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Naked and famous denim

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

  1. Mistral

    Mistral Senior member

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    Leg twist is is characteristic for LHT/RHT. Soaking it before it gets sewn will make little to no difference, I guess.

    Also, leg twist comes gradually, mostly with multiple washes.
     
  2. Ponyboy312

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    I got 90 degree leg twist on my momo201s after one [triple] soak. Doesn't bother me none.
     
  3. Will19

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    Does it look good?sorry fot the bad pict.nf weird guy lht
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  4. Ponyboy312

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    Good fit.
     
  5. Numbernine

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    Your seam runs down the front center of your leg and it dosent bother you ??? Really?
     
  6. Numbernine

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    Look good .Ive got an unworn pair hanging in my closet.Makes me want to get them out
     
  7. Ecco

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    +1 on the good fit. LHT get some really nice fades as well, so a great choice on your part. I think if you sized down one more you'd end up too tight in the thighs.
     
  8. crosswound

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    yea if he went down one it def be tight in the thighs. :nodding:
     
  9. Mistral

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    Look good, there is excess fabric bunching near the bottom of the topblock. He could have gone down one, if he managed to fit in the waist, with no problem. Would have stretched out to a perfect fit.

    But a good fit nonetheless.
     
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    I agree with this.

    I think it's really up to how he wants them to look at this point - there is nothing wrong with the current fit at all, looks good, but if you could button up a size down without too much of a struggle and the thighs were tight I would personally size down one (my LHT almost stretched out 2 full sizes at 18 months old)
     
  11. flatspotting

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    Alright time to post em up... here is my LHT at about 18 months, this is after 4 washes, they are actually in for wash 5 right now - if they come out looking much different ill post more pics.



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  12. Will19

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    Thank you guys. That's size 28,the smallest the store had, I have no difficulty in wearing it.
    Mistral it's the nf that I said at momo thread,my copper label sz 28 is on its way now,gonna get it in around 3 days.from the measurement I expect it to be a little tighter on it right?
     
  13. mazered

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    Are NF sanforized denim? Do they need to be presoaked?
     
  14. Ecco

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    Most N&F offerings are sanforized, with a couple of exceptions from some of the collabs. Presoaking is a personal preference more necessary with unsanforized denim.
     
  15. Mistral

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    The Momo's will be significantly tighter. Not only the waist will be smaller as the WG runs two inches larger than tagsize, while the Momo's run slightly larger than tag. Also, the WG has a fairly roomy thigh area. Copper Labels are not so forgiving in that area and the fabric is a bitch to stretch.

    But since your WG's are a tad roomy in the topblock I have good hope that you'll fit into the Copper Labels.
     
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  16. Numbernine

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    these look really good when you say wash is it machine or tub soak
     
  17. Ecco

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    Wash = soak + soap + cleaning motion.

    Soak = water
     
  18. flatspotting

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    lol

    Thank you,

    and wash, I mean machine.... they should be dry this morning... i should go take a look at them....


    Alright well they look very similar to pre-wash, maybe a bit more contrast in some areas from a tiny bit of dye loss but nothing significant.

    Same as every wash on these, they were machine washed on cold/warm inside out with Woolite Extra Dark by themselves.
     
  19. Numbernine

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    thank you sir
    so ecco if I placed my jeans in a tub of water in which soap has been distributed but do not use a cleaning motion this would seem to put me in some nether region between wash and soak . will I ruin my jawnz????
     
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  20. Ecco

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    You're in soak/wash purgatory my friend. Type should I clean my jeans by just putting them in soapy water in google and read some of the guides that pop up. Unreal.

    The only way I can see you ruining your jeans with the decision to soak or wash is if you throw them in the dryer above low. Honestly if your jeans are dirty wash them. Don't be that guy.
     
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