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post #691 of 715

@NYI, thank you so much for the comparison shots!! Those do look quite similar. Seems like I may need to try a size down to a 30 as I prefer the fit shots of the smaller pair. Both are super nice but I prefer the thigh of the size down

post #692 of 715
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More wear in these...and wearing them a bit lower. The 29 was just too tight in the thigh....I'm thinking a warm soak in a few weeks may clean up the sloppy top.

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Love these fuckin' things. Got them April 1, 2013, no soaks yet....
post #693 of 715
These look awesome!! Nice to see what I have to look forward to. Mine have about 3 months of wear (5-6 days a week) and still look basically brand new. Will post some shots once there is more visible wear
post #694 of 715
I love my 008 but want something with a slightly higher rise, is there another jean that fits similarly with a slightly higher rise? Doesn't have to be Somet.
post #695 of 715
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Love these fuckin' things. Got them April 1, 2013, no soaks yet....

I love the colour they've faded to!

Maybe I'll get a pair of Somets next:)
post #696 of 715

So just to confirm, these do stretch a lot despite being rigid at first right?

post #697 of 715
They are sanfordized so I guess it depends on your definition of a lot. Should get an inch or so in the waist
post #698 of 715

What does it mean that they're raw/unwashed but sanforized? I thought sanforized means pre-washed? I'm worried about the knees as I think I'm in between sizes, looking at the low-rise 008s.

post #699 of 715

Keep? There's some pulling in the thighs and the low rise accentuates my flat ass. If keep, soak or no? Not worried about anything except early blowouts. Sufu says no soak, this thread say soak.

 

 

 

 

post #700 of 715
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Keep? There's some pulling in the thighs and the low rise accentuates my flat ass. If keep, soak or no? Not worried about anything except early blowouts. Sufu says no soak, this thread say soak.












Somet jeans are (according to BiG) expected to shrink, so I would side up one or go for another brand with a higher rise...smile.gif
post #701 of 715
Tbh that cut isn't very, um, flattering. Thigh pulling is really uncomfortable, esp. If they droop off you waist. You might want to try a higher rise so they sit on your hip bones. I like a cold soak after a few weeks to get some of the extra dye out and sort of set the shrinkage. But if sanforized you won't see much.
post #702 of 715
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Somet jeans are (according to BiG) expected to shrink, so I would side up one or go for another brand with a higher rise...smile.gif

I agree with those. I think those are the low rise Somets though (which are quite low). Maybe try the higher rise version? That is what I have
post #703 of 715

too late I already cold soaked for an hour. They turned pretty comfortable. Nothing's gonna fix my ass, higher rise would only make it worse as my natural waistline is below my hips and lower than normal. so higher rises would just sag down and leave extra room around the crotch. These somet low rises pretty much sit at my natural waist.

post #704 of 715
Cool. I love my Somet and I'm sure you will too
post #705 of 715
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So just to confirm, these do stretch a lot despite being rigid at first right?

I haven't soaked mine....had the higher rise, but have had them for about a year and a half....just did my first soak...in the Ocean (ala APC New Standards) and they look fucking fantastic. Pics when I get home from the beach.
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