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Kind of sort of denim related. Indigo dye is transferring to my leather sneakers, anyone have any idea how to best clean them?
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Kind of sort of denim related. Indigo dye is transferring to my leather sneakers, anyone have any idea how to best clean them?

depends on the color of the leather.. if they are white.. try some white rubbing alcohol and then some leather cleaner/ conditioner...

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why are my pbj xx012 taking forever to fade... have had them for about 2 months albeit i have only worn them for about one.  only seeing a bit of fading on the ass area. when is everyone else starting to see fading in their jeans?

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I'm looking for something with this look:

 

 

They're the Universal Works slim jeans, I think I'm just gonna eat the conversion rate and get them. The flatheads are too long and I'm not looking for anything that stacks.

Have you check out the Baldwin Henleys? They look like the same exact fit as those. Yea flatheads are extremely long and having them hemmed increases the cuff considerably, I forgot about that. My Flat Heads at a 39 inch inseam pre-soak.

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why are my pbj xx012 taking forever to fade... have had them for about 2 months albeit i have only worn them for about one.  only seeing a bit of fading on the ass area. when is everyone else starting to see fading in their jeans?

For lack of a better word, PBJ's are a bitch to fade. They take forever, but once they start, they have some of the nicest results out there. Patience.

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Bought a pair of Diesel "Safaldo" (slim-straight) jeans.

 

The legs are exactly what it says on the tin, slim-straight, but the waist ballooned out two inches. Anyone encounter this problem?

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depends on the color of the leather.. if they are white.. try some white rubbing alcohol and then some leather cleaner/ conditioner...

Yeah it's white leather, thanks I'll give that a try.
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Bought a pair of Diesel "Safaldo" (slim-straight) jeans.

 

The legs are exactly what it says on the tin, slim-straight, but the waist ballooned out two inches. Anyone encounter this problem?

No, never owned a pair, but if they're not raw, put them in the washing machine, set it to the highest heat so it shrinks the most, hang dry so the cotton fibers aren't damaged by the dryer, and wear a belt so it doesn't stretch out. 

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Yeah it's white leather, thanks I'll give that a try.

If these jeans are raw, I would wait until most of the excess indigo has rubbed off and then take your shoes to a leather repair specialist. They have the products to clean your shoes you may not, techniques you may not know, and have white dye to cover up any irregularities in the white leather. They'll have them looking brand new once they're done with them.

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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post
 

If these jeans are raw, I would wait until most of the excess indigo has rubbed off and then take your shoes to a leather repair specialist. They have the products to clean your shoes you may not, techniques you may not know, and have white dye to cover up any irregularities in the white leather. They'll have them looking brand new once they're done with them.

 

This is a great idea, only thing is these shoes aren't nice enough to warrant all that. I'll just see what I can do myself and definitely going to keep this in mind for when I eventually get my CPs. Thanks man.

 

Also, does anyone have measurements on the RgT SKs? Are the 27s seriously a 15 inch waist?


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