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post #106 of 850
grifters stack very nicely. rakers i imagine even more so.
post #107 of 850
mer.

i am waiting patiently for my grifters to arrive
post #108 of 850
grifters and rakers do stack real nicely from what i tried. the denim is comparable to high end japanese denim. there is a good starched crispiness to the material. dont know about what happens if you wash it though.
post #109 of 850
anyone have any experience with the slacker or cougar? I want something similar to a NS cut, not sure if the cougar is too baggy? and the slacker seems to taper quite a bit.
post #110 of 850
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Originally Posted by TheNeal View Post
What inseam would be best for a tall skinny dude, who usually wears about a 36'' inseam. I'm looking at getting a pair of the grifters. I was originally thinking of getting the 38'' inseam because of inseam shrinkage. But I was wondering about maybe paying extra for a longer inseam like 40'' . I don't know if they would look good cuffed or not, or if they would stack nicely. I usually wear plain low coat shoes, like plimsolls or adidas sambas. I would like a slimmer look also, so should i size down in the waist? ( my waist is about a 30)
Don't size down, Ande Whall is TIGHT and runs completely true to size. You shouldn't need to size down for slimness, grifters are a very slim cut, I was a little worried they might have too much slack somewhere in them, but this is the fit I ended up with: (My natural waist is about 28", with the rise of the jeans though, where they sit is 29", and I'm wearing a 29x34, I could JUST button them up when I first put them on) http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/9...ftasideqn5.jpg Which has loosened up JUST a little bit in the thighs, but still fairly snug, in the few days of wearing them, I love the fit. Sizing down on Ande's is not a good idea, I tried to wear 28x34 rakers and it was a disaster. I couldn't button them up... Cut was phenomenal though, probably absolutely perfect for someone with no ass.
post #111 of 850
Do Not Size Down.
post #112 of 850
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
Don't size down, Ande Whall is TIGHT and runs completely true to size.

You shouldn't need to size down for slimness, grifters are a very slim cut, I was a little worried they might have too much slack somewhere in them, but this is the fit I ended up with:

(My natural waist is about 28", with the rise of the jeans though, where they sit is 29", and I'm wearing a 29x34, I could JUST button them up when I first put them on)

http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/9...ftasideqn5.jpg

Which has loosened up JUST a little bit in the thighs, but still fairly snug, in the few days of wearing them, I love the fit.

Sizing down on Ande's is not a good idea, I tried to wear 28x34 rakers and it was a disaster. I couldn't button them up... Cut was phenomenal though, probably absolutely perfect for someone with no ass.
That so tight that it looks wrong.
post #113 of 850
For a raker or grifter (and perhaps the cougar) getting your true waist size it still is very snug and slim. I would even recommend going up one size.
post #114 of 850
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
For a raker or grifter (and perhaps the cougar) getting your true waist size it still is very snug and slim. I would even recommend going up one size.
What about the Slackers, sho'nuff?
post #115 of 850
Oops i meant slacker. Nevermind cougar
post #116 of 850
which cut is similar or slightly more roomy than the APC rescues
post #117 of 850
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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
That so tight that it looks wrong.

It has already stretched since that picture and will definitely stretch some more, chill. I already have slim straights, I don't need a bunch of jeans that fit me in the exact same way.
post #118 of 850
thats a pretty chill look just wondering what footwear is paired with it.
post #119 of 850
Rakers stack like hot sex.

Don't even consider sizing down as said - the thighs on the V4 samples that Ande sent me are tight as hell, and they're a tag size bigger than my true waist.
post #120 of 850
I've had my and wall Slackers since early january... they fit perfectly to my form, are stiff as hell, and feel amazing. I've taken some pics... anyone interested?
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