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Naked & Famous Linen Blend, Chinos, Reverse Fade and Nudie Slim Jims

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by AlexInExile, May 10, 2012.

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  1. AlexInExile

    AlexInExile Senior member

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    I'm in the proces of cleaning out my closet and realized that I have far too many pants I don't wear enough. Everything is in great condition and prices include USPS Priority Mail for CONUS.

    Naked & Famous Linen Blend (Weird Guy):
    I've had these hemmed and had the waist taken in. Worn a couple of times and they have been soaked once.

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    Fit Description: Low rise, Tapered leg
    *Fabric: Linen/Cotton blend. Striped interior.
    *Color: Indigo Greycast
    *Weight: 8oz
    *Composition: 80% Cotton / 20% Linen
    *Fabric Origin: Japan | Made in Canada

    Tagged Size- 31 (but fits a 30 great)
    Measurements (BiG style):
    Waist: 15
    Thigh: 11
    Opening: 7
    Inseam: 31.5

    Retail was $138, your's for $60 $55 shipped SOLD

    Naked and Famous "Weird Guy" 13oz Selvedge Chino in Beige (Weird Guy):
    I've had these for about 6 months, worn them 20 or so times. They have been hemmed and have yet to wash them.

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    13oz light weight selvedge chino made in Japan
    * Exposed coin pocket selvedge
    * 5 pocket, button fly closure
    * 100% cotton
    * Assembled in Canada, Fabric from Japan

    Tagged Size- 30
    Measurements (BiG style):
    Waist: 15.5
    Thigh: 11.5
    Opening: 7.25
    Inseam: 32

    Retail was $145, your's for$65 $60 shipped SOLD

    Naked & Famous BARNEYS NEW YORK Exclusive Coated Reverse Fade Denim (Skinny Guy):
    I've had these for about 10 months and worn them 20 or so times. They are starting to fade nicely and haven't been washed yet. I have had them hemmed. They are starting to get quite soft and comfy, but I just never find myself wearing them enough

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    *Made in Canada from 100% Japanese cotton denim
    *Chain stitching throughout (Coin pocket, back pockets & hems)
    *Signature N&F graphic leather patch at rear in dark blue (almost black)
    *Metal rivets on front
    *Button fly

    Tagged Size- 32
    Measurements (BiG style):
    Waist: 16
    Thigh: 10.5
    Opening: 7.25
    Inseam: 32

    Retail was $179, your's for $75 $70 $55 shipped

    Slim Jim Dry Broken Twill Jeans: Purchased from another Styleforum member and I've worn them about 20 times. Everything is fading nicely and the jeans are in great condition.
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    "12 oz Italian broken twill denim in pure redcast indigo. The broken twill construction gives a special body to the fabric that emphasizes the irregularities and the slubs of the warp. All dry denim should be worn at least six months before washing as this will give a fantastic natural worn in look. Nudie orange threads allover and orange back pocket embo. Copper trims. 100% cotton. Made in Italy."

    Tagged Size- 29x32
    Measurements (BiG style):
    Waist: 15
    Thigh: 10
    Opening: 7
    Inseam: 31.5

    Retail was $179, your's for $70 $65 $60 shipped SOLD
     

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    Actually I am interested, but one potentially noob question

    Can you take the hem out of pants? If the inseams were 34 I would shoot you an offer
     


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    Sorry the hem cannot be taken out. Thanks for the interest.
     


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