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Originally Posted by Kent Money View Post
I feel ya Bach, at times I feel that the Flatheads are a little tight for my build, I wish I coulda got them in a 34 instead of 33.

Does anyone else think they are in the 'too tight' category?

I'd be happier with my skulls if they were 30 instead of 29. Was going to quit wearing them after the top button broke (which is its own story) but decided just to keep rockin them.
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Teger - Ya know, I did that not too long ago and it worked ok. The thing is, doesnt really help stretch the calf out...

However, I think the jeans may look a little tighter in the pictures because it was my first time wearing them in a while, they shrink a little...

dmash, our jeans are two different models. The SExFH05s are really slim to begin with...

My bad, I thought you were referring to Flatheads in general
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Grr - lighting turned out a bit inconsistent this time. Oh well. The close-ups show true colour better. Epaulet Momotaro Alden
post #15154 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Kent Money View Post
I feel ya Bach, at times I feel that the Flatheads are a little tight for my build, I wish I coulda got them in a 34 instead of 33.

Does anyone else think they are in the 'too tight' category?

I think the cuffed jeans you are wearing are perfect for your build. The SExFH can certainly work but I would try them with a slimmer overall silhouette.
post #15155 of 21557
Like everything about that fit except the proportions, Doctor. You need to sag your jeans way the fuck down or something, looks like you're on stilts.
post #15156 of 21557
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Originally Posted by slaani View Post
Like everything about that fit except the proportions, Doctor. You need to sag your jeans way the fuck down or something, looks like you're on stilts.

They practically are, he's like 2 meters from what I remember. Definitely don't envy him in trying to find clothes/shoes that fit.
post #15157 of 21557
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Like everything about that fit except the proportions, Doctor. You need to sag your jeans way the fuck down or something, looks like you're on stilts.

Like Aeglus said... 39" inseam - no hemming, shoes are 15E... I'm over 2m tall with long legs to boot.

Honestly, I usually wear my shirt untucked for this reason. It evens me out a bit. I had hoped it wasn't *so* obvious. Ah well.... Back to no tuck...
post #15158 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Kent Money View Post
Teger - Ya know, I did that not too long ago and it worked ok. The thing is, doesnt really help stretch the calf out...

However, I think the jeans may look a little tighter in the pictures because it was my first time wearing them in a while, they shrink a little...

dmash, our jeans are two different models. The SExFH05s are really slim to begin with...


I think they look too tight.
post #15159 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
tall with long legs to boot... [h]onestly, I usually wear my shirt untucked for this reason. It evens me out a bit.

I feel your pain, brah.
post #15160 of 21557
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Past few days
Is that a Uniqlo sweatshirt?
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39" inseam.... holy shit! haha. I do think you should loosen up a bit, sag your jeans a little, let the shirt be casual and untuck it.
post #15162 of 21557
Momos look like they're starting to break. Isn't the electric blue nice? also the top block on 0701's doesn't like to sag IMO
post #15163 of 21557
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
39" inseam.... holy shit! haha.

I do think you should loosen up a bit, sag your jeans a little, let the shirt be casual and untuck it.

That is a crazy inseam, damn.
post #15164 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
Like Aeglus said... 39" inseam - no hemming, shoes are 15E... I'm over 2m tall with long legs to boot. Honestly, I usually wear my shirt untucked for this reason. It evens me out a bit. I had hoped it wasn't *so* obvious. Ah well.... Back to no tuck...
Being 6'3" I have dealt with a more minor version of this issue. If you sagged your jeans (every inch down is +2 inches to your torso relative to your legs) you could make your legs look less stiltsy. You can also play angles like lower rises and thinner belts to eke out a few more perceived inches on your torso without Soulja Boy sagging. you pretty much sold me on a pair of aldens for my next shoe, nice kicks.
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I'm 6'3", so your strategy is to get a high rise jean like 11.5/12 and then just wear them mid? The problem with being tall and wearing low rise denim is that your tops won't really fit.
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