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post #961 of 13367
Those look awesome, gwydion. How long did those fades take? I had the same kind and they didn't fade much at all in a few months, but they're for sale now.
post #962 of 13367
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Originally Posted by jaychiz View Post
worn for how long and washed/soaked? hemmed i believe? i wish mine would wear like that but i don't think i sized down my numerous pairs enough
I didn't size down from my regular size(29). And yeah, hemmed. I've washed it once and soaked it once as well. I wore it every couple of days for 2-3 months and have been wearing it pretty much everyday for the last 5. Thanks van. I didn't get any real fading until maybe March. The wash definitely helped.
post #963 of 13367
Just FYI, I purchased one of those N&F thick belts and really liked the belt except that it was a natural leather, very pale almost pink color to start. I was thinking how can I darken it, tried some oils with just a little success. I came upon a suggestion that is to leave it in the sun, it will tan jsut like your skin. So I left it for a couple of days near a window and sure enough it is getting a nice and tan color. I would expect this to work for anyone who wants natural leather to darken.
post #964 of 13367
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Originally Posted by Nopike343 View Post
Just FYI, I purchased one of those N&F thick belts and really liked the belt except that it was a natural leather, very pale almost pink color to start. I was thinking how can I darken it, tried some oils with just a little success. I came upon a suggestion that is to leave it in the sun, it will tan jsut like your skin. So I left it for a couple of days near a window and sure enough it is getting a nice and tan color. I would expect this to work for anyone who wants natural leather to darken.

pics of post tanning please, i have the same belt but was hoping to see some colour results before doing so
post #965 of 13367
Sorry I'm one of few people without a digital camera. Although most photos I see do not represent color very accurately. I left mine on a window ledge for a couple of days, not even in direct sunlight. It's coming along very nice.

The tanning is fairly gradual, you can discontinue when you like the color. If you leave it outside in direct sun it will probaly tan a lot faster.
post #966 of 13367
are there any pictures of unwashed or washed vintage blue weird guys with fades? i'm not sure whether mine are ready to go for a swim or not
post #967 of 13367
how does the seat fit on the slim cut? is it like levi's 'anti-fit' fit?

i'd prefer denim that's more snug on my buttt.
post #968 of 13367
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Originally Posted by jaychiz View Post
are there any pictures of unwashed or washed vintage blue weird guys with fades? i'm not sure whether mine are ready to go for a swim or not

Ive had mine for 1.5 years and washed them a bunch of times. I'll post some pics when I get a chance.
post #969 of 13367
I posted these earlier in the thread, I think this was after 5 months, 1 wash There was some fading but the light blue denim and direct sunlight made it less noticeable. Will post pics of what they look like now maybe tomorrow.
post #970 of 13367
Is it just me or do SlimGuy's not get as much loving as Skinnys and Weirds? Also, I'm about a 30 or 31 in regular old non-raw jeans, what should I get for SlimGuys?
post #971 of 13367
Took a chance on weird guys as my waist got too big for my 501 stfs. These are quite a bit slimmer in the leg, unsure.
post #972 of 13367
You would appear to have the build that WG's are cut for as you actually fill the dimensions.
post #973 of 13367
They look good
post #974 of 13367
Anyone happen to know what the hem measures on a pair of WeirdGuy once tailored to a 32 inch inseam?
post #975 of 13367
What kind of body are the weird guys cut for? Big butt & thighs but skinny legs?
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