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Roy is a great guy doing great stuff!

I wrote to him asking if he'd custom make a tiny pair of his amazing jeans for me, and he took the time to write a really kind reply, saying he couldn't accommodate custom orders...

All the best jeans are guy's jeans...
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Roy KS1002 "Kinda Special" Jean

Roy has done another run of the KS1002 jean which has now been restocked at all of our stores. We believe this is the best fitting jean he's done thus far, hence why it's been redone in a couple of different versions.

These are sure to go quick, check our online store for high-res images, a full specification list, and the size chart.

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I looked at the measurements and advice on the self-edge website, but am still confused as to what size I should buy. I'm confused by the shrinking and the stretching of the unsanforized denim.  I normally where a 33x30 in Levi's and a 32x30 in RRL jeans (this fits me perfectly).  Should I get a 33 in Roy's?  Any advice from current wearers?

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I looked at the measurements and advice on the self-edge website, but am still confused as to what size I should buy. I'm confused by the shrinking and the stretching of the unsanforized denim.  I normally where a 33x30 in Levi's and a 32x30 in RRL jeans (this fits me perfectly).  Should I get a 33 in Roy's?  Any advice from current wearers?

You didn't make reference to WHICH Levi's fit you in size 33 they make many different models and fabrics. You also didn't mention which Roy's you're looking at either, although I'm guessing it's a KS 1002. You can control the fit a bit by the temperature of the water you soak them in. My experience is to go down one size from what is a comfortable fit in a "regular" pant like a chino. I typically wear 32's in most pants and I wear a 31 in my Roy's. the sizing advice on the website regarding shrink and stretch is quite accurate so you can measure out something you have and make the calculations. Just remember that some of the Roy's may have different rises than your jeans so you'll need to account for the waist being in a slightly different spot.
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Originally Posted by Cooly View Post

I looked at the measurements and advice on the self-edge website, but am still confused as to what size I should buy. I'm confused by the shrinking and the stretching of the unsanforized denim.  I normally where a 33x30 in Levi's and a 32x30 in RRL jeans (this fits me perfectly).  Should I get a 33 in Roy's?  Any advice from current wearers?

If you're a 33 in Levi's and a 32 in RRL you'd be a 34 in Roy's jeans. When you receive them they'll be quite large, about 1.5" too big in the waist. Turn them inside out and hot soak them in water for an hour then remove them and air dry them. Once they're completely dry they should fit well, and after about a week or two of wear they should fit you very well.
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