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post #3046 of 21424
correct me if i'm wrong, but doesnt the ballooning correct itself as the jeans get broken in? aside from the top block, everything else looks spot on
post #3047 of 21424
Instead of soaking is it ok to run jeans through the washer without soap and then letting them hang dry?
post #3048 of 21424
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Originally Posted by billionaireboy View Post
correct me if i'm wrong, but doesnt the ballooning correct itself as the jeans get broken in? aside from the top block, everything else looks spot on
I was thinking the same thing, regardless if you look at the sides in the rear photo and the upper seat in the side shot it seems there is a bit too much room.
post #3049 of 21424
anyone know if these beauties are raw?
post #3050 of 21424
Almost positive they aren't. But they come with free ninja stars!
post #3051 of 21424
Is there any Slim Jims that don't have a zipfly and double stitched outseam or whatever it's called?
post #3052 of 21424
No, you would have to look in a different Nudie model for that.
post #3053 of 21424
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I just picked up some SE05BSP's in a 33, but after an hour hot / warm soak the fit in the top block feels really off and it seems to balloon out in odd places in the crotch and seat. I had no problem buttoning them - the waist is snug, but not tight like the first wear of APC NS.

I'm looking for a more fitted look like sidneylo's fit on the SE website. Should I size down to a 32 or a 31? Waist measure 2" below navel is ~32". I wear a 29 APC NS and the fit in the top block is spot on.

Pre-soak:
Post-soak:

Thanks

I honestly think you should stick with it.. The denim is extremely rigid and will fall more naturally, especially in the top block, after about 20 wears or so. Stick with it and wear them for a month and if you still don't like them then move on..
post #3054 of 21424
anyone heard of Kanvis Jeans? Worth the $$? comfortable?
post #3055 of 21424
Are there many Size 26 jeans that fit like Size 26? The only brand I am finding are April 77, they do fit me wonderfully but I would like to know of other brands also.
post #3056 of 21424
How is the sizing on the Wings and Horns slim tapered denim (raw)? Is it true to size? I'm a true waist of 31; wear tagged 29s in Dior 19 cm MIJ, 31 in nudie thin finns. Should I get a size 30 in W+H denim (sizing down one)? I'm referring to the ones at blackbird. Thanks!
post #3057 of 21424
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Instead of soaking is it ok to run jeans through the washer without soap and then letting them hang dry?

If you let the spin cycle dry them you can get some irregular fading lines along wherever they crease when stuck against the washer wall. If you pull them out before that, you're fine.
post #3058 of 21424
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SD-103s with a slightly higher rise.

And....GO!

post #3059 of 21424
Is there a way to fix denim that has been shrunk too much? Mine has shrunk so much that it's short for me now.
post #3060 of 21424
Take out the hem? You can't really do much to stretch jeans length-wise. Who makes gray or not-so-black jeans with a larger leg opening (8.5 - 9.5")? None of the NDG ones do.
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