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Ande Whall Denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by knucks, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. wmmk

    wmmk Senior member

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    he should be able to offer his jeans at a lower price than APC if they were indeed equal.

    I am familiar with APC and AW and the obvious gap in quality. I don't need Teger to educate me on the differences.

    lol, wut?
     
  2. whacked

    whacked Senior member

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    I hope xchen is just as drunk as teger. This whole conversation is retarded.
     
  3. xchen

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    In his drunkenness one of his posts didn't really read very clearly. He cleared it up later on so I guess those are out of context.
     
  4. Mushroom77

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    Getting away from the bickering, a question: Is it possible to order in NZ dollars, then get a pair shipped to Aust?
     
  5. TheNeal

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    What inseam would be best for a tall skinny dude, who usually wears about a 36'' inseam. I'm looking at getting a pair of the grifters. I was originally thinking of getting the 38'' inseam because of inseam shrinkage. But I was wondering about maybe paying extra for a longer inseam like 40'' . I don't know if they would look good cuffed or not, or if they would stack nicely. I usually wear plain low coat shoes, like plimsolls or adidas sambas. I would like a slimmer look also, so should i size down in the waist? ( my waist is about a 30)
     
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    grifters stack very nicely. rakers i imagine even more so.
     
  7. Chinook

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    mer.

    i am waiting patiently for my grifters to arrive [​IMG]
     
  8. sho'nuff

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    grifters and rakers do stack real nicely from what i tried. the denim is comparable to high end japanese denim. there is a good starched crispiness to the material. dont know about what happens if you wash it though.
     
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    anyone have any experience with the slacker or cougar? I want something similar to a NS cut, not sure if the cougar is too baggy? and the slacker seems to taper quite a bit.
     
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    What inseam would be best for a tall skinny dude, who usually wears about a 36'' inseam. I'm looking at getting a pair of the grifters. I was originally thinking of getting the 38'' inseam because of inseam shrinkage. But I was wondering about maybe paying extra for a longer inseam like 40'' . I don't know if they would look good cuffed or not, or if they would stack nicely. I usually wear plain low coat shoes, like plimsolls or adidas sambas. I would like a slimmer look also, so should i size down in the waist? ( my waist is about a 30)
    Don't size down, Ande Whall is TIGHT and runs completely true to size. You shouldn't need to size down for slimness, grifters are a very slim cut, I was a little worried they might have too much slack somewhere in them, but this is the fit I ended up with: (My natural waist is about 28", with the rise of the jeans though, where they sit is 29", and I'm wearing a 29x34, I could JUST button them up when I first put them on) http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/9...ftasideqn5.jpg Which has loosened up JUST a little bit in the thighs, but still fairly snug, in the few days of wearing them, I love the fit. Sizing down on Ande's is not a good idea, I tried to wear 28x34 rakers and it was a disaster. I couldn't button them up... Cut was phenomenal though, probably absolutely perfect for someone with no ass.
     
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    Don't size down, Ande Whall is TIGHT and runs completely true to size.

    You shouldn't need to size down for slimness, grifters are a very slim cut, I was a little worried they might have too much slack somewhere in them, but this is the fit I ended up with:

    (My natural waist is about 28", with the rise of the jeans though, where they sit is 29", and I'm wearing a 29x34, I could JUST button them up when I first put them on)

    http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/9...ftasideqn5.jpg

    Which has loosened up JUST a little bit in the thighs, but still fairly snug, in the few days of wearing them, I love the fit.

    Sizing down on Ande's is not a good idea, I tried to wear 28x34 rakers and it was a disaster. I couldn't button them up... Cut was phenomenal though, probably absolutely perfect for someone with no ass.

    That so tight that it looks wrong. [​IMG]
     
  13. sho'nuff

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    For a raker or grifter (and perhaps the cougar) getting your true waist size it still is very snug and slim. I would even recommend going up one size.
     
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    For a raker or grifter (and perhaps the cougar) getting your true waist size it still is very snug and slim. I would even recommend going up one size.
    What about the Slackers, sho'nuff?[​IMG]
     
  15. sho'nuff

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    Oops i meant slacker. Nevermind cougar
     
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    which cut is similar or slightly more roomy than the APC rescues
     
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    That so tight that it looks wrong. [​IMG]

    It has already stretched since that picture and will definitely stretch some more, chill. I already have slim straights, I don't need a bunch of jeans that fit me in the exact same way.
     
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    thats a pretty chill look just wondering what footwear is paired with it.
     
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    Rakers stack like hot sex.

    Don't even consider sizing down as said - the thighs on the V4 samples that Ande sent me are tight as hell, and they're a tag size bigger than my true waist.
     
  20. fudgebutt

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    I've had my and wall Slackers since early january... they fit perfectly to my form, are stiff as hell, and feel amazing. I've taken some pics... anyone interested?
     

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