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durability

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dhinggok, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. dhinggok

    dhinggok Senior member

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    what jean would last the longest when wearing it pretty normally and not wearing it in heavily:

    diesel rolan 819
    earnest sewn hutch milk blue 3d
    7FAM dark chicago

    by wearing it normally, i mean, if you are just wearing it while walking around and doing daily things, not biking or anything of the sort.
     


  2. nomovement

    nomovement Senior member

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    haven't had any earnest sewn's or 7fam's; but take diesel right off that list. I've seen the laziest of my friends blow right through the crotches of those bad boys
     


  3. dimshum

    dimshum Senior member

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    I'd have to disagree with you nomovement. I actually own two pairs of diesel rolans, and I can attest to their quality. One of them I've beat down, and all that's really deteriorated is the color--it faded just a bit. The other one I wear occasionally when I get tired of my skinnier jeans. I still have about 5-7 pairs of diesel jeans in my closet, all of them worn in constant rotation for the past 2-3 years.
     


  4. denimaddict

    denimaddict Senior member

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    Yeah, I got a pair of earnest sewn once, and the fabric in the crotch actually just failed one day. Not the seams, the denim itself fell apart. On the other hand, I have a pair of diesels that I have worn regularly for probably about four years now.
     


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