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3sixteen SL-100x - Tagged 34 - $220 retail

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by deaddog, Dec 14, 2012.

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  1. deaddog

    deaddog Senior Member

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    Picked these up having been told they were a 36 but not a chance. Tagged 34 and would fit a true 34 through the top block (but, apparently, not a fat-ass true 36). I'm told they were barely worn and they look great - no fading, could pass for new.

    BIG measurements

    Waist - 17.5
    Rise - 10.75
    Thigh - 12.5
    Knee - 9
    Cuff - 8.5
    Inseam - 34

    $50 including CONUS shipping via UPS

    Here is the schtick from the manufacturer:

    SL-100x (Straight Leg) - Raw Indigo Selvedge


    The SL-100x jean features our flagship 14.5 oz. raw indigo selvedge denim, which is custom woven exclusively for 3sixteen by Kuroki Mill in Okayama, Japan. Our SL cut is a modern slim, straight fit that features a slight taper from the knee down. Embellishments include custom gunmetal shanks and rivets, selvedge fly and coin pocket detailing, and a heavyweight natural tan leather patch by Tanner Goods. Made in USA.

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