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Goodbye bryanC. It was nice knowing you.
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:lol:

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Which of the Gustin black denim is the nicest? Did they ever use the same fabric as 3sixteen's "shadow selvedge"?
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Which of the Gustin black denim is the nicest? Did they ever use the same fabric as 3sixteen's "shadow selvedge"?

Dunno if its the same stuff but the blue/black is pretty close I believe. I think their nicest is the indi/indi! (Jk)
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Dunno if its the same stuff but the blue/black is pretty close I believe. I think their nicest is the indi/indi! (Jk)

 

What's wrong with the indi/indis? Was thinking about getting a pair...

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What's wrong with the indi/indis? Was thinking about getting a pair...
Absolutely nothing, if you want very VERY dark denim. Which I do!! There has been some comment that the double indi is in fact black
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ah, gotcha. thanks for the tip!

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What's wrong with the indi/indis? Was thinking about getting a pair...

Justin Bailey from Metro games?

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I disagree with the Gitman Vintage. The armholes on the Gustin L are about 10", which are very high in comparison to GBV. And it fits slimmer in the body and doesn't have the Gitman flare out at the bottom. In the past I've had to tailor the Gitman L to slim down the body, but the Gustins are ideal for me in that department. And the Gitmans are a bit longer.

How's the sleeve length compared to Gitman Vintage? I've found GBV sleeves to be super-short on the ones I've tried on.
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Justin Bailey from Metro games?

 

i think you're the first person here to get that reference.

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i think you're the first person here to get that reference.

For a second there I thought it was a reference to Bailey J...:uhoh:

 

We'll see who will get the reference this time...:lol:

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Does anyone have any photos of the larger sized Gustins in fit? I ordered a size 36 Slim and am wondering if it's going to have an unappealingly slim silhouette for me.

I e-mailed Gustin clearly asking them for just a simple photo of their larger sizes and they were completely unhelpful. I think that's so annoying. I've been googling them since I first started thinking about ordering and it seems like anytime anyone emails a question that's not already answered on their website they are pretty much just too lazy to actually answer.

How hard can it be to go take a picture of one of your larger jeans?

I also asked for a picture of one of their fabrics in a completed jean (they have run this denim 4 times before) but they didn't offer that either. I think once they finish a campaign with a certain denim, all future campaigns should come with a photo of that denim in a completed jean... instead, every campaign they ever post only has a photo of the denim swatch, and then 6 or 7 of the same stupid stock photos from some other denim (usually a completely different color or weight).

What's the deal? You order from a small boutique you kind of expect them to be more responsive to customers but instead they act like mass manufacturers that can't be fucked with looking for answers to customer questions. You only offer two products right now -- how hard can it be to make sure your website has a photo of each one??? sneaky2.gif

I wish I could cancel my pledge.
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Originally Posted by xizenta View Post

Does anyone have any photos of the larger sized Gustins in fit? I ordered a size 36 Slim and am wondering if it's going to have an unappealingly slim silhouette for me.

I e-mailed Gustin clearly asking them for just a simple photo of their larger sizes and they were completely unhelpful. I think that's so annoying. I've been googling them since I first started thinking about ordering and it seems like anytime anyone emails a question that's not already answered on their website they are pretty much just too lazy to actually answer.

How hard can it be to go take a picture of one of your larger jeans?

I also asked for a picture of one of their fabrics in a completed jean (they have run this denim 4 times before) but they didn't offer that either. I think once they finish a campaign with a certain denim, all future campaigns should come with a photo of that denim in a completed jean... instead, every campaign they ever post only has a photo of the denim swatch, and then 6 or 7 of the same stupid stock photos from some other denim (usually a completely different color or weight).

What's the deal? You order from a small boutique you kind of expect them to be more responsive to customers but instead they act like mass manufacturers that can't be fucked with looking for answers to customer questions. You only offer two products right now -- how hard can it be to make sure your website has a photo of each one??? sneaky2.gif

I wish I could cancel my pledge.

I'll try to put something together tomorrow but It'll be in 36 straight. Fwiw I'm considering going with slim for my next order and I'm not a skinny jeans guy
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Thanks I was actually considering going with a 35 straight before i switched to the 36 slim. I have a really large upper block... like a 34 levis 508 will be skin tight in perfect proportion to my body.
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