1001′s hits the water

Update: Post wash 1001′s

Recently I decided that I’m gonna wash my 1001′s more frequently than what I’ve done so far with my other jeans. The upcoming TCB contest have pushed me further into the land of vintage fades; and what better jean to go for vintage fades with than a pair from possibly the best repro brand around?

The 1001′s were one washed when I bought them so this was their second wash, two months in. From now on they’ll get a wash about every 4 weeks or so. A well trained eye isn’t really necessary to noticed that I messed up the wash. On the pic showing the slowly emerging traintracks you can see the line you get from forgetting to turn your jeans inside out when you wash. Don’t throw your jeans in the washer when you’re tired, haha. It will turn out okay though, makes them (and my S0500XX that I also fucked up) a little more special.

There’s not too much to show as of yet, but I have no doubt they will become bloody awsome.

Warehouse 1001 front

 

Warehouse 1001 back
Warehouse 1001 patch

 

Warehouse 1001 top-block

 

Warehouse 1001 wash-fail

 

Warehouse 1001 backpocket

 

Warehouse 1001 puckering

 

Warehouse 1001 roping


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I'm a Swedish denimhead working in marketing. In 2011 I got devoured by the denim scene after working for Levi's. You will also find me posting about denim on Superfuture under the handle Bobbo.