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Puma Evisus?

post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 
Hey guys, I saw a jean I liked from a buddy of mine. It's the puma true love never dies jean with the evisu patching on the back pockets.

You can see them at the puma.com website e-store.
I'm planning to order a pair, what you guys think?

I need some new jeans for university.
Any suggestions?
post #2 of 18
I personally like the look and fade. The skinny fit is incredible. Not sure about other people's opinions on this board though.
post #3 of 18
I own a pair of the Rigid Green. The fit doesn't score any points with me; the topblock is cut very straight and even if I sized down, there would still be gapping at the sides of the waist. However, they're very comfortable second only to my Rag & Bone. They're suitable as a trendy pair of jeans to wear out to the club and have ample room to dance in.
post #4 of 18
Thread Starter 
Awesome. But, I was wondering which fit or which jean should I get if Im a 29 waist and 32 length?
I don't want to get the slim jean to make me look too skinny but I wanna get soething not too skinny and not to baggy.
post #5 of 18
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Originally Posted by excellence View Post
I wanna get soething not too skinny and not to baggy.

By process of elimination, it seems that the only fit left would be the regular.
post #6 of 18
You can try the women's models. However, I felt these jeans myself and they are not worth the price being asked for them.
post #7 of 18
Anybody else find the back pocked detailing gaudy and hideous? It's worse than ARMANI EXCHANGE all over your shirt
post #8 of 18
They turn a real nice color after you break em in and fade em.
post #9 of 18
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
Anybody else find the back pocked detailing gaudy and hideous? It's worse than ARMANI EXCHANGE all over your shirt

Not really...

They look really cool with age. The Puma arc starts fading and everything.
post #10 of 18
Here's a nicely faded pair: Courtesy of some random SUFU user. Puma x Evisu happen to be the genes that sparked my interest in rigid denim.
post #11 of 18
their back pocket design seems to be the only sf worthy one...but still, gaudy, like eason said.
post #12 of 18
For $150+ and being non-selvage, they seem way over-priced.

This in consideration of the APC NS, without the gaudy pockets and with selvage, retailing for $140, or Nudies, Acne, Ernest Sewn, etc... that often go on sale for about the $150.
post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by soonami View Post
For $150+ and being non-selvage, they seem way over-priced.

This in consideration of the APC NS, without the gaudy pockets and with selvage, retailing for $140, or Nudies, Acne, Ernest Sewn, etc... that often go on sale for about the $150.

For anyone interested in the LA area, Hollywood Trading Company is having a 60% markdown. I picked up a pair of Nudies RRDS for $120. Because of the discount, chain stitching wasn't free (I had to pay $16).
post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by Jenaimarr View Post
For anyone interested in the LA area, Hollywood Trading Company is having a 60% markdown. I picked up a pair of Nudies RRDS for $120. Because of the discount, chain stitching wasn't free (I had to pay $16).

Interested in what? Puma *no wayz*, APC or Nudie?

I honestly think the Evisu gull is awesome in those colors, especially with the PUMA arc. The details on them are certainly way more interesting than APCs. I think of them as two completely different styles though, both having their pros.
post #15 of 18
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Originally Posted by Jenaimarr View Post
For anyone interested in the LA area, Hollywood Trading Company is having a 60% markdown. I picked up a pair of Nudies RRDS for $120. Because of the discount, chain stitching wasn't free (I had to pay $16).

Which store? Do they have any 30s left? Any other style Nudie on sale? Thanks in advance.
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