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This is what I'm referring too.

I agree for denim 2014 and 2013 were the best versions.
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'Bought this from an European Purchasing Agent'

 

Lol what a bitch

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'Bought this from an European Purchasing Agent'

 

Lol what a bitch


perfect way to deflect any responsibility. 

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honestly, those ebay sellers selling those fakes ...you dont even need to look at the tags...look how god awful the overall design is. just beyond bad and tacky.

 

i pity the fool anybody whos stupid enough to buy them, let alone waste money for that kind of super crap design

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idk why but I feel like I like the tan suede/tobacco suede better than nut suede on wyatt....

 

is it just me

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Tan suede is better for lighter tone clothing while nut suede is more balanced, versatile.

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Does anybody else feel like sometime slp too tight on the couch area lmao.. Does it ever stretch? Lol

Random question but for real tho
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Does anybody else feel like sometime slp too tight on the couch area lmao.. Does it ever stretch? Lol

Random question but for real tho

 

yeah it does stretch. and how much it stretch depends on how tight you're wearing them

 

just don't expect it to magically stretch like 2 inches, it probably could stretch about half an inch after wearing it for a while

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yeah it does stretch. and how much it stretch depends on how tight you're wearing them

just don't expect it to magically stretch like 2 inches, it probably could stretch about half an inch after wearing it for a while

I mean I rock them to where they button up and then they stretch and into a comfy fit with having no need for a belt..

I mean how long would up guys says take to stretch cause i have so many slp jeans and transition from fw14 to 15 etc with sizing and not being tight has just become a hassle. Like I size down to where I need to achieve that old fit but the damn crouch becomes too tight.. Wish fw14 fit would come back
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I mean I rock them to where they button up and then they stretch and into a comfy fit with having no need for a belt..

I mean how long would up guys says take to stretch cause i have so many slp jeans and transition from fw14 to 15 etc with sizing and not being tight has just become a hassle. Like I size down to where I need to achieve that old fit but the damn crouch becomes too tight.. Wish fw14 fit would come back

 

 

that damn crotch ...I feel u bro, and that damn waistband

 

lol I just picked up a pair of new slp d02 raw black in 26 and I'm stretching them right now....struggled to button them earlier when I was putting them on

 

the waist is tighter than fw 15 size 26 buteverything fits perfectly like aw13........except that waistband -.-

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that damn crotch ...I feel u bro, and that damn waistband

lol I just picked up a pair of new slp d02 raw black in 26 and I'm stretching them right now....struggled to button them earlier when I was putting them on

the waist is tighter than fw 15 size 26 buteverything fits perfectly like aw13........except that waistband -.-

Dats what I'm saying... Shits just lame.

I'm figuring just going true to size and then just getting them tapered by tailor but.. It's just never the same as getting straight from factory
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hi - long time lurker, first time poster here.

 

i'm sure this question has been asked numerous times, but i'm finally considering investing in an SLP biker jacket and i'd like to get you guys' thoughts - L01 or L17? i really like the L17's detailing, but the L01 feels more versatile and classic. i'm conflicted!

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hi - long time lurker, first time poster here.

i'm sure this question has been asked numerous times, but i'm finally considering investing in an SLP biker jacket and i'd like to get you guys' thoughts - L01 or L17? i really like the L17's detailing, but the L01 feels more versatile and classic. i'm conflicted!

The l17 is slimmer fit.
And the l01 is a classic but also slim fit but not as slim as the l17

you truly can't go wrong with either or. I was lucky enough to get an l01 for 3k on discount so I went for that but I wanted an l17 for the laces that hang in the back but they don't even produce those anymore.

I'm happy with my l01. And I love that is a classic biker look that won't go out.

It's really personal choice but a lot of people on forum do favor l17 for its slim cut. I've never tried l17 so I couldn't say really. But I will say don't regret an l01 for a second and alot of people comment on mine even though they have seen 263636 biker jackets
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L17 for sure

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Originally Posted by onlyslp View Post

idk why but I feel like I like the tan suede/tobacco suede better than nut suede on wyatt....

is it just me

I definitely prefer tan/tobacco, and I think it's just as versatile as nut.
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Originally Posted by mansard View Post

hi - long time lurker, first time poster here.

i'm sure this question has been asked numerous times, but i'm finally considering investing in an SLP biker jacket and i'd like to get you guys' thoughts - L01 or L17? i really like the L17's detailing, but the L01 feels more versatile and classic. i'm conflicted!

As someone who just asked this question recently, and debated it endlessly for a while, get the L17—especially if you can grab the SS16 one, in the new leather. Fit is amazing and the detailing is perfect. Really stand-out piece. Both are nice, but ultimately I prefer the detailing and slightly tougher look of the L17, and it isn't as boxy as the L01.
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