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post #3886 of 21439
What is a similar cut to KMW 2010 in Rinse. I have one in 34/34 and really like them, except the pockets are just a little bit to big, but overall they fit great. Also what is the size difference in Rinse and Raw?
post #3887 of 21439
how does julian red compare with apc in terms of quality?
post #3888 of 21439
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?p=449573 You could use the Google search function within the "search" menu up at the top for more info and other threads but these are not APCs and aren't known to stretch. Hell, most jeans don't stretch out that much but people get beat over the head here into thinking that if you look at a pair of anything the wrong way they'll somehow add 2"+ to the waist.
I did look at that thread but there was no clear answer as to stretching. I just don't want to buy a pair that fits to start off with and then is too big. Thanks for the help.
post #3889 of 21439
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Originally Posted by Dane View Post
Uniqlo. Otherwise, keep your eye on the sale rack at the Gap...look for used stuff. Otherwise, the 514 fit isn't bad, but you're not going to get great quality by any means. I'd pass on the 511's personally.
wheres a place where i can get retail prices of uniqlo jeans and the models? then i can compare with the prices im getting on ebay? thanks. edit: and im guessing ebay is the only place to get them, which means it will be extremely difficult for me to buy some: i want dark wash, uniqlo jeans. best way to get em? for 50 or cheaper if possible??
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wheres a place where i can get retail prices of uniqlo jeans and the models? then i can compare with the prices im getting on ebay? thanks. edit: and im guessing ebay is the only place to get them, which means it will be extremely difficult for me to buy some: i want dark wash, uniqlo jeans. best way to get em? for 50 or cheaper if possible??
You either walk into a Uniqlo or you go on ebay and buy a pair. There are only two ways of getting them.
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post #3892 of 21439
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You either walk into a Uniqlo or you go on ebay and buy a pair. There are only two ways of getting them.

I'm pretty sure they will do phone orders as well.
post #3893 of 21439
^ They do. You can also add B&S forums to the list.
post #3894 of 21439
I have some (sanforized) jeans that I want to soak just to remove some sweat, cut down on the smell, etc. Should I turn them inside out? Does it matter either way?
post #3895 of 21439
Wash them.

Cold water, inside out...no spin cycle. Roll them up in a towel to get rid of excess water, then hang to dry.
post #3896 of 21439
Can tailors replace broken fly buttons? One of the buttons on my jeans broke and left the bottom of the button in the jeans, can they remove and replace that?
post #3897 of 21439
You can really tell from the pic...the 80 is much slimmer than the 2010 in the legs.
post #3898 of 21439
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Originally Posted by KimboIsLegit View Post
Can tailors replace broken fly buttons? One of the buttons on my jeans broke and left the bottom of the button in the jeans, can they remove and replace that?

I guess it's possible...but the hole left by the broken button may prove difficult. If you have a store locally that sells decent denim, ask them which tailor they recommend.
post #3899 of 21439
I can't see the leg opening?

No idea how much they're worth...
post #3900 of 21439
If the leg opening is 8.5 on a 34W, you have 1980s. 2010 would have a 10+ leg opening.

For the record, you could have found this info at several places, including contextclothing.com , Farinelli's Thanksgiving or Holiday sale threads, multiple other online retailers of KMW, or probably by searching the B&S forum.
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