The Official Men Without a Country For Farinelli's Jeans Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mauro, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. 1969

    1969 Senior member

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    Got 'em in the mail today. I'm a 34" with big thighs and fit is not an issue (though the cut in the seat gives a bit of an ass-toe). The real story here is the denim, which is going to be a nice departure from the blues, blue-reds, and blue greens of my other jeans. Well done folks.
     


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    connor Senior member

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    bakatora, dont size up. good fit
     


  3. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    got #48.

    the waist is snug and i have a lot of room in the legs. they're roomier than my skulls and the CvsF. i like the lower pockets and the fact i can get my hands in them already.

    these fuckers are fucking bombfuck. fuck. fuck having a country.
     


  4. dopey

    dopey Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    got #48.

    the waist is snug and i have a lot of room in the legs. they're roomier than my skulls and the CvsF. i like the lower pockets and the fact i can get my hands in them already.

    these fuckers are fucking bombfuck. fuck. fuck having a country.


    Have you found the holes?
     


  5. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    yah, they're all over my bank statement.
     


  6. randomkoreandude

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    MWOC #110/110: size 33

    Should I size up to a 34? It took me a while to button the front up.. definitely buttoned the bottom rivet last. :X Even still, love these jeans. Thanks, Mauro!


    def do not size up. the whole back seat looking like that is partly cuz its a bit tight, but it will stretch, and also because of how thick/hard as rock that denim is out of box, which will definitely soften up with wear.

    you want it tight so that it will stretch and form to you. looks good!!!

    mine are number 30. i still rock my CvsFs right now. ill probably switch to the MWaC once there is definitive word on contest, etc.
     


  7. Uker

    Uker Senior member

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    Ahhhh well I just bought a pair.

    Looking forward to getting them, damn... [​IMG]
     


  8. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I got mine today too. The size 32 fit me perfectly. They are definitely slim through the thighs. I guess that those leg presses have been working. Don't remember the number, but I'll report that tomorrow. The denim is very interesting, and the construction and trims are definitely solid. Also, some really nice branding (love the buffalo leather luggage tag and back patch,) which matters to me.
     


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    Any other international customers get a shipping notice yet?
     


  10. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Number 73. Looking at them in the morning light, it looks like these jeans will definitely wash to a fairly vivid, but deep, blue - great with browns. They are definitely a low rise jean. I've been wearing my higher rise, Wings+Horns slim fit jeans, and in the same size, they are considerably tighter in the top block and through the thighs. These jeans are definitely meant to be worn with a slightly dropped crotch. The trims are definitely eyecatching. I appreciate the custom fly buttons. The denim is definitely interesting - much thicker than most denim of similar weight, especially those used by American companies, but without the slubby hand of a lot of the heavier denim used by the Japanese repro companies. The initial stiffness and thickness of the denim is making my pair fall sort of wierd at the ankles right now, especially given the snugness in the top block and thighs, but i'm sure that that will fall out with a little bit of wear. I'm really interested in what Mauro and the MWaC have to say about the jeans, and the denim in particular.

    Also, thanks for the luggage tag!
     


  11. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    ^^^^yah these things look like absolute butter next to this shirt: http://www.shopfarinellis.com/pa-490...ern-shirt.aspx photographic evidence to follow shortly i wear a lot of green and brown so i'm really liking the color of these. they have a rustic vibe to them but aren't cowboyish.
     


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    APK Senior member

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    Mailman was just here. Nothing for me. [​IMG]
     


  13. randomkoreandude

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    Mailman was just here. Nothing for me. [​IMG]


    dude i hate when that happens
     


  14. APK

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    No kidding. Maybe it's for the best. I've got a critical math exam tomorrow afternoon, so fawning over new denim is probably not the best thing for me to investing my attention in right now. Hopefully I can reward myself after the exam with this otherwise worthy time investment.
     


  15. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    nice. may be selling the skulls now. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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