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post #91 of 360
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Originally Posted by Andy
They also have rag&bone now, and they had some apc stuff, but I didn't see any jeans only cords. I was also told they would be getting cheap monday for guys in a month or so. It's nice that houston finnaly has somewhere to buy jeans other than the typical seven and true religion.
The CoOp I went to didn't have APC in, even the sales people were surprised that was the case. I wanted to try some on.
post #92 of 360
Does anyone know if Crate jeans are always dry selvage? I was looking at a pair online and they don't have the selvage belt loop. Thanks.
post #93 of 360
Not always. Ask the Crate guys about it. You can find their contact info on the first page of the Secret Service affiliate thread: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?p=1442966
post #94 of 360
cheers. I'll send them an email.
post #95 of 360
Actually, I was wondering the same question. However, I'd already pulled the trigger on a pair of Route's. We'll see on Monday, I guess.
post #96 of 360
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Originally Posted by cookieoflife View Post
Actually, I was wondering the same question. However, I'd already pulled the trigger on a pair of Route's. We'll see on Monday, I guess.

hey can you tell me what the fit is like? I've been thinking about getting those
post #97 of 360
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Actually, I was wondering the same question. However, I'd already pulled the trigger on a pair of Route's. We'll see on Monday, I guess.
Did you buy that pair of Routes on Ebay? If so, the seller informed me that they were not selvage. I think they were fairly old stock. The measurements of that pair did not match measurements from Crate or from unko, who just bought a pair of Routes.
post #98 of 360
most current Crate jeans are selvedge. Routes and Journals are selvedge (unless you get the Route khaki which is not selvedge), the older cut Hamilton is selvedge.

The James and Sally were not selvedge.

Routes fit really true to size. My size 32 are 32 waist, 20 across hips, 12 across top of thigh and just shy of 8" at the hem. The fit is like a good slimfit, not skinny but slim. The inseam comes very long at 37" so most will want to hem them a bit
post #99 of 360
James was selvage for that special limited run (booya) and they currently are now, too. I need to pick a pair of Routes in December. Liked the fit when I tried them on but I really didn't want to be tempted to wear them over my Journals right now.
post #100 of 360
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
most current Crate jeans are selvedge. Routes and Journals are selvedge (unless you get the Route khaki which is not selvedge), the older cut Hamilton is selvedge.

The James and Sally were not selvedge.

Routes fit really true to size. My size 32 are 32 waist, 20 across hips, 12 across top of thigh and just shy of 8" at the hem. The fit is like a good slimfit, not skinny but slim. The inseam comes very long at 37" so most will want to hem them a bit

Thanks, I think you just convinced me to pull the trigger since I've been looking for a cheap pair of jeans with a long inseam.
post #101 of 360
sale at Barneys
Crate dry jeans for around $89
LVC 47 501 $109
post #102 of 360
is it safe to say that the route has a fit somewhere on the spectrum between the NS and NC? If so, which one is it more like?
post #103 of 360
More like NS. Take a look at the photo here: http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...urce=shopstyle
post #104 of 360
yeah, I saw that photo too, but then the shot on the context site looked much slimmer, almost NC-esque. that's why I was confused...
post #105 of 360
Context says the Journal has a rise of 8.5"... is this correct?
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