Brute Knut Dry Cold Black

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    I did a cold machine wash after 8 months. I have repaired the crotch and knee. I wear them with a belt when I'm skating but I can wear them regularly. I love this Anti-fit because fashion trends come and go so outside the box is where I want to be.

    There is a real pleasure in breaking in your denim as areas become soft and pliable from starting off as stiff and ridgid. Breaking them in until eventually you wear them out then you repair and continue.
    There are quite nice fades on this pair but because they are subtle and are best seen in certain light, they are hard to capture.

    Using The Good Soap Company's Denim Balm has helped to maintain and hydrate the denim while preserving and protecting the fades and I will continue to use it as it also refreshens so you will not succumb to the urge to wash.

    Stay high and dry while days fly by.
    Let the denim speak for itself.

    A word from my jeans...

    I love Carl he is a good owner. Although missing the simplicity of just being cotton I am fulfilled in serving a purpose. His repairs are personal, all done with care, consideration and he feeds me that nice balm so it is in my best interest to carry him one step further on his path in life.

    Thanks Pants. You are great at protecting my legs and making them look aweome. You truly are a great pair of jeans and I promise to continue to repair and take care of you and I will never sell you or donate you to hospice.
     
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