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Replied in [FS] A Bathing Ape - BAPE - Pink Hoodie - Size Large - Camouflage - Sz L, 2 Weeks ago in Apparel

For Sale - Lightly used, Bape Pink Camo Hoodie - Size Large Have you wanted an authentic BAPE hoodie but thought the $250+ price tag was too high? Have you been searching high and low for one of the hottest to come out from A Bathing Ape?? Well HERE IT IS and this hoodie is in great condition... This hoodie is lightly used despite being several years old... Here are some more specifics about this hoodie. Size Large - fits like a regular sized Large hoodie Lightly Used - washed less than five times total - 85% to original condition 100% guaranteed authentic - purchased in Tokyo, Japan. As seen on artists such as Lil Wayne, Kanye West, etc. [URL]

Replied in [FS] A Bathing Ape - BAPE - Pink Hoodie - Size Large - Camouflage - Sz L, 2 Weeks ago in Apparel

For Sale - Used - 100% Authentic No. 2 Evisu Jeans w/painted on Black Gulls Have you wanted a pair of Evisu Jeans (direct from Japan) but thought the $200+ price tag was too much? Do you want a pair purchased directly from the Shinsaibashi Evisu store with custom Black painted on gulls? Well HERE THEY ARE and these jeans are in lovely worn condition... Here are some more specifics about these jeans. Size 36 x 32 - Professionally hemmed at the original purchase shop - Evisu in Osaka, JP (Shinsaibashi store)http://www.evisu.jp/main/contents/informations/map/evisu_shinsaibashi_m.html Original red tag jeans (any Evisus sold for retail in the US can't have the red tag due to legal proceedings with Levi's) No.2 Jeans - Lot 2000 - fits like Levi's 501s (except 100000000% better quality) Worn - Make no believe. These are lovingly worn. There are holes. There are fades all over the place. It gives the jeans character. The leg openings are worn and are ripped. Famous black Evisu "Gulls" - I watched them hand paint these on my jeans in the Osaka Shinsaibashi store. Originally purchased at the Shinsaibashi store for 21,000 yen (~$210). 100% guaranteed authentic Straight fit, selvedge jeans Made in Japan with 100% Japanese denim These are one of a kind, Evisu Jeans with custom, hand-painted black gulls. A beautiful showing of Japanese design, comfort, and quality. [Image] Bid Here: [URL]

Replied in [FS] Used - Evisu Jeans - Black Gulls - No. 2 - Selvedge Japanese denim - Red Tags - 36 x 32, 2 Weeks ago in Apparel

For Sale - Lightly used, Samurai Jeans - 10th Anniversary Special Edition 510XX w/Hidden Arcs and original Red Tag Have you wanted a pair of Samurai Jeans but thought the $250+ price tag was too much? Have you been searching for the 10th Anniversary Special Edition w/Hidden Arcs from 2008?? Well HERE THEY ARE and these jeans are in great condition...I'm only selling these because they simply didn't fit me. They are lightly used/like new, despite being five years old...WHY? Because I only wore them a total of FIVE times. Here are some more specifics about these jeans. Size 33 x 32 - Professionally hemmed at the original purchase shop (Jumping Jack in Osaka, Japan - http://jumping-jack.com/) Original red tag jeans (any Samurai's sold for retail in the US can't have the red tag due to legal proceedings with Levi's) Like new/lightly worn - Worn a total of five times (I wore my Evisus more because those were size 36 and these were too small for me) Dark wash, washed only once (originally raw) in a cold soak - 100% Japanese made indigo denim Famous "Hidden Arcs" - Arcs show up more and more as you wear them 15 oz. denim Originally purchased at Jumping Jack in Osaka for 24,990 yen (~$250) 100% guaranteed authentic Straight fit, selvedge jeans Full description and more pictures of the jeans on the official Samurai website here: http://www.samurai-j.com/lineup/jeans/s0510xxsp/index.html Bid Here: [URL]

Replied in [FS] Samurai Jeans 510xx - SP size 33 x 32, hidden arc - selvedge - Japanese Denim w/ Red Tags, 2 Weeks ago in Apparel

what's up y'all, I've got a pair of size 34 Sugarcane Okinawas (worn about 10 times, 1 initial soak) and was thinking about putting them up for sale. If interested let me know. here is a picture just of what Okinawas look like if you dont know, courtesy of Selfedge [Image] [URL] Oh yeh, pricewise would be looking for about half of retail, so $145-155

Replied in Interest in Sugarcane Okinawas, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

febreze and/or sunshine remove stains with shout. no wash.

Replied in How do you guys clean your clothes?, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote] would have to agree and cheap too (picked some up for $49). They arent the best quality jeans but the fit is nice although for anyone interested you should size down about 2 sizes. I usually wear a 34/35 and i picked up a 32 in these.

Replied in jeans with small leg openings, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

[Quote] seems pretty absurd that i can get a pair of sugarcane okinawas here in Japan for about $150 but its double that price at Selfedge

Replied in Dry Bones - Japanese Denim, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

as i posted before, i have them, got em bout 2 months ago. At first I really liked them, but kind of not feeling the fit ne more. shoulda gotten something with a more tapered leg.

Replied in Who got Sugar Cane Okinawas!?, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

union stars are not baggy at all. just more relaxed than the union stars which are truly just a straight fit. but good luck, cant believe u paid $295 for them though, thats f'in nuts

Replied in Sugarcane Okinawas...how are they?, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

^Well if you dont want a straight fit then the okinawas are not for u. I would suggest the Union Star`s which are fairly relaxed/baggy, if you want sugarcane and you want a fairly baggy fit.

Replied in Sugarcane Okinawas...how are they?, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

at some point ill post up a fit pic up for ya if u want

Replied in Sugarcane Okinawas...how are they?, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

yeh i just picked up a pair last month (I live here in Japan near Osaka), they are nice denim, the cut is straight and the denim has a slight sugarcane smell when you first buy it. It is true that they are a lil itchy for the first couple wears, but after a bit they are fine. Also, although they are one wash, the dye tends to bleed/run off a lil bit, my hands always end up with a blue tinge to them so cold soaked them a couple times. they are real nice, and relatively cheap here. I paid about $150 for them instead of whatever ridiculous price they are charge in the States

Replied in Sugarcane Okinawas...how are they?, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

[Quote] wow, pretty ignorant, you do know that the US is in a war in Iraq (where they use Shemaghs to their faces from the enviroment)

Replied in [Diamond Supply Co.] - 2007 Discussion Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Brands

[Quote] For that price you can get much better jeans, just picked up myself some Sugarance Okinawa's the other day for $150. then again I live in japan blushing

Replied in JCrew Selvage denim, 2 Weeks ago in Denim