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SOLD - Self Edge x Dry Bones SEXDBXS09 selvedge denim - tag 29 - perfect fades

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Jan 29, 2016.

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    Self Edge x Dry Bones SEXDBXS09 selvedge denim
    Tag 29 (fit approx. like a size 30)
    Made in Japan

    Perfectly faded pair of Dry Bones. I consider these pretty much a grail fade; very high contrast natural fades with no repairs and no need for repairs. The crotch has held up beautifully. The stitching in the crotch area is totally sound. The only thing to mention in that regard is a very small hole forming at the end of a lap whisker (see photo, it's fine now but may eventually lead to the need for standard re-enforcement in the crotch area). I can't take credit for this fine wear as I grabbed them a while back from a SUFU member and found them to be a touch small for me in the thigh. He said they were worn for 11 months, soaked twice and given a single hand-wash with Brommer's soap followed by a line-dry. The jeans are very clean inside and out with no surprises whatsoever. Hems are chainstitched.

    Actual measurements given in inches and taken with jeans laid flat....

    waist 15 3/8
    inseam 29 3/4
    f. rise 8.5
    r. rise 13 1/8
    thigh 11
    knee 8
    leg opening 7 5/8

    Conus shipping will be a flat rate of $11 for Priority mail.

    PM me with any questions.
     

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