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post #4756 of 13369
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Originally Posted by AirRayAllen20 View Post
anybody have the style # for the skinny guys in Nep at Barneys?

They were sold out online within a few hours and in store in about two days just fyi they are most likely gone everywhere.
post #4757 of 13369
Nevermind guys. I was actually able to call the barneys on Madison in NY and i was able to phone order the neps and and the momotaros. in 32s
post #4758 of 13369
so online stock doesn't equate to in store stock?
post #4759 of 13369
I guess not, i called a Barneys co-op store in NYC and they didn't have my size so i asked if they would be able to check another store that has them. I called the other store and asked them to transfer me to the men's denim department and i was able to phone order them in my size. You just need the style # from their online store. I hope that helps.
post #4760 of 13369
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Originally Posted by Kitler View Post
Does anyone know when 33s are going to be restocked?

http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...o&CONFIG002=34

About July 5th. Call me tomorrow, I might be able to get one shipped direct.
post #4761 of 13369
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post
NF x Momos. Pre-Soak, pre-hem pre-everything. Not sure if i want to keep.




Thoughts?

is it me or do the pockets on those look very uneven? Might be the way you're standing but looks like the distance between the edge of the pockets to the top button looks way off
post #4762 of 13369
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
gn's going to hate me for saying this...but you should try cutting leg gym work out my man. your thighs look huge there and I know you work out, so it's not a "bad" huge, but my noob eye tells me you'd look better in your clothes with smaller thighs. just pick up running or something for leg work.

Maybe SG cut is just not for him, Weird Guys might look better
post #4763 of 13369
If Im APC Petit standard in size 30, what should I go for in the weird guy chinos? 30 or 31 ? http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7995700
post #4764 of 13369
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Originally Posted by linkinwayne View Post
Maybe SG cut is just not for him, Weird Guys might look better

I guess I should've put a couple of caveats in my post:

Yes i have big thighs (24" on my 5'6" frame). I feel like an intense taper (like the WG) would look really silly, so I prefer a slim/taper (like APC NS--which, if i returned these, is what i'd get.). I also like a wider than usual waist--I have trouble with shirts fitting "perfectly" so a little more leeway in the waist means less of a sharp contrast when I tuck in shirts (even ones i've had taken in billow out at least a little bit).

That being said, I want to make sure the overall effect looks okay, or just silly. Looking at the pictures, I personally like it, but I figure i'd make sure nobody was like
post #4765 of 13369
Hey guys
i just got a pair of N&F momotaro japan x canada collab from barneys for really good price
I was wondering if the waist will stretch
i got size 29 and i have very hard time buttoning top 2. i can button them but its really tight
idk if i should get 30. i was worried that if i got 30 then the jeans will stretch out.
what do you think?

(my apc is size 28 but when i got them i had hard time buttoning the top one)
post #4766 of 13369
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Originally Posted by bkim0501 View Post
Hey guys
i just got a pair of N&F momotaro japan x canada collab from barneys for really good price
I was wondering if the waist will stretch
i got size 29 and i have very hard time buttoning top 2. i can button them but its really tight
idk if i should get 30. i was worried that if i got 30 then the jeans will stretch out.
what do you think?

(my apc is size 28 but when i got them i had hard time buttoning the top one)

If you can button them up, they will stretch. If you still think they're too tight maybe try soaking them and putting them on when they're still wet!
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post
I guess I should've put a couple of caveats in my post:

Yes i have big thighs (24" on my 5'6" frame). I feel like an intense taper (like the WG) would look really silly, so I prefer a slim/taper (like APC NS--which, if i returned these, is what i'd get.). I also like a wider than usual waist--I have trouble with shirts fitting "perfectly" so a little more leeway in the waist means less of a sharp contrast when I tuck in shirts (even ones i've had taken in billow out at least a little bit).

That being said, I want to make sure the overall effect looks okay, or just silly. Looking at the pictures, I personally like it, but I figure i'd make sure nobody was like

I've got tree trunk thighs and found the WG cut (after stretching) is the best fitting pair of denim I have (I actually prefer it over APC NS). I don't like/can't size down like other people do, so having a comfortable fit and avoiding the sausage casing look in the legs means the waist in my jeans is always a bit looser. No biggie for me, thats what belts are for.

So dont be too worried about the more significant taper compared to the NS.
post #4769 of 13369
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post
I guess I should've put a couple of caveats in my post:

Yes i have big thighs (24" on my 5'6" frame). I feel like an intense taper (like the WG) would look really silly, so I prefer a slim/taper (like APC NS--which, if i returned these, is what i'd get.). I also like a wider than usual waist--I have trouble with shirts fitting "perfectly" so a little more leeway in the waist means less of a sharp contrast when I tuck in shirts (even ones i've had taken in billow out at least a little bit).

That being said, I want to make sure the overall effect looks okay, or just silly. Looking at the pictures, I personally like it, but I figure i'd make sure nobody was like


If you're worried about looking silly, please return these. Weird Guy would have the opposite effect, they would fit you correctly in the thighs, and have a slim leg. What you are effectively wearing right now is much closer to APC PS, not NS. If you don't want a taper, get Slim Guy. if you want a Skinny fit, your frame requires Weird Guy. That is why the Weird Guy cut is made...so that dudes with big thighs can have a skinny fit without painted on thighs and a flare. Believe it or not, this is what you have now. Trust me, I have these, I wear Skinny Guy, and this is not how they are supposed to fit. You also do not need to soak sanforized denim. For your own sanity return these. If you want Momotaro Denim buy some Momo's. One of the main appeals of this collab was that they were in a Skinny Guy cut, which, until recently, was unheard of from Momo. Not trying to sound too harsh, but looking out for you. These need to go. Weird Guy worn correctly fixes the problem men with big thighs have in trying to wear Skinny Denim.
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Tenue de Nîmes x Naked & Famous Collab AcquireMag.com
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Denim specialists Naked & Famous team up with Tenue de Nîmes on a limited run ($312) of 24 pairs of 13oz, rope-dyed army repro denim jeans. The mid-green dye color was inspired by a collection of WW2 fabrics and have pockets made from a material called "Crusader", which is a rip-stop twill normally used in shell jackets worn by the military and firefighters.
Tenue de Nîmes
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We have teamed up with the denim-heads at Naked and Famous for a limited run of 24 pairs of jeans in a 13oz green, rope-dyed army repro denim. With admirable attention to detail, a team of people have gone all out on this project. Specific attention has been paid to matching the shade of green perfectly. The mid-green color proved a particular challenge since the dye is very unstable, but the hard work has paid off, giving us a beautiful and truly inspired color. The production manager of the mill is obsessed with vintage army materials. He has a jaw-dropping collection of old WW2 army fabrics such as uniforms, tents, tarps, bags from which the color for the warp of this particular denim was chosen. The pocket lining is made from a fabric called 'Crusader' and is made in Montreal. It is a rip-stop twill that is usually reserved for the shell of jackets worn by firefighters and military personnel. The duo logo leather patch is made from a 10oz thick natural veggie tanned bridal leather, most often used to make horse saddles. Every single pair is hand-numbered, signed and shipped in a custom carrier bag with denim belt-loop fastening. Made in Canada. Limited to 24 pairs.
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