Earl denim 75% off (Nudies on sale too)

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  1. chicagobull

    chicagobull Well-Known Member

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    Hey all.. I am a relative noob, but saw a pair of Earl Jeans on sale at jakeandmabel.com for 75% off (only $40!), and am very intrigued. I am not familiar with the brand at all, and was wondering what your opinions and experiences of/with the brand. The jeans look pretty standard, w/o any random stitching or designs, which is a plus. Here is the link: http://www.jakeandmabel.com/cart.php...ategory_id=251 Also, the site has a decent selection of Nudies on sale for 30% off (ralfs and svens), which will probably appeal to many of y'all.. Oh yeah, and any suggestions about sizing would be welcome as well! (I normally wear a 33, and prefer my jeans to be on the looser side.)
     
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    Eh... they look like a baggy, unremarkable boot-cut to me. Sorry dude.
     
  3. drizzt3117

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    Hey all.. I am a relative noob, but saw a pair of Earl Jeans on sale at jakeandmabel.com for 75% off (only $40!), and am very intrigued. I am not familiar with the brand at all, and was wondering what your opinions and experiences of/with the brand. The jeans look pretty standard, w/o any random stitching or designs, which is a plus. Here is the link:

    http://www.jakeandmabel.com/cart.php...ategory_id=251

    Also, the site has a decent selection of Nudies on sale for 30% off (ralfs and svens), which will probably appeal to many of y'all..

    Oh yeah, and any suggestions about sizing would be welcome as well! (I normally wear a 33, and prefer my jeans to be on the looser side.)


    You can buy Earl Jeans at Marshall's for $29.99 all day long. They're not really anything special at $40.
     
  4. JoMak_NYC

    JoMak_NYC Senior member

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    You guys know/trust this site? 108 for svens doesn't seem bad - I was looking for a pair. Should i get 'em? Also do svens fit like rescues or are rescues more relaxed? i'm thinking the latter.
     
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    You guys know/trust this site? 108 for svens doesn't seem bad - I was looking for a pair. Should i get 'em? Also do svens fit like rescues or are rescues more relaxed? i'm thinking the latter.

    Sold out! 108 is a great price, its too bad, they musta gone fast.
     
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    JoMak_NYC Senior member

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    Sold out! 108 is a great price, its too bad, they musta gone fast.


    Noticed... [​IMG]

    but the RRNew Used Dlx @ $15o is pretty good too, no?

    I wanna know though if that's a trust worthy site, never heard of it b4 today. [​IMG]
     
  7. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Hey all.. I am a relative noob, but saw a pair of Earl Jeans on sale at jakeandmabel.com for 75% off (only $40!), and am very intrigued. I am not familiar with the brand at all, and was wondering what your opinions and experiences of/with the brand. The jeans look pretty standard, w/o any random stitching or designs, which is a plus. Here is the link: http://www.jakeandmabel.com/cart.php...ategory_id=251 Also, the site has a decent selection of Nudies on sale for 30% off (ralfs and svens), which will probably appeal to many of y'all.. Oh yeah, and any suggestions about sizing would be welcome as well! (I normally wear a 33, and prefer my jeans to be on the looser side.)
    I actually ordered a pair about two weeks ago. Got an email from them saying they received my order and would let me know when it was shipped..but nothing. Emailed a few days ago to check and no response. Going to call them today. $40 + $3 for INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING = really decent price for a wash/cut I like to wear without any advertising/stitching/etc. It came down to being a $40 gamble and I hope that resin gives it a feel similar to the Jake Agave's I have which are simply the most comfortable jeans I've ever seen/worn. Practically like wearing pj's.
     
  8. chicagobull

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    Exactly what is the resin applied, and what is its purpose. Do many other jeans companies do this?
     

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