Skull Jeans Contest 5010xx 6x6 RAW

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    very nice Leonard
     
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    seems like everybody is getting really nice fades on these!
     
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    Look a lot like mine Leroy!


    BTW:

    HEINEKEN AND CORONA ROCK
     
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    here we are at 8 months and i have no monthly pictures because i have no batteries for my camera. i'll try to fix that this weekend!
     
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    just some progress..didnt wear em for the past few weeks :-(

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    Skull 5010xx Black

    I wear size 33 in most jeans, occasionally size 32. What size should i get in skull 5010xx black? I am thinking size 33. Please help me out guys i would like to order...........
     
  7. DrZ Guest

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    I think you might even go for a 34.

    I wear 30 in RRDS and SSLE's, and my Skulls are 32.
    They fit me well (IMO). They are not really tight though. If you want to know what I mean check out the skull contest page in the photo section.

    33 would be very tight for you and might come with some waist problems, such as closing up the top buttons. How ever, there are some contestants that did go with their original size. So it does seem to work for some.

    Mine are somewhat wide around the waist, but I wouldn't want my legs any more skinny.

    Cheers.


    By the way, looking pretty steady Nudiefive, great fadings.
     
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    anyone here starting to get a little tired of their skulls......????
     
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    buy 5010xx true to size for the best fit imo... it'll still be plenty slim and you'll have an appropriately-sized upper block to work with. i wear a 28/29 in nudie, and my 30 skulls are as tiny as they can comfortably get (should've bought 31, true to size.)

    and i was getting tired of mine for a while before i started washing often. they need the washes nowadays to "finalize" the fit and keep kneebagging to a minimum. i didn't start getting good contrast until after the first few washes.
     
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    sorry, not really on the topic of skulls, but you were talking about the knee bulge.... I was thinking, you guys think it would be possible to get it tailored out, without ruining the combs or rest of the fit?
     
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    i'd think something like that would throw off the fit in the knee more than it would help.
     
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    you think? Cuz i've pinches the denim on the inseam along the knee and it seems to cure the bulge without messing anything up, but who knows of that translates to an actual tailoring. :confused:
     
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    i haven't been wearing mine as much once my sexfh came :-| but i still love my skulls.
     
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    Knee darts.

    I think thats what you mean. I can't think of the brand, but I know that there is a brand of jeans that has knee darts.
     
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    shit, i've only recently started to like my Skulls (after 5 months of wear)

    here's a fit picture (almost nine months of wear- full time)
     

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    obviously, you never tasted real beer :p:lol:
     
  17. DrZ Guest

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    No need to blaim me of that out of all people... really.
    I just usually buy Heineken, drink a Weizen or Hoegaarden in summer and spent at least one night a month in "Kafe Belgi", to taste some out of 300 beers available.

    So shut up. Lol.
     
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    then how can you say Heineken and Corona rock dude ;-)
     
  19. DrZ Guest

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    Well, I'm a student.
    Most people drink excessively sometimes, but I drink beer almost every day.. and a "Zeezuiper", "Zatte bie" or "Delirium Nocturnum" every day would kill me I guess :D.

    And I indeed like a Heineken better than a Beck's or Bud light or something. I mean, light..., come on... Most of all maybe because it's a bit of nationalism to, when it comes to Heineken ;).

    Sorry for the offtopic bullshit guys!
     
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    BEWARE OF BEER BELLY
    haha

    my friends are drinkers and they drink Stella Artois, Budweiser and Heineken. Those brands are ok. But I heard that Samuel Adams is pretty popular in US

    ok back to topic haha
     

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