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    Posted: 03 Dec 2019 at 12:50pm
The very first pair of jeans that Bryceland's put out in 2016 (the 130 I think) were supposedly made by Conners. Does anyone have any information or confirmation on this?

The current Bryceland’s jeans (the 133) are made by Pallet Life Story.
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Originally posted by Dr_Heech Dr_Heech wrote:

Bravo Dude!
Nice to see the fading potential of that 37 denim (dont think l've seen any on the net like yours) - glad you got some puckering on the flipped yoke too.

Thanks! That puckering along with the whiskering have become my favorite aspects of these jeans and how they are aging. 
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Bravo Dude!
Nice to see the fading potential of that 37 denim (dont think l've seen any on the net like yours) - glad you got some puckering on the flipped yoke too.
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Here are those updated '37 photos I promised, fresh off of their latest wash.

I've worn these CSF 1937's for two years straight, which I think is the longest I have ever consistently worn one pair of jeans. They still haven't been worn all that much because I wear other trousers and chinos a lot and I can't wear them at work. They need repairs right now and there are a fair amount of broken threads, but I feel that they have held up fairly well. If I had washed them more and if I wasn't so overweight while wearing them, the crotch would likely have held up much better. At my current weight/where my weight is heading, this should be less of an issue in the future. They've been washed 4 or 5 times now, but obviously I should have washed them a lot more than that by now, even with my inconsistent wear. I'm not one of those people who thinks you should never wash your jeans, I just get lazy about it. The 11oz (pre-soak) fabric is great for Cali weather and wearing a normal weight fabric almost feels a little strange now. The cut and the light fabric means the combs are weak, but my extra weight during most of my time wearing these resulted in some pretty good whiskers IMO. 

These obviously are not as beautifully fades as many other examples, but I'm pretty happy with them so far. I'm not sure if I'm going to wear them consistently after the repairs are done or if I make them a summer pair, but either way, they will still be worn.






















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Have you seen S409xxx D-42 Second Half "The Lost"?
 
 
 
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Originally posted by CSL CSL wrote:

Measurements????Evil Smile

Waist: 17.5"
Front Rise: 13" 
Back Rise: 17"
Thigh: 13"
Knee: 10.2"
Hem: 9.25"
Inseam: 29"

Worn probably 5 times.
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Measurements????Evil Smile
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote dudewuttheheck Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Nov 2019 at 6:24pm
Well, dropping 20lb in 2 months means my size 38 47's aren't even close to fitting me now. 

Looks like I'll have to sell those and maybe get another WWII model.

Just checking for any possible interest here before I put them up for sale.

I also washed my 37s again so once they dry I'll take some updated shots of them as well.
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I'll echo the above.  Fit is excellent.
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Thanks lads , I'm pretty stoked on it
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