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Pure Blue Japan (Denim) - Official Thread - Page 57post #842 of 12296/21/13 at 10:39pmpost #843 of 12296/24/13 at 5:59pmQuote:Originally Posted by El Argentino
Ummmm.... actual weartime on them is probably 11-12 months, with quite a few breaks. I bought them in March '11 I think. Haven't worn them in almost 9 months (working on Japan Blue 400s, and then right into the Momotaros).
I was surprised pulling these out again - the weight is so different in the fabric (it's far more broken in, but still) and despite the measurements in the top block being relatively similar to my 702s, I was just amazed at how differently they fit.
ello ello. how did you size in the PBJ compared with the 702s? How is the fit comparison. I thought the 007 was a more 702type fit?post #844 of 12296/26/13 at 5:38pmQuote:
In both the PBJ 007 and 009, I went -1 to a 33. Had to move on the 007s b/c thighs were so tight. 009s are still good.
In Momotaro 701/702 I've gone TTS, 34 and then subsequently +1, 36. Again, had to move on the 34s b/c of thighs, but the 36 momos are great.
So, PBJ 33 (larger cut), Momotaro (smaller cut) 36.post #845 of 12297/11/13 at 11:26ampost #846 of 12297/15/13 at 11:31ampost #847 of 12297/18/13 at 1:15pmpost #848 of 12297/18/13 at 1:42pmI have the 11s and I'm looking to buy the 13s. I think the 11s were a bit too slim for my post-soak.
Which leads me to consider getting the One Wash so I can stop stressing about shrinkage. Are the One Wash versions really soft and floppy? I kinda prefer my jeans to have some rigidity, esp when new.post #849 of 12297/18/13 at 1:52pm
I actually just bought the 13's second hand, and might buy some 11's the same way and sell the one I like less. Looking at them, I do like slub, but I like the fades of the 11's much more than 13's.
In any case, the 13's I bought (basically new) are one wash, so I'll let you know how they feel when they arrive.post #850 of 12297/29/13 at 10:53ampost #851 of 12297/29/13 at 11:45ampost #852 of 12297/30/13 at 6:37ampost #853 of 12297/30/13 at 7:59ampost #854 of 12297/30/13 at 10:08pmQuote:
PBJs, I find more and more, are very hard to size. FWIW, I have the 009 (similar to the 003, but w/ the deep indigo) and even after two years now I just washed them and they still shrunk further down. The seat and thigh are no longer baggy at all. Also though, I went -1 in sizing.Quote:
Completely onboard with you. I think a lot of the stretchyness of PBJ was overstated earlier in the thread. I would definitely go TTS in this brand, almost regardless of cut, and when in doubt, "size for thighs" (which I realize is difficult buying online, but y'know...)post #855 of 12297/31/13 at 10:09am
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