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Post pics of your denim

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

  1. Christobevii3

    Christobevii3 Senior member

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    I thought FlatHead was supposed to get "epic" contrasting fades.

    My flathead f380's fade slower than my sam sv0500xx
     
  2. IIIrd Icon

    IIIrd Icon Senior member

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    since august, constant wear, probably 6 times a week, ande whalls
    fucking impossible to fade. but they're getting there. old cone mills denim
    no wash yet, just the initial soak
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    wings and horns black denim, impossible to photograph, 2 washes , 11 months
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    epic fadez
    looming [as usual [​IMG]]__ signature "3D combs" nicely wrapped around the back knees, especially on the Whall... & if there's any1 person who can break them in properly, that'd be you [cuz you've been there, done that].

    edit: it'd be nice if you could get a chance to post [or Xpost] some fit pix & macros with a short description+measurements & how you sized on them here: [for ez reference access+retrieval]

    http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...39#post3150739

    tnx [​IMG]
     
  3. enigma77

    enigma77 Senior member

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    By arthur81 at 2010-05-07


    Unlucky belt?
     
  4. Adubz

    Adubz Senior member

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    hey, great effort there, Adubz! the fadez won't be apparent until you wash [​IMG]__ you'd be surprised how much wear you got on them once you do. here's somethin' to keep you motivated: Xpost [forgot whose pair these belong to] [​IMG]
    Thanks 3rd. I guess I shouldn't babying them. It's going in for a wash soon. BTW saw your Lone Wolf boots ( or is it?) on another denim thread. NICE! i am seriously tempted but my bank account won't appreciate it much.
    Unlucky belt?
    Yes sir. Now that I look at the picture have the belt on there (for the picture) seems kinda tacky, but that belt hasn't left those jeans since I got it from Unlucky a couple of weeks ago.
     
  5. Raoul Duke

    Raoul Duke Senior member

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    Well, I've never really posted my denim on this forum, but I figured I'd give it a go. A lot of you already read superfuture, so these won't be new to you:

    SExFH05 - 2 washes, 2 soaks. Worn since June 2009 (Picutres taken in February 2010):

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  6. eseanyang

    eseanyang Senior member

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    ^ those are sick !
     
  7. d_denim

    d_denim New Member

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    How to actually post a picture?

    SOrry Such a noob..
     
  8. Adubz

    Adubz Senior member

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    Well, I've never really posted my denim on this forum, but I figured I'd give it a go. A lot of you already read superfuture, so these won't be new to you:

    SExFH05 - 2 washes, 2 soaks. Worn since June 2009 (Picutres taken in February 2010):

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    Badass jeans Raoul, did you hand wash them or did you just throw it in the washer?
     
  9. Raoul Duke

    Raoul Duke Senior member

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    Badass jeans Raoul, did you hand wash them or did you just throw it in the washer?

    Hot Machine Wash + Regular Detergent + Dryer with all my jeans.
     
  10. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    I find after a certain point in breaking in my 501 STFs that a hot machine wash and regular dryer cycle actually enhances the contrast of the fades etc. Returns the denim to a nice snug fit, too.
     
  11. geeti

    geeti Active Member

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    ^ really2 nice contrast. how often do you wear 'em in a week?
     
  12. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    About 5 days a week.
     
  13. Melo

    Melo Senior member

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    F310s, sized up one to 31 for relaxed fit

    Perfect fit man, you've just convinced me these need to be my next pair.
     
  14. Jay-D

    Jay-D Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Mr. Olive long grain Turpan raw denim slim straight in indigo - 7 months, 0 soaks, 0 washes, about to get first wash and a crotch repair
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  15. Cool The Kid

    Cool The Kid Senior member

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    ^^^Is that what you would call 'slubby' denim? Those almost look like dungarees. Interesting stuff
     
  16. c00kz

    c00kz Senior member

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    They look pretty smooth to me.
     
  17. Jay-D

    Jay-D Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Rolfi Senior member

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    looks pretty hairy to me and not slubby. slub refers to the irregularities in the weave pattern
     
  20. theom-

    theom- Senior member

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    looks pretty hairy to me and not slubby. slub refers to the irregularities in the weave pattern

    +1

    No slub, those just look hairy.
     

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