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Very nice look.  

Thanks, Oldguy.  

 

5 days of Okayama Standards, 5 days of Downtown Browns, 5 days of GreyxBlacks, 5 days of Summer Blues (on day 3), and then 5 days of Naturals.  After breaking these in, I'm going one per day of the week.

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Is the color of this denim currently being funded https://www.weargustin.com/store/743 relatively the same color as this denim from previous campaigns? http://distilleryimage1.s3.amazonaws.com/246a9540561f11e384b40a8e25f92cfe_8.jpg 

 

Looking to buy my first pear of Gustins and would like a dark bluish black denim :)

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Is the color of this denim currently being funded https://www.weargustin.com/store/743 relatively the same color as this denim from previous campaigns? http://distilleryimage1.s3.amazonaws.com/246a9540561f11e384b40a8e25f92cfe_8.jpg 

 

Looking to buy my first pear of Gustins and would like a dark bluish black denim :)

I believe the full pant shot is the Black2, which is a black warp white weft fabric. The Classic 16 is a blue warp. Dark indigo shade if that's what you're after. Thanks.

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I'm going to have my Gustins for many years, as I am, like some others, going to rotate them, and not take a pair to beat into fades.  I appreciate those who have fun doing that, but particularly the Zimbabwe jeans:  they look nice with an higher level casual dress.  I will have some fun with fades, but I plan on wearing clean jeans, and will, like good shoes, rotate them.  

 

I may use one pair for "beater" jeans; that is, yard work and so on.  The Heavy American, at 16.25 ounces, American made for $81  price, is a tremendous value.  This is a rugged denim, built to last and is thick and strong.  It's no summer jean, but a 10 month a year jean for me.  

 

They will all look great with fades over time, but the time period will be considerably longer for me!  

 

To each his own!  

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do y'all have any plans to make anything over 20oz in selvage for the winter?

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do y'all have any plans to make anything over 20oz in selvage for the winter?

Definitely another 23oz coming. We're hunting for other options too.

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Working on a skinny. First sample is done and now just making a few improvements.

 

What kind of leg opening are we looking at for a size 31 for example? (Slim is 14.5)

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Definitely another 23oz coming. We're hunting for other options too.

The heavier the better!

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Any best recommended practices for washing the naturals? No need to be stingy with washing right?
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The heavier the better!
That's what I'm saying.
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Any best recommended practices for washing the naturals? No need to be stingy with washing right?

Curious the same..

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Definitely another 23oz coming. We're hunting for other options too.


I will pounce!

I'm actually considering backing 2 for me, 1 for my wife and another for son and for daughter!

I landed Unbranded 21 ounce and I like it but it is not constructed in the Gustin quality.

I have their 18 oz which is nice but North of 21 ounces in Gustin quality?

I won't miss the opportunity!
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Any best recommended practices for washing the naturals? No need to be stingy with washing right?

I'm cold water washing and hang dry. You'll need to wash more due to light color. I do a bit of pre-treat at the cuffs since it picks up dirt

The Natural is an eye catcher without the boldness of white. I find people asking me if they are jeans or not.

The color contrasts most everything so I have some fun w socks and shoe playing off shirts w rich color.

Great summer jean. In New England, they even go with my dark brown leather Melhisto sandals
besides the nice brogues. I even wear them w Nikes.
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I don't mind them even getting scuffed and stained really. I only hang dry denim anyway unless I need a shrink (which is pretty much never)

I do find these go with damn near anything.
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Any one ever use Scotchgard on their Naturals? I have a pair due in July, I might do that to help repel dirt

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