Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
JK! Can destroyed denim in March have a 34+ inseam?!
Can you bring out a new denim cut with the stretch denim? Loose top block and thigh with a sharp taper? Thanks
Is that not what the cut is already? . . .
Not at all man. 33 waist is like an 11.5" thigh, i'm talking like 13"+ in the thigh, 13.5" ideally.
Even by most standards an 11.5" thigh is considered slim, maybe, possibly "slim straight".
Edit: I jut checked again and the difference in the thigh between a size 28 and a size 34 is 1.5". So yeah maybe it's "loose" up top in smaller sizes but it def doesn't translate well to bigger sizes.
When is the khaki denim releasing?
lol they'll probably release the SS15 lookbook the same time it comes out, it's a ploy to make u buy first think later.
I know where you're coming from. I'm borderline able to fit well in the thighs, it is quite aggressive on the larger sizes. Fit is great from the knee down.
I could use another 1" on the thigh.
Kind Of disappointed the stretch denim won't come until July. Was hoping the destroyed would have it. I think I can size down to a 28 for a better fit but I don't like the initial too tight break in. I don't wear my jeans that often since I can't wear them to work so it takes me a while to break them In. The stretch will help with a size down.
Yeah. I wish I was Lebron or something so I could just pay yhem to make me a pair in the Coast wash that would fit.
Will you guys release the rebel hoodie with the pocket
They honestly don't take that long to stretch.. I'm in the military I don't get to wear them but a few times a month..
I'm usually wear size 30 in every other pants and I went with 29 in the cast graphite and I still need a belt, at least I know to get size 28 next time.
Both my cast and obsidian stretched an inch+ within 2 wears. Breaking these jeans in is very easy, imo.
I'm gonna have to probably go for the midnight villain and the dune u-neck, also curious about the rue hoodie
Separate names with a comma.