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Haha I think they're the only denim specialists that do tapering though.

Only people that use specialized denim sewing machines. I got multiple pairs done there and they do fantastic work, there sewing is like rope! ...compared to a tailor or denim therapy in NY. They are also very quick. 

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FINALLY
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Only people that use specialized denim sewing machines. I got multiple pairs done there and they do fantastic work, there sewing is like rope! ...compared to a tailor or denim therapy in NY. They are also very quick. 

Yeah I might send the Momotaro's there with another pair of jeans to copy the pattern of.
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Only people that use specialized denim sewing machines. I got multiple pairs done there and they do fantastic work, there sewing is like rope! ...compared to a tailor or denim therapy in NY. They are also very quick. 

How do they taper the jean? I was thinking about getting a pair of warehouse 660s and getting them altered
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How do they taper the jean? I was thinking about getting a pair of warehouse 660s and getting them altered

I don't know what you mean there is only 1 way to tamper jeans, right? Anyways they open the inside leg, cut, and then sew back together. 

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Old japanese proverb: You can tamper many ways, but taper only one.
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I don't know what you mean there is only 1 way to tamper jeans, right? Anyways they open the inside leg, cut, and then sew back together. 

 

... or from the busted outseam. Doing the inseam is way more expensive and only necessary if you care about the width of the outseam for cuffing. 

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... or from the busted outseam. Doing the inseam is way more expensive and only necessary if you care about the width of the outseam for cuffing. 

It costs $55 but its worth if there actually good jeans that you like. 

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this thread bores me
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forreal. let's talk about tapering actual legs. like, my calves and my feet are too wide. how would i go about getting them tapered? would denim doctors do it?
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forreal. let's talk about tapering actual legs. like, my calves and my feet are too wide. how would i go about getting them tapered? would denim doctors do it?

they do this in korea. it's a really fucking scary thought that girls actually do this shit.
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Well there's technically two ways. One from the out seam or they can take it in from the inner seam. Usually the inner seam is better since you don't want to ruin dat selvedge.

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Visvim milk carton arrived

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theres no milk :cry:

 

Visvim Kudu JP- Pictures & some words (Click to show)

FBTs came in and they fit perfectly! One day my sizing luck with buying garments will run out. For sizing reference my foot measures 10.75" and I wear 11US and got a 10.5 in these. The Kudu suede feels exactly like a puppy's ears, so ridiculously soft. The color is sand and the sand in the Kudu is way different from the sand suede I seen in NY, it an exact mixture of there Light Brown, and Sand which is awesome because I was stuck between sand and light brown. Now for this shitty weather to pass so I could actually wear them. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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