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Post pics of your denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mike C., May 16, 2005.

  1. digital_denim

    digital_denim Senior member

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    Ok here's the thumbs with working links.
    The color is darker in real life.
    Also kinda bummed about the bottoms getting tore up a little, but I never shortened these and they don't drag when I wear shoes. But I don't wear shoes in the house, so they drag there. Due to the scrunching up with shoes, they do have some creases developing there. Trying to decide if I want to hem these shorter eventually.

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  2. cultpop 0217

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    those jeans are terrific. they look tough as hell and the color is awesome. are they basically a 501 repo type fit or do they have a slight bootleg? and are you wearing those pretty snug or what?
    awesome. those might be my next pair of jeans.
     
  3. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    them sure is good looking, digi-d. tight.
     
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  5. digital_denim

    digital_denim Senior member

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    and are you wearing those pretty snug or what?
    awesome.

    Thanks for all the comments.
    If you look at this pic, you can see button shaped fading. So yes,these are snug on but not ball crushing snug.

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  6. HEWSINATOR

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    Those look great. I've always loved the way greycast Nudies turn out.
     
  8. Geowu

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    HEWSINATOR -- Welcome to SF.

    Good fade, good pics [​IMG]
     
  9. weirdnjfan1

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    I just got back from Woodbridge Center Mall and picked up a pair of H&M SLIQs. I had to go all the way up to a size 31, due to the fact that the fit so tight. I'll post some pictures later on.
     
  10. weirdnjfan1

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    As promised, even though they are a little late, here are the pictures. Front: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9428575...n/photostream/ Back: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9428575...n/photostream/ Pocket Detail: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9428575...n/photostream/ Selvage?: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9428575...n/photostream/ Back Close: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9428575...n/photostream/ Front Close: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9428575...n/photostream/ Tags: http://www.flickr.com/photos/94285752@N00/133225537/ I also need a opinion. Has anyone had any experience with dry H&M Jeans before? As you can see see on the tags, the jeans are a 31 waist. I usually wear a 29 or a 30, depending on the jean and had to go all the way up to a 31 due to the fact that the were so tight, I tried on my regular waist and a 30, but they were both too tight. The thing that I was worried about is since dry denim shrinks when you first wash it, I was wondering if I should go up to a 32 waist? A tag on the jeans says that when you first wash these, they shrink 5%. I was thinking, if I go up to the 32 waist they would be a little bigger and would shrink down to almost my nautral waist. Here's the pic of my waist. Sorry for the crappy quality, it wasn't bright enough in my house. http://www.flickr.com/photos/94285752@N00/133225538/ Please help me. Edit: We need to figure out how to get flickr working here.
     
  11. HEWSINATOR

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    That is not selvedge, though I think this may be what some are referencing when they speak of "fake" selvedge.
     
  12. weirdnjfan1

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    Yeah, I was pretty sure that it was fake. I wasn't asking if it was real or not I was just implying that it was fake.
     
  13. sonick

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    Nope its not fake selvedge at all.. Just your plain ordinary old chainstitch. They are not trying to fake anything there.
     
  14. breakfasteatre

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    over 7 months, guess the vintage
     
  15. nairb49

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    Those your STFs bfasteater?
     
  16. breakfasteatre

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    Those your STFs bfasteater?

    yeah, lol
     
  17. capnpyro

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    Kicking Mule Workshop, 1980 cut. ~4 weeks now, I think.

    [I want these jeans]

    Nothing special, but so far so good.

    Ok here's the thumbs with working links.
    The color is darker in real life.
    Also kinda bummed about the bottoms getting tore up a little, but I never shortened these and they don't drag when I wear shoes. But I don't wear shoes in the house, so they drag there. Due to the scrunching up with shoes, they do have some creases developing there. Trying to decide if I want to hem these shorter eventually.

    [Pics of killer Dartisan jeans]


    Both of those are my two recent favorites, the colors and details are fantastic! Where could a regular bloke order a pair of these?

    Here's my Bootcut Ola's at 6 months, not quite as interesting as your guys
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  18. denimdestroyedmylife

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    Denimbar carries Kicking Mule Workshop, I got mine at Ron Herman (Fred Segal Melrose). Denimbar will do mail order and all that and has good prices.
     
  20. breakfasteatre

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    Nice lap fade, LOYD. [​IMG]

    [​IMG] man do i hate that acronym! hahahaha
     

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