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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Gilt is not good for measurements, or fit pics. Every time I order from there I always just google the product to look for better info. Gilt Final sale is as its says final sale. But if they sent you the totally wrong product, I would call or email them.

 

*I miss Park & Bond, they had such good deals on clothing. 

No you were feeding people misinformation that's why you were getting trolled.

post #11642 of 13341
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

People. Soak your denim. Sanforized or not. It's healthy for the fabric. Stop being such fools.

This is not a hard concept.

 


Prove it.

post #11643 of 13341
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Thank god someone with sense came into this forum. I was getting trolled last night for trying to tell someone that is new to raw denim to soak.

*dig your profile picture by the way.

lol? Dude, you were telling the guy to soak his N&F because you think they are unsanforized, which is clearly incorrect cause all N&F are sanforized save for a few collabs. Troll thinks they are being trolled facepalm.gif
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Originally Posted by flamingotripod View Post


lol? Dude, you were telling the guy to soak his N&F because you think they are unsanforized, which is clearly incorrect cause all N&F are sanforized save for a few collabs. Troll thinks they are being trolled facepalm.gif

Sweet avatar picture dude.

post #11645 of 13341
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post


Prove it.

Drench a piece of fabric in sweat and muck repeatedly. See how well it holds up against a "commonly" washed one.

/end
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Does anyone have any information on this N&F belt? Supposedly it is the 1" Buffalo Belt, but I cannot find any information on it really. It's not on the N&F site, or on tate & yoko or blueowl.

post #11647 of 13341
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post


Drench a piece of fabric in sweat and muck repeatedly. See how well it holds up against a "commonly" washed one.

/end

 

 

You still haven't proved why we should soak sanforized jeans. New jeans are sweat and muck free.

 

Unless you meant 'wash' by 'soak.' 

 

/end

post #11648 of 13341
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Originally Posted by zach4134 View Post


Does anyone have any information on this N&F belt? Supposedly it is the 1" Buffalo Belt, but I cannot find any information on it really. It's not on the N&F site, or on tate & yoko or blueowl.

Yea, I saw that a couple months back. I also found no info on it then. Great price for the belt, and I am sure it is quality material. Was going to order it for a belt to wear with dress pants, but is to thick. 

post #11649 of 13341
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post


You still haven't proved why we should soak sanforized jeans. New jeans are sweat and muck free.


Unless you meant 'wash' by 'soak.' 

/end


im not going to get offended or angry if someone disagrees with opinion here but if i buy a pair of raw unwashed denim that is sanforized im not going to wash/soak them right away. i would just get something that is washed already.based on my experience with soaking beforehand and leaving them unwashed, i believe that it effects how the jeans will look/age over time if they are soaked. and i dont prefer that look. thats just my opinion. if someone does or believes something different its not effecting me in anyway so do what you feel is right.
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I grabbed one of the black oxfords from Machus with that code someone posted, thanks for that! Ordered an XL since that's what I take in Epaulet and Wolf vs Goat BD, hope it fits ok.

post #11651 of 13341
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Yea, I saw that a couple months back. I also found no info on it then. Great price for the belt, and I am sure it is quality material. Was going to order it for a belt to wear with dress pants, but is to thick. 

Yeah it is a pretty good price, that's why I'm looking into getting it. Is it really a full inch... I mean, an actual inch thick, thats pretty crazy. Not sure that would even fit through some belt loops, but if N&F made it, it probably fits their denims. I wonder why there isn't any information about it elsewhere.

post #11652 of 13341
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Originally Posted by zach4134 View Post

Yeah it is a pretty good price, that's why I'm looking into getting it. Is it really a full inch... I mean, an actual inch thick, thats pretty crazy. Not sure that would even fit through some belt loops, but if N&F made it, it probably fits their denims. I wonder why there isn't any information about it elsewhere.

No its and inch wide. Inch thick that would be hardcore. It looks the same thickness as the thickbelt I have from N&F which is 15oz leather and I think 7mm thick.

 

If you buy it post some pictures oh here. Now would be a good time too with the 15% off.

post #11653 of 13341
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Originally Posted by Dirty Gurty View Post

I grabbed one of the black oxfords from Machus with that code someone posted, thanks for that! Ordered an XL since that's what I take in Epaulet and Wolf vs Goat BD, hope it fits ok.

Enjoy your purchase, there very nice shirts I have 10 of them practically the only dress shirts I wear.

post #11654 of 13341
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Originally Posted by Dirty Gurty View Post

I grabbed one of the black oxfords from Machus with that code someone posted, thanks for that! Ordered an XL since that's what I take in Epaulet and Wolf vs Goat BD, hope it fits ok.

N&F shirts are sexy as shit. The sleeves are a tad too small for me though, so I haven't been wearing them much lately. Hope yours fits!

post #11655 of 13341
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post


You still haven't proved why we should soak sanforized jeans. New jeans are sweat and muck free.


Unless you meant 'wash' by 'soak.' 

/end

Alright noob. Let me know how that all works out for you.

Sometimes its not even worth arguing with those who fail to grasp basic logic and attempt to attack the fringes of an argument, but just to clarify:

Jeans straight out of the factory are loaded with solvents, starches, etc. which make the denim rigid (fascinating, no?). These chemicals are by nature corrosive to fabric in general. There's a reason starch has a mixed reputation, or that even dry cleaning is questioned in caring for fine garments; they're reapplying these similar chemicals in even greater amounts to compensate for the "muck" your body leaves on your clothes.

But that's leaving the main point. YOU DIRTY YOUR CLOTHES. To not clean them subsequent to wearing them (let alone upon purchase as addressed above^) is foolhardy and will limit the life of your garment (ie, jeans, shirts, anything in case you couldn't put that together).

Heaven forbid we think outside of fashion groupthink and grasp a bit of reality in our sartorial lives.
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