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Post pics of your denim

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

  1. capnpyro

    capnpyro Senior member

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    What's LOYD stand for?
     
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    What's LOYD stand for?

    lying on your driveway
     
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    I don't get it?
     
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    I believe it's his Superfuture screenname.
     
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    heres some pics of my rrls that i picked up at burlington coat factory for 15.99.
    enjoy.
    selvage:
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    coinpocket:
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    leather tag:
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    back pocket stitching:
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    wearing:
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    It's hard to tell much about them from the dressing room security camera pics, but that's a hell of a great price! I thought picking them up off eBay was fairly cheap, but you have those guys beat.
     
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    i havent seen these on ebay... they are different than the bootcuts that were all over. these are usa made, not japan, and actually fit true to size.
     
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    H&M "&denim" jeans, about 2 months old. Just did a soak while wearing them. Unfortunately, they shrank about an inch in the length and now seem short without shoes on. Luckily, they still fit okay with jack purcells. If other people are looking into some cheap raw denim, these are made of a very thin fabric compared to other raw jeans i have tried (nudies and earnest sewn) and they wear in quickly. After about a month of wear and no wash, they really started to feel like prewashed jeans in their quality of fabric. Here we go, H&M straight-leg, lowrise. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Woah all that wear in two months? They look great. Ridiculous honey combs and great pocket wear.
     
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    Woah all that wear in two months? They look great. Ridiculous honey combs and great pocket wear.

    Seriously [​IMG] How much were they, block? And how long do you think they'll hold up for? They're pretty cool.
     
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    ahah, thanks, guys. The honeycombs are pretty sweet in person, but they're not very stiff at all.

    @turbozed - They cost me $50 CAN, and i'm just starting to see some ripping in the coin pocket (i keep an altoid tin in there). They should hold up for a couple more months, and then I'll get myself something higher quality.
     
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    Cheapmuthafkr, do you have pre-cognitive ablities? How come you can always find good stuff for dirt cheap?
     
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    Fucking sweet wear block.
     
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    H&M "&denim" jeans, about 2 months old.

    Just did a soak while wearing them. Unfortunately, they shrank about an inch in the length and now seem short without shoes on. Luckily, they still fit okay with jack purcells.

    If other people are looking into some cheap raw denim, these are made of a very thin fabric compared to other raw jeans i have tried (nudies and earnest sewn) and they wear in quickly. After about a month of wear and no wash, they really started to feel like prewashed jeans in their quality of fabric.

    Here we go, H&M straight-leg, lowrise.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    Block, those are are ill as hell. I can't wait till I start on mine. What size did you wind up getting?
     
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    @weirdnjfan1 - I got 31, my normal waist. They were tight as hell the first couple days (as in... I had to breathe in to get the top button on) but stretched very quickly. They are still tight in the crotch, however, and I would probably size up slightly if i were going to get them again.
     
  17. weirdnjfan1

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    @weirdnjfan1 - I got 31, my normal waist. They were tight as hell the first couple days (as in... I had to breathe in to get the top button on) but stretched very quickly. They are still tight in the crotch, however, and I would probably size up slightly if i were going to get them again.

    Yeah, I had to do the same thing with mine. I'm usually a 29-30 waist, but due to the extreme tightness of the 29 and 30 waist, I had to go all the way up to a 31. Also, the shortness of the legs doesn't look that bad, if you didn't say anything, then we wouldn't of noticed.
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    When I feel like something different than my rigid Skinners. Also, these aren't as testicle-constrictingly tight as the Skinners, so good for summer. And plus, now I can pick up hot shallow girls [​IMG]
     
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    Well, there ARE people who roll around in salt water at the beach in their brand new jeans.

    Speaking of my Skinners, I took a seam ripper to the back pockets a few days ago:

    [​IMG]
     
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