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That 14ss buffalo check in beige in size 3 is SUPER rare because it was sought after. The 15aw model is easy to come by because its pattern isn't even close to as good as the original buffalo check pattern. If you asked for a new item, they wouldn't even have that 14SS model, let alone in new condition. Should at least have reasonable expectations before going to purchase, but I agree you specified you wanted the 14ss model and they gave you another season.
Those brigs are vegetable tanned cowhide and extremely susceptible to staining or discoloration. No way you can preserve color, they will darken over time. Best thing to do is wear them as long as possible. As you get dark spots and discoloration go all out and use saphir renovateur and cover them to make the discoloration uniform (any conditioner on these will darken the whole boot). How do I know this? I owned the boots- didn't like how easily the leather marked and...
They already sold out...
Might list mine for sale, hard to wear / pull off.
probably size 3
Super low rise on the skinny fit, probably returning mine for a size up- i also heard rise is a bit different on 34 inseam vs 32 but measurements are identical online. Slim fit straight selvedge in the same fabric fits nice sized down 1 but requires a taper. Pick your poison, for 50 bones either is decent.
looks good to me, if it hasnt washed you can probably get it to shrink a bit with a wash/dry
I think they are just short of impossible to pull off. Outside of lookbook photos I have yet to see a fit pic that entices me to buy. There are several pairs on discount if you look around and buy second hand, maybe worth the risk.
10.5 imho, half down from brig size
No way he can afford to size down, they look fine for somebody with a regular build in SLP. I'm still skinny and thats about how the SLP jeans fit on me, not much you can do...
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