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post #31 of 229
nvm
post #32 of 229
superfuture has quality control, they banned XenoX.
post #33 of 229
wow those look sick except two caveats 1)16 oz denim is a no go here 2)rise is too low for my taste... im out
post #34 of 229
The rep tab is hilarious. Will you do custom extra long rep tabs/e(mbroidered)-peens?

And +1 on superdenim having more dedicated denimheads than SF. That's not a problem or a deficiency, just a troof.
post #35 of 229
really like this low rise, my concern is after i need to get it hemmed to around 32" inseam.. with the bigger leg opening in the 32,33 sizes, and with 5 inches off, the leg opening might be even bigger :\\
post #36 of 229
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Originally Posted by constant struggle View Post
really like this low rise, my concern is after i need to get it hemmed to around 32" inseam.. with the bigger leg opening in the 32,33 sizes, and with 5 inches off, the leg opening might be even bigger :\\

That's what I was also thinking. It looks like I'm going to need a size 33. I'd go with the 32 (measures 34 waist), but with that low of a rise they'll be pretty tight. These actually look like they are similar to the Nudie Average Joe in cut. Anyway, I'll need to get these hemmed and would like to know how big the leg opening will be if I get them hemmed to a 32 or 33. Is it best to call the store? Don't want to be a pain and bother them too much since I'm sure they'll extremely busy.
post #37 of 229
They are a slim straight leg, so I doubt it makes much of a difference
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Originally Posted by kiya
The fit is that of a straight leg jean, slightly slimmed down, with a button fly and a long inseam which can be hemmed to the wearer's length without altering the silhouette.
post #38 of 229
Thread Starter 
Now is the time to finally embrace a larger leg opening. We've got to move past tapered jeans, try a larger leg opening with a cuff that doesn't touch your shoes or boots. Or a hem that barely breaks at your shoes..
post #39 of 229
There probably isn't enough time for this, but I was wondering:

What size is the model wearing?
What is the model's waist measurement?
What is the model's height and are the jeans he is wearing hemmed (to what length?) or just cuffed?
What size GT's is he wearing?

His fit is pretty great and he looks a lot like me. I"d like to replicate and enjoy some really comfortable straight legs for once. Thanks.
post #40 of 229
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Now is the time to finally embrace a larger leg opening.
We've got to move past tapered jeans, try a larger leg opening with a cuff that doesn't touch your shoes or boots. Or a hem that barely breaks at your shoes..

indeed, i've been wearing some cuffed RRL's for the last year mostly, with a leg opening over 8" cuffed, with no break

although after i check my finances, i think i want these as well
post #41 of 229
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post
There probably isn't enough time for this, but I was wondering:

What size is the model wearing?
What is the model's waist measurement?
What is the model's height and are the jeans he is wearing hemmed (to what length?) or just cuffed?
What size GT's is he wearing?

His fit is pretty great and he looks a lot like me. I"d like to replicate and enjoy some really comfortable straight legs for once. Thanks.

The model (Sidney) is wearing a size 29, that's almost sizing up two for him.
If he was to wear a size where it was snug around his waist he'd probably have to go down to a 27, but then Sidney is extremely skinny.
He's about 5'10" and his GT's are a size 8.5US.
The jeans he's wearing have not been hemmed, as you can tell by the long inseam and cuff.
post #42 of 229
Quote:
Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Now is the time to finally embrace a larger leg opening.
We've got to move past tapered jeans, try a larger leg opening with a cuff that doesn't touch your shoes or boots. Or a hem that barely breaks at your shoes..

I totally get that. i love the look of them on Sid in the pictures. It's just that a bigger leg opening (8.75 or bigger) doesn't look good on me because I have small feet (8-9 depending). Think I may give these a try though along with the Iron Heart slim jeans.
post #43 of 229
Great, thanks. I didn't completely get it the first time I read it

The model has a 29" waist.
He is wearing a size 29 which has a 31" waist. It is "like" he sized up two.

I'm guessing the jeans ride on the notch at the hip then? Not at his true waist... he's at a 31" hip measurement.
post #44 of 229
Thread Starter 
News Update:
The denim is unsanforized... Which is great, because we here at the store prefer unsanforized denim.
The specs listed for the denim that was produced listed the denim as "sanforized - little shrinkage", but it turns out they are not sanforized. They don't shrink as much as the denim found on Flat Head, PBJ's, Real Japan Blues, etc.. but they do shrink.

Shrinkage info is now found on the product page on our site:
http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...roducts_id=410

Sample shrinking measurements for a size 30, soaked in hot water for 30 minutes, then lined dried:
BEFORE
Waist 32.5
Inseam 37
Thigh 11.2
Leg Opening 8.2

AFTER
Waist 31.7
Inseam 35
Thigh 11
Leg Opening 8
post #45 of 229
I figure don't need to hotsoak, then right?
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