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indi custom jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by insOma, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. insOma

    insOma Member

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    Does anyone have experience with indi jeans? Its one of those 'make-your-own-jeans' websites, and it looks like they have pretty nice stuff.

    Any opinions?
     
  2. TransparentCranium

    TransparentCranium Well-Known Member

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  3. Smells Like Poor

    Smells Like Poor Well-Known Member

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    Carpenter jeans and your initials on the back pocket for $145? You can't beat that.
     
  4. Doctor Quack

    Doctor Quack Well-Known Member

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    Where else can the 7'5" man get his 28x40 jeanz?

    Joking aside, the jeans don't seem particularly special, though it's nice that they give you the option to not have all those "enhancements" found on many jeans today. I'd wonder, though, what they consider a person's "perfect" fit.

    Also, I found this question on their FAQs page amusing:

     
  5. gladhands

    gladhands Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone actually used them? There's a groupon deal for 85 going on right now.
     

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