Naked and famous denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mauro, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. artishard116

    artishard116 Senior member

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    I don't have any personal experience with slim guys, but apparently sizing down TWO is the most commonly suggested way to go with that cut

    Thanks for the info. Maybe down one is better with the thicker denim? Anyway, looks like everywhere is sold out of anything smaller than a 30 so I guess it doesn't matter. If anyone has any ideas and could send me a pm, I'd appreciate it.
     


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    Thanks for the info. Maybe down one is better with the thicker denim? Anyway, looks like everywhere is sold out of anything smaller than a 30 so I guess it doesn't matter. If anyone has any ideas and could send me a pm, I'd appreciate it.

    I was worried about the elephant denim to be tougher to stretch when i ordered my pair, but after just a couple of wears I realized it stretches nicely, pretty much like other jeans would.

    Not to mention i'm becoming a firm believer in the fact they're actually not much heavier than 15-16oz
     


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    I was worried about the elephant denim to be tougher to stretch when i ordered my pair, but after just a couple of wears I realized it stretches nicely, pretty much like other jeans would.

    Not to mention i'm becoming a firm believer in the fact they're actually not much heavier than 15-16oz


    Thanks, maybe I should keep an eye out for one of the 20oz+ pairs. I would like something a little bit thicker than usual.
     


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    Thanks, maybe I should keep an eye out for one of the 20oz+ pairs. I would like something a little bit thicker than usual.
    They're definitely thicker than the average pair of "classic" 13-14 ounces denim, that's for sure

    My guess is 16-ish
     


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    Just bought some weird guys. I like them a lot so far, although the ass area of them is definitely cut in a 'weird' way. My gf likes it and I'm coming around to it, but it is strange.
     


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    They're definitely thicker than the average pair of "classic" 13-14 ounces denim, that's for sure

    My guess is 16-ish


    Cool, hope I can track some down.
     


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    Just bought some weird guys. I like them a lot so far, although the ass area of them is definitely cut in a 'weird' way. My gf likes it and I'm coming around to it, but it is strange.

    How did you size them?
     


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    Thanks for the info. Maybe down one is better with the thicker denim? Anyway, looks like everywhere is sold out of anything smaller than a 30 so I guess it doesn't matter. If anyone has any ideas and could send me a pm, I'd appreciate it.

    With the Elephant Slim Guys, I would still size down 2. The sizing on mine was exactly the same as Slim Guys in lighter denim.
     


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    They're definitely thicker than the average pair of "classic" 13-14 ounces denim, that's for sure

    My guess is 16-ish


    Yeah, I agree. They feel lighter to me than most 19 oz. denim. To me, they feel more like 16-17 oz. denim.
     


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    so i tried on one of their shirts, here are the pics [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] its like 170 so abviously i didnt buy it
     


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    that's a dope shirt.

    black chambray, i got it for 90$ taxes in.
    on sale at a store here.
     


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    I ordered N&F jeans from revolve a week ago. The estimated arrival is Nov 14, which is tomorrow. Hopefully it will actually arrive tomorrow...
     


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    I ordered N&F jeans from revolve a week ago. The estimated arrival is Nov 14, which is tomorrow. Hopefully it will actually arrive tomorrow...

    its sunday dude, so it's not likely.

    even fedex, ups take the sunday off (most do work on saturdays.)
     


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    its sunday dude, so it's not likely. even fedex, ups take the sunday off (most do work on saturdays.)
    Ya I know...I just hope they receive it Sunday and send it Monday to USPS. I just dont want the estimated arrival to move to like next week.
     


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