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Letting this one go, pretty much brand new. Willing to let go for $55 if anyone is interested. Was originally $125+tax. Size XS. 2 other people have purchased from me on here so if needed I’ll try to have them vouch for me.
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looking to buy these off a seller, but they don't know any details on the denim.

Does anyone know:
1) The Weight?
2) Denim Type?(are they cone denim from white oak mill?)
3) Does it look like the one-wash or rigid finish?

Any details or help would be appreciated, thanks!
 

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Fenderplyr

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looking to buy these off a seller, but they don't know any details on the denim.

Does anyone know:
1) The Weight?
2) Denim Type?(are they cone denim from white oak mill?)
3) Does it look like the one-wash or rigid finish?

Any details or help would be appreciated, thanks!
Denim looks a little too uneven to be from cone Mills. Best bet would be to get a picture of the pocket bag that tells you
 

Pretext

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looking to buy these off a seller, but they don't know any details on the denim.

Does anyone know:
1) The Weight?
2) Denim Type?(are they cone denim from white oak mill?)
3) Does it look like the one-wash or rigid finish?

Any details or help would be appreciated, thanks!
Clearly a one wash, look at the roping and I Think its japanese Denim. Almost all jeans that are not limited consist of Japanese denim
 

SLCRich

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Any chance you can post a fit pic of the sweater. Thinking about ordering one myself. Thanks
Got you fam. I'm 5 9, 5 10 on a good day (6 feet if you're a female lurker tho), 165-170lbs (depending on how much ice cream I ate that day) ideal size medium except for my t rex arms. Last picture has the sleeve cuffed which is perfect for me. I'd rock this like the last picture (buttoned and sleeve cuff) or first picture but a sleeve cuff. I'm a 32 or 33 sleeve for reference too. #longlivethebathroompics

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Got you fam. I'm 5 9, 5 10 on a good day (6 feet if you're a female lurker tho), 165-170lbs (depending on how much ice cream I ate that day) ideal size medium except for my t rex arms. Last picture has the sleeve cuffed which is perfect for me. I'd rock this like the last picture (buttoned and sleeve cuff) or first picture but a sleeve cuff. I'm a 32 or 33 sleeve for reference too. #longlivethebathroompics

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Looks too big. Let me take it off your hands :)
 

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