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Civiliannaire 13.5 oz Japanese denim

These were purchased from another user on here and never worn or touched since. They don't fit me, unfortunately. Been too lazy to list them. I'm going to paste the original posting since it's better than I can do, and still 100% accurate:

Bored of all that dark denim? Mix it up with some lighter colors like these light blue raws from denim specialist Civiliannaire. Made with high quality 13.5oz denim from Japan. This pair is very lightly worn (maybe 8 times?), just starting to fade. These should fade pretty quickly. Never touched water, still raw.

Size is 28 but Civiliannaire fits very large.. these are like a 29 in most raw denim brands. This pair has a custom length 36" inseam (+$50) for some stacking, although you can always get 'em hemmed.

Waist: 15"
Leg opening: 7.5"
Knee: 8.5"
Thigh: 11"
Rise: 10"
Inseam: 36"

These usually retail for $235 (+$50 for long inseam). Selling for $65 shipped in CONUS.

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