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post #9856 of 13226
i like them, they fit me perfectly.

i sized up because weird guy is too tight when i tts with it, so they look like as if i bought them and went to a tailor and asked them to taper them.

i washed and put them in the dryer because i dont want these to get faded like denim. i wore them in july during my trip to greece and it gets super hot there so they were great for the weather.

you can dress them up and dress them down, really solid pair of pants.

i posted pics before but here they are if you are curious to see what they look like in action

post #9857 of 13226
i do kinda wish they were regular rise though
post #9858 of 13226
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Originally Posted by Brckt0p View Post

I'm a true waist 34" (from measuring the waist of 3 pairs of jeans) does that mean I should grab a size 31 in N&F weird guy? I'm looking at the 13 oz. indigo selvedge. 

 

bumpa

post #9859 of 13226
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bumpa

its like you dont even read my posts
post #9860 of 13226
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Originally Posted by cb_32 View Post


its like you dont even read my posts

 

Basically it seems like you bought a pair that was too large then had them tailored to fit you? This isn't what I'm planning on doing with my jeans. I just wanted to make sure I was buying the right waist size and wanted to know if it was a straight or tapered cut. From a previous post, I now know it isn't a straight cut but more of a "natural" taper. This sounds good to me although it doesn't help with the waist sizing.

 

Also, I'm not the memeber grasp and I'm not purchasing a heavy weight denim (in case you got us two confused, we have the same avatar), I'm purchasing a lighter 13 oz pair

 

I wanted to make sure I was grabbing the right waist size. My true waist is 34" which if I'm not mistaken means a size 32 will fit me off the rack (due to vanity sizing) but I wanted to see if people recommend sizing down to a size 31 to deal with stretch or if I got that all screwed up. N&F does use vanity sizing correct?

post #9861 of 13226
i was saying that they fit as if i got them custom tailored. i never actually got them tailored. the weird guy fit is tight when you go true to size but they stretch with wear so order accordingly.
post #9862 of 13226

shouldnt you be holding a ps3?

 

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Originally Posted by cb_32 View Post

i like them, they fit me perfectly.
i sized up because weird guy is too tight when i tts with it, so they look like as if i bought them and went to a tailor and asked them to taper them.
i washed and put them in the dryer because i dont want these to get faded like denim. i wore them in july during my trip to greece and it gets super hot there so they were great for the weather.
you can dress them up and dress them down, really solid pair of pants.
i posted pics before but here they are if you are curious to see what they look like in action
post #9863 of 13226
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Originally Posted by Bussit View Post


anyone have details?
post #9864 of 13226
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Originally Posted by Brckt0p View Post

 

Basically it seems like you bought a pair that was too large then had them tailored to fit you? This isn't what I'm planning on doing with my jeans. I just wanted to make sure I was buying the right waist size and wanted to know if it was a straight or tapered cut. From a previous post, I now know it isn't a straight cut but more of a "natural" taper. This sounds good to me although it doesn't help with the waist sizing.

 

Also, I'm not the memeber grasp and I'm not purchasing a heavy weight denim (in case you got us two confused, we have the same avatar), I'm purchasing a lighter 13 oz pair

 

I wanted to make sure I was grabbing the right waist size. My true waist is 34" which if I'm not mistaken means a size 32 will fit me off the rack (due to vanity sizing) but I wanted to see if people recommend sizing down to a size 31 to deal with stretch or if I got that all screwed up. N&F does use vanity sizing correct?

 

 

I have the jeans you are considering in size 30.  with the waist lined up and pulled straight it measures 17.5 inches.  if my public school math is correct, this means the waist is 35 inches.  this makes sense cause i have a 33 inch waist and they hang off my ass without a belt.  other than that, the super low rise is my only complaint.  I certainly wouldn't buy another size smaller.

 

i would suggest buying a tape measure and actually measuring yourself before deciding on a size.  from the info you gave us, i would probably say 30 or 31 would work.

 

also, if you want some dope fadeszz those jeans are gonna take more work than a pair of APCs or some of the other NF fabrics.  they are really soft and comfy though even without wash... which also means the creases don't set in as deep (i think).


Edited by digga - 9/3/12 at 10:54pm
post #9865 of 13226
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post


anyone have details?

according to this: http://www.solifestyle.com/2012/08/naked-famous-ss-2013-denim-collection.html

 

they will be out for SS13 

post #9866 of 13226
thanks brah
post #9867 of 13226

Considering a pair of Elephant 2's. From what I've read these don't stretch? My question is, If I buy TTS and wash after 6-7 months of wear, will they be unwearable?
 

post #9868 of 13226
not sure what you mean, are you afraid the washing or not washing is going to ruin them?

Whatever you do, make sure your thighs are comfortable.
post #9869 of 13226

Double, What fit are you referring to? Skinny Guy TTS. Wg I'd still at least down size 1. They will stretch but it'll take a while. My thighs on mine stretch some. Don't know how much but I don't wear them since I hate the fit

post #9870 of 13226
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anyone have details?

 

who the hell is gonna cuff it up like 7 inches so you can see the entire girl?

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