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FS: G-STAR Waxed Denim (black), Size 36. *Brand New*

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Petitfroid, May 8, 2012.

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  1. Petitfroid

    Petitfroid Active Member

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    Hey guys, I am selling an unworn pair of G-star jeans I purchased a few months back. They were somewhat over priced for G-Star in my opinion (300) but looked cool so I bought them. They've gone completely unworn and I'm cleaning out my closet a bit at the moment so letting them go. They are 36 and true to size, have a very slight taper, aren't super skinny by any means, pretty relaxed.. They are totally waxed which gives them a really cool look. Price includes shipping within North America. Come from a non smoking home. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions :)
     
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  2. larryr

    larryr Senior member

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    Hey, what is the leg opening measurement on these?

    Thanks.
     
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    Petitfroid Active Member

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    Laid flat the leg opening is 8 inches across.
     
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    Are these jeans straight, slim or tapered?
     
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