Misc Question Thread (Nudie Jeans)

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  1. francis997 Member

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    Honeycomb/Whiskers

    Hi, I want to erase Honeycomb/Whiskers on my jeans(knee). can you guys help how to do that? thx
    :p
     
  3. bilmaga Super Moderator

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    Do you mean just the creases, or the actual fades??

    If it's just the creases, then wash them frequently or iron them out and never bend your knees again :lol:
     
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    size problem?

    i bought ma first nudie which is ajdh.
    size is 32/34

    i thinkin to by anither jean
    what should i buy?
    tfds <- hoe should i choose the size?

    :-?:p:mrgreen:
     
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    I think that it is big bengt.
    Any other suggestions, because I can be wrong
     
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    has anyone had a problem with the leather tag coming off on Nudies?
     
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    Hey guys, I'm getting ready to buy my first pair of Nudie's in Thin Finn Dry Stretch!

    I had a question because I'm not sure what size to get!

    Basically I'm about 30 and 1/4in around the waist, so I'm not sure if I should get a 30 or 31

    Also 30 length fits me well but still seems a TAD short, but no reason to size up. I would probably rather have 30's than 32's, that is unless Nudie's run long/short?

    So what do you guys think, are Nudie's loose/tight, long/short?

    THANKS!

    P.S. I'm basing all of this off my PACSUN BULLHEAD's (which I wear a 31x30)

    If it helps I have LEVI's in 31x32 and they're to long and to loose around the leg. Basically just way to baggy.
     
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    I was wondering...does denim that has stretch to it (be in Lycra, spandex, ect) break in and whisker less compared to a 100% cotton jean? I feel like it would because the 100% cotton jean has less give and this has more stress on it..

    I am unsure.
     
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    hi i'm new. got a question. if im a size 31 slim jims....what size am i in a thin finn?
     
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    I have a pair of jeans that are 28/30, design-Slim Straight. I really like the way they fit, and therefore am trying to get as close with Thin Finn Dry Stretch as possible.
    How do TFDS fit? Should I get the same size 28/30?
     
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    hey i have a quick question. i just bought some big bengt nudies and have been wearing for a lil while, but i was wondering after i say 9-10 months of wear do i wash them or soak?
    they are big bengt dry organic indigo? thanks
     
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    ^Do whatever you like. If you're out to get sharper fades and want to clean your jeans, wash. Soaking won't change much after that time of wear.
     
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    ^ As Max said it's up to you when you want to wash them. Nudie Jeans have the 6 month rule tagged on every piece of raw denim. Waiting longer gives sharper fades which, in my opinion, looks hella good. In some cases, 6 months aren't enough. You have the BBDDO which is organic and Nudie's organic denims are a bitch to fade. When you can see fading clearly (10 months or so) throw em in the washer. As far as soaking goes it's good if you want to rid the jeans of smell or clean the jeans before you want to wash them in the washer but I think you should wash, not soak, after 10. Good luck :>
     
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    ^perfectly said.
     
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    ^thanks so much guys, so what kind of nudie jeans get sharper and easyer fades?
     
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    The easiest to fade were the Slim Jim Dry Grycast (are out of stock a few years) and the Dry Japans (they are running out of stock, if you hurry you can get 'em). My pair looked like that after 10 Months of wearing before the first wash. In the pic they are about 1 year old, one wash, one soak. The Dry Selvage AJ or RR are also pretty good, but take way longer to fade than the Dry japans. I got EE Dry Navy organic and they barely fade at all. But they are a lot roomier than my other apirs, I'm sure, that your Bengts have the ability to fade nicely, if you wear them hard. Maybe the organic starch plays a part, my Emils are a lot softer than my Ralfs, and nudie uses potato starch on organic models. The positive thing about organic denim is the smell, which I would buy if it came as fragrance.

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    If you show patience, your bengts will become some nice fadings, too. As Flo said before, Jims in Dry Japan are easy to fade. But it still needs a lot of afford. If you are looking for a pair of nudies with higher quality denim, the selvage line will be your friend. I am working on my selvage joes atm and those are a really nice pair of denim. Not to light and not to heavy... Imo these are equally "easy" to fade. Which size do you have?
     
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    ^Seconded, the classic "Dry Selvage" is a very nice fabric, which fades really good. But it takes longer than on the Dry Japans, i had the first signs of wear after three months or so (I thought it would never happen), but then it happened quick and I still love these jeans best.
     
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    Haha, that would be awesome.

    "What scent are you wearing? Smells nice."

    "Organic denim."

    "...What?"
     

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