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I don't have childbearing hips for chick pants. The ass will sag a lot, while the legs look like tights.

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Whats your height/weight?
Might be something psychological then lol food is delicious

5'7'' and 120 lbs.

I am not sure about that. I stopped drinking breastmilk when I was 4 months old, which is not normal for babies or the culture in my country.

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And back to clothes..

Any ideas on why the Need Supply momo is cheaper than elsewhere? I'm not feeling very hesitant since Need Supply is a good shop, but it's still odd...

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And back to clothes..

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Because they are Japan Blue by Momotaro.

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Because they are Japan Blue by Momotaro.


Is it a significant difference?

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Japan Blue, or Pure Blue Japan, is made out of lighter weight denim and the fit is slimmer when compared to Momotaro. I wouldn't recommend Momo's as a first purchase for their distinct: detailing, darker hardware, stitching, warp, and weft have the ability to make some outfits look 'off' however slightly, whereas the look of the Pure Blue Japan's look is more consensual, or versatile, than their closely related cousin.

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So to answer your question no, there is no significant difference to the average person. However some people here would say there is a huge difference.

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Japan Blue, or Pure Blue Japan, is made out of lighter weight denim and the fit is slimmer when compared to Momotaro. I wouldn't recommend Momo's as a first purchase for their distinct: detailing, darker hardware, stitching, warp, and weft have the ability to make some outfits look 'off' however slightly, whereas the look of the Pure Blue Japan's look is more consensual, or versatile, than their closely related cousin.

I'm curious with which outfits you would consider them "off"?
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i was unaware that PBJ and JB were the same company....

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i was unaware that PBJ and JB were the same company....

Yeah how accurate is that?

 

And the bit about outfits being "off", have no idea what thats supposed to mean. I mean if you have style it doesn't really matter and Momo's are next level shit so yeah they are not for everyone, but neither is half the stuff discussed on these type of forums. 

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i was unaware that PBJ and JB were the same company....

That's because they are not the same company.
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That's because they are not the same company.

Beat me to it. Japan Blue and Pure Blue Japan are not the same denim producer.


Japan Blue is a subsidiary (to my understanding) of the larger company that owns Momotaro - hence the similar cuts that can be exploited and similar branding. They make a really decent product for the money and would highly recommend them for a starter pair. At $200 it's a lot of bang for your buck.
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I'm torn between PBJ007 and 0702. The one difference I spotted from reading the posts is that the PBJ denim stretches a ton while momo doesn't stretch much. Can anyone comment on the fit? They look similar in measurements except PBJ007 seems to have a lower rise than 0702. Thanks!
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Go with the 702 and join our 702 fade club cool.gif
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Beat me to it. Japan Blue and Pure Blue Japan are not the same denim producer.
Japan Blue is a subsidiary (to my understanding) of the larger company that owns Momotaro - hence the similar cuts that can be exploited and similar branding. They make a really decent product for the money and would highly recommend them for a starter pair. At $200 it's a lot of bang for your buck.

Are there any newb-noticeable deficiencies compared to Momotaro?

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@ mrphrog,

the 0702 runs pretty true to size. if one is slim enough, he can definitely size one down. and the denim is more tightly woven compared to the pbj's 007.
if i don't already have n&f elephant, my next pair will surely be the 0702.

@ jimney,

the difference are things like maybe the weight, indigo colour(intensity etc), leather patch, and some japan blue denim has blue inseam.
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