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Will Les Etoffes in Montreal be carrying your products? If not, any other retailers in the area?
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Will Les Etoffes in Montreal be carrying your products? If not, any other retailers in the area?

They are, yes. We just sent them their SS13 delivery not too long ago. You can also find us at Three Monkeys, Bruxe, and Ssense.
post #153 of 279
Thanks a lot!
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Would you consider making a heavier, 36" inseam, rinsed selvedge jean? I'm looking for a jean that can maintain it's colour over time for the clean, uniform look.

post #155 of 279
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We don't have any immediate plans to introduce any new denims, but it's definitely something we're keeping in the back of our minds for the future.

All of our denim is cut to 35". When the raw pairs are washed for the rinsed or faded styles, they lose about an inch in length. One of the ways we're able to keep costs lower is to keep our cuts consistent...so we cut and produce everything identically in their raw state, then wash what we need to fill orders for the rinsed and faded styles.
post #156 of 279

How would you suggest sizing in the light wash narrow fit jeans compared to the raw unwashed? Do you recommend sizing down 1-2 for both? I am a size 30 in most pants, 28-29 in most (raw) denim. Thanks.
 

post #157 of 279
so i have a couple of questions... i see the indigo/indigo 14oz on blue owl. i was looking for something on the slim/straight side with a nice taper. My current jeans are some naked and famous e2 skinny's and im just kind of tired of them and i hate the fit in the top block..its just too short
so should i go with the slight fit? or the narrow fit? and any idea on how these will fade? any streakyness or will they end up looking flat?
post #158 of 279
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Originally Posted by 45bur View Post

How would you suggest sizing in the light wash narrow fit jeans compared to the raw unwashed? Do you recommend sizing down 1-2 for both? I am a size 30 in most pants, 28-29 in most (raw) denim. Thanks.

Because of the washing process, the light (and dark) fade jeans fit smaller than the raw in the same size. I wear a size 30 in the raw, but needed a 32 in the light fade for a comfortable (not tight) fit.

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Originally Posted by mistahdabolina View Post

so i have a couple of questions... i see the indigo/indigo 14oz on blue owl. i was looking for something on the slim/straight side with a nice taper. My current jeans are some naked and famous e2 skinny's and im just kind of tired of them and i hate the fit in the top block..its just too short
so should i go with the slight fit? or the narrow fit? and any idea on how these will fade? any streakyness or will they end up looking flat?

The narrow fit has a slight taper to give the look of a slim/straight leg. The slight fit is skinnier and tapers a little more aggressively.

And I wouldn't describe the fading of any our denim as streaky.
post #159 of 279
awesome! thanks for the quick reply. ok last question aha how should i size in either of the two? my tts waist sz is between a 31.6

how would u describe the denim fades on them too? im just curious since i havent seen pics fade other than the ones you've worn
post #160 of 279

has anyone purchased these from Blue Owl and opted for the chain hemming? if so at was length did you have them hemmed?

post #161 of 279
Yes I did and got them hemmed to 33". Great work as always
post #162 of 279

Man their shirts suck. I washed it for the first time today and it started to rip. 

 

Sad thing is that this was the best fitting oxford i had come across. Now, It's ruined and wont buy another. 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

post #163 of 279
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Email us at info@unitedstockdrygoods.com and we'll make it right for you. The kind of damage shown in your photos isn't like any we've come across from any other customers.
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icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif good customer service right there

post #165 of 279
you sure there wasn't something in your washer that it could have snagged on? Looks like a tear and not a quality issue...
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