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post #901 of 1449
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Originally Posted by jonnie View Post

Buffalo.....i love your jeans....blush.gif

Thanks. They're just jeans. Wear them hard, wear them whenever you can, wherever you can.
Wash them when they're dirty.
post #902 of 1449
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Originally Posted by matryx View Post

Just wondering what a good hem job supposed to look like? Asking so I can show it to a tailor I'm heading to
First of all make sure to go to a real tailor, not some guy who does alterations while selling mobile phones and Turkish rugs as well.
My tailor is a woman who learned the business, she does alterations as well as real tailor jobs like custom suits /dresses.
Never had an issue with her work, without telling she always knows what to do. Only info she needs is wether I want to wear the pants with or without cuffing. Always the perfect length, always satisfied.

She refuses to cut off material from unwashed jeans, because of the expected shrinkage after washing them. I think that's smart.
post #903 of 1449
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Originally Posted by Andreas1965 View Post

First of all make sure to go to a real tailor, not some guy who does alterations while selling mobile phones and Turkish rugs as well.
My tailor is a woman who learned the business, she does alterations as well as real tailor jobs like custom suits /dresses.
Never had an issue with her work, without telling she always knows what to do. Only info she needs is wether I want to wear the pants with or without cuffing. Always the perfect length, always satisfied.

She refuses to cut off material from unwashed jeans, because of the expected shrinkage after washing them. I think that's smart.

Yeah I actually went to a tailor that does suits and alterations. Not sure how why it turned out how it did but oh well.
post #904 of 1449
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Originally Posted by BuffaloWang View Post


Thanks. They're just jeans. Wear them hard, wear them whenever you can, wherever you can.
Wash them when they're dirty.

 

 

Best sum up I have heard on any of the Raw threads on here.  

 

They're just jeans.  

 

 

So many people get so caught up about fades and worry and all this they never just WEAR them - then they ask why others fades are so good.  Most of the fades on here I see that get good compliments are simply guys who wore the hell out of their jeans same as any.  
 

PS Buffalo, they look rad.  

post #905 of 1449
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Originally Posted by matryx View Post


Yeah I actually went to a tailor that does suits and alterations. Not sure how why it turned out how it did but oh well.

Well, that's life. In the end it's only a pair of jeans. Noone died.

post #906 of 1449

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101 3 mo

post #907 of 1449
Any got any suggestions on how to treat ketchup stains. Got a little tipsy yesterday and spilled a bit of ketchup on my denim. I rinsed it with a little water. Not sure how else to treat it.
post #908 of 1449
^ I usually wipe as much as I can with a wet paper towel or something. Let the rest dry and then I just scratch the rest off with ma nails. Kinda ghetto but it seems to get the job done
post #909 of 1449
is the leather patch on UB easy to remove?
post #910 of 1449
. Enjoying my UB
post #911 of 1449
Those boots are way to chunky for those jeans.
post #912 of 1449
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

Those boots are way to chunky for those jeans.
Yeah but i have no choice my other boots are chunkier than this one.
post #913 of 1449

Hi all, I'm looking at ordering a pair today but I can't quite understand what waist to get. I've measured myself and im 32 but I know raw denim is bigger. Do i get a 31 or 30???????

 

Also.....I can't decide on the tapered or the straight?!!?! advice?
 

post #914 of 1449
Its not that its bigger but more that itll stretch to ur desired waist. The tapered fit great for me. its not a true tapered cut but more like a slim straight. go with the 31 that should be fine
post #915 of 1449
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Originally Posted by mcdecker1 View Post

is the leather patch on UB easy to remove?

Yeah man, you just have to pull the stitching out

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