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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post

5 posts = Get off daddy's lapand partake more in some fashion discussion on the internets

Do you realize how queer this comment was? Did you kick out your hip and snap a Z after this one? ;-)
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Just jerkin' your chain, man. Do your thing so the rest of us will look better someday. :-)
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Yo Hawkeye man, those jeans are amazing. Sickest jeans on this thread by far. I was considering some 103's or Flathead 310's by I may just get the Studio's now after seeing yours. Good job.
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Here are a bunch of mine. I have 2 more pairs, but they're MIA at the moment.

Dior MIJ 21cm sz 27




S2A wax coated sz 29 (waist taken in, yet measures 30")




Skull 5010XX grey sz 28




Sling & Stones Mary natural indigo sz 26




Sling & Stones Mary synthetic indigo sz 26




APC NS Black sz 25


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totally epic, those jeans all fit you pretty well. I might have to get a pair of the APC NS in black.
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totally epic - which one is your favorite?
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
The only evolution I see is the trash can. Decent fabric but atrocious design details. You should find a blog for Extreme Sports idiots and post there, they love that rubbish!.

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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
The jeans didn't look good. The weird stitching connecting the pockets were pretty hideous. Either get new jeans or expect people not to like them.

Can we please stop the anti-designer expensive brand crusades? There are like 3 threads devoted to it. There is no problem with call outs if something looks bad. This place is far from sufu so i don't think we need to get worried about anything.


Just a quick question back on this topic:
Would you guys equate the odd cut on the back pocket area to be as loud and ugly as many 'internet popular' brands of premium denim? For example, Nudie's back pocket stitching? Just curious....
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Nudie's stitching is a personal preference. I've seen plenty of casual outfits where i actually like the nudie stitching a lot. It's loud sure, but also has some coolguy edge to it. The problem is, a lot of people only have 1 pair of jeans and the nudie back pockets don't work well with every single outfit. The volcom back design wouldn't work in any situation. Don't worry man, i know you have a pair. They fit you pretty nice and stuff, but i just don't know why they designed the back like that.
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totally epic: great jeans and they all fit you well. I really really like the s2a pair.
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Nudie's stitching is a personal preference. I've seen plenty of casual outfits where i actually like the nudie stitching a lot. It's loud sure, but also has some coolguy edge to it. The problem is, a lot of people only have 1 pair of jeans and the nudie back pockets don't work well with every single outfit. The volcom back design wouldn't work in any situation. Don't worry man, i know you have a pair. They fit you pretty nice and stuff, but i just don't know why they designed the back like that.

I'm not worried, and don't really care that people may hate them. As Rye said, they're a decent material and fairly durable, and like you said, they have a pretty good fit on me. The other guy's fit is appears much looser and upsized compared to mine, and I don't expect everyone to like them.

What I was hitting at was the cut on the back seems fairly subtle compared to a lot of the stitching on jeans. IMO, the uniform coloring on the back would be less noticeable, and hence less garrish. I wouldn't go as far as to say a pair of volcom's are as good or better than a pair of Nudies/Sugarcanes/45RPM's/insert your flavor here, I'm just wondering how some people might accept/prefer certain loud features and not others (stitching, cuts, waist/pocket selvage, etc)

Don't worry about hurting my feelings, I'm confident in what I wear. I don't know why they had to cut the back like that either...
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My new Flatheads... They fit amazing right now. I haven't taken the tags off yet because I don't know if I'll be able to wear them after a soak. But I don't want to size up either because after they stretch they will be too big for what I want. So I'm thinking of keeping these and sticking to dry cleaning. [IMG][/IMG] [IMG][/IMG]
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lude- I think rye and i were thinking that the back design was just ugly moreso than loud. But who cares. jbreen- You could try a soak in them and wearing them a bit while wet to stretch them out. Or you could even go the old fashioned STF way and run a hot bath, and sit in the tub wearing the jeans. It'll shrink, but shouldn't shrink much past your own body. Plus, jeans stretch like crazy when they're wet. Unless the urban legend about the guy being crushed to death by a pair of stfs in the bathtub is true....
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
lude- I think rye and i were thinking that the back design was just ugly moreso than loud. But who cares.


jbreen- You could try a soak in them and wearing them a bit while wet to stretch them out. Or you could even go the old fashioned STF way and run a hot bath, and sit in the tub wearing the jeans. It'll shrink, but shouldn't shrink much past your own body. Plus, jeans stretch like crazy when they're wet. Unless the urban legend about the guy being crushed to death by a pair of stfs in the bathtub is true....

Yea man, I think I'm going to do a luke-warm soak with them on in the tub because I'm to much of a baby to sit in cold water. But if they do shrink me to death I'll make sure my family comes looking for you lol. I really love the stacking right now though too and the inseam shrinks like 3" on Flatheads.
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Pull on the legs of the jeans a few times when they're wet and it shouldn't shrink up as much.
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
lude- I think rye and i were thinking that the back design was just ugly moreso than loud.

The back stitching is pretty bad, but perhaps this can be used as a learning experience to get him into dry denim and show him what's better instead of curb-stomping him after his first 3 posts?
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