Discontinued styles Spring 2016

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  1. mattias Founder

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    So looking at the new Nudie Jeans website and the styles they have listed, it's apparent that they have discontinued several styles, including the excellent awesome and long-running style of Slim Jim. Other styles no longer on their fit list are Straight Alf, Tape Ted, High Kai, and Tube Tom.

    Was this a good move according to your preferences? Will you miss any of these?

    I'm sad to see Slim Jim being put to retirement. That has always been my favorite and I will be looking on the overstock and second hand market for those going forward.
     
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    The last years there were a lot of styles, maybe to much.
    It's better to have a smaller amount, to be more clearer for the customer.
     
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    That's a good point! Always great to see you posting, Stiewie! :)
     
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    I too will miss the Slim Jim. I wish they would make more styles in the 100% cotton, instead of stretch. Also would prefer a heavier denim.
     
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    I'm also less in favour of the zip fly jeans. Not saying I wouldn't buy a pair, but I do prefer buttons.
     

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