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post #16 of 669
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they are slim for sure. Measurements will be posted friday!

damn, i'm out of the country early fri > mon and don't know if i'll have computer access


probably slimmer than I'd like, but they look great. nice work
post #17 of 669
The denim is fan-fucking-tastic. I've seen how it looks when treated/washed and the blues are unreal. The indigo's blue-black nature, as well as the denim's smoothness, reminds me a bit of a richer version Somet. Aside from that, there really isn't much a comparison in terms of color to 5EP, Flathead, KMW, etc. It's an entirely different flavor. I can't speak for the fit as the sample I shot wasn't my size (who doesn't sample in 32s???) but I believe the basic idea here is to stick to your "usual" size when ordering. For $220 it's hard to compare it to other Japanese brands at the $2-300 level and not see these jeans as a bargain. Yes, I want a pair. You would, too.
post #18 of 669
What does a 13oz 3x1 fabric mean for the characteristics of the denim? Loose-weave?
post #19 of 669
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post
payman has a weird shaped body. They have a low rise I will say that much but not "offender low"
More pics will be posted soon.

If by that you mean Payman has a body that is chiseled like a Greek god's, then yes, I have a weird-shaped body.
post #20 of 669
Thread Starter 
the 3x1 is the weft yarns to the warp yarns
the oz is denim weight
the weave is not loose but very dense.
Please read the intro on the first page.
post #21 of 669
the sample pair was a 31, it ran pretty true to size. i was lucky enough to be in store when they came in. i skew between 30-32 in pants and these suckers did not button. but they are NICE.
post #22 of 669


just ordered some EG. got a tote. need more denim? prob not but definitely maybe. looks sick.
post #23 of 669
Are they all standard 34 inseam?
post #24 of 669
I was just wondering about the large-gauge yarns vs. the medium-low weight and how that works out. I'm probably just missing something. The jeans look great.
post #25 of 669
Thread Starter 
no they are 32 inseam but I measure long. Seems as of now to be more a 33-34 inseam.
post #26 of 669
Wow, there is alot of detail to this jean. Love the look of the buttons and how the inner crotch part is seamed together. These will be hard to pass up.
post #27 of 669
Beautiful looking jean . If they are not too slim i will be ordering a pair
post #28 of 669
Thread Starter 
Arms- I am trying to follow your questions. MWoC is using different thread gauge to play on the texture of the jean . It will give the jean a more rounded look.
I have called MWoC for a more in depth detailed answer for you.

The weight isn't low but it isn't beefy for sure. Please remember that the first levis where 10oz.
More answers to follow.
best,
mauro
post #29 of 669
These came out of nowhere! And releasing soon....geez. They look great. If I didn't have so many unworn pairs of jeans I would be 1st in line to get these guys Just wish the inseam was a bit longer...
post #30 of 669
the selvedge seam looks really nice. as a cuffer that is a big part of the aesthetic!
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