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Raleigh Nash Staight Leg Selvege Denim 34 w/minimal wear

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by bimper, Aug 19, 2012.

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  1. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale: sz 34 Raleigh Nash raw straight leg jeans. I picked these up just about one year ago an Unionmade in SF, and have been very slowly attempting breaking them in. I've worn them 12-15 times, typically just for a few hours at a time. Whiskering/fading patterns are just barely beginning to be visible. I had them professionally hemmed at Self Edge in San Francisco, though I'll note that the inside hem line on the right leg must of got caught on something, and is a bit ragged (see pic)--the stitching itself is intact, though, so I don't think this is much of a big deal.

    I've concluded that they aren't the best fit for me, plus I'm drifting away from heavy-duty jeans-wearing. They're excellent quality jeans made with 12.5 oz. selvage denim from the Cone Denim White Oak plant. Retail is $275. $115 shipped Conus for these ones (paypal please).

    waist: 35"
    front rise: 10.5:
    back rise: 15"
    thigh: 11"
    knee: 9"
    hem: 8.5"
    inseam: 30.5"
    outseam: 40.5"

    http://www.unionmadegoods.com/Raleigh_Denim_Nash_Raw_Straight_Fit_778.html

    http://www.raleighworkshop.com/
     

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