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Quote: Originally Posted by hooker4186 I'll bet they could answer your question in this thread. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=85589 You know, instead of starting a whole new one. I'm pretty sure he just bumped an old one, there, mate. General rule is size down 1/2 from your true size.
Most people can't pull them off, but that's true with lots of things. I think it also depends on what you mean by "skinny". The standard, at least in US, seems to be bootcut or baggy jeans, at least among the general population. A skinny jean, to me, are those horrible torture pants you sometimes see kids on skateboards wearing; I'm aware, however, that, to some people, a skinny jean is anything that flatters the figure. For me, I prefer a slimmer, straight cut....
Yeah, I'm pretty certain these aren't raw, they weren't stiff enough. Mine shrunk slightly from washing, but the leg opening continues to be too big for my liking. The 514 cut, in general is a little bit too loose from the knee down, I hope Levi's puts it through a revision at some point (and lengthens the rise!).
Quote: Originally Posted by Flizzzipper Hey! You are from GAF right? lol My NS stretched a lot plus I think I lost a little weight. At first I could barely button them but now I really think I should have got 27's. Had them about 4 months now. Quote: Originally Posted by golfham I've had the same problem. I bought three different APC NS and they still were too tight on the thighs. I bought some Rescues which should be...
The tag says they're made in China, despite the Nihon Denim thing on the inside of the right pocket. So the same as mentioned earlier in this thread. As far as Levi's go, though, I'd say these are a nice pair of jeans. Definitely heavier than any other pairs I've purchased from them.
Joke post?
Quote: Originally Posted by shahanshah http://www.bennettsirongate.co.uk/Ou...And-Outerwear/ http://www.xileclothing.com/browse/B...6_0_no_na.html http://www.zeeandco.co.uk/Label/Barb...7/p126163.aspx you might as well time it with your arrival to avoid the shipping but then you gonna pay VAT. i guess depends which is more The International is actually a great recommendation; that's the one I wore (and continue to wear!). It's probably...
I just recently moved back from London. For my money, the best you can find would be a Barbour, one of their Wax Cotton Jackets. It doesn't get terribly cold in London, but it can get windy and, as you mentioned, very wet. A Barbour is basically built for this kind of weather, and it lasts forever.
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