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I was looking at Uniqlo’s stretch selvedge jeans (here and here ).  I have never owned selvedge or raw denim before, and I was wondering if these jeans are raw.  I don’t mind my jeans fading, but I don’t want to have to wash them in a tub and I don’t want the color to bleed onto stuff it touches.  Does anyone have experience with Uniqlo’s selvedge denim and could answer my questions?  Thanks.


My Uniqlo's bled

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What are the best super skinny black jeans I can buy? Everything I wear with my geobaskets look very clunky.

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What are the best super skinny black jeans I can buy? Everything I wear with my geobaskets look very clunky.

Lululemon.
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looking to cop one of these

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

 


https://www.mrporter.com/en-gb/mens/alexander_mcqueen/slim-fit-washed-denim-jeans/563745

SAINT LAURENT

 

https://www.mrporter.com/en-gb/mens/saint_laurent/denim-jeans/592153

MAISON MARGIELA

 

https://www.mrporter.com/en-gb/mens/maison_margiela/slim-fit-washed-denim-jeans/589316

Ive heard alot about SLP denim so know thats worth its price, but not sure about MM and AMQueen. Anyone know what its like? im a big fan of the fit of the acne max too


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My UB201's just arrived,fit opinions...

these are 29's


waist fit is right on

the upper thigh could be tighter...I think.

 

Should I size down one more or try skinny?

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I think they look fine.  But then again im over skinny/slim jeans these days

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I just don't want them to fit loose in six months,but then again if they are not really tight fitting in the beginning they should not stretch that much,right

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UB201's are nice. Taper the ends, it is a little too baggy, but depends on your overall fit. Topman do a grungy pair for pretty cheap (~$85). Up to you though.

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I really like the way this jean fits. Also I am quite similar to the model in build. Does anyone know about the brand and fit?

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I have always been told to wash jeans inside out... is this correct?

Thank you

Make sure you perform the proper ceremonial dance beforehand.
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Exactly
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Originally Posted by sector7again View Post

I have always been told to wash jeans inside out... is this correct?

Thank you

I think the idea is that with any clothes, if you turn the them inside out you add a slight bit of protection against the outside surface getting abraded or whatever by the insides of the machinery. For people who are super focused on fades, turning jeans inside out probably doesn't hurt anything and theoretically may prevent having some uneven indigo loss where the jeans rub up against the machinery. But it's not like your jeans are waterproof. The soapy water's going to get to both sides either way.
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I'm looking for a pair of comfortable jeans that break in easy. I have a pair of Cantons and they are getting there but I really need one more pair as well. Any recommendations?
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I'm looking for a pair of comfortable jeans that break in easy. I have a pair of Cantons and they are getting there but I really need one more pair as well. Any recommendations?

https://www.jeaneez.com/?mid=5443842


Seriously, based on what you say you need why are you looking for a pair that needs "breaking in" at all? Just go by a pair of non-raw jeans that feel comfortable when you try them on?
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Hi could anyone give me some advice on sizing for wrangler 936 jeans, i cant try them on here in the UK so having a bit of a dilemma, Im probably going to go for the pre washed ones my question is how they compare in waist sizing to Levi jeans, Im a 32/34 in Levis 501 and 511 so could anyone advise which size waist i should purchase in the wranglers.

 

grateful for any help

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