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How you guys hang your jeans to preserve best shape and condition(honeycombs etc)

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What's the method? hang by belt loop or using a hanger?
 

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something that might answer your question: http://superfuture.com/city/supertal...&topicID=12586 but to be brief, there's no real "best" method to store the pants. they're just jeans, like DDML says, and even if you lump them in a corner of the room the minute you get home i don't think they'll convulse and die anytime soon. no need to get paranoid.
 

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I fold in half and roll them into a 'jelly roll' for no reason other than I like to pile my jeans into a pyramid
I started out really paranoid (grin!) and used to button the waist button of the jeans and hang it over a hook on the back of my door. Didn't want to stretch out a belt loop. But, you know... you get home tired and just toss it... and it slowly devolved into the fold and roll
 

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I hang them by the loops.
 

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I don't think I have ever seen anyone with a pair of belt ready for each pair of jeans. Do you keep socks inside all your shoes too?
 

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I just don't remove my belt before I hang the jeans up. I have a lot of belts.
 

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next to yo mamma's bed! ooooh! bringing it back to the 90s!
 

xcoldricex

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but for real i just leave them where i took them off on the floor.
 

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Originally Posted by xcoldricex
but for real i just leave them where i took them off on the floor.

This is what I do, or I just drape them over the back of a chair.
 

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Any reason why, I shouldn't just fold them like they are sold in stores?
 

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I just fold them in half and store on a coat hanger. It hangs from about midthigh, so neither the honeycombs or whiskers are affected.
 

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Originally Posted by cgeezy
I just fold them in half and store on a coat hanger. It hangs from about midthigh, so neither the honeycombs or whiskers are affected.

i done what you did too..... but prolong hanging will result in some kinda (hopefully not permanant dent mark) on the thigh.

So was thinking of ways to store my beloved precious jeans...
 

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Originally Posted by xcoldricex
next to yo mamma's bed! ooooh! bringing it back to the 90s!

Dropping it like it's hot there D. ROFLES!

I currently have mine hanging over my dex(don't spin much these day)....I can't see them moving any time soon.....they're art


--WadeM
 

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you can judge the oz. of your denim by seeing if they fly off the turntable at 33rpm, 45rpm, or 78rpm. 13oz, 15oz, and 19oz respectively.
 

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