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ANOTHER PRICE DROP (12/6)! Robert Geller Type 3 denim Light Blue 5 year fade sz 34

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by teddieriley, Oct 3, 2016.

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  1. teddieriley

    teddieriley Senior member

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    Robert Geller Light blue "Type 3" denim in 5 year fade. Hard to find.
    Features a slim straight fit and a broken in denim fabric with a soft feel.
    •98% cotton, 2% spandex denim in faded blue with a broken in feel
    •Faded blue warp, white weft
    •Five-pocket style, zippered fly
    •Made in Los Angeles, USA

    Condition: New without tags - jeans were hemmed by tailor before tried on. Turns out fit doesn't work for me.

    Measurements (inches):
    Waist (flat across): 17 1/4
    Rise: 10.5
    Bottom hem (flat across): 7.5
    Inseam (as hemmed): 30

    Original Retail: $295
    Asking: $245 $220 $195 shipped in CONUS (insurance at buyer's cost)
    Borrowed product photos from NMWA are best representation of true color.

    Any questions or concerns, feel free to drop me a message.
     

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    Hi, was any material removed when the jeans were hemmed? Or could they be let out to normal again?
     


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