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post #586 of 1606
There are no back pocket "designs", per se. The line across the back pockets is a stitch because the back pocket is partially lined.
post #587 of 1606
i haven't seen any other models in person other than the authentic bucklebacks i have. thinking about a regular authentic or straight pair. do they all come with that 1" cuff on the hem?
post #588 of 1606
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Originally Posted by cancel.sing View Post
There are no back pocket "designs", per se. The line across the back pockets is a stitch because the back pocket is partially lined.

wow, didn't even notice the lining at the bottom of the pockets. nice. i like the seamlessness of the selvage back pocket opening but it does seem a little over the top at the same time. like my ass is advertising to everyone 'HEY LOOK! WE USED SELVAGE!'
post #589 of 1606
Where did you buy those chentwoten?
post #590 of 1606
Im dieing to buy the Skinny Selvage denim from Gap.. There are no size available in the website anymore, they only got size 36 or 38... T.T

Do anyone know where can I get these jeans from, other than the Gap website??

Why Gap does not produce these sought after jeans anymore?!!!
post #591 of 1606
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Where did you buy those chentwoten?

gap bay st., emeryville.
post #592 of 1606
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Originally Posted by chentwoten View Post
So a couple weeks back i picked up the authentic buckle back selvage 34x32 because thats the only rigid selvage they had in my size (used my 40% off coupon). And about a week ago i picked up two free gap jean coupons from a dude for 15 each (the coupons were for a giveaway where you could win jeans, or money, etc).

Went back to gap today and picked up two more rigid selvages in 34x32.. i gotta say - love the straight fit. The authentic is nice because it really does mirror the 501 fit a lot and its real comfy, but the straight fit is a lil more fitting and less baggy so to speak (not that the authentic cut is baggy at all, just compared to one other).

I also noticed that with my buckleback authentics they have a selvage line on top of the back pockets as well as the rear belt loop, however the non-buckleback authentics only have one line across the back pocket like regular gap denim and the non-buckleback straights (not sure if they do have buckleback in straight..?) have no back pocket design (which i prefer). I'm excited to see how these jeans turn out, probably going to put the new authentic pickup in the closet and wear in on the other two pairs.

I picked up a pair of Authentic fits last night and they are NICE. Really, really nice, especially at under $100 all in.

Should I treat these like people treat the $300 jeans, aka not wash them for the first 6 months? Or is this a different type of jean?
post #593 of 1606
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Originally Posted by b7ff View Post
Im dieing to buy the Skinny Selvage denim from Gap.. There are no size available in the website anymore, they only got size 36 or 38... T.T

Do anyone know where can I get these jeans from, other than the Gap website??

Why Gap does not produce these sought after jeans anymore?!!!

got mine at the nyc herald square gap store. will have pics eventually. be warned -- the new skinny fit is not the "elevated skinny" as before, and has a lower rise similar to the RRL slim fit. the denim is more rigid and of a better quality as well.
post #594 of 1606
Can anyone give me an idea on how gap t-shirts size up against ones from j crew?
post #595 of 1606
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post #596 of 1606
skinnies, tts (already stretched a considerable amount) might throw these in the wash sooner rather than later:



post #597 of 1606
^^what kind of sneakers are those?
post #598 of 1606
stefan janoskis.
post #599 of 1606
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skinnies, tts (already stretched a considerable amount) might throw these in the wash sooner rather than later:


Warm or hot water to prevent stretching?
post #600 of 1606
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Warm or hot water to prevent stretching?

neither.
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