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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

Can anyone recommend a good brand for some semi-skinny, all black jeans that are high-quality denim and won't fade too much or turn grey? I'm not looking to go crazy $400-$500, but reasonable budget below $300 would be fine to start… I have absolutely zero black jeans.

http://www.rogueterritory.com/shop/stealth-sk/

 

http://www.3sixteen.com/products/st-220x-slim-tapered-double-black-selvedge-denim

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Looking to step up my jeans game. Best fitting current pair is entry level APC NS. Also have KMW, Big John, rag & bone, none of which work for me fit wise + some styling issues. Looking for high quality jap. selvedge, med. to med. heavy weight, med. low rise. Not so set on sanforized vs. non, but fit & fit predictability are paramount, so unsanforized may be a tougher sell. Looking for mod. slim, mod. taper, nothing extreme.

Any recs or at least a direction? Addtnl specs I need to fill in?

I know you're not overly keen on unsanforized, but i'd recommend samurai s003jp. Slim fitting, and the taper isn't too extreme, quite wide compared to my APC PS. I also have the Samurai 710's which I quite like as well, top quality jeans!

 

As for sizing, I went true to size on the 710's and down one size on the s003jp. The next pair of s003jp I buy I will be getting them true to size, they are just slightly tight on my thighs, but nothing too major. 

 

I think you might lean towards the s003jp as the 710's are a bit heavier weight at 19oz where as the s003jp are 14.5 or 15oz, can't remember sorry! Also the momo's are a very good option also, the denim feels amazing!

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^ yeah cool, but only if you rock them with some Puma Speed Cats.


@Hiamosey Thanks! smile.gif
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Has anyone gotten the knees on a pair of jeans repaired? I have a pair that the knees are starting to get that fuzzy falling apart feeling and Im not sure if its worth repairing the knees or if I should just retire them.
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Has anyone gotten the knees on a pair of jeans repaired? I have a pair that the knees are starting to get that fuzzy falling apart feeling and Im not sure if its worth repairing the knees or if I should just retire them.

If you like the jeans and plan on either taken them to or sending them to, a denim specialist, then it could be worth it to prolong the life. I had a pair where one of my knees started to go and I got them rewoven my Denim Revival here in LA and they did an excellent job. 

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