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Isn't that just criteria for the APC Petit New Standard?

 

I realized that, but I'm done with APC jeans. Something similar in aesthetics, but better in quality.

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So... Japan Blue or 3Sixteen, but they aren't as slim. Or add another $125 or so and get Diors.
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So... Japan Blue or 3Sixteen, but they aren't as slim. Or add another $125 or so and get Diors.

3sixteen's rise is too high for him. JB0701s might work.

post #19459 of 20241
Also, John Elliott, but they're OOS for regular raws. Maybe one of their stockists still has some. They do have black though.
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That or apcs..... I've owned lots of quality denim petite new standard broken in is a awesome fit. Most people don't wear the same pair after 2 years anyhow apc should last that.


I do love 3sixteen shadow st120x it's my current go to. the fit is definitely in between ns and ps but yea the rise would be too high for you. Quality is way ahead of apc though
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I am looking to pick up my first pair of unsanforized denim. I am looking at FH310 slim frontiers and Roy buck tite slim tapered. I currently wear a 32 in apc ns, 33 in N&F slim guys and a 34 in RRL slim straights. Could anyone make a recommendation of the ROYs vs FH in terms or quality and bang for your buck? Or any other recommendations?
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Thanks for the suggestions guys.

post #19464 of 20241
Hey guys,

Any help on finding a pair of raw denim with an indigo warm, indigo weft, AND contrast stitching?
post #19465 of 20241
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Hey guys,

Any help on finding a pair of raw denim with an indigo warm, indigo weft, AND contrast stitching?

http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bridge3.dll?VBPROG=\bin\shop.prodt.detail&SKU=7660000

If you can handle the measurements.
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That guy made no sense
post #19467 of 20241
Think he meant indigo warp and weft with stitching that isn't black or navy.
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I found a pair of United Stock Dry Goods Raws for 31 dollars, but they're classic fit and +3 on the waist. Would I be able to tailor them 3 waist sizes smaller and to a weirdguy-ish fit? If yes, how much would it be? Like 40 bucks?

 

EDIT: Thanks in advance.

post #19469 of 20241
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Originally Posted by Lobey View Post

I found a pair of United Stock Dry Goods Raws for 31 dollars, but they're classic fit and +3 on the waist. Would I be able to tailor them 3 waist sizes smaller and to a weirdguy-ish fit? If yes, how much would it be? Like 40 bucks?

EDIT: Thanks in advance.
3 sizes is a bit much to take down but probably doable. It will likely fit kind of weird since you're taking it down so much. Tapering should be fine. If the pants don't have a felled seam then you can even taper them from the inside so you don't widen the selvedge outer seam. Cost will vary obviosuly but around $40 sounds about right
post #19470 of 20241
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3 sizes is a bit much to take down but probably doable. It will likely fit kind of weird since you're taking it down so much. Tapering should be fine. If the pants don't have a felled seam then you can even taper them from the inside so you don't widen the selvedge outer seam. Cost will vary obviosuly but around $40 sounds about right


Thanks, I'll start looking for tailors!

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