Help - Nudie Regular Ralf

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by irbe, Aug 17, 2006.

  1. irbe

    irbe Senior member

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    Hi im thinking of purchasing a pair of Nudie Regular Ralf jean via the internet. I have a pair of PDC GTO'S and Sewn Earnest Hutch. Wondering if the Ralfs is similar to GTO'S or Hutch? I find the Hutch a slimmer bootcut. Also wondering if Nudie stretch match, thinking of getting the dry denim.
     


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    Hi im thinking of purchasing a pair of Nudie Regular Ralf jean via the internet. I have a pair of PDC GTO'S and Sewn Earnest Hutch. Wondering if the Ralfs is similar to GTO'S or Hutch? I find the Hutch a slimmer bootcut. Also wondering if Nudie stretch match, thinking of getting the dry denim.

    The bootcut on the Ralf is quite subtle, so I'm guessing a lot less pronounced than the PDC or ES' although I'm not that familiar with either. I take it you mean "much" instead of "match", and if so, yes, they do stretch quite a bit. I sized down 1 from my natural waist on my RRDS and they were almost unbearably tight for a few days, but in 4 months they've stretched almost to the point that I need a belt.
     


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    My Hutches and RRs fit very similarly. The RRs have a little higher rise.
     


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    My Hutches and RRs fit very similarly. The RRs have a little higher rise.

    Hrmm if that is the case i don't suppose Nudie makes a a fit similar to the GTO? I like my ES Hutchs, jus a lil slim
     


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    Nudie has a ton of cuts, but I'm not familiar with the others. In terms of slimness, the RR is looser than ES in the thigh, but a bit tighter (I think) in the hips.
     


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