Misc. Question Thread (Even Steven)

Discussion in 'Even Steven' started by bilmaga, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. iwannudies New Member

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    AJ if you want a straight leg, ES if you want tapered.
     
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    the slim jims look awesome, but for my liking, i would cover the tongue of your shoes. they would look better, i think.
     
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    I'm interested in getting a pair of Even Stevens from Selfedge, but I'm not sure what size i should choose for the waist. I like Even Stevens because they're a bit slimmer than Slim Jims, but I don't want them to be too skinny and look like girl pants. Any suggestions on how I should choose a size?
     
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    just size one down from your true size.
     
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    imo, slim jims are slimmer fitting than the even stevens.
    I have both... and my even stevens are 1 size smaller. yet, they fit baggier (knee up).
     
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    imo, slim jims are slimmer fitting than the even stevens.
    I have both... and my even stevens are 1 size smaller. yet, they fit baggier.
     
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    Even stevens are looser than SLim jims i think

    Btw, I'm that guy on hypebeast who recommended you here. :D
     
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    hello, which are baggier even steven or average joe on waist till knee area.
    i know even steven is more tapper at the bottom.
    but which is baggier from knee to waist.
    thx
     
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    Toni 2,

    From having both (same size), the ES are baggier above the knees. Also, you are right about the ES being more tapered below the knees.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Hello,

    I'm new around here & looking for help before buying my very first pair of Nudies -ie the ES Blue Dry- some time soon. Unfortunately in my area there is no shop selling them so I have to get them online. Hope you can help me with make the right choice. :)

    1. ES is not the slimmest Nudie cut so is it alright to size down a bit just so they are slightly fitting? I have a 30'' waist so should I go with 29'' or just stick with 30?

    2. I've noticed that colours/pocket stitching differ. Is the ES Blue Dry at Cultizm the same as the ES Dry Blue at Context Clothing? And what about the orange stitching at Kitchener - aren't the ES Dry Blue supposed to have tone on tone stitching? Check out the links:

    cultizm
    context
    kitchener

    Thanks,
    K. ;-)
     
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    hello Keoke

    1. you can size down one on your Even Steven, no problem at all. you should size down one.
    you probably could even fit a 28 too. but a 29 will be good.

    2. There are some dry models of even steven. the ordinary dry and the organic have orange stitching.
    the blue blacks have the indigo stitching. i think the one at context and cultzim is the same pair. not shure though. Noot that into the Even Steven fit you see.
     
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    Cultizm and Context are the same pair.

    Kitchener's should be the regular dry with orange stitching.

    Get the one in Cultizm/Context, much better denim.
     
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    Thanks guys for your input. I still haven't bought any, coz in fact I am pondering buying APCs as well.
     
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    so i was looking into buying new jeans online so of course i wanted to take measurements of my esd and my body before investing in new jeans
    but to my surprise my size 32 esd have stretched out to a 36 waist!
    as far as i can remember they fit snug but comfortably when new, so i was wondering if they would stretch 4 inches or if the sizes on esd runs big?
     
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    i think its a different color of fading, blue dry and just dry denim.
     
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    which ones look better?

    i dont get it
     
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    they are the same, both the dry blue, also known as the blue/blacks. they start out really dark navy almost black, and when you wash them they turn to a rich blue.
    i have them, apart from my kmw's they are by far my best jeans.
     

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