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I'm selling a pair of NWT raw PS in size 34 for 145 shipped if anyone's interested. See my sig.
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you can't advertise in threads dumbass.
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you can't advertise in threads dumbass.

Please do that all the time.
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Got them back today. They look good, tight down towards the bottom (as you said) but really quite comfortable. Dyou think it'll loosen a bit at the leg opening with wear?

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PS opening is 7", so you've reduced the circumference to 12.5". Be interesting to see if you can get your foot through. Typically the tapering-by-tailor starts at the knee, approx 24" above the hem, so the size reduction per inch of length is gradual. 1.5" is the same as 24/16", and this tapering is done along a 24" line, so for every 1" of length the tapering is 1/16". In short, reducing the length of the jeans really won't significantly widen the opening.

 

Got them back today. They look good, tight down towards the bottom (as you said) but really quite comfortable. Dyou think it'll loosen a bit at the leg opening with wear?

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Got them back today. They look good, tight down towards the bottom (as you said) but really quite comfortable. Dyou think it'll loosen a bit at the leg opening with wear?

no
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I plan to my first A.P.C pants, and i wonder which pants is the most skinniest pants? From what i've read it looks like its Petit Standard or New Cure.

 

I use 28'' in waist and actually 30/31 in length (but i cant find any pants that are that short.)

 

I weigh 55 kg (121 pounds) and 170 cm (5 ft 7 inch.)

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i think there are more people that wear the ps than wear the nc.

personally im about 5'8 and 130lbs and i wear a sz27 ps.
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new standard vs petite standard?

can i ask this question?
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what exactly is your question??

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not sure...
hm

how do you compare the sizing? can you compare dior 19 cm fit to either (i didnt like it)? is new standard with a small enough hem to wear with sneakers? or simple white sneaks like cps? and how do you go from sizes between the two?
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i think there are more people that wear the ps than wear the nc.
personally im about 5'8 and 130lbs and i wear a sz27 ps. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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It looks kinda too long on you. Is it pretty skinny or loose?

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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

I plan to my first A.P.C pants, and i wonder which pants is the most skinniest pants? From what i've read it looks like its Petit Standard or New Cure.

I use 28'' in waist and actually 30/31 in length (but i cant find any pants that are that short.)

I weigh 55 kg (121 pounds) and 170 cm (5 ft 7 inch.)

The PS has a narrower leg, shorter rise, and smaller leg opening. If you want the "most skinniest" (sic) jeans the PS is for you; then take 'em to the tailor for further slimming.
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I am considering ordering some APCs online, which ones will fit me best?

thigh - 21"
waist - 30"
calves - 15"

I was thinking either Rescue or New Standard but I think Rescues might be a little large.
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Originally Posted by Foxtrot56 View Post

I am considering ordering some APCs online, which ones will fit me best?

thigh - 21"
waist - 30"
calves - 15"

I was thinking either Rescue or New Standard but I think Rescues might be a little large.

pick up new cures or new standards.
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