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post #571 of 669
quick update ... unfortunately i only wear the CvsF full-time so these are still like under 10 wears at this point. and its kinda dark sorry



post #572 of 669
Since this thread has died, here's some comparison pictures. Jeans worn for around a month total, but have not been worn very "hard". They are still pretty stiff in some places actually, but some lighter blues are starting to come out in the knees and crotch area.




post #573 of 669
man those are some sick vag fades
post #574 of 669
anybody have updated pics on these?
post #575 of 669
Better question would be does anyone still have the jeans to show updates of?
post #576 of 669
Thread Starter 
????
post #577 of 669
werent we supposed to find out the true identity of the designer by now? haha

and did he/you approve a contest for these?

ive worn mine pretty consistently so i can post pics up later
post #578 of 669
yay for cross posting! Here is my pair after one warm soak, hang dry, and a week or so of wear. I bout 34, and that is TTL for me. I think i may hem them, stacks seem to take forever to settle for me.
post #579 of 669
Any fresh opinions on these? Thinking of grabbing a pair.
post #580 of 669
anybody got updates?
post #581 of 669
Quote:
Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post
anybody got updates?

As far as I'm aware the brand no longer exists.
post #582 of 669
Dang. I was thinking about getting a pair from Farinelli's tomorrow with my fresh paycheck too.
post #583 of 669
Thread Starter 
I only have certain sizes but I think the brand is gone due to some personal reason ( with the designer).
post #584 of 669
I've been getting great use out of mine recently. So, who was the designer?
post #585 of 669
I've got a pair, probably have about 3 mos of wear on them, no wash yet. not too much fading, as i don't do that much more than sit in my chair all day, and walk around a bit. i like the cut and denim on these a lot, and the construction is top notch with the exception of some very early crotch blowout. i think the crotch is constructed in such a way that way more pressure is put on the fabric when you're sitting then with most other jeans. that being said, i also feel like the way the crotch is designed kind of makes your legs look longer...so it's a trade off i guess. denim is very smooth, not slubby at all. a nice super dark indigo, nearly black.

here's some terrible pics i just snapped with my phone.



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