also wear really baggy pants and ninja tabby shoes. I wonder why would they do that style seems like it is easier to get caught snagged on protruding things at construction site. perhaps tabby shoes make for more grip and stability at climbing on steep roof.
 
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