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FS:Julian Red California No-wash 30x34

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by Ott, May 16, 2006.

  1. Ott

    Ott Senior member

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    sold about a billion years ago
     
  2. Ahaz

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    I know Ott on another forum, and he's a great guy. We both bought the same size SSDS as our first Nudies, unbeknownst to each other. It was nice to have someone to commiserate about the nut crunching pain with. I've had a special place in...

    *getschokedup*

    I'm sorry, I'm getting a little emotional. Everybody should own some Calis. Slim, selvage, European, what's more to want?
     
  3. Arethusa

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    I'm sorry, I'm getting a little emotional. Everybody should own some Calis. Slim, selvage, European, what's more to want?
    Functioning testicles?
     
  4. Ott

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    Functioning testicles?
    [​IMG] actually he was referring to the dry selvage Nudies we both bought at the same time last year. We sized down anyway these Calis are slim, but not what I'd call tight. They're tapered but have plenty of room in the seat. Tommorow or the day after I'll post some pictures of how my other pair of Julian Reds (which is a size smaller) fits me. Yes I'm idiot for buying a size bigger but I wanted to wear them at my job anyway, so I thought I could use the comfort. They're practically falling off my ass. I just need to borrow a decent camera from someone. I can also try to get a good closeup picture of the denim from these jeans I'm trying to sell... its a much deeper, streakier denim than that of APC or Nudie and absolutely beautiful. Too bad it doesn't fit me [​IMG]
     
  5. Ott

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    bump + price reduced
     
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    im keen but im worried that the size will be not right.
    i usually wear 31/32s and seeing how these raw jeans expand, i'm afraid that after a few weeks of wear they will be too loose =\\
     
  7. Ott

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    ^^^I'm a 'true' 30 waist and I've always sized down 1 for raw denim... I also have a pair of washed calis in 29 which fit me perfectly. I didn't size down this time because I intended them to be work jeans and I wanted them extra comfortable. It didn't work out [​IMG]

    hope this helps.
     
  8. Ott

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    buyer backed out, so I'm bumping this and reducing the price to $120 Shipped
     
  9. riff

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    Boy am I late to this post. Are these still up for sale?
     
  10. Ott

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    these were sold about 8 months ago. Sorry [​IMG]
     
  11. riff

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    No prob - thanks for letting me know!
     

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