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Originally Posted by JasonYeckel View Post

What the hell no as you can clearly see in the link i provided the vintage nudes have a patch with a vintage nude. Don't mind her misinformation. Can you provide pictures of the inside tags to show the vintage and such as well do you have red copper contrast stitching as the one in the press photo did.

I'm sorry, I didn't know - I've only got 3 pairs of N and F:)
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Jason, never mind. I was just curious about the style. That's all. Thanks again for your time.

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Originally Posted by pasteurisation View Post

Jason, never mind. I was just curious about the style. That's all. Thanks again for your time.


Are you going to buy them?

Naked and Famous jeans are good fun, and great value!smile.gif
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Just snag them up and do that crazy Canadian kid move and rock them inside out.

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Mine (weird guy, black selvedge) stretched to the point that I don't feel comfortable in them anymore. I want to wash them to see if they'll shrink enough for me to love them again, but I don't like the look or feel of washed denim... They've been demoted to yard work jeans, but at least this way I may be able to beat them up enough in the privacy of my own yard to consider giving them a wash.
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Originally Posted by AndrewDoesHair View Post

Mine (weird guy, black selvedge) stretched to the point that I don't feel comfortable in them anymore. I want to wash them to see if they'll shrink enough for me to love them again, but I don't like the look or feel of washed denim... They've been demoted to yard work jeans, but at least this way I may be able to beat them up enough in the privacy of my own yard to consider giving them a wash.

Just re apply starch? to give it the sheen and the stiffness

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Originally Posted by AndrewDoesHair View Post

Mine (weird guy, black selvedge) stretched to the point that I don't feel comfortable in them anymore. I want to wash them to see if they'll shrink enough for me to love them again, but I don't like the look or feel of washed denim... They've been demoted to yard work jeans, but at least this way I may be able to beat them up enough in the privacy of my own yard to consider giving them a wash.

My Glow in the Dark have stretched out in the same way, and my cashmere stretch are starting too as well, but they're also both starting to go into holes, which I've just sewn up..
My Super Slubs still feel amazing, but they're also a bit big an yea and have shrinkage room...smile.gif
post #12968 of 13355
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Originally Posted by JasonYeckel View Post

Just re apply starch? to give it the sheen and the stiffness

Would that work with my Glow in the Dark pair, which are already coated!

They're washed at 40 degrees and left to dry naturally and they seem to just get bigger and bigger, and the Cashmere Stretch get softer and softer, like a cashmere sweater would.
That's why I baby my Supet Slubs , which were a gift from my long suffering parents lol:)
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Are you going to buy them?
 

 

 

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Just snag them up and do that crazy Canadian kid move and rock them inside out.

After all, I purchased them. I wanted something different from simple selvedge jeans. No, I can't wear them inside out. I'm too old for that kind of look. LOL. 

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Is anybody going do try their new crazy Pineapple Selvedge jeans from their new collection?smile.gif
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Is anybody going do try their new crazy Pineapple Selvedge jeans from their new collection?smile.gif

Considering picking up them in skinny guy.

Local boutique got them but in weird guy.
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Is anybody going do try their new crazy Pineapple Selvedge jeans from their new collection?smile.gif
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Considering picking up them in skinny guy.

Local boutique got them but in weird guy.

Lucky you - wish they did them in Leggy Girl!!!smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post

Is anybody going do try their new crazy Pineapple Selvedge jeans from their new collection?smile.gif
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Originally Posted by spencers View Post

Considering picking up them in skinny guy.

Local boutique got them but in weird guy.
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post


Lucky you - wish they did them in Leggy Girl!!!smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

Did you kop the Pineapple Selvedge then after all??smile.gif
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Does anyone have the blanket-line Weird Guy or Skinny Guy for sale?  Looking for a size 32, 33, or 34....PM me! 

 

New or used.  Will pay top dollar.


Edited by ElmTree - 3/8/14 at 5:13pm
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Does anyone have any experience with the white/black or arctic model? I'm looking for light grey jeans and I wonder if they're good.
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