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Wrangler 936DEN "Slim Cowboy Cut"

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Goblin, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. LooseChange

    LooseChange Senior member

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    To whoever has had these for a while, how is the stretching?
     
  2. 2sweet

    2sweet Senior member

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    I'm reviving this, since I'm looking for cheap beater jeans and project jeans for raw washes. I'm a little confused about the various cuts discussed. The wranglers for example on tractor supply co don't seem to be slim cut at all, but are advertised as regular fit.

    My main question is, are the wranglers jeans raw jeans? If so, I'm probably buyin'
     
  3. Fortysomething

    Fortysomething Senior member

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    I'm reviving this, since I'm looking for cheap beater jeans and project jeans for raw washes. I'm a little confused about the various cuts discussed. The wranglers for example on tractor supply co don't seem to be slim cut at all, but are advertised as regular fit.

    My main question is, are the wranglers jeans raw jeans? If so, I'm probably buyin'


    Yes, they have a raw version. I have the 13MWZ (regular cut) and they are okay. The blue is a bit different and they seem to take a while to fade--but then again I don't wear them everyday.
     
  4. DrFaustus

    DrFaustus Senior member

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    I bought a pair at tractor supply co. They are not the blue I would normally wear, but for 27 bucks, what the hell. We'll see how they progress.
     
  5. Fabro

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    They take a long long long time to fade, and the fades aren't great. They're my beater jeans so they get washed, and they've shrunk a lot with very little stretching. I like them for the history and the price.
     
  6. chiamdream

    chiamdream Senior member

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    Bump - I'm considering a pair of these. Do they fit tts?
     
  7. jakeedgell

    jakeedgell New Member

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    never thought they looked cheap. the odd coloring and look comes from the type of denim: heavyweight broken twill. It is actually very durable and long lasting, great for work. I personally like the look of it, but that's up to preference so no judgement.
     

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