Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
I will be hoping, thanks for the feedback!
This is great news. Really good pricepoint too, keeping it as sub-$200 denim.
FWIW, on these jeans, as a Rudy wearer, I don't think a cut like that would be as necessary - it's just as easy to size up in the waist and wear them a bit lower, particularly given the immensely casual nature of jeans. FWIW, that's what I've done on all of my RCs (buy up to a 36 from the 34 for the sake of the thighs), and then wash them hot to shrink the waist down.
Eh - IDK. Guess I'll need to wait for posted measurements to see how it'd work.
I'm pretty sure that you could wear them, especially if you take a 34. Jeans are meant to break in and stretch - and they look better worn a bit tight, then a Rivet Chino or Walt. The cut on these isn't really slim by jean standards. I'd say that if you can wear a Levis 501, then these should probably work. But we'll have specific measurements on the launch.
Can I iron the back of my LBM 1911? Just need to remove the wrinkles....
(Hoping this isn't in the running for dumbest question of the year)
Man...please, please, please make this happen! this sounds perfect...love the name as well...
will the epsdenim.com website be refreshed now that the Wilshire is ready to go?
Well, I held out for a couple weeks but finally couldn't resist that grey & burgundy windowpane flannel's siren call any longer.
Oh, and I got my blue speckle FF rivets today and they're really great! I ordered a 35 since the 34 I usually get in the ducks is always a touch tight till they stretch and it fits perfectly!
Not dumb at all. Yes, you can definitely iron the back of your LBM jacket - it's cotton. I'd use a low setting just to be safe. It's not particularly delicate, but you don't want to risk burning it.
And, definitely consider joining the "Steam Team" sometime in the future. Getting a stand up steamer will change your life. I haven't used an ironing board in 10 years. We keep this in all three of our stores:
Will do! And thanks for posting that link - I haven't seen that site in years! Those were the days.
Thank you sir!
Seems like a silly question but do you guys iron your duck canvas chinos? I want to wear mine both casually with a tee and slightly dressed up with a blazer and don't know if it's cool to iron them or not. Thanks.
I iron them inside out on low heat and have never had any problems.
I'm a recent convert to the steamer-only crowd on all of my washable stuff. all the trousers/dry clean only stuff get that treatment along with traditional dress shirts, while all of my chinos, cotton trousers, and ocbds get the steamer after a cold wash and hang dry. the steamer will do a great job on anything cotton so long as your not looking for a crease, and much quicker, at least for me. i'm done with the iron at home.
i've got one question for the crowd to field, nightshade or the donegal navy? I know, its sacrilege given the nightshade fawning of recent history! usage will be some winter work apparel in a very casual business casual office, winter parties, etc.
I dry clean all of my pants, including the duck chinos. I mainly do this to avoid fading.
I think 1/2 the appeal of a duck canvas pant is its toughness & ease of care. A short spin in the dryer on the low & then hang dry & you basically have a ready to go pant for anything short of press-worthy events. (Pressing not reporters). But everyone has their own steeze.
Got my MTO Rivets today! Moss w/ orange tape & blue pinstripe pocket bags. Realized that sizing up to 33 and then full dryer cycle to shrink them a bit yields a better fit for me then 32 w/ fear of any shrinkage.
MTO is so rad. For barely more than a hem job--at least a decent one--it's pretty fresh to tweak the details a bit. Already pondering what's next...
no wonder everything looks too new!
I wash rivets on 30 degrees, hang dry, then iron if I'm wearing them in a business casual fit with a sportscoat, otherwise no ironing for a casual fit.
I actually like the fading. I'm particularly looking forward to the french blues getting faded.
Awesome....will be joining the Steam Team this weekend. Sounds too good to be true!
I wash and iron all my duck canvas pants....I try to stay clear of dry cleaning as much as possible....but I do have a wet cleaner nearby that I use on occasion for pants/sweaters that can't be washed.
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