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PRICE DROP: FS: 3sixteen SL-100x indigo sz 28 30" inseam worn ~5 times

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by yeonjhwang, Apr 11, 2013.

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  1. yeonjhwang

    yeonjhwang Member

    Sep 26, 2012
    This is the straight leg indigo selvedge jeans by 3sixteen. Check them out at http://www.3sixteen.com/collections/denim/products/sl100x-straight-raw-indigo-selvedge-denim

    Made of 14.5 oz denim from Kuroki MIll in Japan. It says straight leg, but they are slightly tapered from knee down.

    Had them chainstitch hemmed to a 30" inseam by Blue Owl. Wore them about 5 times before realizing I needed a 29. They were soaked once before being hemmed. The denim is really great, very soft and thick. When I soaked them almost no indigo was lost. I've owned Levi's shrink to fits, APC NS, and white oak cone mill denim, and none of them have been as substantial and soft. They others also lose a lot more indigo when soaked/washed. These are definitely some of the highest quality jeans found in the 150-250 dollar range (maybe even more expensive). There is no noticeable fading except a little bit at the crotch. Excellent condition and great for short people.

    Waist: 15"
    Thigh: 11"
    Knee: 8"
    Leg Opening: 7.5"
    Inseam: 30"
    These measurements are slightly different from what is found on the 3sixteen website, probably due to different measuring methods and stretching. I measured the thigh an inch down from the crotch. The waist stretched out an inch, and unfortunately refused to stretch another.

    Great jeans, great price! $150 >> $100 shipped, CONUS. Thanks for looking!
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2013
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