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Thighs & Ass!!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JoMak_NYC, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. JoMak_NYC

    JoMak_NYC Senior Member

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    I just bought a pair of Salt Works jeans (Rivington Relaxed Straight - Midnite Wash). I love them. Someone on this board mention SW jeans 'feel cool', I know what he's talking about now.

    So what's the prob? Well I went with a size 34 and everything but the butt & upper thigh area is perfect. I dunno if I should juet keep them and let them break in and loosen up (they do squeeze the 'boys' a bit). Or should I exchange them for a 36? I know from experience that most denim will stretch but there is lycra in these - does that make a difference?

    What to do meng!!

    PS: Where are 35's when you need them.

    Help please.............
     


  2. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    It's a lot of work to stretch out washed jeans, as compared to dry ones. If "the boys" are feeling the squeeze, go a size up. If they don't have 35 (frowns), go for the 36. My $0.02.
     


  3. cmrocks

    cmrocks Senior Member

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    I would keep the 34s. I have a pair of Diesel washed jeans that stretch out an entire size about wearing them for a day.
     


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