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damn man - some nice washes.. I'm liking the Sleenker 834q and Tepphar 666T.   834Q is the one where back side is just more raw denim right? does that look weird when worn?
just checked out the vimeo videos.. very cool stuff.. but i dont understand why they said they are launching chino as new.. I thought Diesel's been doing chino 5 pocket for sometime....  but never the less looking forward to the new washes.   but what happened to FW15? 
thanks @rcom440 and @Hawk   that painting you got is nice man!!! wow.  it actually looks like photo!!! 
where is all these launch parties!?!?!?!? 
wow - i do kinda like tepphar 0864k actually.. feels like a poor man's saint laurent ripped jeans.   @Phukette also Tepphar 8PK is 100% cotton.  but you're right none recently are 100% cotton, these are all older washes.
Looking good everyone!   did a 18km round trip hike over the weekend at Garibaldi Lake by Whistler BC. wore my Diesel Thanaz 8YH at camp, with my gigantic buddy's camouflage crocs..   The jeans are stretchy so its very comfortable to wear uniqlo heat tech long johns underneath.       this is a glacier lake. very beautiful if you guys are into that sort of stuff.  
yo yo - sorry for the delay!! didn't notice the question until now. still rocking the momo's.  they are fading nicely but slowly.  I am going to be wearing them for another 1.5-2 months and will do a beach sand rub and wash.. then will be taking them home for another wash to get rid of the salt water. and hopefully will wear them for another 2-3 month before it gets too cold for another beach sand rub to try and destroy them. try to sell your iron hearts, i'm sure there...
 hmm - i'm no expert, but maybe instead of Cargo, you should try their Kushiro, which to me is very similar, except in black leather instead of faded black/grey in cargo.  good luck!
Just saw these - looking good man!!!! 
@markizok - Welcome to the Forum,   do you want to post some fit pix so we can better tell your form and try to recommend a cut for ya.  If you are fairly built, then Sleenker may not be for you.
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