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How do 3sixteen jeans compare to Momotaro jeans?

Momotaro is vastly superior in every way.
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how are 3x1 denim? comparable to...

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how are 3x1 denim? comparable to...

Although I had 6 pairs from them, my seventh order was never fulfilled because the second Manager in 2 months had left without notice..

Don't touch them with a barge pole, they give false quotes, and even managed to send me a pair 3 sizes too big on me

These are their custom jeans size 22 1/2"waist before tailoring:




I have another similarly sized pair but can't find the pic🐱
Edited by Hirsh - 11/9/14 at 9:47pm
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Black jeans recommendation? $100-200.
Been wearing SExFHxRJB jeans for the past 1.5 years, but I think it's time I add a pair of black jeans to the wardrobe.

I don't like my jeans too tight, but feel that black jeans need to be worn a bit slimmer.

Looking at:
Imperial Black Shearer
FH 4001BK JEAN
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The threads I've searches are a bit outdated

And I'd like some refreshing opinions

Suggestions on the perfect black Jean?

Besides fit, I need one that stays black.

So far most have suggested acne stay cash? And NF skinny black power stretch.

Thanks mates!
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Originally Posted by rufiorufiorufio View Post

The threads I've searches are a bit outdated

And I'd like some refreshing opinions

Suggestions on the perfect black Jean?

Besides fit, I need one that stays black.

So far most have suggested acne stay cash? And NF skinny black power stretch.

Thanks mates!

How about Nudies BlackBlack

Or I think Pure Blue Japan do a black that stays black

Or Iron Heart Super Black

NF don't last that long- the only 2 pairs of jeans I've worn out in 2014 were NFs , both bought in 2013
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Originally Posted by rufiorufiorufio View Post

The threads I've searches are a bit outdated

And I'd like some refreshing opinions

Suggestions on the perfect black Jean?

Besides fit, I need one that stays black.

So far most have suggested acne stay cash? And NF skinny black power stretch.

Thanks mates!

try Acne - they have black in a few styles and offer a 'stay' version that's supposed to remain a deep black through washes.
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So I bought the first pair of raw denim - Unbranded 201 sanforized in W30. Soaked them for two hours and hang dried. Putting them on proved very difficult. Could barely squize in and button up all the buttons, took a good couple of minutes to do all that. That said, once on - they fit well and don't feel all that bad except for the stiff material. Should I expect the waist to give a little after wearing or should I go for a bigger waist?

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why did you soak them before wearing them?

they were already sanforized and your soaking them is probably why they were hard to put on (due to the partial shrinkage)


not only that but you probably lost a bit of indigo too
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why did you soak them before wearing them?

they were already sanforized and your soaking them is probably why they were hard to put on (due to the partial shrinkage)


not only that but you probably lost a bit of indigo too
JFC - fine, you're cooler at denim than him, since you know the terms - even if you don't really know what they mean. You win. FFS.

Yes, sakh, the waist will stretch back out to about where it was before.


Any indigo loss from a soak and line dry is going to be negligible. As in, so little as to be meaningless outside the context of online theoretical discussions.

And any shrinkage from soaking/drying would, of course, occurred the first time they were washed regardless . . .
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The real question is why one would buy jeans knowing they'd shrink to be unbuttonable after first wash.
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Originally Posted by BuffaloWang View Post

Black jeans recommendation? $100-200.
Been wearing SExFHxRJB jeans for the past 1.5 years, but I think it's time I add a pair of black jeans to the wardrobe.

I don't like my jeans too tight, but feel that black jeans need to be worn a bit slimmer.

Looking at:
Imperial Black Shearer
FH 4001BK JEAN

 

I'm selling a pair of 4001BK, size 31. Worn a few times but too small for me. Let me know if you're interested.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/439483/the-flat-head-4001-w31-l36-free-shipping-worldwide

 

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by masshi View Post

why did you soak them before wearing them?

they were already sanforized and your soaking them is probably why they were hard to put on (due to the partial shrinkage)


not only that but you probably lost a bit of indigo too
JFC - fine, you're cooler at denim than him, since you know the terms - even if you don't really know what they mean. You win. FFS.

Yes, sakh, the waist will stretch back out to about where it was before.


Any indigo loss from a soak and line dry is going to be negligible. As in, so little as to be meaningless outside the context of online theoretical discussions.

And any shrinkage from soaking/drying would, of course, occurred the first time they were washed regardless . . .

has it come to where people are now getting butthurt in others' steads
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is max new cash a different cut than max cash?

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has it come to where people are now getting butthurt in others' steads

Yes, I commented because your idiocy hurts my soul deeply.
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