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how do you rock 'em jeans? : Fit Pics & Description

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by IIIrd Icon, Jan 29, 2010.

  1. IIIrd Icon

    IIIrd Icon Senior member

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    Questions about how certain brand/model fit 'bin asked countless times so ... 'thought i'd put up a [condensed] thread where enthusiasts can post/reference different types of cut/model and how they rock 'em. This is free-for-all, no fits barred [ ei, SF/SuFu/MN approved or not ] ... Wimmenz are welcome.

    edit: 'decided to start including evolution photos, too.



    height= 5'11" :: weight= 180 lbs approx. :: jeans size= W33x32, 33-34 w/cuffs [ i don't stack ]

    SExSC02 :: 14.5 Double Ringspun [from The SC 1955] :: TTS @33
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    @1.5 mos [effective wear] x 2 hotsoaks :: current measurements : w= 34, ins= 34, f/r= 10, b/r= 13.5, u/t= 11.25, kn= 8.25, l/o= 8



    Samurai s5000ai-10sp :: 17oz natural indigo dyed :: TTS @W33
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    initial 2 hotsoaks
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    @4.5 mos [effective wear] x 3 hotsoaks x 0 wash :: current measurements : w= 34, ins= 33.5 , f/r= 10, b/r= 14.25, u/t= 12, kn= 9, l/o= 8.25
     
  2. bwong337

    bwong337 Senior member

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    I think this is a great idea. I have one additional suggestion:

    Since people who squat have much bigger legs... when they wear straight leg jeans look like they wear skinny jeans. It might be helpful to give your actual wasite, hip, thigh, and calf measurements, as well as the measurements (BiG style?) of the jeans.
     
  3. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    I think this is a great idea. It might be even more helpful to give your actual wasite, hip, thigh, and calf measurements, since people's legs are different sizes.
    LOL. I hope you realize the monster you've created, IIIrd. It doesn't help to help.
     
  4. underwearer

    underwearer Senior member

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    I like the Samurai s5000 the best (the first pic, pre soak) those are badass
     
  5. sixsails

    sixsails Senior member

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    Shouldn't the hem on those 710s be 7.5?
     
  6. Listi

    Listi Senior member

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    Fades on the 710's are RIDICULOUS.[​IMG] edit: I'll charge my phone batteries and maybe post some shit. This isn't a terrible idea.
     
  7. Wu Dynasty

    Wu Dynasty Senior member

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    Here's the Sufu version: http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk...ead.php?t=7091 Having a new thread here would be great since SF approved denim brands are a little different (Crate, KMW, etc.). Plus the sufu thread is cluttered as fuck and search is broken most of the time.
     
  8. Morgan

    Morgan Senior member

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    Good idea. I recently did a similar post in the "Post pics of your denim" thread here.
     
  9. Stylin-1

    Stylin-1 Senior member

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    Woah, that's a little more man ass than I really needed to see on a Friday afternoon.
     
  10. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    then you are on the wrooooong site, buddy
     
  11. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Senior member

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    <obligatory uncontrol posterior pic>
     
  12. mlyngard

    mlyngard Senior member

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    Good idea. I recently did a similar post in the "Post pics of your denim" thread here.
    Bring 'em over man, the water's great.
    Woah, that's a little more man ass than I really needed to see on a Friday afternoon.
    then you are on the wrooooong site, buddy
    <obligatory uncontrol posterior pic>
    lulz. I'll play. No gnarly faded jerns, but my playgirl rejection pics. Sorry pics aren't as good as IIIrds [​IMG] ~ 30/31 w. 5'-8.9" height ;-), 150lbs New PBJ/BiG collab 013 [​IMG] Flat Head BSP [​IMG] Beater 501s [​IMG] Momotaro 0701 [​IMG] Dry Bones Red-D [​IMG] Wrangler jawnz my best fit [​IMG]
     
  13. IIIrd Icon

    IIIrd Icon Senior member

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    ^lulz. were those Jared's?


    Shouldn't the hem on those 710s be 7.5?
    yup, 7.5. tnx for pointing that out. [​IMG]
     
  14. dcg

    dcg Senior member

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    6'tall, ~165lbs, regular jean size 31.

    Size 31 Samurai Jin:

    [​IMG]

    Size 30 Dior MIJ 21cm (these have been sitting in the closet for a few months; can't decide if the cut works for me):

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  15. Listi

    Listi Senior member

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    dcg the 21cms look great on you imo
     
  16. rmnd

    rmnd Well-Known Member

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    dcg the 21cms look great on you imo

    +1

    I like that fit much better than the other one you posted.
     
  17. IIIrd Icon

    IIIrd Icon Senior member

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    fantastic fits so far, y'all!

    suggestion: you can have you vital stats up on the title box [^like so] just to set it up ... and make good use of the damn box. i know it's too much trouble to put in the measurements, but it'll help users for base comparison. don't have to do it right away ... you can edit it in later. also, very important to mention how you sized your pair/s. [​IMG]
     
  18. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Matt, those Red-D's look fucking great. Now stop buying shit and wear them.

    Also, you look like a bike messenger?
     
  19. IIIrd Icon

    IIIrd Icon Senior member

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    Model '47 fits : Studio D'Artisan 101 :: 15oz :: size +1 @34 [could've TTS] [​IMG] @6 mos eff. wear x 4 soaks x 1 cold wash :: current measurements : w= 34, ins= 33, f/r= 11, b/r= 15, u/t= 12.75, kn= 9.5, l/o= 9 Warehouse 1001xx :: 14.5oz Memphis cotton :: TTS @W33 [​IMG] unworn x initial 2 hotsoaks :: current measurements : w= 33.5, ins= 33, f/r= 11.5, b/r= 15, u/t= 12.25, kn= 9.5, l/o= 9 Samurai 0500 :: 15oz Texas cotton :: TTS @W33 [could sz -1] [​IMG] current measurements : w= 34, ins= 32, f/r= 10.5, b/r= 15, u/t= 12.25, kn= 8.75, l/o= 8.25 Sugar Cane 40400N :: 14.5 :: natural hawaiian indigo dyed :: single stitch + felled seams :: sized -1 @W32 [​IMG] [​IMG] worn for a month x initial 2 hoatsoaks x 1 cold wash :: current measurements : w= 33, ins= 33, f/r= 11.5, b/r= 15, u/t= 12.5, kn= 9.5, l/o= 9
     
  20. YoPete525

    YoPete525 Well-Known Member

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    +1 I like that fit much better than the other one you posted.
    +1 I'd start working on the diors, they look great.
     

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