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Since when did Levi 501 STF get in the $50 range? I bought a few pairs years ago for like $25 each.
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Originally Posted by rabbitman View Post

so since ive started lifting seriously again, i outgrew my UB201. got them in size 30 with 11inch thigh measurements. everything fits good but the thighs feel like theyre gonna burst
my own waist is measured at 31 (usually tts30 in most bottoms) and my thighs are at 21.5 inches and will probably hit 22 eventually. not sure whether i should get UB301 with 11.5/23 inch thighs or NF wierd guys with 11.75/23.5 thighs. im now lost and just want to wear jeans that fit....

if you like how the 201s fit besides for the thighs, you might be better off with the Weird Guys since the fit is tapered like the 201s. the 301 is a slim straight so it'll be straight down from the knee and the hem will be slightly larger than the 201s which may not be what you want. 

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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Since when did Levi 501 STF get in the $50 range? I bought a few pairs years ago for like $25 each.

haha it seems levi's pricing is all over the place. they'll always have sales where the 501s will be around $20-30...cant remember the last time i bought something from Levi's at normal price. 

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Originally Posted by TheSoonest View Post

if you like how the 201s fit besides for the thighs, you might be better off with the Weird Guys since the fit is tapered like the 201s. the 301 is a slim straight so it'll be straight down from the knee and the hem will be slightly larger than the 201s which may not be what you want. 

thanks, appreciate the input. my main concern on that is whether the 11.75 thighs would be overly baggy and not look good with 21.5 thighs, but on the other hand i wont need to worry about outgrowing them

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Measurements...

32/33 30 length
post #19326 of 20698
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

Godot buy some gap selvedge because #1 you can try it in person


Thank you very much. They have a 30% off sale online through tomorrow 5/9/13. That's the good news. The bad news is that I've just spent 30 minutes on the phone with a great Gap CS rep & she checked every jean they sell and they are all imported. baldy[1].gif
post #19327 of 20698
godot if it has to be made in usa check out http://store.leftfieldnyc.com/category/jeans but then you jumping into higher price ranges.
post #19328 of 20698

^+1, or taylorstitch.com for a slightly cheaper option

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godot if it has to be made in usa check out http://store.leftfieldnyc.com/category/jeans but then you jumping into higher price ranges.

Thanks, just checked out their site and the stuff looks very good. A little pricy, but it seems like a one man shop so he's got to charge a bit more. Thanks again smile.gif
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^+1, or taylorstitch.com for a slightly cheaper option

An embarrassment of riches. Two hours ago, this seemed like a quest for the holy grail and now I have 3 sources, one of them even local. Is this a great country or what? Thank you biggrin.gif
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Thanks, just checked out their site and the stuff looks very good. A little pricy, but it seems like a one man shop so he's got to charge a bit more. Thanks again smile.gif
You can also look into brands like Gustin or Brave Star Selvedge. Both offer selvedge in different cuts at wholesale price. The quality and build isn't exactly like $200+ brands but for $80-100, it definitely is an amazing deal and beats anything gap makes
post #19332 of 20698

Lightwash, summer jeans that are lightweight? But no rips/distressing...

post #19333 of 20698
buy a pair that is 10 oz
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Lightwash, summer jeans that are lightweight? But no rips/distressing...

Been looking and I can't find anything either. Acne would probably be the closest.
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