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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Welcome to Styleforum. Jeans stretch differently depending on the fabric. N&F jeans are also sized slightly differently, even with the same cuts. I recommend checking blueowl for accurate measurements (if they have the pair you want). 

 


One of the best sizing tips is to size for your thighs before anything else. Waist areas can be stretched easily. In fact, you can even stretch them by hand if you need a little more size. Thighs are a bit more tricky though. 

gb2/fa/fuccboi

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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

It gets hot as 105 here i wore 19oz samurai s710 year round for 4 years unless your constantly say runnibg you would be fine.

Besides constant sweating is excellent weightloss and fades on denim.

 

Sweating in jeans is possibly one of the worst feelings ever. Keeps in all the juices

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must be nice to never break a sweat even in 105 weather
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It makes it less juicy in summertime.  It might affect your crotch fades though (10).

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Originally Posted by bawlin View Post

Black Skinny Guys = One of the best purchases I've ever made.

I thought slavery was outlawed?
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post


I thought slavery was outlawed?

LOL  Well done.

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Thanks!
 

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Omg that was funny!

J1987- try going true to size in the WG it does sound like the 29's would work tho
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hey guys, I just got my first pair of N&F jeans, it's a Dirty Fade Weird Guy pair, but it is a bit too tight (it's 29 and 32" waist arcording to Blueowl) and I can just button only 1 button from the bottom, so I'm here just for some advices, will it stretch to fit my waist or should I change another pair in larger size ? frown.gif


sorry for my bad English biggrin.gif
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Sounds like that fit is sex
post #11921 of 13248
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Originally Posted by bazh View Post

hey guys, I just got my first pair of N&F jeans, it's a Dirty Fade Weird Guy pair, but it is a bit too tight (it's 29 and 32" waist arcording to Blueowl) and I can just button only 1 button from the bottom, so I'm here just for some advices, will it stretch to fit my waist or should I change another pair in larger size ? frown.gif


sorry for my bad English biggrin.gif

 

You should be okay if you are looking for a tight fit.  These are sanforized so they won't shrink anymore.  It will stretch enough to let you wear them, but will be uncomfortable for at least a month.  It all depends on what type of fit you are looking for. 

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Originally Posted by bazh View Post

hey guys, I just got my first pair of N&F jeans, it's a Dirty Fade Weird Guy pair, but it is a bit too tight (it's 29 and 32" waist arcording to Blueowl) and I can just button only 1 button from the bottom, so I'm here just for some advices, will it stretch to fit my waist or should I change another pair in larger size ? frown.gif


sorry for my bad English biggrin.gif

 

 

I would size up 1 if you are only getting 1-2 buttons done up.... they should be snug... but you shouldn't be dying in them.  

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Originally Posted by Ponyboy312 View Post

You should be okay if you are looking for a tight fit.  These are sanforized so they won't shrink anymore.  It will stretch enough to let you wear them, but will be uncomfortable for at least a month.  It all depends on what type of fit you are looking for. 

yeah, I do really love the fit from my knees to feet, but the thigh is too tigh, a little stretch here would be very nice
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Then you need to size up. The fit "from knees to feet" can be altered by a tailor but thigh and crotch tightness not so much.

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Originally Posted by Ecco View Post

Then you need to size up. The fit "from knees to feet" can be altered by a tailor but thigh and crotch tightness not so much.
I guess size up 1 is better right ? or 2 ?
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