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Naked and famous denim

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

  1. boomer311

    boomer311 Well-Known Member

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    these are looking interesting. I am curious to see the results of this contest
     
  2. Stabilo Peter

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  3. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Well-Known Member

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    those pics got me stoked on my pair
     
  4. El Argentino

    El Argentino Well-Known Member

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    Good vintage-type fades on those eles. Sweet.
     
  5. willrh1

    willrh1 Well-Known Member

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    How often did you wear those ele's?
     
  6. dan138zig

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    coolest elephants I've seen so far. are those skinny or weird guy? size up or size down? thanks.
     
  7. okay.w0w

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    Those elephant 2s look damn good
     
  8. afixedpoint

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    Anybody own the horizontal stripe shirt in medium? Would appreciate a p2p measurement :)
     
  9. vicesman

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    hey do any of you guys have the 5oz. lightweight painter in slim guy? want to buy one for summer. i'm 6' 175. 34" around where i wear my jeans and my thighs are 23". should i get 32 or 33? seen some pics of the weird guy version and that looks too tight for me.

    Also thinking about getting the 12.5oz natural indigo in either slim guy 32 or skinny 34. Looking for a new slim straight, my apc NS sized 30 has gotten too tight in the hip and thigh area (been doing squats @ the gym lately and have gained some weight) What do you guys think?
     
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  11. autumndreams

    autumndreams Well-Known Member

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    A soak isn't necessary. As for crotch blowouts...size down as little as possible, and avoid being overly active in your jeans. If they fit perfectly now, use a belt and keep on wearing them. IME, N&F's don't stretch out on their own too much, and they should keep their shape even through months of wear.
     
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  13. Stabilo Peter

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    For the Elephant2 it's a skinny...
     
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  14. omgitswes

    omgitswes Well-Known Member

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    Weird Guy that I bought yesterday
    I like them, a little tighter around the thighs than I would like but I'm thinking they'll stretch out a little.
     
  15. linkinwayne

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    fucking hell, ITS RAWWWWWW
     
  16. jittery zeitgeist

    jittery zeitgeist Well-Known Member

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    Anybody of you got the nf x Oni collabo?

    Not sure of the size, I'm a size 30 in my WG Deep Indigos with a little room in the waist.
    Should I go with a size 30 in the Onis due to the fact they are unsanforized?

    Can I wear em right away or do I really have to do an initial soak (somehow I dont like to soak my denim right from the beginning)

    thanks!
     
  17. alwaysraw

    alwaysraw Well-Known Member

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    Sizing in this case is a personal choice. Will you eventually wash or soak the jeans? Or just wear em raw forever? My friend got his regular size same as other WGs and soaked them after 5 months. They shrunk a bit but stretched back out well and fit him great again.
     
  18. stu00a

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    I need a little help here.

    I am between 36 and 38. My thigh is huge, normally I go one size up because of my thigh.

    So, I have Weird Guy Red Weft, 36 and 38. I heard Weird Guy stretches out a lot in general, but I don't know about Red Weft though.

    Will they really stretch out? My ass and thigh is so tight right now It's hard to put my legs in 36. On the other hand 38, it's little bit roomy. And I will hot soak them after about 6 month ~ 1 year.

    What should I get? 36 or 38?
     
  19. TooAwesome

    TooAwesome Well-Known Member

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    Take pics of both fits. Stretching also depends on what you do in them. I bike too and from the gym and squat 4x a week and my frank2s stretched out nicely
     
  20. g12528

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    you squat in jeans?
     
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