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Size 28-30 Denim - Rag & Bone, Paul Smith Red Ear, Blue Blood, PRPS

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by cchen, May 12, 2015.

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    Rag and Bone RB-23 Jay Jeans. These are in one-wash, lightweight denim. By handfeel I'm guessing they're about 10-11oz, so great for the spring/summer. Made in the USA.
    Measurements:
    Waist: 14.25
    Front rise: 9
    Leg opening: 6.75
    Inseam: 31

    Asking $OLD

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    Rare Red Ear by Paul Smith selvage eans made in Japan and have been gently worn.
    Measurements:
    Waist: 14.5"
    Front rise: 10
    Leg opening: 8
    Inseam: 29

    Asking $125

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    BNWT Blue Blood jeans. This is from the last run that was made in Japan, before the brand went downhill. 12 oz Kaihara selvage denim and an amazing wash with repairs.
    Measurements
    Waist: 14.25
    Front rise: 9.75
    Leg opening: 6.5
    Inseam: 32

    Asking $OLD

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    BNWT PRPS Goods & Co dusty blue colored jeans. Made in China.
    Measurements
    Waist: 15
    Front rise: 9
    Leg opening: 6.75
    Inseam: 33.5

    Asking $OLD

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