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Almost affraid to ask, but opinions on these 7s?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by DGP, Jul 19, 2006.

  1. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    DGP, everyone has sevens here.
     
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    DGP, everyone has sevens here.

    I second that. I've got a pair of bootcut that I bought a few years ago, right around the time I thought "They make decent-cut denim for dudes?"
     
  3. DGP

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    Well, I went to UO to try them today for size. However, they are 98% cotton, 2% lycra, which I HATE, HATE, HATE, they feel like girl pants. So I passed. BTW, the PDC 3yr that they are selling are the SLM, I tried them and they actually fit pretty well. Too bad the quality has gone down so much.
     
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    Well, I went to UO to try them today for size. However, they are 98% cotton, 2% lycra, which I HATE, HATE, HATE, they feel like girl pants. So I passed. BTW, the PDC 3yr that they are selling are the SLM, I tried them and they actually fit pretty well. Too bad the quality has gone down so much.


    Hearing that, I now am going to talk to my parents about ording a pair. Thanks DGP.
     
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    cultpop 0217 Well-Known Member

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    DGP, everyone has sevens here.

    are you being sarcastic?

    because i don't own any sevens nor have i ever. it is likely i never will.
     
  6. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    Are you being serious?
     
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    Well, I went to UO to try them today for size. However, they are 98% cotton, 2% lycra, which I HATE, HATE, HATE, they feel like girl pants. So I passed. BTW, the PDC 3yr that they are selling are the SLM, I tried them and they actually fit pretty well. Too bad the quality has gone down so much.

    Yeah, that combo is definitely not for everyone. Are you sure all of them were 2% lycra? I've seen that cut/wash in 98% cotton 2% lycra, 98% cotton 2% poly, and 100% cotton. Mine is the 2% poly and I rather like it.
     
  8. DGP

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    Yeah, that combo is definitely not for everyone. Are you sure all of them were 2% lycra? I've seen that cut/wash in 98% cotton 2% lycra, 98% cotton 2% poly, and 100% cotton. Mine is the 2% poly and I rather like it.


    I am assuming that they were all the same, if they were in teh same store, but maybe not. Anyways, I'd rather have a different, better made pair of jeans, I just wanted to give those a try because when I was into heavy distressing and more flared legs, 7s bootcuts worked well for me, so I figured their straight leg, washless jean might fit the bill now. I will keep my eye open when I'm at other stores though.
     

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