EVEN STEVEN -Organic Dry. Is organic much better than non!?

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    I am pondering my next even steven organic dry purchase. I hear organic dry is greencast indigo. Now does that mean it will fade in a greenish tint compared to non-organic denim? If so, does anyone have any even steven organic dry pictures that shows that tinting? I am dying to know because I am quite fascinated by this new tinting and will make my purchase soon! :shock:
     
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    Hh..guess what...TRY...search the forum...
     
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    Re: EVEN STEVEN -Organic Dry. Is organic much better than n

    they're not greenish to start. not sure about the fade, coz i've only had mine about 2 weeks, but here's some pics to help you out. the first is the ESOD on the left and the ES Dry on the right (what better comparison could u ask for?), the second is the same, and the third is from left to right, ESOD, ESDry, Baggy Bjorn Orange Selvage, and my sugarcanes, just to mix it up a bit :p if this doesn't help, nothing will...

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    my ESDO don't look green tinted except in yellowish light. greencast means the use sulfur in the indigo and is the same as greycast. thus the fading is very similar to what i've seen of the SJ or RR greycast.
     
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    I'm going into my second week with my ESOD and they don't look green to me.
     
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    I recently just purchased the organic even steven as well, the color is a bit different than regular cotton, but then again thats part of the reason why i purchased them. that and because the fit is amazing.
     
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    wow those pics are amazing, thanks!
     
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    cool cool cool
     
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    try the organic! i have a pair.. the green fade is pretty cool.
     
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    I'd take the labs over the organic any day. Sickest wash ever.
     
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    depends on what kind of fade ur looking for really
     
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    i had mines for a week ,but nothing relly changed about them
     
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    I feel like the ESOD breaks in a little more natural than most nudies, with less of that really sharp contrast. At least thats how mine are going.
     
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    my ESOD brand new were definitly green tinted to begin with, no mistakes about that.
     

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