The Unbranded Brand Jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mejoshua, Nov 17, 2009.

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    i like the rivets they used.
     


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    i figure, why not experiment with a denim that no one has ever really tried out?

    Well for one, this thread is over a year old and hundreds or thousands of people HAVE tried them out, and there are tons of pics already out there.
     


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    But there are only a handful that have shown great wear and progress
     


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    Well for one, this thread is over a year old and hundreds or thousands of people HAVE tried them out, and there are tons of pics already out there.

    You're correct, there's a ton of people who have tried out The Unbranded Brand. However, in comparison to the number of reviews and photos from denim brands that are more established, there's a pretty large disparity that exists.
     


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    i believe UO has dropped the brand.

    will the still keep producing their jeans?
     


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    I'd probably pick these up if I could find them at $20-40 like some people seem to have.
     


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    i believe UO has dropped the brand.

    will the still keep producing their jeans?


    I'm pretty sure they are still being produced, I saw them at American Rag for full price the other day.
     


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    i believe UO has dropped the brand.

    will the still keep producing their jeans?


    I spoke with a guy at UO - and I have no idea whether he had any idea what he was talking about - who said that they were going to stop carrying Unbranded but start carrying the same jeans under the BDG (house) label, and that it would still be a collab with N&F. Again, no idea whether this is actually the case.

    Also, x-post from "how do you rock" thread:

    UO Unbranded skinny fit in grey, size 30 (TTS):

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    Not put together very well, although some of the details - hidden rivets, donut buttons, and hidden coin pocket selvage - are actually better than the details on real (made in Canada) N&Fs. Stitching isn't that great or even, and they didn't sew the area above the hidden rivets shut for some reason. I like the cut (especially the long inseam) and color (not like any other jeans I own), though.
     


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    just picked up a pair for $10 at UO. I got Skinny in 32". I am a TTS 32", but these jeans are TIGHT. Waist, thighs and knees are all extremely fitted. I can button the jeans to the top, but it is definitely uncomfortable. It's pretty difficult to go to a squat position in them. Can't fit my wallet and keys in my pockets either.

    How much will these stretch? I'm thinking about breaking them in on weekends/after work. The way they fit now, I can't wear them for regular wear. I need at least an inch or more of stretch in the waist for them to fit comfortably. Should i even bother? Help?
     


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    Yeah they'll stretch out enough for you, but prepare for the main button to pop off as soon as they get comfortable.
     


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    Someone's advice from a while back was possibly just wearing them without the top button being buttoned until they stretch out enough...It's arguable that leaving the top button open wouldn't allow for the most stretch but it might help stop the button from popping off from stretching too fast lol
     


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    I spoke with a guy at UO - and I have no idea whether he had any idea what he was talking about - who said that they were going to stop carrying Unbranded but start carrying the same jeans under the BDG (house) label, and that it would still be a collab with N&F. Again, no idea whether this is actually the case.

    yeah they do make similar BDG's now. Though I do not know if they are still the N&F unbranded.
     


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    Yeah they'll stretch out enough for you, but prepare for the main button to pop off as soon as they get comfortable.

    Alright. I guess i just gotta suck it up. But shit, these jeans are tight. I'm gonna wear them and go jogging or something.
     


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    im wearing mine right now [​IMG]
     


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