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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
They are normal. Embrace them now as they will disappear over the years but like real boobs.

If they were truly like real boobs then I should be able to enjoy them now, and then they will just get saggier over time

How long does it usually take for the cardboard feel to go away? My thighs are chafed something fierce.
post #2342 of 21424
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It's all part of the process, just give it a few weeks. Nudie doesn't even use that much starch to begin with, not like the way Japanese brands do. Just wear the jeans, young sho'nuff.
post #2343 of 21424
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
It's all part of the process, just give it a few weeks. Nudie doesn't even use that much starch to begin with, not like the way Japanese brands do.

Just wear the jeans, young sho'nuff.

When you're young and n00bulous, you get to complain about the little things
post #2344 of 21424
grind it out! honestly one of the best pairs i ever owned were some nudie regular ralf selvage...and i wore them for over a year before washing! yes, in the beginning its tough, but just treat them like junk...wipe your hands on them when theyre dirty or wet, scratch the ass into the ground when youre sittin on concrete... PUNISH those things and theyll come alive!
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Originally Posted by bigbilly View Post
grind it out! honestly one of the best pairs i ever owned were some nudie regular ralf selvage...and i wore them for over a year before washing! yes, in the beginning its tough, but just treat them like junk...wipe your hands on them when theyre dirty or wet, scratch the ass into the ground when youre sittin on concrete... PUNISH those things and theyll come alive!

Oh. I've been treating them like princesses

Guess I got to start treating them like whores
post #2346 of 21424
What has the same fit as the 5ep Straight Down Zip? I just tried the LDB, I did not like them. The Straights fit really good.
post #2347 of 21424
im sure this has been asked a million times....

shoulda bought a 5epxSF but where can i get something similar to APC NS but higher quality denimz.... not necessarily heavier denim tho.
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Sounds like you need a pair of 5epxSF v.2.0....
post #2349 of 21424
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Sounds like you need a pair of 5epxSF v.2.0....

umm yeah! news on that?????
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umm yeah! news on that?????
It won't happen until next year but they sound sick.
post #2351 of 21424
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post
I have a pair of Nudie Thin Finn Dry Stretch jeans.

I love the color of these jeans as is, and I honestly don't care THAT much about fading and making my jeans unique.

I kind of want to maintain this dark indigo color. Is there anyway I can do this, or will they fade over time no matter what?

Look into Dry Black. They take FOREVER to fade, and they maintain their look for a long time (provided you don't wash them). I think they are the slowest fading style that Nudie makes.
post #2352 of 21424
ok i need another pair of raw denim. lol.

this time i'm looking for a more relaxed fit. not baggy, but i have skinny legs so i'd like something like...lets say 16.5-17 inches in the knee, completely straight leg. any suggestions? thinking APC rescues.
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Go a step up and get some 5EP's or KMW's. They sound great for what you're looking for.
post #2354 of 21424
i actually saw the KMW 1950...17" knee and 16" leg opening looks really good.
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I like rather thick, stiff denim that has a relaxed fit. Who makes quality denim that fits this bill? Ideally I'd like something I can find in a higher end department store (because I wanted it by Friday), but I know that's usually not the case...
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