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Corpus Fine Classic rinse wash - 34/32 - repaired

LA Guy

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Mar 8, 2002
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So, I got these on sale about a year ago, on final sale, for about $100 shipped. They were too large to begin with, (I'd gotten the 34 instead of the 32 because the 32 Morphys were ungodly tight) but I thought that I'd give them the old college try anyway. Unfortunately, the top button popped off within minutes of wearing (Corpus has just fixed this consistent QC problem.) I reshanked the jeans (used a piece of APC denim, DIYed that onto the back of the jeans where the button went, and reshanked the button on.) But they were just too large, and I shelved them after walking down the street to the grovery store, thinking that it was wasted money. However, they look completely new except for the repair and very minor suffing right on the hem (I kept on having to hike them up
), and are really quite nice, and tonight, as I took out the Uniqlos to measure, I came upon them, and figured that someone may as well enjoy them. So, $33 shipped (um, it's an auspicious number in Chinese, covers shipping and Paypal fees, and buys me lunch, maybe a cheap dinner), and they are yours. Here, I'll put up the measurements. (remarkably true to size)

Paypal to fyl @ io.harvard.edu if interested.

Waist= 34" (boo, I needed 31-32)
Front rise = 11"
Back rise = 14"
Inseam = 32"
Thigh ~ 25 " around
Knee = 8.5" across
Hem = 8.75" across

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