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Left Field NYC Chelsea 13 oz. Size 35 (32/33 in other brands)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by whorishconsumer, Mar 24, 2016.

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  1. whorishconsumer

    whorishconsumer Senior member

    Aug 12, 2010
    Austin, TX
    One hot soak and worn a total of 5-6 times.
    These were 2nds but inspection shows that the only detail that would make them so is a faint line running across the right thigh (pictured). These were part of a run of 13 oz Chelseas which is no longer in production.

    Left field is not vanity sized. These are TTS, equivalent to a 32 or 33 in most other jean brands. Further, these are sanforized and so you should not expect much shrink, if any.

    13 oz. Cone Mills White Oak selvedge denim
    100% cotton
    Skull logo on inside rivets and tacks
    American made Universal hardware
    American made bandana pocket bags
    Made in USA

    Measurements (taken from garment, laid flat and following this guide).
    Note that while the measurements provided for the Chelsea on Left Field's site indicate a 15" hem, the hem on this pair is 16".

    Waist: 35
    Thigh: 12.5
    Knee: 9.25
    Hem: 8
    Front Rise: 12
    Back Rise: 15
    Inseam: 36

    $70 shipped US
    International is more. Contact for quote.
    Last edited: May 25, 2016
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