I just thought I'd share my kinda crappy hemming experience with my IronHeart 634's. The moral of the story is below, too. So they are a little long initially and I wanted about 2 inches cut off. I thought I was clear in communicating that I need to keep the original hem. The tailor is this Korean guy who, other than this particular incident, is an incredible tailor. But he kept saying "I'll keep the same hem style". I kept emphasizing that I need the same actual hem. I thought I saw a lightbulb go off and a look of understanding. I guess not. I'm actually not horrified by the job, but the original chain stitching hem is gone. DOH! Just thought I'd show what actually happened and also to emphasize that it's good to speak the same native language as your tailor. I go up to New York all the time... I wonder if I can get Blue In Green to re-chainstitch it! The jeans are actually a tiny tiny tiny bit too long still -- I think I subconsciously asked the guy to add a quarter of an inch to the hem because I knew he would do this. Subconsciously. It's the price I pay for 21oz urban body armor.