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APC "New Cure" Raw Denim Jeans, 31/30

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by 1964, Oct 16, 2013.

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  1. 1964

    1964 Well-Known Member

    Aug 31, 2011
    Perfectly broken in APC "New Cure" model raw denim jeans in dark blue wash with contrast stitching, button fly, 10" rise, 16" leg opening. Made in Italy. Advertised as a "straight leg" cut but I'd consider them slim-fitting.

    They are in perfect condition. Well worn and loved just to perfection; with a great broken-in look and feel so you don't have to go through the trouble! They are heavy weight and durable but soft and comfortable as hell; like second skin. Feel free to ask any questions.

    This is really the best offering, as the price is 1/3rd of what they retail for ($180+tax!) and without the work of getting that effortlessly worn in look. They will not shrink. They will not bleed. They have been washed numerous times; always with a few splashes of white vinegar to keep the dye from running, and then hung dry. They will shape to your contour after only a couple of wears. A fresh wash beforehand will help that along nicely.

    Asking only $85 which is a fraction of what I initially paid for them. They have been worn very gently and folded in my closet for the past six months as I've gained weight. I've added two photos of them in action (both from the same day and probably among the last time they were worn). The last picture, with the random stranger on crutches "photobombing", depicts the cut and fit quite nicely I think.

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