Even Steven ~ Organic or Dry?

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Organic vs. Normal Dry

  1. Organic

    98.5%
  2. Normal Dry

    1.5%
  1. deedee Member

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    What is better the Organic Denim or the Dry Denim?
    I heard that the OD doesn't bleed your white shoes or Something else,
    but i like Dry Denim more because its darker....
    And where can i get a ES jeans for a low price?
    Here in Berlin it costs 130...
    No chance to get it cheaper in Internet?

    What do you think?
     
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    there's no answer to a question like this, it's all up to the user's opinion... either you like it or you don't. we can give you our opinion, but honestly, this sort of question is similar to someone asking me "should i get the green or the blue shirt?" get what you like more! and according to your post, it sounds like you like the dry
     
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    I say organic. I like the colour because it is different than my other nudies. But like someone said earlier, it's your call.
     
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    Ok thx for you opinion and Answers
    Im just wondering about the Jeans bleeding?
    Does someone have experiences with that?
     
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    green jeans might not look cool in 2 years time, blue jeans are always cool. get blue jeans.
     
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    they're not green enough that I see that being an issue...plus it makes them stand out a bit on the train without being gaudy (no hundreds of evisu pockets or anything)

    and c'mon...you get to spend all day basking in moral superiority because they're eco-friendly

    it's all the advantages of being a communist vegan bike messenger with black cutoffs and a stupid hat, without the major disadvantage of looking silly to people who are not
     
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    get the organics!!! save the environment, help stop global warming :p
     
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    haha okay yeah save the environment and all but i just think the blues will look better at the end of the day when you wash them. If its anything like the greycasts than im almost 100% sure i won't like them, they seem to lose their blue colour very quickly and then go to that crazy light blue which looks like cheap K-mart jeans.:(

    All IMO of course. Your personal taste could be different but this is what i think.
     
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    you just said you don't like dry graycast?
     
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    yes....and i have said it many a time as well....

    I think its a personal thing to me but i just dont like green jeans.
     
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    saw those organics
    those are nice!
    dry also looks good, but hey, organic jeans are way more original
     
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    Worth buying for?
    http://europe.zoovillage.com/store/productdetail.asp?CategoryID=0|0&BrandID=131&DisplayItemID=24855&Position=13&ListType=1

    How much oz does the ESOD has?

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    i mean the stiching looks so dark on it i like it the bright orange one...
     
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    My organics haven't significantly bled on anything. :(
     
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    none of my dry jeans has ever bled that I have noticed...my white sneakers are still the same broken-in dingy gray I had worked so hard for, and the white sheets I have passed out on a number of times are still quite white
     
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    Thats strange. I always get bleeding from dry indigo jeans.
     
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    I saw these ESD at Peek & Cloppenburg Berlin, and I think it is the best dry denim Ive ever seen from Nudie, its even nicer than the selvage denim of RRs. I dont like the green cast of Organics.
     
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    So i just tryed on a ESD but they only had 36 i need 34 so whatever what do you think about the look on me?
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    A baggy and nice fit, I say go get them, i wear mine almost the same way (altough they are not as baggy as yours on the pics)
     
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    Jeah i dont want them baggy the ESD on the pic is w36/l34 when i buy, i want it in w34/w32 and OD they didnt had my size in the shop so i tryed on a bigger one...
    anyway i wear them on hips..
     
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    Ok then hope you find what you are looking for. I'm so exited since me and my friends are going to stockholm in about 2 weeks and i will definately pay a visit to the new Nudie store there. Will get myself A RRDG that i have been craving for so long. Then my collection of dry goods will almost be complete!!!
     

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