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Ya the texture is great!  The inseam worries me since they are unsanforized and they are tighter in the thigh than I expected, wish that wasn't the case :(.  I'm gonna try to sell them and go for the Japan Heritage 2 actually, should be a great pair of denim as well.

Well mine were really tight  after the soak, and about a week in they stretched a bunch. Now they are perfect for my taste. I can pull about a 1/4 inch up from the tightest spot. Those Japan Heritage 2 look like a great deal. They would be on my list if I didn't have to many jeans already.

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How much did the inseam shrink on yours? Mine are the perfect length right now and am afraid if I soak it will be to short if soaked.

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How much did the inseam shrink on yours? Mine are the perfect length right now and am afraid if I soak it will be to short if soaked.

After a very warm soak they shrank about 1/2 inch. I can't cuff them, but I have enough length for them to look right on me and I'm 5'9". Cold soaking should not shrink them very much if at all.

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finally got my indigo selvedge weird guys back from denim therapy. back in my favorite jeans nod[1].gif
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finally got my indigo selvedge weird guys back from denim therapy. back in my favorite jeans nod[1].gif

Denim Therapy worked out for you? What repairs did you have done, how much, turnaround time, eg. deets, if I may ask?
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Denim Therapy worked out for you? What repairs did you have done, how much, turnaround time, eg. deets, if I may ask?

+ before and after pics? If i may add? :P

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Edited to not be that guy.
Edited by insomniac341 - 12/13/12 at 6:10pm
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Once again, not to harp, but create a classified and put it in your signature.^^^^^^ Fok frowns on advertising sales in the discussion forums.
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Once again, not to harp, but create a classified and put it in your signature.^^^^^^ Fok frowns on advertising sales in the discussion forums.

+1

You don't want to get known as that guy.
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Denim Therapy worked out for you? What repairs did you have done, how much, turnaround time, eg. deets, if I may ask?

i'll take some photos later tonight, no before photos.

I've had 2 crotch rips repaired by them and a rear pocket repair (the first repair they did didn't fail, the denim failed in another spot). It's pretty pricey, tbh, but the repairs seem to be rock solid. turnaround time was probably 2 weeks? maybe a little less, I also dragged on payment. I'm pretty happy with it. they give you a quote before they repair so you can refuse if it's too much or whatever. I've spent more on this particular pair than the pair cost originally, but I like them enough so it's worth it, to me.
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Stupid question but which is skinnier the Slim Guy or the Weird Guy? Slim apparently has a straight slim fit (and regular waist) while the weird guy has a "comfort fit" with tapered legs (and low rise waist). 

 

Also for the Skinny Guys. I usually wear a 30" waist, with a little bit of wiggle room in the waist (if I pinch the extra fabric in the wait I get about 5 cm). However, a 28W of the Skinny guys in deep indigo is on sale for 40% off on an online store. Should I jump on them or will that fit be unrealistic even with stretching and such (I'm 5'6 and 130lbs)? 


Edited by jasonleb1 - 12/14/12 at 1:18pm
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Stupid question but which is skinnier the Slim Guy or the Weird Guy? Slim apparently has a straight slim fit (and regular waist) while the weird guy has a "comfort fit" with tapered legs (and low rise waist). 

 

Also for the Skinny Guys. I usually wear a 30" waist, with a little bit of wiggle room in the waist (if I pinch the extra fabric in the wait I get about 5 cm). However, a 28W of the Skinny guys in deep indigo is on sale for 40% off on an online store. Should I jump on them or will that fit be unrealistic even with stretching and such (I'm 5'6 and 130lbs)? 

 

Weird Guy is skinnier.  Sizing down two on a skinny guy will be a bad experience.  Remember the thigh will also be slimmer and probably uncomfortable, a bad fit isn't worth 40% off, there will always be sales to might as well wait for your size and be totally happy with them.

post #10784 of 13349
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Originally Posted by willrh1 View Post

 

Weird Guy is skinnier.  Sizing down two on a skinny guy will be a bad experience.  Remember the thigh will also be slimmer and probably uncomfortable, a bad fit isn't worth 40% off, there will always be sales to might as well wait for your size and be totally happy with them.

+1 on everything here. at most size down 1 on SkG. but probably best to go tts. i was telling my friend this same thing last night - bad fit isn't worth the money you save.

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Thanks, I didn't bite. I did go for a pair of the camo pants in Weird Guy fit though. 

 

Now I just gotta find the Skinny Guys in Dark Indigo in a 30 waist. Might try out the natural indigo instead though, the fades in those look sick (from what I've seen at least).

 

Also, does the Skinny Guy in Indigo Power Stretch or Indigo Stretch Selvedge distress like normal selvedge? Something about the stretchiness would make me think they would come out... differently.


Edited by jasonleb1 - 12/14/12 at 6:30pm
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