You should measure the waist of your pants and compare it to measurements online.
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Weave generally isn't as tight as Momotaro itself, so it will give a bit more over time. With your measurements, I'd do a tagged 33 or 34, but it will depend how you want them to fit.
I think the most important question here is, do you have a 34" true waist (Where you want the jeans to sit) or is it really a bit larger? I would just measure any pair of pants you have that are snug... but not tight and see what they come out at.
But, if you are really a 34" true waist and you've checked this all before - then yeah, a 34 would work, it is true waist 36... youll lose 1.5-2.5" depending how hot you soak it.... if you want it really snug to start, soak it in hotter water.
Hope this helps in some way...
No way. I have first hand experience with Momo's. The waist will shrink about an inch. The inseam shrinks about 2 to 2.5 inches.
I paid w/ Visa and there were no additional charges. Don't know if I'll get hit w/ customs when they arrive
i am in love with the fit of my BOM006 in size 30,...I threw in the towel on my 0200sp in 30s because they were WAY too tight even after a few months of wearing them around the house.(left creases in my waist/hips if i was sitting)
What other model will fit like the BOM006? I understand its a fit borrowed from the Japan Blue line and not offered by Momotaro so what would be the closest??
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