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post #31 of 695
love my somet slims..fit on them is spot on
post #32 of 695
what model is this, and is it found at blue green soho website?

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post #33 of 695
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Damn, blank. That's hardly nothing for 6 months.

Seriously. These are finishing their seventh month and they've probably been worn 65%+ of the time. I think I'm going to wash them soon, probably at the end of June to loosen up the indigo and get the fades going even more. The cool thing is that these are the best jeans I've ever worn so I know I'll keep them forever.
post #34 of 695
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Originally Posted by shoe View Post
what model is this, and is it found at blue green soho website?

008 and yes.
post #35 of 695
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Originally Posted by blank View Post
Seriously. These are finishing their seventh month and they've probably been worn 65%+ of the time. I think I'm going to wash them soon, probably at the end of June to loosen up the indigo and get the fades going even more. The cool thing is that these are the best jeans I've ever worn so I know I'll keep them forever.
Yeah, give us a good hot wash and take pics. Looks like you're the only ticket on here. What has the stretch been like?
post #36 of 695
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Originally Posted by June View Post
008 and yes.

thank you.

On the blueingreensoho website it says "sanforized expect minimal shrinking."

but i would think these and most raw jeans will stretch out to cancel out the shrink for the eventual fit?
so should i go with my usual 1 down for waist size in raw?
post #37 of 695
Yea, the one size should do the trick--these fit really, really well
post #38 of 695
These run pretty big plus they'll stretch a fair amount, but they've got a low rise as well. I sized down three for my pair of 005's, by recommendation of somet's store manager. They're slightly too tight though. I'm considering getting a pair of 003's, and I'll probably size down 2. For 008 I'm not sure what sizing would be appropriate.
post #39 of 695
I measured around from the top of my buttcrack (30.5") and wear a size 27. I could get away with a size 26, but I felt that I wouldn't be able to wear any underwear. Guess my thighs were too big.
post #40 of 695
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I measured around from the top of my buttcrack (30.5") and wear a size 27. I could get away with a size 26, but I felt that I wouldn't be able to wear any underwear. Guess my thighs were too big.

Oh please, you thin mo'fuckaz... haha, I think you're doing alright at size 27
post #41 of 695
Its a bit of a curse :P Thighs are always the problem for me before the waist.
post #42 of 695
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Its a bit of a curse :P Thighs are always the problem for me before the waist.
Guess that's why you don't date white chicks.
post #43 of 695
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Yeah, give us a good hot wash and take pics. Looks like you're the only ticket on here.

What has the stretch been like?

Same as any other jean, really. I've got a 32x32 in all of my raw denim and took the same size in these Somet's. Everything was as you'd expect -- they fit snug at first, and I could button the top button. I probably didn't wear them to work for a week or two since they needed to stretch so that they fit a little more reasonably, but soon thereafter they fit normally. I'll say this: I've recently tried on the RB15 and 5EPxSF in W32 and thought both of those fit tighter than my Somet's, and I've lost weight since I bought these. Recommendation: BUY THEM! And take your normal raw denim size.
post #44 of 695
I guess it makes sense that they'd fit looser due to the low rise but hmm...
post #45 of 695
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Guess that's why you don't date white chicks.

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