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post #211 of 282
I heard someone died in sullivans last week
post #212 of 282
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pscolari:
Also had Billy Reid, BoO, and Hollander & Lexer

I said BoO, but I never noticed the other two.
post #213 of 282
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Originally Posted by bagley920 View Post

You boys are forgetting The Pit which is one block over!

is that what it sounds like? BBQ? I hope so satisfied.gif

btw... thanks pscolari!
post #214 of 282
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is that what it sounds like? BBQ? I hope so satisfied.gif
btw... thanks pscolari!


Yes, BBQ. Has been featured on the Food Network many times.

post #215 of 282
Thinking of picking up the Nash Straight in either Rinsed or Raw.
For any owners of either which would you recommend?
How did you size them?
How much stretching?
post #216 of 282

I always prefer raw but that's just me. As for the stretching, they will stretch atleast one size. If you like your pants loose, go down 1, if you like them snug fitting, go down 2. Waist is what stretches the most, haven't seen much from thighs at all.

post #217 of 282
Thx for the info.
Are they TTS (i.e. does a 32 measure out to 32)?
post #218 of 282

http://www.unionmadegoods.com/Raleigh_Denim_Nash_Raw_Straight_Fit_778.html

 

Raw's comes about an inch larger in the waist. Post soak, they should be TTS.

post #219 of 282

Just got my Raleigh Nash Jeans shortened to about a 31 1/4 inseam...next up is  getting them tapered to a 15 inch ankle/shin opening...They will exactly on par with my R13 and Polo Slim-Straight jeans...I'll post some pics when the jeans are done

post #220 of 282
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Originally Posted by Sreezy36 View Post

Just got my Raleigh Nash Jeans shortened to about a 31 1/4 inseam...next up is  getting them tapered to a 15 inch ankle/shin opening...They will exactly on par with my R13 and Polo Slim-Straight jeans...I'll post some pics when the jeans are done


Why not have jeans with two different cuts? 

post #221 of 282
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Why not have jeans with two different cuts? 

 

The extra long raw denim with the baggy lower leg opening that you have to double cuff isn't for me...plain and simple....the 15 inch leg opening is standard for all of my jeans and chinos...the 15 inch lower leg opening is the most versatile cut for me


Edited by Sreezy36 - 6/8/12 at 11:45am
post #222 of 282

Don't see the point of buying a jean and altering. Just buy a different brand that makes your cut if you like that cut.

post #223 of 282

Well if I were a little guy I would buy a pair of Thin fit raleighs and call it the day...However, I am 6'  223lbs with a 33 inch waist..I am a built like a football player...the biggest problem I have with jeans is finding a decent pair that fit well in the waist, backside, and thighs...When I tried on my raleighs for the first time they were the best fitting jeans I had ever put on in my entire life...So I bought em without any hesitation...Now as far as the altering goes, no matter what jeans or pants I buy, I will always have to get them altered just because of my build (only other option is custom)

post #224 of 282

To each their own I guess. I'm just not a fan of altering the intended look

post #225 of 282
My impression is that the current stock will stretch quite a lot, is that right? I tried on a pair of Keats wash 30" that we're barely button-able, but the sales rep suggested I try the 31", which I now have on order from another store. It's a killer sale price and I'm a little worried about missing out on the 30s, any sizing thoughts to help me?
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