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Originally Posted by Rightyow77 View Post

^ I worked a sheet rock gig for a whole summer in my elephant 2s so I don't see the problem 
+1. They are awesome jeans for that. I bought my Selvedge Chino's to be my go-to workpant around the house. As a lighter weight (10 oz) they are aren't prone to overheating, and give me a large range of motion .. plus when I have to make an emergency Home Depot run for the thing I inevitably forgot .. I just throw on a button down and away I go. Denim is a tight enough weave that virtually anything you slop on them will brush off when dry, and anything in Indigo will hide the rest.

If you catch a sale .. they are also cheap, most of the time in that $100-150 range.

Denim was invented to be worn. Wear them. You don't get rawr fadez sitting on your couch.
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Here is a nice N&F Black 15oz leather belt after over a year of wear...

 

 

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JH.

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Originally Posted by bik2101 View Post

I agree. I think the WG fit is definitely not for everyone. And it definitely doesn't seem to have to do with the front rise. I actually think it might have more to do with the back rise than anything else. I've had WG's with varying front rise and even when they measured the same as the rise on my apc's which fit perfectly, they just were never comfortable. just throwing in my 2 cents.

I've been wearing my WG's in a 33 (sized down one, regret that now) and I agree on the overall fit...it's just odd. There was some definite nut-pinching the first month I wore them. They're a little stretched out now which is great, but my 3Sixteen ST-120x Shadow Selvedge Tapered that I got two weeks ago fit like a dream compared to my Weird Guys. For anyone that isn't feeling them...I highly suggest any of the 3Sixteen tapereds.

Granted, I do like having two pairs of raws to switch between now.
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Here is a nice N&F Black 15oz leather belt after over a year of wear...






I don't see the appeal in having a black belt, especially one that looks like that.
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What do you wear with black shoes/boots??
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What's the difference between Left Hand Twill, Deep Indigo and regular Indigo?
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

What's the difference between Left Hand Twill, Deep Indigo and regular Indigo?

don't know about the diff bw deep and regular indigo, but read this http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2010/10/denim-glossary-right-hand-twill-vs-left.html

should explain at least the diff for left hand twil from the indigos

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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

What's the difference between Left Hand Twill, Deep Indigo and regular Indigo?

 

The cotton origins are different, the construction is different, the dyestuffs are different. You may find the weight one of the easiest things to notice:

 

Indigo Selvedge - 13oz 

Left Hand Twill Selvedge - 13.75oz

Deep Indigo Selvedge - 15.7oz

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Does anyone have any fades on the SUVIN ELS pair yet? Or has anyone seen any pictures? I'm thinking about picking up a pair, but I have yet to see any fade pictures with them.

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Originally Posted by zach4134 View Post

Does anyone have any fades on the SUVIN ELS pair yet? Or has anyone seen any pictures? I'm thinking about picking up a pair, but I have yet to see any fade pictures with them.

 

The Suvin fabric is great, but it's a new style and so I haven't seen any fades pics yet. The style will not be made again. Just one limited edition run. 

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For any raw denim fans in Philly tomorrow...

 

http://www.nakedandfamousdenim.com/blog/event-in-philly-tomorrow-at-ps-qs/ 

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I dont see how so many people have issues with the crotch area. Either you guys have huge butts, sizing diwn too much, or wearing them too high. I have noticed a lot of people wear their jeans kinda high like the pic in the previous page with that guy wearing suspenders.
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Originally Posted by lckychrmsbboy View Post

I dont see how so many people have issues with the crotch area. Either you guys have huge butts, sizing diwn too much, or wearing them too high. I have noticed a lot of people wear their jeans kinda high like the pic in the previous page with that guy wearing suspenders.

 

I think its just the way they are cut that makes them have a lot of tension in the crotch. Even when I wear my skinny guys pretty low, when I bend my knees it feels like the crotch seam is pulled with tension at the slightest of movements. No blowouts so far though

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Originally Posted by lckychrmsbboy View Post

I dont see how so many people have issues with the crotch area. Either you guys have huge butts, sizing diwn too much, or wearing them too high. I have noticed a lot of people wear their jeans kinda high like the pic in the previous page with that guy wearing suspenders.

 

I think its just the way they are cut that makes them have a lot of tension in the crotch. Even when I wear my skinny guys pretty low, when I bend my knees it feels like the crotch seam is pulled with tension at the slightest of movements. No blowouts so far though

I have about 4 pairs of N&F, both Weird Guy and Skinny Guy. I have not had a problem with crotch on either style. I guess I'm a weird guy.

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