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post #406 of 772
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Originally Posted by mookiej View Post


I was looking into saving up for those Black Stanton IDCs too. How did you size them? How do they fit?
Also, this is a weird question but do they smell? I've had other black denim that had that sulphur smell, just wondering if these did too. Thanks

I've got pretty big thighs so I always tend to size to what will fit them and end up having to wear a belt. I went with a 36 and already will have to wear a belt with 'em, but this size fits me perfectly thought the thighs and the leg.  Guess I just need to run more or something huh?

The fit is the exact same as the regular Stanton, and it's really one of my favorites.  I might be able to snap a few fit pics tomorrow.

You know it's funny that you ask about the smell.  I was looking the details earlier and noticed the smell.  Nothing major, but they do have the a little bit of sulfur smell to them.  I'm sure that will go away with some wear.

post #407 of 772
Just got my black AG-R and green herringbone safari trousers today.
Perfect fit and nice material on both!
Karl was great to deal with, very responsive over email.
post #408 of 772
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Originally Posted by Broark View Post

I've got pretty big thighs so I always tend to size to what will fit them and end up having to wear a belt. I went with a 36 and already will have to wear a belt with 'em, but this size fits me perfectly thought the thighs and the leg.  Guess I just need to run more or something huh?
The fit is the exact same as the regular Stanton, and it's really one of my favorites.  I might be able to snap a few fit pics tomorrow.
You know it's funny that you ask about the smell.  I was looking the details earlier and noticed the smell.  Nothing major, but they do have the a little bit of sulfur smell to them.  I'm sure that will go away with some wear.

Cool, thanks for your response! Fit pics would be awesome. Have fun enjoying them.
post #409 of 772
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

Just got my black AG-R and green herringbone safari trousers today.
Perfect fit and nice material on both!
Karl was great to deal with, very responsive over email.

I've been interested in some AG-R trousers for a while. If you're interested in posting fit pics, I'd love to see how they look. Also, how did you size them?
post #410 of 772

Noticed that the Dark Stanton JPS now has a Kurabo selvedge "dark indigo" denim, whereas the previous Dark Stantons used a Kaihara non-selvedge "dark navy overdyed" denim.

 

Why the change? And what are the major differences in the denims? -- especially in regard to how the jeans will wear and fade, obviously.

 

Thanks.

post #411 of 772
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Originally Posted by Brattman View Post

I've been interested in some AG-R trousers for a while. If you're interested in posting fit pics, I'd love to see how they look. Also, how did you size them?

Sure, I'll post pics when I wear them, maybe tomorrow.
I went with my normal jean size (34) and the fit is spot on.
post #412 of 772

oh my gosh, just got my RTxIDC Black Stantons. Sized a 33. Definitely couldve gone 32. they fit loose in the bum. Did a hot soak to try and shrink a little but theyre sanforized so the results were minimal (they do stand up on their own now though ha). 

 

despite the sizing being a little bigger than id have liked, they are absolutely astonishingly solidly built and designed jeans. The solid black selvedge is so nice, so tough. I may have been happier with the SK in hindsight, but these are more versatile not being so skinny. 

 

I used to be a 36 but have lost just shy of 40lbs since may so i was excited to get some new RGT's to make up for my now far too large dark stantons and RK ISC's. I did some measurements against my N&F Skinny Guys to match up to the RGT stanton sizing chart and the 33 should have been near perfect. I guess the 32 would have been better. So size down one on these, guys, IMO. 

 

But with the discount on the cyber monday sale, I got these jeans for 160, and to compare them to my N&F's or APC New Cures in that price range the craftsmanship comparison would be laughable. These are fucking gorgeous. 

 

I also got the dark brown/gold roller buckle belt (the one without the stitching decals) and it is the perfect weight and sized belt to my taste. Slightly thinner than my corter and tanner belts, but such a solid belt. should sized down to a 34 belt but went 36 and im on the last notch. I can always punch a new hole if i must. Just bought a belt punch on ebay for 6 bucks last week to account for the recent weight loss. 

post #413 of 772

I need some fit help.  I just picked up a pair of rogue territory SK 14.5 jeans.  I am worried they look too skinny, but the Stantons seem like they will be a little baggy for me.  The size 32 sk was too bit in the waist and the waist on these fit well.  A little snug but not bad.  I already have Momotaro by Japan Blue that are similar in fit to the Stantons and they are a bit baggy for me.  Do you think these will look good after they break in a bit?  Thanks!

 

 

 

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post #414 of 772

I don't think those look too skinny.  Thigh fit looks good and the knee down isn't skin tight.  I guess it depends what you're used to.  

post #415 of 772
Agreed. Good fit for skinny cut. All depends on what you like or hoping for.
post #416 of 772
Cool, thanks, ill keep them!
post #417 of 772
They look great, fitwise. Will only conform more to your body.
post #418 of 772
They look fine. The first day of wearing jeans you're always thinking "oh shit did I make a mistake."
Plus if you think momo x japan blue are too baggy, I'm not sure there's that much inbetween.
The biggest difference should be the leg taper.
post #419 of 772

possibly even size down 1 more, since theyll stretch out and it seems like the butt is kind of sagging.

post #420 of 772
Thanks but yeah I don't think I can size down anymore without the calves and ankles being too tight. the top block is actually pretty snug. Normally the butt doesn't look like it is sagging so much. It must be the way I was standing.
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