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ACNE mic rigid vs. APN NS.

maltess

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Hello to everybody,


I was looking for a raw pair not to expensive and came to these two, they are about the same preice and I dont have previous experience with them, never saw them in person either. Could you tell me which one would a better buy in terms of quality?

Thanks a lot for your help and kind regards
 

Nopike343

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They are really different jeans, The NS are low back rise (14") and tapered with button fly, while the Acne Mics are a 16" BR more of a straight leg and zip fly. Both are good quailty. I've had both and personally perfer the Acne Mics.
 

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both of those are actually in my current rotation. i prefer the acne mic's for "dressier" occasions, while i wear the apc's for the daily grind. in case you were wondering about sizing, i wear the mic's in 29 and the ns' in 27 and they fit perfectly
 

KitAkira

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We have a jeans thread stickied for this.
 

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