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post #526 of 622

Selling sz 29 indigo/indigo slims. 


Too big for me, waist is true but I prefer a skinny fit. Definitely a slim fit though, look below for fit pics. Never soaked or washed, worn once in the house to take the fit pic and put right back in to the packaging it came in. Looking for the price i paid for them. Pm me. 

 

https://www.weargustin.com/store/93


http://imgur.com/a/vH7Ht#3

post #527 of 622

is the price of their belts worth the wait?

post #528 of 622

Anyone have fit pics of Gustin Shirts?

post #529 of 622
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Anyone have fit pics of Gustin Shirts?

I'm interested as well...surprised since they've been released for a while I would think someone here's bought them.

post #530 of 622

Hey guys, I've got a pair of the #11 standard straights that are a little too tight so I'm letting them go.  Size 34.  Only tried them on, never soaked or worn out.  PM me with any questions or details.  Thanks.

post #531 of 622
Seems like there is a lot of complaining about the quality lately. Whats going on? Early on these jeans were praised by SF users.
post #532 of 622
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Seems like there is a lot of complaining about the quality lately. Whats going on? Early on these jeans were praised by SF users.

 

I would say the quality of mine we on par for the price. A few extraneous threads that should have been clipped but nothing major. I think for the price they are good but I do not find the quality of the work or the denim comparable to Baldwin, 3Sixteen, Rogue, Etc.

post #533 of 622
I received my thirteeners in 30 slim to replace my APC NS in 28 and am satisfied with the quality of the jeans.
Only thing I am concerned about is the thigh (2 inch below crotch) measuring 11.25 inch out of the box while the cut was described to have 10.7 inch thighs.
My APCs stretched out to 10.75 after over a year of wear, and I like my chinos to have a 11.25 thigh but would like my jeans to fit closer to my leg.
Will I be fine giving the pair a hot wash or should I consider to sell them?
post #534 of 622

over .5" is a lot of difference. I would reach out to Gustin and see what they say. I understand some tolerance of error in the process but that is a lot 

post #535 of 622

Just got my slates in. Size 36 straight cut. Too big. 34s I tried before this one were too small. Seems I need their 35 - uggghhh

 

If anyone else got in on these slates and had 35 and want to trade for 36s shoot me a PM. Otherwise these are available at cost. 

post #536 of 622
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Just got my slates in. Size 36 straight cut. Too big. 34s I tried before this one were too small. Seems I need their 35 - uggghhh

 

If anyone else got in on these slates and had 35 and want to trade for 36s shoot me a PM. Otherwise these are available at cost. 

Why go through all the trouble when you can just do a hot soak. They should shrink a size.

post #537 of 622
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Why go through all the trouble when you can just do a hot soak. They should shrink a size.
They'll stretch back out tho. Where you at Harvitz? If you can't get a swap I'd be interested
post #538 of 622
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They'll stretch back out tho. Where you at Harvitz? If you can't get a swap I'd be interested

 

Cali - not sure what Int'l shipping would be but our rates aren't like they used to be a year ago. 

post #539 of 622
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Cali - not sure what Int'l shipping would be but our rates aren't like they used to be a year ago. 

See if you get a better option. I think USPS from Cali would be a bit painful but if you don't shift them pm me
post #540 of 622

Finally received my heavy americans. These are my first pair of raw selvedge and I'm pretty pleased with them. Sized correctly too (for reference, I'm usually a 31 in Epaulet chinos and ordered a 31). Now to breaking them in.. :nodding: 

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