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Naked and famous denim

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

  1. foxfire

    foxfire Member

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    Bought the Elephant WeirdGuys. Pics when they arrive. Super excited [​IMG]
     


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    post some pics eh
     


  3. jaychiz

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    i dont know

    i meant how can you make them shrink if they're sanforized
     


  4. cb_32

    cb_32 Senior member

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    i meant how can you make them shrink if they're sanforized

    ohh, i hear they still shrink a little when washed
     


  5. ghdvfddzgzdzg

    ghdvfddzgzdzg Senior member

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    Should I size up for heavyweight? This is a general question, I guess. The heaviest I've worn is 15oz, and they were my first pair of raw denim haha.

    I found that the 24s are way way smaller than the normal N&F sizing. Unless I had an off pair I tried on, I recommend going at least 2 sizes larger than your normal N&F size.
     


  6. blazingazn

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    I found that the 24s are way way smaller than the normal N&F sizing. Unless I had an off pair I tried on, I recommend going at least 2 sizes larger than your normal N&F size.

    You would be correct.

    Wearing a 24oz right now.

    I'm usually a 30, and the 24oz size 32 fit me well.
     


  7. blazingazn

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    I found that the 24s are way way smaller than the normal N&F sizing. Unless I had an off pair I tried on, I recommend going at least 2 sizes larger than your normal N&F size.

    You would be correct.

    Wearing a 24oz right now.

    I'm usually a 30, and the 24oz size 32 fit me well.
     


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    Eek!
    I've got a pair of 19oz "elephant" Slim Guys TTS in the mail.
    I really hope they don't shrink too much after soaking and that they're assembled without too much "creativity" in regards of the expected measurements
    I'll post my (hopefully positive) impressions as soon as i get my hands on them
     


  9. Johnny5

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    Erm how's the fabric and construction??
     


  10. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters OG Affiliate Vendor

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    Slim Guy / Natural Indigo Selvedge / $140.00 w/ free shipping in USA / NOW IN STOCK 30 > 38
     


  11. Leif-fire-eater

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    does the elephant denim slim guy have a zip fly or a button fly? I love the slim guy cut, wearing a pair now, but I'm not a fan of the zip fly.
     


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    Erm how's the fabric and construction??

    pretty fucking good for what youre paying
     


  13. blazingazn

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    Just got my 24oz jeans last week and the crotch has some kind of seam coming out [​IMG] I'm disappointed. Is this anything I should be concerned about? It seems like they just didn't fold over enough fabric with they sewed it up. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    Just email the company directly and they should exchange them for you. I bought a pair of N and F jeans in San Diego earlier this year and didn't notice a similar tear in the crotch until I got back home. Not wanting to deal with cross-border shipping, out of stocks at the store, etc, etc I simply contacted N and F directly by email and they were great.

    Give 'em a shout.
     


  15. blazingazn

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    Just email the company directly and they should exchange them for you. I bought a pair of N and F jeans in San Diego earlier this year and didn't notice a similar tear in the crotch until I got back home. Not wanting to deal with cross-border shipping, out of stocks at the store, etc, etc I simply contacted N and F directly by email and they were great.

    Give 'em a shout.


    Cool, I'll do it up, let you know the results.

    I'll get some fit pics in soon. They fit great otherwise.
     


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