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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

I can't say I'm fully satisfied with the construction quality. Lots of loose stitching and it's a bit off in a couple places. At a point in the hem the fabric was folded incorrectly in a tiny spot. Not a big deal, and I did get this shirt on sale, but I'd be pretty annoyed if I paid the $135+ retail price. 

ive had 5 N & F shirts and 4 of them needed a repair within the first 3-4 wears. the seams would just come apart in various spots.
post #11957 of 13073
My shirt lost half its buttons during the first few times I wore it.
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with all these shirting issues im surprised you guys still buy them....

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Im not ive seen/read crazier
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Can someone confirm for me that the rivets on these jeans are offset too far from the middle of the pants to get them buttoned properly, and it's not the case that I'm just inept and can't button a pair of pants?

Theyr'e Elephant 2 WGs that I bought from Tate and Yoko, and I've worn them for months, but it's just impossible to get them buttoned because I feel the rivets are just too far to the left (if looking at the crotch from the front).




I emailed them about it explaining all of the above and this is the response I got:
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Hi,

From your photos it looks like the buttons are perfectly aligned.
Which jeans are these? The more you wear them, the softer they will become and I'm sure you will be able to do them all up.
If you're really worried, you can try stretching the button holes, or bringing them to a tailor to get the holes made larger.

Thanks!

Edited by althanis - 5/23/13 at 8:29am
post #11961 of 13073
That actually doesn't look weird to me...I think N&F intentionally offsets them - the top one more so than the rest - to reduce the appearance of gaping at the fly. I'm looking at you, APC. plain.gif
post #11962 of 13073
my pair of naked and famous is the same way although i get them on and off fine when i tried them on new. both my apcs only the top button is like that.

i wouldn't worry about it too much with time you'll be able to get them on and off easily just be prepared to have the holes for the buttons repaired when they get worn out but this is like 3 years + down the line. especially if it fits a bit tight right now.
post #11963 of 13073

Yup all mine look like that

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post #11965 of 13073
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Originally Posted by TooAwesome View Post

with all these shirting issues im surprised you guys still buy them....

 

It was my first one. 

 

A shame too because they have some cool patterns/fabrics. 

 

e: also my jeans are like that. Never gave me a problem, though.

post #11966 of 13073

Okay.  Anybody got a pair of N&F and a pair of Unbranded?  Wanna write up a quick comparison w/pics?  This thread was interesting with the Mr.56/F*ckcity beef for a minute but sizing gets boring; this thread is long overdue for a denim write up. 

post #11967 of 13073

I can guarantee that this already exists within a 100 pages.  Try the search function.

post #11968 of 13073

Probably already read it then.  Since you weren't able to figure it out from my post, I was eliciting new content.  If I had a specific question, I'd search for it.  So many smart dumbasses on the internet...
 

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Originally Posted by Ponyboy312 View Post

Probably already read it then.  Since you weren't able to figure it out from my post, I was eliciting new content.  If I had a specific question, I'd search for it.  So many smart dumbasses on the internet...

 

lol
post #11970 of 13073
Althanis, I have six pairs of WG's (3 new, 3 old style) and they are all like that. I agree it looks weird and wish they were like the SG's having more buttons and centered.
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