- Nov 15, 2010
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I could very much see you in those. I got a pair myself, love them.Also. I legit want these:
An all new denim and all new fit for the GETHSEMANE collection from Rick Owens. A very interesting 16oz black denim which has a sulfur dyed warp and reactive dyed weft for maximum fading character. This version of the GETH jean was exclusively produced for Self Edge without set-in creases in...www.selfedge.com
They're actually cut somewhat slim in the hips and upper seat, especially considering how wide they are below the top block of the jean. They have a fairly high rise too, and are meant to be worn pulled up like pair of slacks from the 50's.In the past year and a half, I've found myself in oversized plain black gi pants (so, nothing that I would wear in competition, but they have a similar silhouette) paired with low top chuck-alikes or Vans slip ons. The perfect thing for working from home, shooting some baskets, etc.. with zero loss of mobility. and made from material that is durable and reinforced (they do have to take years of strong grown men using them as leverage, or you using them as leverage againts them).
So these look like juuuuuut that ticket. H the how would you descirbe the fit through the hips seat, and front?
I think they can take wash regimen but I'm not sure if they're the best choice for gym, if by extension you mean work out in them! Some of them are too beefy and they they'll constrain you!Can anybody speak to how “fussy” (for lack of a better word) the henleys are from MBS, Pure Blue, Stevenson, Studio D’Artisan? Can they stand up to (reasonably) hard wear/low spin washes/low dry cycles without getting completely wrecked?
They’d primarily be used for gym wear, and there’s zero chance I line dry T-shirts, but they also look flipping awesome, so I’m at a bit of a crossroads.