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post #4186 of 13375
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post
Cool will get them dry cleaned then. Is Cadet trustworthy?

Don't worry about dust. I work in the warehouse here all the time packing boxes. Dust gets all over my jeans. No matter how much dust and dirt gets on. After a day or 2 of wear, it'll all brush off and you'll be back to normal.
post #4187 of 13375
How much slimmer? I hate the fit of Banana & Gap buttondowns, haha. There's not too many brands that have button downs that fit well on me. I'm working out my arms & chest so I don't want to be in a dilemma in which they're too small on me. Few examples of how I like button downs to fit.
post #4188 of 13375
why do you only do 2 buttons up on your shirts?
post #4189 of 13375
N&F shirts should be a good fit for you. I would also recommend Gitmans and Club Monaco slim fits too.
post #4190 of 13375
Lol, it was just to see how it fit. I always button up every button except for the top. @reezy I think I'm going to order one of the slim shirts off plndr. I think there's a club monaco in my area so I'll probably check there this weekend. Thanks!
post #4191 of 13375
the bottom 1/3 of my jeans are covered in the piss, beer, sweat, and dirt combination from frat basements. swag.
post #4192 of 13375
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Originally Posted by NFDENIM View Post
Don't worry about dust. I work in the warehouse here all the time packing boxes. Dust gets all over my jeans. No matter how much dust and dirt gets on. After a day or 2 of wear, it'll all brush off and you'll be back to normal.

Awesome
post #4193 of 13375
Hmm their shirts are sized similar to Gitman?
post #4194 of 13375
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Originally Posted by rdgn123 View Post
dry clean

Dry cleaning is really more for oily stains, mud, and like really dirty stuff that could stain. Remember that dry cleaning uses a ridiculous amount of chemicals, and for me when i was my jeans I avoid all that; its the most basic wash with soap and water. You should be fine with the dust though man, just air them outside over night and you'll be good.
post #4195 of 13375
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Originally Posted by abcdenim View Post
Dry cleaning is really more for oily stains, mud, and like really dirty stuff that could stain. Remember that dry cleaning uses a ridiculous amount of chemicals, and for me when i was my jeans I avoid all that; its the most basic wash with soap and water. You should be fine with the dust though man, just air them outside over night and you'll be good.

If a super 150s worsted wool suit that costs $20k can be dry cleaned, I think maybe your 15oz. denim will be able to survive it too
post #4196 of 13375
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Originally Posted by linkinwayne View Post
If a super 150s worsted wool suit that costs $20k can be dry cleaned, I think maybe your 15oz. denim will be able to survive it too

for sure, i never said your denim couldn't. "Dry cleaning is really more for oily stains, mud, and like really dirty stuff that could stain," it's pretty unnecessary to dry clean for dust.. and personally i try to avoid a bunch of chemicals lol
post #4197 of 13375
There are organic dry cleaners in my area... gotta love CA.
post #4198 of 13375
I'm purchasing the Brown Canvas Slim Guys from PLNDR right now.. Should I buy TTS?
post #4199 of 13375
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I'm purchasing the Brown Canvas Slim Guys from PLNDR right now.. Should I buy TTS?

I have the Slim Guys in deep indigo (incidentally, if you're in the market for a pair that fits 29-30 check my sig) and I would say you should probably size down one. I don't know if the canvas ones will stretch as much as the raw denim, but the slim guys in my opinion tend to run about a size larger than tagged. I actually sized down two on mine. That said, I haven't tried the brown canvas, so I'm just assuming they're cut the same. If you can find measurements for the brown canvas specifically that would definitely be the most helpful.
post #4200 of 13375
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post
I have the Slim Guys in deep indigo (incidentally, if you're in the market for a pair that fits 29-30 check my sig) and I would say you should probably size down one. I don't know if the canvas ones will stretch as much as the raw denim, but the slim guys in my opinion tend to run about a size larger than tagged. I actually sized down two on mine. That said, I haven't tried the brown canvas, so I'm just assuming they're cut the same. If you can find measurements for the brown canvas specifically that would definitely be the most helpful.

Yeah I've been told that the raw indigo ones would stretch a lot, but I don't know about the brown canvas ones.
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