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post #12211 of 13265

Currently breaking in my Elephant 3's; they're a little tight in some areas at the moment but after a few more wears they'll be fine.
Anyways, I'm looking for advice on how much I should hem them. I'm only 5'10", not that tall really, so I definitely think I need to hem a little bit. Let me know how much you guys think I should chop off, please.
***I wear high top, mid top, and low top sneakers and boots, in case that matters at all. And I cuff different lengths for different fits. Sometimes a real tiny cuff, sometimes an inch, and sometimes a double cuff (each around an inch or less) if necessary. And then sometimes I don't cuff. I'm inconsistent. So keeping that in mind, I would appreciate anyone's advice.
 


 

 


 

 

post #12212 of 13265
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Originally Posted by Ecco View Post

I have them and I have no idea what you're talking about.

do you see what's going on in this picture taken from the blue owl website? that very same outline this guy is experiencing is happening to me:

http://w2.blueowl.us/carello/images/7988001.8b.jpg

definite bunching/forming/outlining around the left testicle....my right. i'd like to say it was the size/fit, but i tried a 30/31/32 on...weird guy and skinny guy...and the only time this didn't happen was when i was wearing the skinny guy that i couldn't button all the way up.
post #12213 of 13265

http://tateandyoko.com/Sale/Naked-Famous-Slim-Guy-Natural-Indigo-Selvedge.html

O
n sale skinny guys. One question, I have fairly large legs for my size (one quad is 19 in, for reference, 28 levi 514s are tight on me), would skinny guys still fit me comfortably or should I go for a pair of weird guys?

post #12214 of 13265

Random and probably has been said numerous times before, but worth noting again:

 

If anyone is choosing to get into the raw denim game with N&F Indigo Selvedge, consider spending a few more bucks for a different pair.  These things truly are the most ridiculously hard pair of jeans to fade that I've encountered.

 

I've got a full 365 days of wear and 2 washes on them.  The fading is just as minimal as can be.  They haven't even gotten lighter through the washes barely at all.  This denim retains its color like nothing else I've seen.

 

TL;DR: Don't buy N&F Indigo Selvedge jeans if you'd like them to fade a reasonable amount. You'll be spending a few years trying to fade them.

post #12215 of 13265
True dat but I like that about them^^^^^^^
post #12216 of 13265

Where is its shop.????
 

post #12217 of 13265
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Originally Posted by SAAUZ View Post

Where is its shop.????

 

Wat
post #12218 of 13265
I ordered Weird Guy E3's from http://www.blueowl.us/ My true size is 32 and got my first pair in 32. In the end, I knew if they stretched even just 1/4 an inch they wouldn't look good and knew I could stand to size down. The exchange for 31 was painless.

I'm very happy with the fit. The crotch is just right and they are not too low cut. This is my first pair of N&F jeans. Given how interesting their collections are, I'm sure I'll buy more eventually.
post #12219 of 13265
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Originally Posted by mcass View Post

Random and probably has been said numerous times before, but worth noting again:

 

If anyone is choosing to get into the raw denim game with N&F Indigo Selvedge, consider spending a few more bucks for a different pair.  These things truly are the most ridiculously hard pair of jeans to fade that I've encountered.

 

I've got a full 365 days of wear and 2 washes on them.  The fading is just as minimal as can be.  They haven't even gotten lighter through the washes barely at all.  This denim retains its color like nothing else I've seen.

 

TL;DR: Don't buy N&F Indigo Selvedge jeans if you'd like them to fade a reasonable amount. You'll be spending a few years trying to fade them.


Bruh is you serious?

 

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152979117230694&set=a.10152979117130694.1073741829.64407955693&type=1&theater

post #12220 of 13265

 

Those are Deep Indigos. The regular indigo selvedge ones (these) have a reputation for minimal fading.

post #12221 of 13265

I don't know about that because the Deep Indigos are also brutal to fade.  You honestly just probably aren't beating the shit out of them enough but I don't doubt they are also difficult to fade.

 

The best N&F fades I've seen here and elsewhere are the LHTs and the first contest jeans.  Forgot what they were called.

post #12222 of 13265
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Originally Posted by J BAILEY View Post

 

Those are Deep Indigos. The regular indigo selvedge ones (these) have a reputation for minimal fading.


Granted, these ones aren't nearly faded as the deep indigos but the top block looks great for 10 months.

 

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152982564355694.1073741830.64407955693&type=3

 

I agree with the idea that you're not beating the shit out of them enough,

post #12223 of 13265
I'm happy to hear the Regular Indigos don't fade well actually.

I'm looking for a pair of jeans that will stay dark for a long period of time.
My office allows denim if it looks cleans, dark and neat.


So would the NF Weird Guy Regular Indigo, stay unfaded for quite a while?
post #12224 of 13265
Any denim will not fade if you dont wear it hard but enough washes it will just keep getting lighter overall
post #12225 of 13265
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Originally Posted by blazingazn View Post

I'm happy to hear the Regular Indigos don't fade well actually.

I'm looking for a pair of jeans that will stay dark for a long period of time.
My office allows denim if it looks cleans, dark and neat.


So would the NF Weird Guy Regular Indigo, stay unfaded for quite a while?

Try a pair of PBJ NC's.
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