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does anyone know of any faded pics on the regular selvedge indigos? preferably in the weird guy cut but I guess that doesn't matter too much. I tried googling but haven't found anything except deep indigos and ellephants. thanks

post #9962 of 13341

These maybe my next 6 month jeans.

 

 

 

post #9963 of 13341

I've owned those reverse fades for about four months, only worn them ~2 weeks overall though. They fade to the blue really fast, and I love the way it looks. Can't imagine how awesome they'd be with 6 months of wear!

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I've owned those reverse fades for about four months, only worn them ~2 weeks overall though. They fade to the blue really fast, and I love the way it looks. Can't imagine how awesome they'd be with 6 months of wear!

I guess I have to do it then. I just bought the Low Tension jeans in hopes of wearing the shit out of them, but I don't think Reverse Fade got much love. I guess cause there white and plasticy.  

post #9965 of 13341
I still have my reverse fades. I've probably worn them 6 times. They are gross as hell with that resin crap on them. They don't breathe at all so you can't wear them in the summer, which is when I want to wear white pants. I bought them on that barney's sale and if I had seen and felt them in person there is no way I would have bought them.
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I still have my reverse fades. I've probably worn them 6 times. They are gross as hell with that resin crap on them. They don't breathe at all so you can't wear them in the summer, which is when I want to wear white pants. I bought them on that barney's sale and if I had seen and felt them in person there is no way I would have bought them.

Which is all the more reason to do this. Torcher myself. 

post #9967 of 13341

and youre clearly wearing them into winter right now so the breathability doesnt matter as much

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and youre clearly wearing them into winter right now so the breathability doesnt matter as much

Winter in Houston? It starts to get cool around the end of October and warms back up in Mid March. I may only wear these four 5 months. I just went to the store for groceries and I am a sweat bomb, and I didn't wear a shirt either.

post #9969 of 13341

I'd like something much lighter in colour than my Broken Twills for my next pair so I'm looking at the Left Hand Twills. Is there any chance that somebody who has both could either describe the colour difference or post a comparison pic?

post #9970 of 13341
I ripped my patch off my deep indigos :/ well at least half of them.
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I ripped my patch off my deep indigos :/ well at least half of them.

Please explain what you mean squire. "Half of them" of what is them?

post #9972 of 13341

Here is a great way to screw up your pants. What a waste.

 

 

http://www.socialclub19.com/2012/09/denim-specialists-demos-how-to-add.html

post #9973 of 13341
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Originally Posted by J BAILEY View Post

I'd like something much lighter in colour than my Broken Twills for my next pair so I'm looking at the Left Hand Twills. Is there any chance that somebody who has both could either describe the colour difference or post a comparison pic?

These are pretty close in color, the difference in fabric being the way the twill is laid. Why not look at N&F's website or blue owls... Or a google search or search the last few pages of the thread where Jay-d from Blue owl posted tons of photos of the new N&D coming out over the next 12 months. 

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Here is a great way to screw up your pants. What a waste.

 

 

http://www.socialclub19.com/2012/09/denim-specialists-demos-how-to-add.html

This is pretty much what companies do to the high end jeans (washed/processed jeans) before they sell them. If all you do is sit on your ass all day tea bagging yourself I guess this would work. 

I prefer mine super dark for the first few months while I break them in. But hey what do I know. 

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and youre clearly wearing them into winter right now so the breathability doesnt matter as much
Winter in Houston? It starts to get cool around the end of October and warms back up in Mid March. I may only wear these four 5 months. I just went to the store for groceries and I am a sweat bomb, and I didn't wear a shirt either.

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