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More inexpensive denim (cleaning out)

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This time I have a pair of Paper Denim GTO to offload. Marked waist size is 33, 2-GTO-14 filter. These are an older model; nice and comfortable jeans. Don't wear them much (I have a couple other pairs of PDC I wear all the time) so best to let them go.
Actual waist measurement 16.5 inches, inseam 33.5 inches.
So how about US$33 (which includes shipping to the continental US).

Let me know!

Btw, used the flash to get the details so teh colour looks lighter than it actually is. Actual colour is closer to last picture of whole jeans.
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Originally Posted by skalogre
This time I have a pair of Paper Denim GTO to offload. Marked waist size is 33, 2-GTO-14 filter. These are an older model; nice and comfortable jeans. Don't wear them much (I have a couple other pairs of PDC I wear all the time) so best to let them go. Actual waist measurement 16.5 inches, inseam 33.5 inches. So how about US$33 (which includes shipping to the continental US). Let me know! Btw, used the flash to get the details so teh colour looks lighter than it actually is. Actual colour is closer to last picture of whole jeans.
Oh man, nice deal. If only they were a 30 or 31. Though PDC has gotten a bad rep lately, I still think the cuts and washes offer an affordable product for someone just getting into better denim. Plus, you stated they were a bit older, so that means the quality of this pair is still pretty good. I have a ton of pairs from 2-4 years ago that have held up excellent, and will continue to do so. BTW - did you end up finding that shirt like mine that you liked? Tonight, I must have gotten 8 compliments on my shirt. It's my favorite shirt I own.
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
Oh man, nice deal. If only they were a 30 or 31. Though PDC has gotten a bad rep lately, I still think the cuts and washes offer an affordable product for someone just getting into better denim. Plus, you stated they were a bit older, so that means the quality of this pair is still pretty good. I have a ton of pairs from 2-4 years ago that have held up excellent, and will continue to do so. BTW - did you end up finding that shirt like mine that you liked? Tonight, I must have gotten 8 compliments on my shirt. It's my favorite shirt I own.
I agree. PDCs jeans are the reason I wore jeans again after a 10 year or so hiatus . But, yes I did one! Found one in burgundy (I think they called it dumb plum, hehe). I may also get one in off-white at some point
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ill take em Stelios
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Spoken for (tentatively). Thanks!
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