Misc Question Thread (Nudie Jeans)

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  1. bilmaga Super Moderator

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    Please post relevant questions here instead of starting a new thread.
     
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  2. aquaandred New Member

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    Hi, I posted a new thread in the general area, but I guess I needed to post here.

    Anyway, I'm having trouble selecting what cut and size I'd like to get.

    I believe my size is usually a 30 waist, and I'm only 5' 6.5'' so I would most likely get the 32 leg instead of the 34

    I want something that's tight in the seat and thighs, but not the calves, and I can sag a little bit.

    Probably like the bootcut ola, but I'm not sure what size I should get if I want to have and keep a tight fit on them.

    I know I either want bootcut olas, slim jims, or regular ralfs.

    Any help would be much appreciated, thank you.
     
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    size down one from your regular size. The bootcut ola is a tight fit but you can def size one down. So get a 29/32 in olas and the same in jims. And if you want a Regular Ralf with a tight fit you should size down 2 sizes maybe, so a 28/32 would be a tight fit then.

    Isnt there any places you can try some nudie jeans one where you live?
     
  4. alc90 New Member

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    Sizing Question

    So this week im planning on getting my first pair of nudies!! :) but i have a question about sizing & how they shrink alot. Should i size up or should i just stay with the pair that fits me??

    Say i try on a 32 and it fits nice, should i keep the 32 or size up?
     
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    Wheres Dave with the shitty picture?
     
  6. Tiro New Member

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    you should get a ****ing 38 and post in the misc. thread! :mad: (just above this shitty thread)
     
  7. bilmaga Super Moderator

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    Man, I would have thought that putting a misc. question thread in almost every category would slow down these useless threads.
     
  8. madakuse New Member

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    First nudie jeans coming.

    I am thinking of whether to get a even steven or straight sven.

    Most probably even steven organic dry.

    I heard that organic jeans tends to be more fragile vs selvage ones but they fade much easily.
    Is all that true?

    I love the organic slight tint green colour and the fit.

    Comments?
     
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    I personally like the Sven better, but I'm more for straighter fits. The Even Steven is a little too slim and tapered for me.

    You sure you don't just want to go a sized-down Ralf though? It's pretty hard to mess a RRDS up...
     
  10. Tiro New Member

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    I am thinking: 'why did this guy post another useless topic with a useless question that he could have posted in the MISC. THREAD', what are your comments on that?

    my comment on your question: Post in the MISC. THREAD! :mad:



    Thread has been moved.
     
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  11. madakuse New Member

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    Ok i will try them on too.

    Anyway i am a 5'6" and i am thinking a length of 30 should fit me well.

    Does nudies comes in length 30? The store i went only carries 32.
     
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    man, why ask this questions, if you are going to try them on...
    see what fits best and buy it, it's IDIOT proof
     
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    I'm rocking ESOD's now. They are not fragile, they're 13.5 Oz denim, quite heavy for Nudies. They fade quicker compared to normal drys because they're greencasted denim.
     
  14. madakuse New Member

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    Whats your problem?

    its obvious i tried them on i just want more feedback from users here.

    What a cool way to shoot a new comer.
     
  15. madakuse New Member

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    K man noted.

    The other part i am thinking is if selvage is stronger than organic jeans.

    I heard that selvage uses a better stitching method am i right to say?

    Theres no statement regarding the strength of organic jeans cause i seriously want to break into them real hard.

    Don wanna get a hole in the butt any soon.
     
  16. iwannudies New Member

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    I don't really care if jeans are selvage or not tbh, don't think they're much stronger than non-selvage jeans.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Just wanna know which jeans will have a lower raise?
    Reading from the pic it says slim jim having a high raise... But i see pictures it ain high.

    Comparing between slim jim and even steven.

    I'm thinking of wearing it tucked in showing my belt..
    :-o
     
  18. bilmaga Super Moderator

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    Jims have a lower rise than steven. But stevens have a lower yoke.
     
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    I still don't get it, you tried on these jeans, still you need us to tell you wich jeans has the lower rise? Newcomer or not, to me that's straight up weird...

    People can't decide anything on their own these days...

    Btw, as said, there is no reason why selvedge jeans should be stronger then organic jeans, also, there is something like organic selvedge jeans, what do you think about those then... stronger or not? :razz:
     
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    I said i tried them but i never said i tried them all. I never got a chance to try slim jim yet. Stop assuming.

    O i never heard of organic selvage thanks for the info. ok so u said organic is as strong as selvage. Thats good enough for me.

    I can decide i never ask you to choose for me and i just want more opinion thats all.
     

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