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Evisu Jeans images... nice fit?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Urbatect, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. j

    j Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I'll go with the slimfit ones. I like them more by the minute...

    Evisu?

    How do you want them to fit? If it were me, I'd probably go down a size in the slim fit ones.
     
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    j:

    The one fit problem I have is that they are a bit big in the groin area (not to imply that I'm not well equipped). The waist is pretty much perfect, I suppose It can go down another centimeter, but thats it. Length is also perfect. I'm thinking about trying some hot water shrinking of that area to correct that last small problem...
     
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    The obvious solution is to pee in your pants.
     
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    j: The one fit problem I have is that they are a bit big in the groin area (not to imply that I'm not well equipped). The waist is pretty much perfect, I suppose It can go down another centimeter, but thats it. Length is also perfect. I'm thinking about trying some hot water shrinking of that area to correct that last small problem...
    The waist will stretch on a smaller pair. It's up to you - if you like them, cool. I would want them tighter than those look. Just me.
     
  6. Urbatect

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    tangerine:

    Yes, that would also go well with the rule that you never should take your jeans off. I suppose its good for getting that popular yellowish nuance too.
     
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    Weird, why does the cardboard tag on the first pic say EVISCU?

    Thought maybe this was the Romanian version...[​IMG]
     
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    that is truly funny. and scary. ha ha ha ha ha! AAAH!!! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  11. Urbatect

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    j:

    How much can a pair of jeans stretch in the waist? If they can stretch ~3 centimeters or ~one inch that might make them perfect as the same length is available.
     
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    j:

    How much can a pair of jeans stretch in the waist? If they can stretch ~3 centimeters or ~one inch that might make them perfect as the same length is available.


    Urba, you'll be surprised. If you wear them without washing for long periods of time, you can expect at *least* an inch of stretching in the waist.

    Do note, however, that it will be a little painful to wear them for the first day, simply because the fabric needs time to stretch out.
     

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