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post #91 of 1173
Yes...I've soaked mine and now I'm just waiting for my suspenders to arrive in the mail so I can wear them proper. here they are post-soak...
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Originally Posted by JOA View Post
Anyone have those 1915 LVCs that Cultizm is carrying? They look really great.
post #92 of 1173
How should I go about sizing the 1947 501's or 1967 505s for a slim new standard type fit.
post #93 of 1173
Fear not I will be carrying LVC for spring 10 when everything launches again in the states.

I will start with the first jean made buy levis and go up to the newest 501.
Europe/Japan has always have a bigger interest in Levis than the states that's why the LVC division was moved to brussels.
If you have any questions about the spring 10 collection check my blog in a couple weeks
http://blog.shopfarinellis.com
I will have some sick ass pics for you with a little history lesson.
Best,
Mauro
post #94 of 1173
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post
Fear not I will be carrying LVC for spring 10 when everything launches again in the states.

I will start with the first jean made buy levis and go up to the newest 501.
Europe/Japan has always have a bigger interest in Levis than the states that's why the LVC division was moved to brussels.
If you have any questions about the spring 10 collection check my blog in a couple weeks
http://blog.shopfarinellis.com
I will have some sick ass pics for you with a little history lesson.
Best,
Mauro
Very interesting. Know if you'll be carrying the 1944s?
post #95 of 1173
Are both the 1947 501s and 1967 505s raw?
How do these run?
post #96 of 1173
the 505's are sanforized i believe. 505's bit smaller than tagged and the fit is slim. Curious about the rise though.
post #97 of 1173
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Are both the 1947 501s and 1967 505s raw?
How do these run?

'47s are raw shrink-to-fit and run true to size (pre-soak). My '47s are tagged 34x36 (I'm a 33 or 34 waist) and, after two washes in 9 months, now measure about 33.25 in the waist.
post #98 of 1173
How about the LVC 517's? Anyone know where one can procure a pair of these?

I have a pair that are slightly too big in the waist and I've been looking for a pair of 30 or 31 waist for months now with no luck. They aren't selvage so I guess that turns a lot of people off around here, but they're made with beautiful denim nonetheless.

Where the hell can I get these?
post #99 of 1173
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Originally Posted by tigerFormula View Post
the 505's are sanforized i believe. 505's bit smaller than tagged and the fit is slim. Curious about the rise though.

Wrong, the 505's are true to size; the rise is medium (like 10.5); have you ever actually had these jeans?
post #100 of 1173
What is the slimmer of the 1947 501s and 1967 505s?
post #101 of 1173
the LVC tshirts.. does anyone carry them, really?
post #102 of 1173
Look for them to re-appear this Spring.

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the LVC tshirts.. does anyone carry them, really?
post #103 of 1173
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What is the slimmer of the 1947 501s and 1967 505s?

I don't have any experience with the 1947's, but the 1967 bought in my TRUE waist size are very slim in the thigh, when sit they are tight.
post #104 of 1173
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Wrong, the 505's are true to size; the rise is medium (like 10.5); have you ever actually had these jeans?

I quoted exactly what someone from cultizm told me. They said the waist ran slightly small.
post #105 of 1173
Can anybody provide any tips on sizing STF.
I wear a size 30 in RRL straight lets and low straights.
Should I go for the 32s?
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