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Old 01-05-2011, 07:49 PM   #476
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Old 01-06-2011, 05:15 PM   #477
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LOL yeah i was wearing them when installing laminate.
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Old 01-07-2011, 09:44 AM   #478
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Old 01-07-2011, 05:18 PM   #479
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Old 01-10-2011, 05:30 PM   #480
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anyone know where i can get nudie slim jim?

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Old 01-10-2011, 06:07 PM   #481
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Old 01-12-2011, 12:47 AM   #482
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went to urban outfitters today.. got 2 pair of black unbranded selvedge for $19.99. they were waist 30 and i there was one 31 on the rack. the only thing is they smell kinda funky.. is there a way to remove this funky smell or do i have to soak/wash
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anyone know where i can get nudie slim jim?

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Plenty has them too
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Old 01-12-2011, 09:05 AM   #484
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went to urban outfitters today.. got 2 pair of black unbranded selvedge for $19.99. they were waist 30 and i there was one 31 on the rack. the only thing is they smell kinda funky.. is there a way to remove this funky smell or do i have to soak/wash
Hipsters be spillin pbr's all over that shit. But nah, just wear em, or air them out. If that doesnt work then soak.
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Old 01-12-2011, 02:32 PM   #485
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My frankensteins are too long so I folded them up on the bottom, now they are starting to fade along the crease....Anyone know a good place that can hem really thick raw denim? And also how much?

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Old 01-12-2011, 06:56 PM   #486
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thinking of buying a pair of N&F slim guys, either broken twill or natural indigo. i'm unsure of how to size their jeans. i'm a size 30 with levis and i read that with N&F, you should size down ~2 sizes. so should i be looking for size 28s?

i also read that the jeans will stretch out a couple sizes after wearing it a couple times, but will shrink back to its original size. once washed/soaked. is this true?

should i still be lookin for 28s?
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thinking of buying a pair of N&F slim guys, either broken twill or natural indigo. i'm unsure of how to size their jeans. i'm a size 30 with levis and i read that with N&F, you should size down ~2 sizes. so should i be looking for size 28s?

i also read that the jeans will stretch out a couple sizes after wearing it a couple times, but will shrink back to its original size. once washed/soaked. is this true?

should i still be lookin for 28s?
Not familiar with N&F but from what I've heard most people go down 2 sizes because they stretch out quite a lot. I think all N&F's are all sanforized so don't soak them.

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generally people
size down 2 for slim guys
size down 1 for weird guys
TT for skinny guys

it all depends on how skinny you are though
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Old 01-12-2011, 09:39 PM   #489
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Not familiar with N&F but from what I've heard most people go down 2 sizes because they stretch out quite a lot. I think all N&F's are all sanforized so don't soak them.
honestly you can still go ahead and soak them even if they are sanforized. they can still shrink.. and you can remove starch or whatever it is thats there since you're planning to wear it for 6 months (or until you feel like they're too disgusting to wear).. there is no harm in soaking them. I personally wash my jeans (samurai 5000vx 21oz) 3 to 4 times a year just because I hate feeling dirty... and mind you I don't wear them everyday haha.. they're turning out great!

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honestly you can still go ahead and soak them even if they are sanforized. they can still shrink.. and you can remove starch or whatever it is thats there since you're planning to wear it for 6 months (or until you feel like they're too disgusting to wear).. there is no harm in soaking them. I personally wash my jeans (samurai 5000vx 21oz) 3 to 4 times a year just because I hate feeling dirty... and mind you I don't wear them everyday haha.. they're turning out great!

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Would you happen to know how to shrink Evisus? I have a pair that's kinda ruined haha. I tried to wear them in the tub and soak in hot water and followed that by dumping them in the drier on high temperature and tumble dried. That didn't do much to the size but I lost some indigo. They're size 32.
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sorry but if you soaked it in hot water or wore it into a hot shower, I don't think it will shrink much more. You should have just air dried it

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bought my first N & F but noticed everything else was great but the crotch area is uncomfy comparing to other jeans
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haha maybe you gotta sag em if they're too tight on the nuts
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Old 01-14-2011, 02:27 PM   #495
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with n&f skinnys, should i be sizing down 1 or 2?
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which is better apc or n&f indigo jeans?
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apc for quality and cut
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APC and N&F are on par in terms of quality, however for cut i think APC has slightly a better cut, they fit nicer.
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speaking of apc jeans... whats the difference between new cure and new standard?
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new cures are slimmmer and more tapered while new standards are more of a straight slim. I like the fit on new cures better
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