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Yes, that's what I've been reading. So u think the jeans in my pic are a bad fit? Can tapering help?
post #482 of 488
Jeans fit you good, but of course there's nothing wrong with having a pair of tapered jeans in your wardrobe. Since you have three pairs with the same cut, maybe have one of them tapered?

I'm 5'7" so I know that feel, broham.
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I wouldn't really advise to go have your straights tapered__ personally, I don't mess around w/ the cut, cuz from experience, my jawns get fucked up every time I opt for alteration.

Keep what u got, next time, just try out some midrise, slim-tapered__ not skinny!💀
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Yes, that's what I've been reading. So u think the jeans in my pic are a bad fit? Can tapering help?
post #484 of 488
Thanks for the insight everyone!
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I feel uncomfortable wearing low rise jeans so I got these Lee 101z's recently, sized down ~2 sizes. I'm quite happy with the fit. The leg is pretty short but I have another pair on it's way with a longer inseam (Lee Archives Japan 1952). The ones in the pic are Made in Turkey. I seem to be unable to stand straight, I guess that is due to my wonky physique.

 

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..Just got my 101z 1952 Lee Archives Japan pair and the fit is quite different: the waist and the seat are a bit looser and the legs are a lot looser. These are definitely more "straight regular" while the Made in Turkey ones are more like "slim straight" or even "skinny straight".

 

Edit: I just read that these Lee Archives Japan 101z's shrink a lot even though they are sanforized. I think I have some soaking to do get a slightly slimmer look.


Edited by rchdggr - 3/15/16 at 4:21am
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Update: Momo 701

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Fit Evo: from current to post soak:
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post triple soak: the denim is still stiff & starchy even after the double hot soak__ will take a few days for it to adopt to my contours
post #488 of 488
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Denim&Fit EVO: Samurai Yamato s001j :: 1st Ed. Lot 0-229 :: Black #DIY "Lazy S" :: Denim is 15oz, but feels heavier :: More streaky than slubby :: Ton of vertical falling.

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