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post #16 of 25
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Wearing them like sheet metal is where the fun of raw denim is.

Don't care about the fun, I care about being and feeling comfortable while trying to look decent.

Stay on topic, if that's all the suggestions you guys have thanks for taking the time to reply. Greatly appreciated.
post #17 of 25
Throw the jeans in the dryer on low or no heat for an hour.
post #18 of 25
you could just not get raw denim
post #19 of 25
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you could just not get raw denim
Sigh, damn that really doesn't benefit me in terms of the original questions I asked in the OP. Please try harder next time. I actually want to try out a "Raw" denim style. Please read the OP carefully guys, but still thanks anyway.
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Throw the jeans in the dryer on low or no heat for an hour.
Have you tried this method before guys? I'm guessing you throw the denim in the dryer, while it's actually still dry correct? I really don't want to ruin a $150 pair of jeans..
post #20 of 25
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Sigh, damn that really doesn't benefit me in terms of the original questions I asked in the OP. Please try harder next time. I want to try out a "Raw" denim style. Please read the OP carefully guys, but thanks anyway.
you want raw denim but don't want that denim to have the traits that make raw denim desirable (i.e. the thick, hard denim allows it to settle into specific shapes so the fades have contrast) but hey thanks for being a bitch about a genuine suggestion. raw denim is not for everyone and it doesn't have to be you "want" raw denim, you just don't actually want raw denim alternatively you could just get levi's imprints
post #21 of 25
Can you guys recommend a pure linen shirt that won't wrinkle? Just buy a one wash.
post #22 of 25
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Can you guys recommend a pure linen shirt that won't wrinkle?

exactly
post #23 of 25
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you want raw denim but don't want that denim to have the traits that make raw denim desirable (i.e. the thick, hard denim allows it to settle into specific shapes so the fades have contrast) but hey thanks for being a bitch about a genuine suggestion. raw denim is not for everyone and it doesn't have to be you "want" raw denim, you just don't actually want raw denim alternatively you could just get levi's imprints
Hey, look "guy" don't go off on me. From my point of view it seemed like that you were being facetious, on a question I deem " a bit" serious in your first reply. Thanks for the e-insult btw. You could have simply said there was no way around it, and kept it moving. However, if that was your "genuine" suggestion thanks for it, but I'm trying to stick on the raw side if I can. Original question :
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Do note I'm not asking how to speed up the fading/whiskering process, I just want them softer and more comfortable (less stiff), so I can enjoy the process of fading, get it? Thanks alot guys.
Thanks for the suggestion Big Punisher, I never knew of one-wash.
post #24 of 25
btw, what jeans are you wearing? probably irrelevant to all posts in thread but i am curious.
post #25 of 25
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Hey, look "guy" don't go off on me. From my point of view it seemed like that you were being facetious, on a question I deem " a bit" serious in your first reply. Thanks for the e-insult btw. You could have simply said there was no way around it, and kept it moving. However, if that was your "genuine" suggestion thanks for it, but I'm trying to stick on the raw side if I can.

Don't be such a douche. You're the one that came in here, ignored all the sticky denim posts you should be writing in, and asked a vague question, only to act like a bitch when you didn't like the answer people gave you, after they went out of their way to give you an honest reply to your idiotic question.

Go buy some fucking true religions and get the fuck out of this forum.
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