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ACNE MIC & MAX Jeans Fitting~

hsia007

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Never bought a pair of ACNE jeans, was wondering how tight fitting they are? I am 6ft2, 195 lbs: usually i would wear a regular 34x32 by Rag & Bones or Edwin.
 

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I'll be getting my Acne Mic Rigids in a matter of days. I'll let you know how they fit. In the mean time, their website describes ther MIC cuts as having a low waste and straight leg. They are a unisex jean, so I'm guessing they are on the slim side.
 

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Originally Posted by Stazy
I'll be getting my Acne Mic Rigids in a matter of days. I'll let you know how they fit. In the mean time, their website describes ther MIC cuts as having a low waste and straight leg. They are a unisex jean, so I'm guessing they are on the slim side.
Where did you order them from and how much? I called Denim bar recently and they didn't have any....
 

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I ordered them from the denim bar. They cost 158 with free shipping in USA. That's a crazy good deal. The Acne web site sells them for 140 Euros, shipping not included.
 

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Nice. In that case, they will probably be getting a call from me in the near future. A local store here had the mic rigid for $200, and I find it hard to justify that price when I can get AW's for $160.
 

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I've tried the max and mic fits. Max is skinny cut (like a 7" hem on 32 waist). Mic is slim, but not skinny (prolly about 8" on 32 waist). Fairly low rise too.

with BiG selling better quality japanese jeans with the same fit, it's hard to justify getting acne unless it's hella discounted
 

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Any common on Acne's low front rise and relatively high rise "features"?

I got a pair of Mod, it is one of the few pairs of grey jeans available in the market 2 yrs ago and I got it fo $50USD so can't complain.
 

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I have the Mic Ridgid, and I really like it, especially as a dressier jean. The fit is slim, but I'm not sure why they call it "unisex," as I can't imagine it being flattering on any female. Also, I'm not sure who decided to call it low-waisted, but I find these to be pretty high waisted. The fit isn't all that different from the ES Fulton, but slightly slimmer. It's a true straight leg, which I like.
 

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