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Does anyone have any experience with Civilianaire jeans?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Che Danger, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. Che Danger

    Che Danger Member

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    TheMomentum New Member

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    I have a pair that I really love. I have the SUPER SLIM - INDIGO - RIGID pair, and I really like them. Tough denim, fits pretty true, and seems like it's gonna last me a long time. Not too bad for $220.
     
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  3. Che Danger

    Che Danger Member

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    Cool, man! Do you have photos? How long have you had them for?
     
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    I bought a pair in Light Blue, standard fit with a custom length (36" inseam) which they charge an extra $50 for. Kinda pricey but they are pretty well-made and I couldn't find any lighter color raw denim that fit. Only gripe is the pocket bags.. way too short.. have to take out wallet and iphone when I sit down or they dig into my hip flexors.

    I like their other denim colors.. been thinking about maybe getting a pair in the olive or the grey if they'll do one with deeper pockets. Tan is kinda nice too.

    Also, had to size down a lot.. I normally wear a 30, sometimes 29, and I went to 28 on those.
     
  5. Che Danger

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    Thanks for the info. Do you have any photos of your jeans? How long have you had them? I'm interested to see how they break in and fade.
     
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    Don't have any photos right now.. I actually took 'em in to get the hem tapered slightly. The slims were too tight on me and the standards are good but I'd like 'em slightly slimmer. Will try and grab some pics in the future, but mine aren't very worn in. I did notice they were starting to fade a bit already in some high-friction locations though, so I think long-term they should be good.
     
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    i've tried these on at their retail store in LA. the quality is terrific and the fit is very nice. i sized down 2 or 3 from my regular size. the burgundy color is fantastic as are the lighter blues.
     
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    I got a pair of their light blue denim with gold selvedge. Pretty awesome fit. I'm usually a 32 but I fit their standard super slim in a 30. I dig the zipper fly. Makes doing stand ups waaaaaaaaaaaay easier than button flies. lol Pics to come later.
     
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    Here the fit pics of my super slims, light blue, tapered, size 30. I'm usually a size 32, 33 to other makes. I got these NWT at a thrift store for $20. [​IMG]

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