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Do nudies stretch ?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by vincent, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. vincent

    vincent Senior member

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    I recently purchased a pair of nudie jeans. They are quite tight and I bought them in a smaller since I figured they would stretch a little ( like the pairs of PD&CS that I have).

    I know there are millions of threads about this topic. Sorry in advance
     
  2. viking_mike

    viking_mike Senior member

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    are you fucking kidding me?????? does anybody know how to read/search any one of the gagillion threads on nudies and raw jeans
     
  3. vincent

    vincent Senior member

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    are you fucking kidding me?????? does anybody know how to read/search any one of the gagillion threads on nudies and raw jeans

    Yes, I can read. I can also write and calculate !

    Stick to cartoons.
     
  4. viking_mike

    viking_mike Senior member

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    well apparently you have no common sense...
     
  5. Luc-Emmanuel

    Luc-Emmanuel Senior member

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    Viking, be gentle.

    What kind of nudie did you buy? Most of them will stretch a bit, about one inch at the waist, and they'll shrink back when washed.

    !luc
     
  6. beefcake

    beefcake Senior member

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    the thread topic made me laugh actually, i thought it was a joke at first...

    yes, they will stretch, and if they're only "quite tight" right now it'll be just fine in a bit. (a day or two)

    personally i buy jeans really tight so that they stretch into being "quite tight" later on. [​IMG] i rarely wash jeans though, so if you're into pre-distressed/washed stuff then it's not something i recommend.

    there are alot of threads about this so have a look around and you'll find everything you need to know.
     
  7. swooc

    swooc Senior member

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    My rrds stretched from w31 to w34. I dont think they are suppose to stretch that much in the waist so my conclusion is that they weren't a true w31 from the beginning.
     
  8. roundhouse

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    my slim jims stretched from 28 to 31. if u wear them low on ur hips they stretch more
     
  9. BioSore

    BioSore Well-Known Member

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    I recently bought a pair of bootcut olas. In a wash. I sized down, thinking that they'd stretch like most dry jeans, not thinking about why they stretched like that. Oh well, though, I won't be washing them much either because I want to add some whiskering and/or honeycombes anyways. I think it'll be alright though.
     
  10. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    If your jeans stretch too much and you don't wash them often (you dirty bastard) use the patented BrianSD method: 15 min in the dryer, inside-out, WITHOUT washing them first. Oh and ad a bounce sheet in the back pocket to remove the disgusting smell of jeans that haven't been washed in a year [​IMG]
     
  11. Brian SD

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    If your jeans stretch too much and you don't wash them often (you dirty bastard) use the patented BrianSD method: 15 min in the dryer, inside-out, WITHOUT washing them first. Oh and ad a bounce sheet in the back pocket to remove the disgusting smell of jeans that haven't been washed in a year [​IMG]

    Interestingly, this method has never worked for me on unwashed jeans. It works like a charm after you've had your first wash though.
     
  12. Violinist

    Violinist Senior member

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    are you fucking kidding me?????? does anybody know how to read/search any one of the gagillion threads on nudies and raw jeans

    If this were such an issue, there'd be more of an outcry. Give me a break, forum guard dog. Who cares if it's posted elsewhere, don't read it. You're one of those losers who gets incredibly mad when someone posts a topic outside of a specific forum... get a life.
     
  13. Brian SD

    Brian SD Senior member

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    Keep it civil, ladies.
     
  14. viking_mike

    viking_mike Senior member

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    If this were such an issue, there'd be more of an outcry. Give me a break, forum guard dog. Who cares if it's posted elsewhere, don't read it. You're one of those losers who gets incredibly mad when someone posts a topic outside of a specific forum... get a life.
    first off how is this topic not related to this specific forum? forum guard dog??? hardly, i have under 50 posts here. i just find it quite odd that this forum has loads of info that apparently nobody reads as the same questions are asked over and over again. don't you think people would learn after seeing the same questions repeatedly? get a life? if i didn't have one i would have more posts than i already do.
     
  15. PG2G

    PG2G Senior member

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    I feel viking's pain. There have been record levels of newbness around here recently.
     
  16. dingleberry

    dingleberry Well-Known Member

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    no offense viking and others... i think you should turn your noses down a bit and welcome new folks *raises hand* who are less experienced with forum etiquette.
     
  17. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    no offense viking and others... i think you should turn your noses down a bit and welcome new folks *raises hand* who are less experienced with forum etiquette.

    Hmm, not really a question of forum etiquette. In my experience there has not been the whole "shut up and search" attitude on styleforum - at least not this militantly enforced.

    Welcome aboard, btw.
     
  18. PG2G

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    no offense viking and others... i think you should turn your noses down a bit and welcome new folks *raises hand* who are less experienced with forum etiquette.

    I didn't really mean to offend the new people either (hell, I still consider myself a newb :p). There has just been a recent influx of questions that could be answered with the slightest bit of reading. Perhaps there needs to be some sort of FAQ in place like they have over at superfuture.
     
  19. tangerine

    tangerine Senior member

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    ...Perhaps there needs to be some sort of FAQ in place like they have over at superfuture.

    Isn't that what this is?

    There are always a certain number of people who never read them.

    There has been an astonishing flood of new people lately, though. I wonder if j and Fok are advertising somewhere... maybe at the Steam forum?
     
  20. PG2G

    PG2G Senior member

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    Hehe, I must've missed it :p
     

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