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Quote: Originally Posted by Ricardo Malocchio Well, it is kinda tempting. Is the sizing different for raw denim? That is, if I usually wear a 29 waist in the 514s, should I get the 30? I ordered the same size, and they fit just like the regular 514s initially fit. Whether they will stretch out as much is an open question. Levis.com has a pretty good return policy if you don't like what you get.
I like them fine. They aren't as nice as my JS rockers, but I wasn't epecting them to be. I think they're nicer than the UO unbranded jeans, but the denim is not as heavyweight as the UOs. So I'd say they're worth the eighty bucks Levis is asking. I got 40% off for filling out some survey Levis.com emailed me, so I picked them up for around $50--I think they're well worth it at that price. Edit to say, I haven't really worn them much beyond trying them on because it's...
A Japanese friction folder:
Quote: Originally Posted by Ricardo Malocchio Back in March, I bought a pair of the "Premium Japanese Selvege" Levis 514s. It's my understanding that those were NOT raw, but gorgeous denim nonetheless. I love these jeans. Now I see that Levis is stocking these "raw, rigid selvege" 514s: http://us.levi.com/product/index.jsp...691994.3146870 I take it this is an entirely different denim than what I bought in March? Form the pictures, it looks...
No, thank you.
I think that I like your coat, but I need to see more pics to be sure. Does it have some kind of assymetrical chestflap thing going on, or am I seeing things?
Quote: Originally Posted by Orlics I have the fiscal responsibility of an 8 year old child, so I decided to pull the trigger on The Watch 2.0. It IS way overpriced, but I really like how it looks. If my buyer's remorse escalates I think I'll just return it. The store's literally around the block from my place anyway. You might like it a little better if you loop the extra length of strap back through that first keeper like...
Quote: Originally Posted by thoogsby Would the Iron Ranger be considered a good all around winter boot? I'm looking for something that can survive a Boston winter for around $300. I don't really think so--they'd be more suitable with a commando sole. I made it through last winter with IRs but only because it didn't really snow very much. On the slushy days, you'll need something like yaktrax to make the IRs work.
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Astris: that looks great!
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