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post #11416 of 13228
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Originally Posted by mister56 View Post

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.
My only problem I have with WG's .. is I gotta pull my pants down Butters from South Park style to use the pisser.
post #11417 of 13228
any idea when the rainbow denim will be release?
post #11418 of 13228

It's already out at Barneys

post #11419 of 13228
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Originally Posted by imschatz View Post


My only problem I have with WG's .. is I gotta pull my pants down Butters from South Park style to use the pisser.

hahahah.  soooo true.  i have to undo my belt and all the buttons.  annoying but kinda used to it now.

post #11420 of 13228
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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 feel like a lot of people with "athletic" builds have issues with WG's. For me personally they're okay in the thighs, dangerous on the junk.
post #11421 of 13228

having to undo your belt and buttons to piss has nothing to do with the fit, its because theyre button fly.  how stretched out does the waist have to be if you can just pull it out from the top of the jeans?

post #11422 of 13228

it has nothing to with buttons. it has to do with the front rise and length of the fly itself.  i can't get my hand/fingers in the open fly to whip it out and take wiz unless i undo the top button of my weird guys which means the belt has to get undone also.

 

with all my other pants (zip & button flys) - 3sixteen SL denim, dockers alpha khaki, dress pants, etc, i can undo all the fly buttons or unzip and take a wiz.  all i'm saying is that just isn't possible with the weird guy fit.

post #11423 of 13228
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Originally Posted by jmaudi0 View Post

it has nothing to with buttons. it has to do with the front rise and length of the fly itself.  i can't get my hand/fingers in the open fly to whip it out and take wiz unless i undo the top button of my weird guys which means the belt has to get undone also.

with all my other pants (zip & button flys) - 3sixteen SL denim, dockers alpha khaki, dress pants, etc, i can undo all the fly buttons or unzip and take a wiz.  all i'm saying is that just isn't possible with the weird guy fit.

Agreed. My 3Sixteens have plenty of length in the fly so I don't have to undo the top button. Having to completely undo your fly/belt isn't normal.
post #11424 of 13228
Does anyone have the Suvins? Any idea how much they stretch?

I am a 34.5" true waist and thinking of the 32 or 33...
post #11425 of 13228

so you guys dont do the buttons besides the top one? or you suck your stomach in to undo everything but the belt?

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A question for those that have experience with deep indigo's; I am about to do my first soak - what would you recommend for quicker fades, given that deep indigo's are rather difficult to fade. Hot water, warm water, cold water? Or should I just chuck em in the wash? Whatever else you can recommend would be appreciated.

post #11427 of 13228
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Originally Posted by zach4134 View Post

A question for those that have experience with deep indigo's; I am about to do my first soak - what would you recommend for quicker fades, given that deep indigo's are rather difficult to fade. Hot water, warm water, cold water? Or should I just chuck em in the wash? Whatever else you can recommend would be appreciated.

I've had mine for a year and haven't washed yet. My fades will come in one day. Lol

I'll send you pictures if you want. Just pm me so I don't forget.
post #11428 of 13228
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Originally Posted by zach4134 View Post

A question for those that have experience with deep indigo's; I am about to do my first soak - what would you recommend for quicker fades, given that deep indigo's are rather difficult to fade. Hot water, warm water, cold water? Or should I just chuck em in the wash? Whatever else you can recommend would be appreciated.

 

I washed mine cold after about 10 months after unspeakable things got on them.  I had very little fading before the wash but since then they've actually been fading at a decent clip,  They get stiff as a motherfucker after they dry too.

post #11429 of 13228

Here is a very special pair of denim. These were specifically made for me to win the WHDC contest. The fabricator wants to remain anonymous, because they are made from very rare cotton. More importantly, many peoples live were put in jeopardy because of the dangerously low tension used in the making of these jeans.

Valhalla Cotton™ is pretty hard to grow to say the least. Seven months out of the year the ground is covered in ice and snow, but the hot spring blows over the crops of cotton. To make matters worse, the country is always at war. What the farmers do to grow this cotton is nothing short of amazing. The seeds germinate quickly, and as the plant matures, a cotton pod appears at the end of a long stalk. Harvesting denim is an exhausting, back-breaking work which can really only be done by hand and requires knowledge of the Overlords. When the pods are still babies the artisans use a specialized knife mounted on a handle of an oar to cut vertically over two or three sides of the pod. The cuts in pods eventually seep denim. Later, when the midnight sun rises 72 virgins work the night shift. They harvest denim by wrapping the fresh threads around a threshing oar. That's it. Oh, they use blue and white seeds for the color. In the picture below you can easily see the Valhalla Cotton™ with the blue and white color. I used computer enhancement so you can see a close up of this incredible denim. I had to use three computer systems to get the image that you are enjoying. Enjoy.

 

post #11430 of 13228
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Originally Posted by zach4134 View Post

A question for those that have experience with deep indigo's; I am about to do my first soak - what would you recommend for quicker fades, given that deep indigo's are rather difficult to fade. Hot water, warm water, cold water? Or should I just chuck em in the wash? Whatever else you can recommend would be appreciated.

i had mine for about 8 mos till i soaked about 2 weeks ago. warm soak, minor agitation. same as the other 2 have said and i will reiterate one point.. the get really stiff. i stlll feel like mine havent soften up completely yet because my stacks are still defying gravity.

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