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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sipang, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. Keoke

    Keoke Senior member

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    Anyone tried on the new season jeans? I recently bought the navy AW12 ones (sized up one) and am curious about the updated fit and sizing.
     


  2. fishbones

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    How do you guys take care of your knits/sweaters? Hand wash as well or dry clean? (Cotton or Wool)
    I already asked Sev this but I figured I could get some different inputs as well.
     


  3. Urthwhyte

    Urthwhyte Senior member

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    Cheaper, less delicate knits I handwash and then dry flat, while anything rare or more delicate gets sent to the dry cleaners.
     


  4. Caveat

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    I wash mine on cold in a delicate garments bag. Haven't had any issues so far. I think I remember LA Guy saying the same.
     


  5. randomkoreandude

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    yeah i do most of mine in a delicate garment bag on cold on the lightest cycle and never had issues. just dont dry it. thats what messes everything up (learned from MULTIPLE experiences :()
     


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    what delicate garment bags do you use?

    i handwash mine, but i get lazy
     


  7. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    Just go to amazon and search for one. It's just a mesh bag that keeps the garment from catching on something or getting tangled up and damaged.
     


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    i actually did that, but with the number of options i had a hard time choosing
     


  9. fishbones

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    Thanks for the input guys, I appreciate it.
    So far I just handwash them, but I'm not sure what to do with my Knit Baseball Jacket since it really needs a cleaning.
    Would it shrink after the handwash?
     
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  10. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    What does the tag say? When in doubt just follow the tag.
     


  11. sleeping

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    what is the sizing like on the baseball jackets? it seems like some ervell pieces are TTS while others fit small.
     
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    Very minimally since the soaking time is short (hopefully) and hang drying will keep it from dry shrinking. I mean you have to clean it somehow right?
     


  13. whyme?

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    i was once told (and feel i've experienced) shrinking in the wash, delicate cycle or otherwise, due to the combination of water AND agitation. anyone heard this? felt i've had a few S ervell shirts turn XS after said cycle.
     


  14. 1969

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    From the webstore


    Jeans (32)
    - Waist: 34.5" (circumference)
    - Front Rise: 10.75"
    - Inseam: 32.5"
    - Leg Opening: 7" (flat, measured across)

    Jeans (34)
    - Waist: 36.5" (circumference)
    - Front Rise: 11"
    - Inseam: 32.5"
    - Leg Opening: 7.5" (flat, measured across)
     


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    Hmm I don't see measurements posted on their site yet..
     


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