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Quote: Originally Posted by mlyngard Yay. See you in NYC on Sat, hopefully. Might have been answered, but you got stock on those in NY yet? Absolutely. Sold a pair just yesterday...
^Both Strike Gold models feature a button fly.
A lot of great looking jeans in here.... thanks for posting up, guys.
Quote: Originally Posted by rbny Kiya, I normally wear Rag and Bone RB11s and like the fit. Do you think that 3Sixteen SL-100x fits similarly? My hips are wider than my waist and I have muscular legs and glutes. Not too familiar with any of the Rag & Bone cuts, but the SL-100x is a straight leg with a fair bit of slimness to it. If you have bigger thighs and glutes, I'd suggest you also look at the Flat Head F380 and the RJB 105BSP - you may...
Quote: Originally Posted by geeti Question about RJB why is the 66BSPBK - 19cm Slim Tapered much cheaper than other RJB brand? any particular reasons? That model has been discontinued and has thus been reduced in price.
Quote: Originally Posted by splattered (Also posted in main jeans thread)On a second note - I'm finally getting the itch to pick up some jeans above the APC/3Sixteen tier... but the higher end brands all seem to be super heavy. I live in SoCal, so i'm not so sure super heavy denim would be a great idea... what could i get in a weight that fits straight and maybe somewhat slim like the 3Sixt SL models or the APC NS that wouldn't run me more than $300?...
MFSC SExT11 Wolverine 1000 Mile Ascot
The New York Times just gave SENY its third writeup since we've opened... this one is entirely dedicated to the shop and is quite in depth. It should be showing up in Sunday's print copy, but is currently posted up online for your reading enjoyment: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/15/fa...html?ref=style
Quote: Originally Posted by Guyute if someone wouldn't mind for this newb, to directly compare the fit/cut of the SL-100 vs. 501 STF... what would be expected differences in cut/fit thanks The cuts are very different... the SL cut is a modern slim straight leg, which means that it's not very roomy in the thigh and has a slight taper from the knee to the leg opening. The 501 will give you a much roomier thigh and calf - it's a traditional...
@Xenox @Superbobo: Thanks! @Norcal: Haha - I haven't gotten into a fight since middle school (which I lost). I wonder how I'd fare nowadays. Probably not too well.
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