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post #1456 of 1606
yea i went pretty hard on them. cycling, hiking and working on cars. i didn't want to invest in fixing what originally was a crotch blow out that spreaded all the way to right under my ass, because it's pointless to me to put more money into repairing it than what i bought it for and for the back pocket tear was because i was carry a metal wallet in it for the longest time and it finally tore completely.
post #1457 of 1606
wow those look promising
post #1458 of 1606
I just got a pair of Standards in 32x32

They're pretty tight in the top block, hopefully they'll stretch out a bit.

Quality wise they're not bad considering I only paid $55 shipped for them. I think the denim feels a little bit lighter and cheaper than what they were using before the product line overhauled.
post #1459 of 1606
pic is a cple of weeks old the jeans are about 1.6years old and bout 4 washes, the pic dont do justice, they are a lot lighter irl
post #1460 of 1606
Got a pair of 34x34 skinny selvedge and 34x32 straight fit selvedge $60 shipped each
post #1461 of 1606
Better pic of the jeans. The color is a bit lighter but not by much.
post #1462 of 1606
dude please tell me thats an ipod fade in your right pocket
post #1463 of 1606
I've had mine since Jan and I must say they're pretty good beaters. The fit is somewhere in between 511-514, yet it's definitely a slim-straight cut. If these were tapered they'd be quite the purchase with coupon.
post #1464 of 1606
Can somebody tell me the front/back rise and leg opening measurements of the straight in a size 32x32 (or a 31 or 33 waist)?
post #1465 of 1606
@dan really nice fade. for some reason I'm jealous of the almost re-dipped dyed look. it's really unique. What shoes are you wearing?
post #1466 of 1606
I'm going to switch gears a bit here, but I recently bought some Italian-made 1st generation GAP 1969 Denim Jeans. I'm talking made in Italy, thick selvage denim. Can anyone give me some advice on what they thought of the jeans? Are they sanforized? What was the fit like etc? Your personal opinions? Thanks.
post #1467 of 1606
really regret returning these... will re-cop and get a petit standard like taper. As noted above the fades are just unique for these.
post #1468 of 1606
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Originally Posted by rdstour View Post

I'm going to switch gears a bit here, but I recently bought some Italian-made 1st generation GAP 1969 Denim Jeans. I'm talking made in Italy, thick selvage denim. Can anyone give me some advice on what they thought of the jeans? Are they sanforized? What was the fit like etc? Your personal opinions? Thanks.

Can anyone tell me more about the Original Gap 1969 Italian Jeans?
I know people on this forum have alluded to them before.
Thanks.
post #1469 of 1606
From what I was told by a gap rep, these raw selvage jeans will be replaced by a one wash selvage jean. I've actually seen these and obviously they will fade. I'll also add that the fit is identical to my RRL slim. I'd kop.
post #1470 of 1606
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Originally Posted by TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES View Post

From what I was told by a gap rep, these raw selvage jeans will be replaced by a one wash selvage jean. I've actually seen these and obviously they will fade. I'll also add that the fit is identical to my RRL slim. I'd kop.

I think these might be them:
http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=72037&vid=1&pid=869193

Tried a pair on. Fit is similar to the Straight Fit except with a slight taper at the leg.
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