Any suggestions? I was thinking Nudies or Naked and Famous possibly.
ah alright. was just wondering. i'm also not a big fan of their fits but did think their denim was pretty great for the price.
since my post seems to have vanished in the void of etheral limbs, I'm posting again (Sorry if the other post ends up showing).
First, I'd like to thank you guys (especially Commodorewheeler ) for the help you brought me in my search of bulletproof denim. I went to New York last month (Cool trip even if I ended not so fond of the city) and had the time(one week is short in New York ) to go to Selfedge. I came back with an IronHeart denim (Beatle Buster - 634 alike). I will post pics if I get the time to.
Unfortunately, this weekend I found a little tear in the fabric. It might looks like nothing (and I surely do sound like fuckin' psycho about my clothes, but it's ok...) but I wanted to make it sure by getting a pro glance on what's troubling me (didn't find anything on google or searh function)
So here we are;
My best shot is the fabric thread unwinded (not sure how to say that in english) during the making process and this shouldn't affect the life expectancy of my denim. It's located on the leg, under the knee.
So my questions are;
- Is this something I should pay attention about ?
- If so, what can I do ?
Thanks again for the help and have fun,
@Nooneofnote; I had the same problem than you on APC. Their waist is too low. Don't know where you're from, but you might want to try the EDWIN ED-47 rainbow selvedge.
Mid high rise, a bit wider on the leg than the APC NS and around the same budget, at least in Europe.
Sorry about "tear". English isn't my first language so I couldn't find the right word to describe it. I checked the fabric on both sides and there is no hole. As you said, I believe it's just that the thread, supposed to be rolled on itself before being weaved with others, unweaved during the process. Well now I can wear my denim in peace
Well; thanks again !!