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Spurr ??

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Innocent Bystander, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. Innocent Bystander

    Innocent Bystander Well-Known Member

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    I saw these on the Farinelli Blog and thought the Pipe Leg might be a good fit. Anybody have any info on these as far as slim leg, straight, tapered? Are there measurements anywhere?
     
  2. whodini

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    How about sending emily an email or mauro a pm for that info? I'm sure they'll get back to you asap.
     
  3. FiveFiveFive

    FiveFiveFive Senior member

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    I saw these on the Farinelli Blog and thought the Pipe Leg might be a good fit. Anybody have any info on these as far as slim leg, straight, tapered? Are there measurements anywhere?

    I just picked up a pair of the Pipe Leg in 32, which is my normal size. I can PM you the measurements when I get home, but I'd say they're in the "slim, not skinny" category.
     
  4. FredSelvage

    FredSelvage Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Hello. Here are the measurements for the Spurr Pipe Rigid!


    size 30: waist 15.75, front 9, back 13.25, thigh 10.25, knee 8, hem 7.75, inseam 34.25
    size 31: waist 16, front 9.5, back 13.5, thigh 10.5, knee 8.25, hem 8, inseam 34.25
    size 32: waist 16.5, front 9.75, back 13.5, thigh 10.75, knee 8.25, hem 8, inseam 34.25
    size 33: waist 17.5, front 10, back 13.5, thigh 11, knee 8.5, hem 8.25, inseam 34.5
    size 34: waist 17.75, front 10.25, back 14.25, thigh 11.25, knee 8.5, hem 8.25, inseam 34.5
    size 36: waist 18.75, front 10.75, back 14.5, thigh 11.75, knee 8.75, hem 8.5, inseam 34.75



    If you have questions about ordering or really just anything at all, please PM Mauro or send me an email at shopfarinellis@gmail.com.
     
  5. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    not much info on these floating around on yon internet. any fit pics?
     
  6. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I am wearing a 31 in those pics and they fit perfect.
    I love these jeans and at 13.5 oz they are a good weight but the texture is butter.
    The feel yummy and they break in so nice.
    I will be doing an interview with Simon Spurr and I think it will help you guys understand were he is coming from and what Spurr is about.
    best,
    mauro
     
  8. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    I'm workin' boss.

    Which technically looks like you're workin'. Weird.
     
  9. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    Check the Farinelli blog.

    yar, that's what convinced me to order a pair. just looking around for other pics.
     
  10. Smokestack

    Smokestack Senior member

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    I've had a pair of Spurrs for a couple of years now and they age beautifully. Couldn't recommend these jeans (or any other Spurr item...I have 4 or 5 others) more.
     
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    whodini Senior member

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    Post pics!
    +1.
     
  13. Smokestack

    Smokestack Senior member

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    Here you go. The light in my apartment at night and my aging camera kept me from getting any good full jean shots but here are a few:

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    I've had these for about 2 years now and they've been in a 5-7 jean rotation during that time. I'm the rare non-fadejockey who prefers his jeans more pristine than beat up. That said, these have developed a beautiful, rich blue with nice fading around the seams and edges. And Mauro is exactly right when he says these feel like butter.

    Now, don't get me started about my Spurr slimfit selvage chinos...
     
  14. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    Here you go. The light in my apartment at night and my aging camera kept me from getting any good full jean shots but here are a few:

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    I've had these for about 2 years now and they've been in a 5-7 jean rotation during that time. I'm the rare non-fadejockey who prefers his jeans more pristine than beat up. That said, these have developed a beautiful, rich blue with nice fading around the seams and edges. And Mauro is exactly right when he says these feel like butter.

    Now, don't get me started about my Spurr slimfit selvage chinos...


    Wow man nice. I've tried on the pipe and the straight leg and they are just so soft and well made. I probably would've picked up a pair if those SExSC didn't drop.

    And the chinos... post pictures. Oh my god! Selvage chinos....1.312312rwdgdgg [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  15. whodini

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    The lap fading on those jeans is bizarre to say the least. They seem like random streaks here and there.

    Still, damn. 5-7 years? Wow.
     
  16. givemefive

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    The lap fading on those jeans is bizarre to say the least. They seem like random streaks here and there.

    Still, damn. 5-7 years? Wow.


    2 years

    5-7 jeans rotated.
     
  17. bdr3

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    I know the pipe leg are zip-fly, but can anyone comment on whether the classic straights are button or zip-fly? Thanks.
     
  18. ClassicGarnish

    ClassicGarnish Senior member

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    oh, anywhere to buy these besides farinelli's? tragically they've sold out of my size before the sale.
     
  19. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    2 years

    5-7 jeans rotated.

    Ha, totally read that wrong. Still, impressive for that amount of time, then. Barney's might still have them/carry them.
     
  20. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    spurr interview
    fair assessment?
     

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