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post #18331 of 20609
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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post

Lol, ok.

Do you know how much stretch I can get out of the denim?  I can almost button the second to top.... I need about one inch of stretch to button the top, two for the jeans to be comfortable.

If I read correctly, you wanted 2" of stretch, right? Not impossible, but I don't think you're able to stretch them that far by just wearing. Most raw denim stretches about 1" e.g. back to raw measurments, sometimes beyond that. I reccommend wetting the waistband a bit and wear time while damp to get the most stretch out of them. Just remember that stretching will be reversed by washing/drying, so you have to figure out for yourself if you want to go trough the hassle of stretching them out every time they come out of the washing machine.
post #18332 of 20609
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Originally Posted by jrbull2 View Post

Trying to decide between some 3sixteen ST-120x or the Momotaro x Blue Owl collab skinny straight in deep indigo. I think I want the Momotaro's for the lower rise, but the price of the 3sixteen's is better...

Which is a better fade? And am I correct in thinking that they'll fit very similar, other than the rise??

 

Momotaro's, but I also think it's personal preference. If the rise is a lot different, the jeans waistband will sit on another place, take that into account. Also 3sixteen is sanforized, while the BOM's are shrink to fit.
post #18333 of 20609

Does it look good to cuff it that many times like Mark McNairy (right guy)? I have the same type of shoes, and I am not sure if it looks good or not. 

700

post #18334 of 20609
I think it can look ok, sometimes.
post #18335 of 20609

That's at least five cuffs. And how do I make them skinny when I cuff them that many times? 

post #18336 of 20609
I'm not sure about the pic you posted, but the Nudie Tube Kelly's in my image are a very light weight cotton/lycra mix, which may make rolling easier than a thicker, pure cotton denim.
post #18337 of 20609
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Originally Posted by jrbull2 View Post

Trying to decide between some 3sixteen ST-120x or the Momotaro x Blue Owl collab skinny straight in deep indigo. I think I want the Momotaro's for the lower rise, but the price of the 3sixteen's is better...

Which is a better fade? And am I correct in thinking that they'll fit very similar, other than the rise??

 

This has only barely hit the store, let alone have anybody fading them.

Momotaro, hands down quality wise.
post #18338 of 20609

I want to buy some nice jeans, down the line of A.P.C, A.G and 7 for all mankind. My question is do these jeans come in one Inseam size? I looked on there website and none have a inseam size just waist. My inseam is 29-30 depending  on the brand. Do APC, AG and 7 for all mankind make jeans in different inseam size and if so where can I buy them or do I have to get them tailored?

 

Thanks. 

post #18339 of 20609
AG and 7fam both use 33-34'' inseams. Don't buy them tho as quality wise they are pretty meh...denim is flimsy and will wear down very quickly. APC inseams vary from 32-35 based on waist size. No need to hem these really unless u have too much / hate stacking.
post #18340 of 20609

Where can I get smart looking jeans that don't have weird stitching and logos on the backside that come in a variety of colours?

 

Something like this http://www.amazon.com/Calvin-Klein-Rinse-Black-Straight/dp/B003IHU3FY but in colours like white, grey and other colors that are not indigo, and that hopefully have rivets that are the same colour as the jeans with no tone stitching

 

Whenever I find something I like it's like the manufacturer stopped making it a year ago and nobody stocks it or ships to the EU

post #18341 of 20609
I guess Naked and famous is your best bet! they have lot of colors. And they're cheap too!
post #18342 of 20609
just an example of one of their fit in a vast variety of colors

http://www.nakedandfamousdenim.com/collection/men/weirdguy.html
post #18343 of 20609
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Originally Posted by Roygbivuxg View Post

AG and 7fam both use 33-34'' inseams. Don't buy them tho as quality wise they are pretty meh...denim is flimsy and will wear down very quickly. APC inseams vary from 32-35 based on waist size. No need to hem these really unless u have too much / hate stacking.

Are there any other jeans brand you recommened? I prepare my jeans to be straight left and don't like stackiing. 

post #18344 of 20609
you're probably gonna have to hem something cuz i dont think any decent quality denim brands sell varying inseams across waist sizes. If you want a straight fit apc new standards are great in terms of fit and value. 3sixteen and Spurr also make some good straight fits. You can try n&f but personally i hate their fits and have passed up many pairs at <$80. If you're willing to invest more $ check out some of the japanese brands...they tend to produce more straight and relaxed fits. In any case, it's best if you can try on a pair in person cuz sizing can vary seasonally.
post #18345 of 20609
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Originally Posted by Roygbivuxg View Post

you're probably gonna have to hem something cuz i dont think any decent quality denim brands sell varying inseams across waist sizes. If you want a straight fit apc new standards are great in terms of fit and value. 3sixteen and Spurr also make some good straight fits. You can try n&f but personally i hate their fits and have passed up many pairs at <$80. If you're willing to invest more $ check out some of the japanese brands...they tend to produce more straight and relaxed fits. In any case, it's best if you can try on a pair in person cuz sizing can vary seasonally.

 

 

Thanks , I guess I should check out the APC store. Does hemming runin the jeans?

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