December 22, 2010 @ 12:14 PM
F/22

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Join Date: Aug 2008

Location: california

December 24, 2010 @ 04:08 AM
berserk

Post: 29

Join Date: Mar 2008

nice
December 25, 2010 @ 12:33 PM
boomtime8

Post: 59

Join Date: Dec 2010

pumped going to BIG next week, def trying a pair of Sugar Canes on
February 1, 2011 @ 11:39 AM

Inactive

SC47s are owned for a year, but actual wear is ~8 months give or take. 1 initial soak, and this is right after the first wash.



March 3, 2011 @ 09:36 AM
keo_

Post: 1365

Join Date: Apr 2008

do sc's usually shrink after the initial soak? I bought a pair that was washed before I got em, but I don't really want anymore shrinkage in the waste.

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March 3, 2011 @ 11:04 AM
laxlife1234

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Join Date: Aug 2010

^Most of the time sugarcanes are going to shrink, so yes they will shrink if you buy them raw. Once wash they won't have any shrinkage. So since you got them one washed, they will only shrink back to the original size you got them in cause they probably stretched a bit.

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March 19, 2011 @ 10:00 AM
CHEEP

Post: 4164

Join Date: Mar 2007

Location: 904

update on my sc1966



March 19, 2011 @ 06:20 PM
vvl

Post: 44

Join Date: Mar 2011

pretty serious backpocket blowout
May 4, 2011 @ 01:02 PM
kiya

Post: 1011

Join Date: Feb 2006

Location: san francisco

Sugar Cane & Sun Surf Summer Collections

We hope it's starting to warm up where ever you live because we just received some of the breeziest shirts we've ever carried.

Both Sugar Cane and Sun Surf have delivered some light weight shirts along with some 3/4 sleeve oxfords and linen & hemp shirts.

We've also received a limited run of a set of 1934 World's Fair Souvenir shirts that Sugar Cane has done reproductions of complete with the medal coin that would come with the shirts as a "certificate of authenticity". The fabrics on these are to exact spec of the originals and even the same buttons were reproduced for this run of shirts.


Sun Surf 3/4 Sleeve Hula Oxford - Blue



Sun Surf 3/4 Sleeve Hula Oxford - White



Sugar Cane Jean Cord Workshirt - Black



Sugar Cane Light 3/4 Sleeve Hemp Shirt - Red/Yellow Madras



Sugar Cane Light 3/4 Sleeve Summer Shirt - Navy/White



Star of Hollywood Diamond Polo



Sugar Cane 1934 World's Fair Souvenir Shirt - Indigo Chambray



Sugar Cane 1934 World's Fair Souvenir Shirt - Navy Stripe



Sugar Cane 1934 World's Fair Souvenir Shirt - Black Stripe

May 5, 2011 @ 10:44 PM
orucker

Post: 513

Join Date: May 2008

Hula shirts are sick. They going to be stocked at SENY?
June 5, 2011 @ 02:12 AM
kiya

Post: 1011

Join Date: Feb 2006

Location: san francisco

Buzz Rickson & Sugar Cane Summer Collection

Just in from Buzz Rickson and Sugar Cane are some of their last offerings for their summer collections.

From Buzz Rickson we have two short sleeve heavyweight loopwheeled tees with buttoned pocket flaps. A great authentic design that's rarely redone even amongst the Japanese repro brands. This is available in both gray and olive.

Sugar Cane brings us four new short sleeve shirts. Two are dobby cotton woven shirts with false buttons down the placket, every third button is an actual working button, a classic design from the late 1940's which was very popular in America and Europe through the 50's. Fabric and button details on this are beautiful and they've done a great job producing special buttons just for these shirts.
Also in from Sugar Cane are two light weight shirts, one a block check and one a linen striped shirt which is indigo dyed.


Buzz Rickson Loopwheeled Pocket Flap T-Shirt - Gray




Buzz Rickson Loopwheeled Pocket Flap T-Shirt - Olive




Sugar Cane Short Sleeve Dobby Shirt - Indigo






Sugar Cane Short Sleeve Dobby Shirt - Gray






Sugar Cane Linen Indigo Stripe Summer Shirt



Sugar Cane Block Check Summer Short Sleeve

June 6, 2011 @ 06:23 PM
TJXenos

Post: 663

Join Date: Feb 2007

those shirts are crack, but they probably cost a grip and a half...
June 7, 2011 @ 01:53 PM
cuddlestheshee

Post: 1126

Join Date: Jun 2008

Location: Fallbrook CA

damn sugar cane. why you gotta empty my bank account?
June 7, 2011 @ 02:05 PM
SBFanatic

Post: 54

Join Date: Jun 2011

want a pair bad
January 4, 2012 @ 05:47 PM
kiya

Post: 1011

Join Date: Feb 2006

Location: san francisco

Self Edge x Toyo Enterprises = SEXT17 - The Stealth Jungle Cloth Pant

Two years ago we released a collaboration with Toyo Enterprises which ended up being one of the most popular Self Edge exclusive products we'd done. We're revisiting the idea of the jungle cloth fabric and have stepped up the hardware a bit and made it in black fabric this time.

Self Edge and Toyo Enterprises have come together to bring the ultimate pant in terms of hardware, details, and fit. Jungle Cloth fabric, hidden rivets, Sugar Cane pin-check pocket bags, red cotton twill inner leg seam lining, dark indigo poly-core stitch, iron embossed buttons, Buzz Rickson UFO rivets, and a slim fit round out this new release produced in a limited run.

We've seen quite a few khaki fabric pants enter the market over the past few years, we wanted to do our version in a slim cut. A version that is not only extremely comfortable but uses a fabric far more interesting, more durable, more versatile, and more comfortable than a khaki fabric. Jungle Cloth is exactly that.

The SEXT17 is made of a black garment dyed "Jungle Cloth" (100% cotton gros-grain). Used by the USN from the 1920's to 1950's, this fabric has amazing sturdiness and is also weatherproof and comfortable to wear. It was loomed to USN specs by Toyo's (Sugar Cane, Buzz Rickson, Mister Freedom) fabric mills in Japan.

Jungle cloth is a very durable fabric that far outlasts any khaki (fabric, not color) on the market, also due to it's gros-grain weave the fabric is weatherproof and extremely soft on one side, the inside of the pant. The inside feels like pressed cashmere while the outside is a smooth and slick canvas so any dirt or contaminants are easily brushed off.

Self Edge x Toyo Enterprises = SEXT17 - The Stealth Jungle Cloth Pant









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