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Where did you order from? How do you go a year without washing a pair of jeans? Posted via RS Mobile
Not washing jeans for long times isnt for everyone.
I haven't washed my 2 yet, and don't plan on doing it either. Ive done about 6 months of wear on both, but dont wear it everyday. I just hang them up outside to let them air out.
I have a pair of levi's 501 that I wear for work (window cleaning), and I wash those, but not that often.
The problem with not washing jeans is that the sweat and oils secreted by your body build up in the jeans, which in turn attracts bacteria that will begin feeding on the denim causing it to thin and become more prone to tearing.
I wash my work jeans nightly and they never rip unless they get hooked on a nail, compared to the guys on my crew who never wash their jeans and get giant rips in them randomly.
It stacks way too much. There's probably a good 5" that needs the be hemmed off and even then it'll still be stacking! I'm only 5'6 and these jeans are rather long lol. I don't mind losing the chain stiching if there isn't a way to preserve it. Posted via RS Mobile
No one has a chain stitch machine in vancouver, you'll have to send it out and I don't think its worth it to do that. Chain stitch kind of makes it special and it'll fade nicer.
I'm the same height as you and have a 35 inch inseam too and I let it stack.. check out the pics a page back. The honeycombs or creases behind your knee will bring up the inseam a bit too. Give it a few days of wear and let the stacks settle before you decide to hem it. Or try stack and cuff? Haha if you really can't stand the look then just hem I guess.
35" inseam isnt that much. Im 5'7 and my sammies are 34" and they stack a bit. I dont like too much stack either.
The first 2 have about 6 months of wear each, but I don't wear them often, prob 1-2 times a week. The other one I wear for work, haven't been washed in about a week.
btw guys, I got a pair of naked and famous 32 skinny guy deep indigo's that are brand new. I bought it off revolve clothing but they are too small. Deep indigos are a great starter pair at an amazing price in my opinion. They costed me 170 total at the door. So i'll have em go for 140 is someone wants them.