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Anyone have experience with the fleece sweatshirts? I know people had said the fleece cardigans are thin, are the sweatshirts the same? Is it too warm for spring nights/early fall?
 

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What's the cheapest place to buy century denim? Kaptial.jp does not stock em for some reason
 

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What's the size range on the socks? Will they work for 11.5D?
Anyone have experience with the fleece sweatshirts? I know people had said the fleece cardigans are thin, are the sweatshirts the same? Is it too warm for spring nights/early fall?
What's the cheapest place to buy century denim? Kaptial.jp does not stock em for some reason
The socks although a little funky to put on and off fit me. I wear a size 12.

The fleece sweatshirts are really thin. Like I wouldnt really trust them for anything lower 15 C. They honestly dont have anywhere the weight of a patagonia or something akin to that. It probably would be fine for early fall and spring nights depending on where you live.

Cheapest place to buy Century is Japan, get someone to go to the store and buy you something. They dont have it online because its something special I guess. However if you are in the US, you just have to deal with the high prices on it.
 

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Got the no 9 century denim in. Unfortunately found them a bit bigger than expected (at the waist)

if anyone is looking for a 36 brand new shoot me a message
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what size do you normally wear? I'm usually a 34 and went with 36 as well, started off a bit big but fits perfectly now after a wash
 

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what size do you normally wear? I'm usually a 34 and went with 36 as well, started off a bit big but fits perfectly now after a wash
i'm usually a 33/34 depending on the brand. I really want to throw these in a hot wash but don't want to do all that to find out it doesn't shrink and i'm not happy with the fit.
 

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Not sure how much mine shrank after the warm wash (30"C setting), but I don't need a belt to wear them now
 

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Anyone is able to help proxy a pair of No.9s?
Or any advice on sizing, for waist 30, should i go for 32 or 34?

Thanks!
 

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Anyone is able to help proxy a pair of No.9s?
Or any advice on sizing, for waist 30, should i go for 32 or 34?

Thanks!
I'm a 32 and got a 32. It will fit tight at first but stretch out.
 

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Anyone is able to help proxy a pair of No.9s?
Or any advice on sizing, for waist 30, should i go for 32 or 34?

Thanks!
34 is going to be too big for you.

I usually wear a 34 is most pants (size not actual waist measurement), and I went 36 on both of my pairs and love how they fit. Like @keykoo said, if you go with your normal size, they will probably stretch.
 

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