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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Alexlutov, Jan 26, 2020.
Thanks for the tip, I’ll avoid that when it’s time to wash them!
I assume they're dropping the hem of the jacket so as to not leave a huge, ladies' crop-top type gap sicne they've dropped the waistband on most jeans to six inches below the natural waist....
Darkblue storebrand Storm Rider.
they drop it a lot more than just to bridge low waist jeans, I see some type 3 has the body longer than the sleeve, obviously to cover untucked tees or shirt
that's why I picked shortish sleeve to get a normal looking body length
Guys, at $60 these Gap buckleback selvedge jeans might be a great find ...
Fitted Underground Japanese Selvedge 2% stretch. Yes that's correct I said stretch!
last few year it has come full circle, some of raw jeans brands turn first selling one washed, then stretch jeans, and then distressed jeans (realistically/ expertly done with careful study of real samples over the years of wearing raw denim BS)
buckleback is cool, strange DIY thought just passing my mind, what if we just buy naty vegtan watchstrap, rivet crimpler, and transform our boring jeans into cinchback
The turquoise 7/8 ladies 5-pocket summer pants.
Australian made Levi 604's in black , Rare today , this is my "bestest" blackest pair.
The others are all a washed out really dark grey next to these !
From my Harley run this morning. These are NOT ladies 5-pocket summer pants !!
Wrong thread, right jacket!
Timezone Jog-Denim jeans, slim-fit. Comfortable and lightweight.
Black Wrangler "Rustler" jeans today. Their "budget" offerings I believe , "Hecho en Mexico".
Bought in a department store in South Central Los Angeles in 2011 while exploring LA.
I had been at Daytona Bikeweek March 2011 with some Aussie guys , some of them Vietnam Veterans.
We also took in the Harley factory and Museum in Milwaukee. Snow on the ground in Milwaukee.
One of the Aussie guys had never seen snow !
They were extremely well received wherever we went on our cross the USA jaunt.
The USA certainly respect their ex Servicemen.
Photo taken at the Southern Indian Ocean , a mild winter's day.
Check out the guys, these are very rare jeans! and I have them))))
So. this is the wrangler anniversary series, 2000 pieces were released, made in Japan. with complete confidence, we can consider this a dead stock.
These are really nice!!!
Fascinating, presumably these are a repop of the original 13MWZ.... actually, the 11MWZ for the first year or tw, if memory serves. I'm wearing current, Mexican production 13MWZ right now, loving them. This is my first pair I bought a year ago and have worn *hard* in that time; there's just the beginnings of some fraying now between the upper thighs.
If Wrangler could do these at the same crazy prices in a dark indigo selvedge, I can't imagine much feeling the need of any other jean.
My new IH 555-01 super slim.