Discussion in 'Even Steven' started by Bobbejaan, Jan 21, 2007.
ive noticed this, is says it in the booklet i got with my tfdbc
I just got my organic dries and I took pictures of the fit:
these definatly have a green tint. could be the lighting though. maybe?
im just as confused
Those look loose. Did you size up from other pairs?
actually, like that, they might interest me
did you get the same size as the rest of your nudies?
i wear a 29 in thin finns
id probably get the same in these since the finns are getting tight in the legs now.
way too tight for you T!
yeah, maybe I would size em up an extra size :lol:
na I got my normal size. 28\32. the length is still too long though. I'm debating whether to get them hemmed or just wear them cuffed
Those are a 28 :shock:
I just bought my normal size in the organics as well. I wonder if they will look loose like that too?
i was thinking if i were to get a pair of these i'd size down to a 27 or even a 26. how much slimmer are they than Ralfs?
i would say they are quite a bit thinner than ralfs in the lower leg but just a smidge tighter in the thigh and waist.
hmm..now i kinda like the organic dry!however i gotta try it on 1st when i get back to Melb. cameland do you know how much it cost?
Judging from the pics oz zoovillage.com the even steven dry seems to have a higher yoke then the even steven dry organic. Is it just the modell that wears them or is there any differece. The dry modell seems to have a nicer fit than the organic dry which is too low IMO.
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straight from the Nudie site, so just check the Nudie site :wink:
offcourse there is no difference, depends on the way it's worn...
1 week progress. I think it's going well
Is than an N64 game you are putting in your back pocket?
yeah mario party two
I can safely say that you would probably be the only one who puts one of those in to get fading.
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