Amount of Stretch in Thin Finns

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  1. Michael1981

    Michael1981 Senior member

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    Was looking through past threads and could not find specific answer.

    I currently own a RRDS and sized down 1 size and after 4 months wear the jeans are loose on me.

    Was wondering if anyone here who owns Dry Finns could comment on amount of stretch to expect. Especially given the fact it is a stretch denim.

    Best place I've found is off revolve with the 30 off...anyone know of anywhere I can get it cheaper?

    Thanks!
     


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    I own 2 pairs of Thin Finns. I bought them my waist size (32), which is like sizing up 1 since i have a 31 waist and could even wear 30s but since they werent that tight on my waist to begin with, they havent stretched noticeably at all. I'd imagine that if you size down too much they might look like denim leggings. My recommendation is you should go with whatever your waist is minus one.
     


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    I just got a pair of the Dry Comfort Thin Finns. My waist size is alittle over 29, and I bought a size 28. Mine fit alittle tight but not to tight. They do stretch out, but they seem to return to size after you wear them.
     


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