3sixteen Denim Series, Bracelets, Shirts...

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kiya, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. madstaxbro

    madstaxbro Senior member

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    Maybe their wrists are too small for the bracelet.
    Unless you're talking about the little stud then I don't know just remove and replace on a different section.
     


  2. pseudonym

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    I have read a few posts from people who have the leather bracelets and complain of them falling off. Can anyone give me some opinions on this? I'm on the fence about buying one if there's a good chance it'll fall off. Any info is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    I think what most people complain about is that the metal part (might) fall off.

    I have a double strand, and I take it off at the end of the day. If you wear it 24/7 without taking it off, I doubt the bracelet will fall off.

    If you take it off like I do, it looks like it might. The metal part of mine hasn't, though.
     


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    Thanks for your replies. I appreciate the info
     


  4. PeterParker

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    I've had these jeans for two years now. This is what they look like.

    Enjoy.

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    The warp has been worn near the hem from cuffing. Some roping starting to show at the hem, but limited by a lack of tension in the chainstitch.
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    Broken inseam chainstitch where they were cuffed.
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    I found some details on the jeans that I didn't appreciate before. Tucked belt loops under the waistband.
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    The selvage outseam shows more pronounced fading on one half...
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    ...because it's chainstitched.
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    Nice photos PeterParker - I think your SL-100x's are the oldest jeans that we've seen around... all the way back from our first production lot. Great job.
     


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    SL-100x fresh out of the box. The details on these are excellent. I'll definitely be back for another pair! [​IMG]
     


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    Nice photos PeterParker - I think your SL-100x's are the oldest jeans that we've seen around... all the way back from our first production lot. Great job.

    Yes, nice job Peter Parker. Thanks for sharing.
     


  8. APK

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    I have read a few posts from people who have the leather bracelets and complain of them falling off. Can anyone give me some opinions on this? I'm on the fence about buying one if there's a good chance it'll fall off. Any info is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    On a side note, I just ordered a pair of SL-100x, can't wait to start breaking them in


    It doesn't easily fall off, but I found that mine was prone to coming undone since there's nothing really latching the metal stud in place. Wearing gloves also presented problems with regards to the wrap not coming undone.
     


  9. pseudonym

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    Which measurements for the ST-210 are correct? The measurements from the SelfEdge site or the 3sixteen site?

    For example, the LO for size 31 is 7.1" on SelfEdge, while it's 7.5" on 3sixteen's site.


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  11. SeanathonHuff

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    I too noticed some measurement discrepancies with the various 3sixteen listings, so I made this spreadsheet about my experience with the size 32 SL-100x I received in the mail today (straight leg, NOT slim straight). I've measured the thigh perpendicular to the outseam, shifting the ruler at various points along the inseam. Using this method to work backwards, it appears as though Self Edge measures the thigh ~2" down the inseam while 3sixteen measures the thigh ~1" down the inseam. I hope this helped. Now, to try on my jeans! [​IMG]
     


  12. kiya

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  13. SeanathonHuff

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  14. kiya

    kiya Brand Representative Affiliate Vendor

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    I love you Kiya!

    Wait, you changed the size chart!
    My post makes no sense now.. [​IMG]
     


  15. SeanathonHuff

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    Fine, I'll change it back! You better have some size 33 Straight Leg RJBs in stock this september, though... [​IMG] Fit pics.. I don't walk around with my shirt tucked in, FYI, cause I think this look is slightly unflattering! These should stretch (the little that they do) nicely. (pics later)
     


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