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PRPS Noir Rambler slim cut jeans, size 30, beige, mint condition, japanese selvedge denim

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Price drop!

Take a break from all that dark denim and try something different. These are from PRPS's high end denim line, PRPS Noir. All designed in NYC and manufactured in Japan. The denim is a nice heavyweight selvedge - 13 or 14 ounce at least. Lots of cool details like the sewn rivets, the signature PRPS folded back pocket design, brass-color buttons, and cracked leather patch.

PRPS does some nice distressing on their Noir line without going overboard - just creases and some light wear and fades. Looks very natural (check out the closeup of the combs). All the wear is part of the original distressing - I only wore these a couple times (they were a bit too slim for me). No rips or stains. Have not been washed.

I bought these at Barneys on sale (MSRP was $500). Selling for $200 --> $175 --> $165 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates.

Same cut / style as these selling for $622 on Farfetch.

Measurements:
Waist: 15.75"
Inseam: 33.25"
Rise: 9 7/8"
Thigh: 11"
Knee: 8 3/8"
Leg opening: 7 3/8"
 

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whywhy

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What waist size is it for ? In other words, if it fits you well, whats your size? Thanks
 
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