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Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.

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  1. bawlin

    bawlin Senior member

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    How high can you lift your legs? My 15.5's came in as well - gigantic in the waist but so effing tight I can barely move my legs.
     
  2. SirGrotius

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    I like how those look. That's the idea to be tight, IME.
     
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  4. JosephD

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    I like how they look but they seem really tight, I can lift my legs though because of the stretch in the denim
     
  5. barrettdudley

    barrettdudley Senior member

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    They look great. Don't size up. They'll stretch.
     
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  6. JosephD

    JosephD Well-Known Member

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    Okay keeping that size thanks for the comments everyone
     
  7. mugatu

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    that's exactly how they should fit.. 15.5 being the (super) skinny model, if you find them too tight why not try the D01 slims or D03 straight.. FWIW i own a pair of each (D01,D02,D03) :nodding:
     
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  8. neonrider

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    if anything, you should size down. 15.5s should fit you precisely at the waist. they will stretch a bit at the knees, but mostly you just need to get used to them. if they're already big at the waist, they're going to stretch out quite a bit more at the waist than in the legs, and give you a carrot shape that really doesn't look good.
     
  9. bawlin

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    Do the thighs stretch?
     
  10. KYeezy

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    Has anyone ever taken in their SLP jeans at the waist?

    Recently picked up a pair of D02 wax denim, tried the 30's fit nearly perfect at the waist, but way to tight on my legs to the point i struggled trying to sit. Went with the 31, a lot more comfort all around but a bit of extra space in the waist, so i'm thinking about taking it in.

    Any suggestions? Leave it as is, or take it in?
     
  11. Thatsteez

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    How are the NY boutiques looking in terms of new arrivals from the Fall collection? More specifically shoes/boots.
     
  12. Somatic

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    Do the high top sneakers fit true to size or should I size down one? I think I remember reading it on another forum that they run large.


    I'm tempted to finally pull the trigger on these later next month... I'm hoping they size similar to the regular high tops.
     
  13. sawedust

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    They run large, about a half size in my experience.
     
  14. eugen eugen

    eugen eugen Senior member

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    the high tops run about one size bigger. this being compared to your usual sneakers( not high fashion) e.g vans, nike, aciscs. Im a 43-44 in nike, 43 in vans, 41(!) in common projects and sant laurent sl12 high tops fit great in sz 42( still a little space, 41 would be to small though ). hope this helps
     
  15. ExAngel

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    The sneakers are true to size.
     
  16. keanswon

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    I wear 40 in Common Projects. 40 in the SLP classic white high tops fit slightly smaller than the CP Achilles in 40, and 40.5 in the SLP fit slightly larger than the CP Achilles in 40. I went with the 40.5 and put in a thin insole.
     
  17. KYeezy

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    The sneakers fit half a size bigger. Depends on your feet, if you tend to have wide feet than I would advise staying TTS. If you have narrow feet than 0.5 size down would fit perfectly snug.
     
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  18. Somatic

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    Got it, thanks gents!
     
  19. Adamdraps

    Adamdraps Senior member

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    The best advice
     
  20. Johnson184

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    Anyone here own any of the SLP suede boots? I like them, but I'm thinking you'll get a lot of denim fade onto them from jeans. Never owned a suede shoes or boots before. Is staining from jeans a problem?
     

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