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Originally Posted by somatoform View Post
Good grief, no! Go hiking, finish a basement, do some construction, brick a driveway, take them down to the coal mines, go scavenging for gold at your local stream, help a friend move furniture from one house to another. Anything but jogging. Quevola's jeans look awful.

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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
lol id have to agree ... this isnt the most ideal progression of fades IMO but to each his own

I hear you guys - to me it's about the challenge of training for and then running a marathon in jeans. Not for everyone (hell - not for me either if I wasn't so stubborn and complete what I say I'm going to do). When it is all said and done these jeans will have a special place in my wardrobe and tell the story of my stupidity
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lol ... cant wait to see your finished product
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collinssjd:

That JD better not stand for juris doctor. Let me show you how a real lawyer acts:

Mauro, I'm disappointed with the small holes in my jeans. I look forward to seeing how you can fix this problem either through a refund, rebate, or repair. Take as long as you need to figure out the best solution. If your solution is not sufficient, I'll give you a call so we can work something out. In the interim, please continue to keep us all updated. All the best,

-Insp86
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My experience with Mauro and his staff has been 100% positive. For example, I once had a situation with an order from another board affiliate and Mauro went out of his way to help resolve the situation. In addition, Mauro is extremely responsive to every email I send him. I do not know and I have never met Mauro, but from a business perspective he is a top notch professional.

I do not own the jeans because I find it difficult to justify purchasing jeans at that price point (I wish I did not have this problem because the jeans rock). Also, I wish you guys did an opposite collab at a cheaper price point (selvage 100 bucks cheaper raw and made from a less rare fabric). You can always go all out with buying the best/limited fabric, dyes, buttons, etc., however, to create a truly inspiring piece is to do so with out all the bells and whistles. IMO

Hope every thing works out
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

if ever there was a time for such a .gif, now is the time.

it seems like mauro is handling things really well though. definitely sucks that this shit had to happen
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Originally Posted by insp86 View Post
collinssjd:

That JD better not stand for juris doctor. Let me show you how a real lawyer acts:

Mauro, I'm disappointed with the small holes in my jeans. I look forward to seeing how you can fix this problem either through a refund, rebate, or repair. Take as long as you need to figure out the best solution. If your solution is not sufficient, I'll give you a call so we can work something out. In the interim, please continue to keep us all updated. All the best,

-Insp86

Well, maybe little bitch attorneys working for the EPA.
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Originally Posted by VolsVolsVols View Post
Well, maybe little bitch attorneys working for the EPA.

WTF is your problem?
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Originally Posted by VolsVolsVols View Post
Anyone on this forum who still considers Mauro to be a legitimate merchant is a total fool.

Unless you're in his 15-member circle jerk, in which case I wish you continued success in your worship of inferior denim and a hopelessly-unintelligent Italian.

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bdeuce, your image isn't coming through and it looks as though you are just quoting that post..
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Originally Posted by VolsVolsVols View Post
Well, maybe little bitch attorneys working for the EPA.

my dad is literally the best lawyer in the country and when I showed him some of the lawyer replies in this thread he was so disgusted he vomited all over my laptop (which is ok, because really, he bills like $5000 an hour).
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You should invest in a Panasonic Toughbook or maybe an iPhone.
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lol Teger I want to work for your dad when i finish school.

and Vols, i dont get it ... are you pissed at Mauro over your denim or were you just adding fuel to the flames?
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^^lol. I want a panasonic toughbook.
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Originally Posted by VolsVolsVols View Post
You should invest in a Panasonic Toughbook or maybe an iPhone.

My dad is such a good lawyer he has access to brands that you don't even know exist.
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iphones wont stand up to vomit, i assure you
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