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^^^ Lmao
post #4667 of 21424
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Originally Posted by DECEMBER View Post
ironhearts? I think those may be too heavy for the summer.
and I think some of those you listed are hard to find

Forgot to mention I'm looking for selvedge + raw black jeans that fade well

I don't like skull jeans because on the tag, "An" and "Alchemist" is squeezed together to spell AnalChemist
and thats just fukin weird

If you own a thread ripper you can remove that in approximately 2.3496 (rounded up) seconds. Or you could just wear a belt and cover it up.

Either way, that's pretty crazy you would not buy a certain brand of jeans simply because you don't like their tags.
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What you probably don't know is that the Japanese writing on certain Samurai patches actually means 'Eight inch minimum to enter'.
post #4669 of 21424
I have a pair of Rivi raw jeans. I haven't washed them in over a year, and I've warm soaked them for a bit once.

I'm beginning to see amazing wear, and think it's time for a wash. (They still don't smell)

I want a small amount of shrinkage and was wondering for how long and what temperature I should wash at. In the machine or by hand?
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Originally Posted by Swag22 View Post
I have a pair of Rivi raw jeans. I haven't washed them in over a year, and I've warm soaked them for a bit once.

I'm beginning to see amazing wear, and think it's time for a wash. (They still don't smell)

I want a small amount of shrinkage and was wondering for how long and what temperature I should wash at. In the machine or by hand?

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post #4671 of 21424
Hi all.

I'm getting ready to buy a few pairs of jeans and I've been looking on here for information trying to decide whats best for my money/physique.

I am a large individual an my legs are no exception. I'm not as slopply put together as peter griffin, I lift weights and my legs continue to expand the more I squat. The more I squat the stronger I get, the stronger I get the happier I am. So skinny fit jeans aren't going to work.

I was thinking of buying some Levi's 501's shrink to fits.
If I soak in them they shoud shrink to me and stretch out to an acceptable size. I had also considered that they ft my thighs but not the waist, and at that point I would find a tailor.

The look I'm going for is that of Clinton Kelly from what not to wear. IMO his jeans are perfect, they seem mature and like they have a classic look. So I'm not sure that the 501's are what I need.

I dont want any stacking and I could care less how they wear out. Oh and I want to wash them, even if only once a month.

Oh and as for shoes, how does everyone feel about sneakers? I was thinking about a decent pair of boots but I've been a fan of sneakers since the reebok shaqs, you knw the black and white ones that had the rounded stripes on them, I cant find a picture right now(and 3rd grade was a long time ago).
post #4672 of 21424
Obvious troll is obvious

post #4673 of 21424
Please recommend a nice pair of straight leg washed jeans, I've got 3 pairs of raws, so I want to get some washed pair for summer.

I'm thinking about Acnes of maybe Diesels now.
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I'm looking for something that has the fit of the Flat Head SE05BSP Slim Tapered in the legs, but a fit in the seat closer to the APC NS. Any suggestions? Thanks
post #4675 of 21424
is it noticeable if I use woolite dark for my first wash?
post #4676 of 21424
I am considering either the Imperial Shearer or the Imperial Duke for my next purchase. I was curious if anyone had experience with either jean, and how they have lasted them?
post #4677 of 21424
Imperials are like the most slept on jean on the internets. They're dope, they hold up well (never owned a pair, but seen/read plenty of good stuff), and fade nice.
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What jawnz after APC?
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I love the fit of my Nudie RRDS after they've stretched out. They've been worn and washed for about a year and a half now and they fit like a dream--slim, but not fitted or tight. I also have a pair of Ernest Sewn Fultons that I love the fit of.

Beyond that though, I can't seem to find jeans I like. Maybe I don't remember how the RR's felt and how they fit after stretching and a wash--but it just doesn't seem like other jeans fit me as well. I've tried APC NS down 3 and another pair down 2, too tight. I've tried Rescues down 2, too loose. I've tried Kicking Mule 1980s down 1 and true to size, way too tight. I'm really not into repro jeans at all so I usually rule them out.

Right now I"m wearing APC NS sized down 1--a 31 and I wear a 32 in RRDS. They're ok, but a bit tight--I'm not sure if that's because they're still stiff and just "feel tight" and could use a wash in a few months, or if they're just flat out tight. I like the fit enough, but I'm just hoping it fits well after a wash and loosens up a bit.

I'm thinking of getting a pair of APC Resuces sized down 2. My legs have gotten a bit meatier from lifting and perhaps NS are not the right cut for me.

Any advice? Should I try the Rescues or persevere with the NS?
post #4680 of 21424
^ Crate Squire, true to size. Or perhaps 33.
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