Which jeans on your wishlist?

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  1. Atzec New Member

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    ^joe mccoys?
     
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    yessir. 905s...
     
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    but I believe you want it raw ;-)
     
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    Self Edge x Imperial 08
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    ^ them 21oz lmtd weirdguys you got, which i probably will never get:(
    .....and anything slim with jap denim
     
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    Yeah, they sent over yesterday but I didn't open the door. Now I have got to wait for Saturday morning. Try checking out www.selfedge.com, a couple of slim Japanese denims could be found there.
     
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    ^yea, im allways on selfedge, allways out of stock on my sizes though:evil:...theres lots of nice stuff, kiosk78 have a few nice bits in the uk too;-)
     
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    Yeah, they ran out of stock quick, I waited The Flat Head's SE08BSP for months before they were restocked. In my opinion, Kiosk 78 is not bad too. From my memory I could recall them selling stuffs from A.P.C., Skull Jeans By An Alchemist and others.
     
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    id really like that nudie neo dry red selvage shirt on their site, cant copy the link, nudie wont let me, but thats nice. pricy though:shock:
    also kiosk 78 has some really good prices for us in the uk, but again, stuff is very limited
    and the rickard lab leather shirt....dunno if i could pull it off though:-?
     
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    I think they have a better price for those outside of Europe, minus the tax if memory serves me right.
     
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    yes, you're right
     
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    ahh yes i forgot:oops:...its the uk, we get ripped off on everything!!! 2 my calculations a while ago the price did work out a tad cheaper than selfedge though, but maybe not now?.....
     
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    decided to probably not want a S710 but rather a 5507XX 6x6
    the only thing that stops me is the bad stitiching quality of Skulls (that's what I read)

    und Atzec, ja Du hast recht...sehr nervig
     
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    ^ b-f, dunno if its any help? but my skulls, o k there second hand and ive only worn them yesterday and today, but the stitching seems fairly solid. i think the biggest problem with these jeans is gonna be the stretch. mine have stretched loooads since yesterday, but looking at them all my stitching is solid, with no loose threads or anything like that.......might be a different story in a year, but ill let you know:p
     
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    well, yes one day is a bit too soon.
     
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    second hand? how long time did the person in first hand wear them?
     
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    he didnt say, he just said they had been washed and condition 8/10......i belive him aswell.
     
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    Did Skull ever switch to polyblend stitches or are they still using 100% cotton? If the former, that could be a reason for me not to get them, I love cotton stitching. It breaks a lot faster, but it looks much more natural and repairing it yourself is kind of fun. Just ask whatever store you get them from to send some extra thread along with the jeans...
     
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    So thats why you pay a lot of money to be able to repair them earlier?
    Funny reasoning...
     
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    the still use 100% cotton

    btw denimjunkie, if I need help for sizing I'll ask you, cause you own that pair I'm looking for and you could tell me about quality,stretching,shrinkage (I know they ment to be sanforized) and so on ;-)
     

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