how is you guys organic dry progress??

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  1. Arianuz Member

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    it looks like you are gonna take a leak on your desk!
     
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    they are awesome jeans for sure. i got a pair too! :D
     
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    recently just got my pair....the front looks really bad in this pic but it looks good in person with shoes... i think i should have sized down 1 more size because i heard these stretch like hell
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    yea, they look pretty big on you.
     
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    is this the organic dry?
     
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    see the topic title and that's the answer. ;)
     
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    yes,this is the organic dry ,I know the last picture look like a blue one . :mrgreen:
     
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    oooooo i must have one immediately....

    which one u prefer, dry ,dry organic or dry blue black ???
     
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    blue black turns out to be better in terms of fading..
     
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    I think it depends on what you want .I've bought ESDO because I want a pair that is different colour from my RRDS and LVC47501.:oops:
     
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    blueblack is also different,, they're more blue-blackish colour instead of total blue.. imo.. so yea,, i agree with u, it depends.. some people hate the non-contrast stitching as well..
     
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    This is some pic after soaking about an hour and wear it when there still damp till it completely dry.Sorry for bad quality pic.
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    It shrinks a bit .
     
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    My ESOD - 7.5 months washed at 7 months
     
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    my ESOD at 7.5 months washed at 7 months
     
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    Nice job man.:mrgreen:
     
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    nice, not bad at all. :)
     
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    you have any pics of the jeans before you washed them by any chance? I want to see how worn they were before you washed them.
     
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    9 months no wash.

    I can't wear jeans to work so these only get 6-midnight on weekdays and all-day on weekends.

    I am probably going to wash these next weekend so I can start wearing my RRDS.

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    nice fits everyone!!!!
     

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