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That will help stretch them back out, yes.
post #5072 of 21424
right on, thanks
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What's a good jean that fades relatively quick?

my wings and horns haven't done much fading, my naked and famous silk denim faded minimally.

I was either considering a pair of flatheads slim, apc nc, or n&f weird guys (sized down). I just want a jean that I can mess with to fade nicely.


also what is a good slim/skinny black jean? Can anyone recommend any particular brands?
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What's a good jean that fades relatively quick?

my wings and horns haven't done much fading, my naked and famous silk denim faded minimally.

I was either considering a pair of flatheads slim, apc nc, or n&f weird guys (sized down). I just want a jean that I can mess with to fade nicely.


also what is a good slim/skinny black jean? Can anyone recommend any particular brands?

Flatheads and APC's fade notoriously fast.

Have you considered Ande Whall? Good cuts, great jean.
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familiar with the product, I didn't know he carried black jeans.

i'll look into it.
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if you don't have it patched or stitched up it will just keep getting bigger until it rips... i had a rip develop in the same area on my SJDJs a while ago and Kiya said if it had gotten any bigger they might not have been able to fix it. err on the side of caution IMO

Yeah....about that. Managed to rip em open today. I'll post pics after I wash them. Taking them to the tailor monday.
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lol once it is started to that degree it is very easy to go- i had a hole like in your picture and then got called down for an activity at a pep rally... ripped wide open during a little run around :/
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What is a pair of jeans that fits like a fully stretched out pair of APC sz 29's? Obviously that isn't a APC sz 29.
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What is a pair of jeans that fits like a fully stretched out pair of APC sz 29's? Obviously that isn't a APC sz 29.
Hard to say, because a) you didn't say which fit, and b) "fully stretched out" varies, because jeans will only stretch as much as they need to in order to accommodate the wearer, and each person not only has a different body, but sizes the same jean differently.

Best thing to do would be to take full measurements for the APCs in question and post them, and maybe someone could help you.
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Anyone know where you can buy APCs in Houston? Looking to get some relatively cheap raw denim to try it out over the summer. Probably should have gotten a pair in NYC while I was there but didn't think about it..
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anyone have the samurai S002JP? i can't seem to find any info on them other than the measurements and what BiG has...
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Anyone know what the source of Levi's 501xx red line selvage denim is? Is it Cone Mills?
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^ Which line are you referring to? Pretty sure LVC is made with Cone denim, but I dunno about their other stuff...
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Well, I'm looking at a couple yards of raw red line selvage denim that are labeled '501'. I'm just trying to figure out the source...
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Levis seems to change the source for LVC denim everyone in a while; IIRC they used Kaihara a couple of seasons back.

Also, Cone Mills (as with any other denim mills, really) make lots of fabric in various grades. Cone Mills by itself is not necessarily the golden approval stamp of quality.
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