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post #121 of 295
I got some. Pockets don't seem to want to stretch much though. Thighs a little, top block in general a little. Waist was where most of the stretching happened though.
post #122 of 295
here's my fit on the on looser side of slim, sized true and hemmed exact [after hot soaked x2] to be worn without stacks/cuff__ for a change.

post #123 of 295
^^ that looks perfect for something nice and clean
post #124 of 295
Could somebody who wears around a size 30 in the 5010's post a side fit pic for me (similar to the one above)? I know that's an odd request, but since I have no chance of trying these on before buying, I want to be sure about the fit.
post #125 of 295
the perfect ones are in this thread. look at all those jeans. they are so very wonderful. i like the skull jeans.
post #126 of 295
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Could somebody who wears around a size 30 in the 5010's post a side fit pic for me (similar to the one above)? I know that's an odd request, but since I have no chance of trying these on before buying, I want to be sure about the fit.
wish it's that simple. ppl are built differently. best route is to check & compare measurements to yours. but, if it's to any consolation, sizing on this particular cut/model is 1 of the easisest to figure out, if you like the look & fit. the top block is quite protean and pliable once the fabric softens up. some [on the waif side] even dare to size down beyond 1.
post #127 of 295
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Originally Posted by cancel.sing View Post
Could somebody who wears around a size 30 in the 5010's post a side fit pic for me (similar to the one above)? I know that's an odd request, but since I have no chance of trying these on before buying, I want to be sure about the fit.

I have a 30 that has three days of wear. Top block is exceptionally snug, but I'm already seeing it loosen. Waist is true to measured size as stated on websites.

I'll try and get a picture today if I can.
post #128 of 295
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wish it's that simple. ppl are built differently. best route is to check & compare measurements to yours. but, if it's to any consolation, sizing on this particular cut/model is 1 of the easisest to figure out, if you like the look & fit. the top block is quite protean and pliable once the fabric softens up. some [on the waif side] even dare to size down beyond 1.
The build of the person hardly matters as far as the side profile of the leg from the knee down is concerned. That's the reason for my request; I'm aware of the differences in builds. Also, kiya (along with many others) has consistently suggested that people order TTS, while some people suggest sizing down. I wouldn't say that's one of the easiest sizing issues to sort out.
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I have a 30 that has three days of wear. Top block is exceptionally snug, but I'm already seeing it loosen. Waist is true to measured size as stated on websites.

I'll try and get a picture today if I can.
Thanks a lot, I appreciate it. Do you normally wear a 30, or did you size down?
post #129 of 295
If you size down and aren't a waif then prepare for 2 months of pain.
post #130 of 295
now this is going to be beating a dead horse... but are these sized what they are actually tagged...f or example i wear

36 in nudie AJDH
35 in apc
34 in jean shop classic

would I really need a 38 in these or would it be more like a 36?... my average jean size

I just ask becasue it seems very few jeans actually run what they are really tagged.
post #131 of 295
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now this is going to be beating a dead horse... but are these sized what they are actually tagged...f or example i wear 36 in nudie AJDH 35 in apc 34 in jean shop classic would I really need a 38 in these or would it be more like a 36?... my average jean size I just ask becasue it seems very few jeans actually run what they are really tagged.
those are "vanity" sized. most raw jap jeans are [sized] shrink to tagged or shrink from tagged.
post #132 of 295
so i would need my true waist size.

and from what ive read the stretch is minimal.
post #133 of 295
Mine stretched like an inch or two but it depends on how tight they are on you to begin with.
post #134 of 295
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so i would need my true waist size and from what ive read the stretch is minimal.
stretches back out to raw measurement on waist... even beyond is a possibility once they're more pliable from wear. edit: if you're able to button up a tagged W36 [w/c are 37.5" raw] , then you're good.
post #135 of 295
I measured mine now at the waist. Forgot what they started at, but my tagged 29 are now at 32.5"
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