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Uneven honycombs

blackplatano

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My honeycombs are uneven. One is spread and 3D, the other is tighter. How do i even them out?
 
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If both legs have the same direction twill, they will always be uneven. RHT causes the left leg to hige more. The only solution is to purchase jeans that have one leg RHT, the other LHT; or get broken twill. Why would you want to even them out? You are thinking about it too much.
 

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It a whole different pattern. My left leg has fewer, bigger, sharper honeycombs and my right leg has more, smaller, rounder ones. It looks different. I want my right side to look like my left.
 
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Weird. Pics? I assume they are RHL just because it seems to be the most common-------can you confirm?
 

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who could give two fucks? they are just jeans, wear them.
 

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if both sides are the same length and you are wearing them properly then you are going to get some varience naturally.

you could try ironing them flat, getting some starch, and see what happens.
im guessing they will probably do the same thing.

i wouldnt sweat it. give em more time. and be active in your jeans they will be fine.
 

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