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New Without Tags - Gustin 16oz Heavy Black x Coal Japan Selvedge - Size 34 Slim

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by DsRyan23, Apr 19, 2016.

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    Gustin Heavy Black x Coal

    16oz Japanese Selvedge Jeans

    Size 34 Slim

    Black Warp with a Charcoal/Blackish-Grey Weft

    You can also see a bit of slubbiness in the pictures, truly nice looking and unique

    I am about a Size 31, and decided to go with a size 34 due to the extra long inseam so I could roll or possibly double roll them to show off the weft. Dumb mistake, these are way too big on me. Wish I would have ordered a size 31 or 32.

    New without tags, only tried on.

    This particular pair have an EXTRA LONG inseam which they are not supposed to come with. This can be a big plus if you want to roll them or double roll them, or you could get them hemmed shorter for like 5 bucks, the possibilities are endless with this particular pair.

    Measurements laid flat:
    Waist: 17"
    Thigh at crotch: 12.5"
    Leg Opening: 7.5"
    Inseam: 39.5"

    This version is extra dense at 16oz and is sure to take as much abuse as you can dish out. It's highly starched for an extra crisp hand, which should make for great creasing and wear-in. You can also detect nice slubiness in the weft yarn. This style uses a rich, dark black warp woven with a dark charcoal weft. It's finished with a thin black ID. To keep the dark look going we’re sewing these up with tonal thread and a black patch. This is serious fabric for those seeking a blue alternative.

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