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    Default sugar cane jeans 5 year aged

    reading the blog here

    Sugar Cane Clothing 2011 | Kitmeout

    and it says sugar cane jeans 5 year aged. what does that mean?


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    I can only assume it means they have been artificially distressed to look like they have been worn for 5 years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnymonster View Post
    I can only assume it means they have been artificially distressed to look like they have been worn for 5 years?
    sounds a reasonable explanation. unless they use denim that has been stored and aged for 5 years?

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    literally 5 year old denim sounds more likely knowing sugar cane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honcho View Post
    literally 5 year old denim sounds more likely knowing sugar cane.
    so what do they do store it for 5 years?

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    Maybe they get somebody to wear them for a full 5 years for that completely genuine look! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by getcaned View Post
    .......unless they use denim that has been stored and aged for 5 years?
    i think that is the answer. have heard that before from some other brands using it as a selling point to take my money, but I never understood the actual point. is there one?
    apart from confusing me and making me believe (and other so called denim men/girls) that this is the new sh*t and making us feeling to embarrassed to actually question it or to dare to ask.....hehe!
    its not like it is a bottle of wine or cheese, made for consumption....
    Haha!!!:
    So there you go: what the h*ll is the f*cking point ?

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    adero i get your point. for a lot of ppl though denim is just like wine. there are plenty of denim connoisseurs around these days. i think if the denim becomes super soft or something through the aging process then it could be a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrypothead View Post
    adero i get your point. for a lot of ppl though denim is just like wine. there are plenty of denim connoisseurs around these days. i think if the denim becomes super soft or something through the aging process then it could be a good idea.
    Denim connoisseurs!!
    ha.....never heard that one before...but I like it!
    beautifully put!
    i think you created a whole new label to be used instead of the effing geeky and making-me-sick "denim nerds"...boy do I hate that description.
    almost as much as I hate the ppl calling themself it.

    The denim nerds are dead! Long live the Denim Connoisseurs!

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    Denim Connoisseurs!

    does that mean you have to chew on the denim for a few minutes before spitting it out in a bowl?

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