juanvaljuan
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juanvaljuan

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    1. d3ye
      d3ye
      yeah man, jims were sized down one. i tried sizing down two but couldnt do up the zip, so just get the ones where u can -just- zip it up, within a week of discomfort, it'll fit u perfectly
    2. john335
      john335
      I don't have any updated pics, only the one when i first got em but i'll take pics of them now, its almost 2 months with them i think and i don't think theres much fading but i can definately see that there are creases. i can see the whiskers kind of and the honey combs look like they are kind of fading and i see part of my wallet outline on the back.

      Wish i had sized down one on my sjdj, they are pretty loose on the crotch to waist area but i got the leg openning to thighs tailored and the colors faded but my whiskers were like only half way across my thighs which didn't look great at all.
    3. dr.house
      dr.house
    4. dr.house
      dr.house
      I've had dry blacks, but meanwhile they're sold.
    5. dr.house
      dr.house
      I always wear jims tts, downsized jims are looking weird imo, size up one can look really cool on the other hand. Some say japans stretch a lot, but I couldn't agree, at least not with my pair. They've stretched a bit , but not that much. Sry, couldn't find a pic atm, try and look for stefan on the w&t gallery at nudiejeans.com
    6. dr.house
      dr.house
      which jims r u talkin about?
    7. keggmeister
      keggmeister
      They were very tight, but as every RAW denim, the stretch out a ton, I haven't done anything, no soak, just wear around the house. Hope that helps, and sorry for the late reply, I haven't been visiting this forum in a while. Good luck!
    8. dr.house
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