Naked and famous denim

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

  1. linkinwayne

    linkinwayne Senior member

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    i'd totally rock the glow in the dark jeans.

    for the awesome night glow factor.


    Damn straight. I'd go cycling to mindfuck people driving

    But when I compare that stuff side-by-side with straight up raw cotton denim, I always like the plain cotton better.

    Different strokes for different folks etc etc I guess.

    ...so you end up smelling like raspberry as you go about your day...
    although I could be completely wrong


    So it's like perfumed jeans? Wonder how long that'd last anyway
     


  2. Dusty Table

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    Can someone recommend me denim by N&F that has a 34 inseam or sub that?

    I have been looking through most of their releases and I am starting to like their creativity behind most of them, however unfortunately god has not blessed me to be 6feet tall so I cannot properly support them.
     


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    they are all 34 inseam as standard
     


  4. linkinwayne

    linkinwayne Senior member

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    Can someone recommend me denim by N&F that has a 34 inseam or sub that?

    I have been looking through most of their releases and I am starting to like their creativity behind most of them, however unfortunately god has not blessed me to be 6feet tall so I cannot properly support them.


    Just cuff/stack/hem, I'm only 5'7"
     


  5. Dusty Table

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    I've been instructed to do so in the past (in regards to hemming) but I just can't bring my self to do so, I feel as if it diminishes the jean as a whole. But generally I don't like to have big ass cuffs, and I'm pretty sure they aren't all (or even most) 34 inseams.

    I really want these but a a 36.5 inseam, really? Click

    And also these but 37 inseams Click
     


  6. linkinwayne

    linkinwayne Senior member

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    I've been instructed to do so in the past (in regards to hemming) but I just can't bring my self to do so, I feel as if it diminishes the jean as a whole. But generally I don't like to have big ass cuffs, and I'm pretty sure they aren't all (or even most) 34 inseams.

    I really want these but a a 36.5 inseam, really? Click

    And also these but 37 inseams Click


    Huh. I've never seen 37 inseams before, tbh. All of mine are 34 and they fit fine. I just stack or cuff.
     


  7. Dbear

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    I've been instructed to do so in the past (in regards to hemming) but I just can't bring my self to do so, I feel as if it diminishes the jean as a whole. But generally I don't like to have big ass cuffs, and I'm pretty sure they aren't all (or even most) 34 inseams.

    I really want these but a a 36.5 inseam, really? Click

    And also these but 37 inseams Click


    Get over it. It doesn't "diminish" the jean. They were cut with that long length intentionally, so the end user can do what they wish with them...hem, stack, cuff, or all three.

    Seriously, there is no alternative. The alternative is cling on to your "non-diminished" mall brand jean.
     


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    My SG came with 37" inseam. I just hem them by cutting 4 inches off. Now i can wear them with a single cuff
     


  9. jaychiz

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    you won't find any high quality denim in shorter lengths, it costs them money to do that, so do it yourself or go buy some levi's instead
     


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    anyone know where to find the slim guy in the linen blend or chambray?

    Edit: found the cashmere
     


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    I've been instructed to do so in the past (in regards to hemming) but I just can't bring my self to do so, I feel as if it diminishes the jean as a whole. But generally I don't like to have big ass cuffs, and I'm pretty sure they aren't all (or even most) 34 inseams.

    I really want these but a a 36.5 inseam, really? Click

    And also these but 37 inseams Click



    They've already been cut to standard length and hemmed once. It shouldn't worry you to do it again.
     


  12. linkinwayne

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    They've already been cut to standard length and hemmed once. It shouldn't worry you to do it again.

    I think this has been the best response so far. [​IMG]
     


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    Reverse fade would be a great summer jean. Unfortunately its god dam cold here in Toronto.
    Nonetheless the RFs is starting to fade but not enough to justify pictures.
     


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    Reverse fade would be a great summer jean. Unfortunately its god dam cold here in Toronto.
    Nonetheless the RFs is starting to fade but not enough to justify pictures.


    Wouldn't they become an oven with that resin coating?
     




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