Dry Bones

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  1. taffetapunk New Member

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    Does anyone have any experience with this brand?

    I've read this on the SelfEdge website

    "There are certain Japanese Denim companies that fly under the radar and surpass all expectations for so long, we wonder why it's taken so long for them to come into the spotlight. Dry Bones is that company, with almost 20 years of denim and garment production under their belts, they consider themselves to be from the second generation of denim companies worldwide; somewhere between the big three that started it all in America and the new group of companies in Japan producing denim.

    Based in Tokyo and run by a group of rock n' roll loving denim fanatics, Dry Bones is heavily 40's and 50's rock inspired with it's timeless denim line to it's well thought out shirts and jackets. We're proud to be the exclusive reseller of Dry Bones in North America, and to spread the passion that both Self Edge and Dry Bones have for denim.

    The Dry Bones theme is very Japan-Heavy, more so than some of the other lines they might be considered similar to. With the use of ancient Japanese themes through their graphic designs, naming of their denim, and inspiration; we're more than excited to be partnering up with some of the veterans of the Japanese Denim world.

    Jeans, jackets, and belts are now available in our online store and in-store, t-shirts are available in-store only. Check our online store for more photos, specs, prices, and measurements."

    I'm really interested in the DP-570 Slim Straight Jeans
     
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    They did a collabo with Guitar Wolf.
     
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    Word is that they are going to do a collab with SE. I haven't thought too much about this brand. It really is definitely one of those under the radar type brands. Much like Omnigod, FOB, Steam Locomotive, Strike Gold, Groovers etc... The list is endless.
     
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    I might be going to SelfEdge in a few days and i might actually get these jeans (or the skull 50-10's)
    so I'll have to report back on what I see.
     
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    these dry bones denim is not that nice (maybe for me) anyways omnigod denim is really good while tsl denim is comparably to eternal denim or fh... this aint nice to be within your first 3 pairs of denim.. maybe its better dry bones to be at your 15th rotation..
     
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    Well I was thinking of either the DP-570 Slim Straight Jeans or the Skull 50-10 jeans
    which would you recomend?

    I really like that skulls fade fast and the over all look of them but the fit of the DP-570's also looks really good.
     
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    I wouldn't compare Omnigod to these brands. The brands listed here, except for Eternal, are mostly repro oriented while Omnigod, like Kapital or 45RPM offers a more original and less amerikadji-oriented line.
    To go back to the original topic, I don't know much about Dry Bones, but I don't like the Guitar Wolf model. Maybe because I don't like Guitar Wolf either.
     
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    drybone sat take5 if you want anything you see in this picture email them for orders!

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    Which model are the ones with the Dazzle International on the patch?
     
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    those would be the old dry bones patch early model xx type
     
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    I would like to see some decent fit pics on those dp-510's. I need cinchback jeans but none of them seem ok. Well, the fullcounts are good but they have "integrated" suspender buttons... :)
     
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    Mmmm, me too! been thinking about buying a Lee repro for some time now, and i was very impressed by the great vintage fade on the Dry Bones pair in Lightning.
    Are these the same denim, you know that Ed?

    edit: they're not that expensive too!
     
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    hi mich these are not lefties i think i already asked take5 ill wait for their reply ill let you know all i know is that this needs to be pre ordered you want one? these are not that expensive
     
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    dry bones is not an expensive brand how come a shop in sanfo sells them at a premium price?
     
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    Cool, i'll think it over.
    Pre order, so they are not launched yet?

    Are those on the sizing chart the raw measurements?
     
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    it means that theyre out of stock for these they are 1880 hk dollars less 20% if im getting you a pair.. 1504 i think around 190 us $
     
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    I've also been interested in Dry Bones, but I've only seen one or two evolution pics..


    Do you know where there are more online?
     
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    surf on the link i posted here theres only a couple of models they have i think maximum of 5 or 6
     
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    Haha, I've seen the models. I meant evolved pics. :cool:
     

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