Where to start?

Discussion in 'What fit should I get?' started by Produce Pete, Jan 15, 2013.

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    Produce Pete

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    Guys,

    I have struggled with finding the perfect pair of jeans since... forever. Luckily I stumbled upon the Nudies brand through a recommendation, and I think I am a bit closer to finding the right pair. What attracts me to Nudies is all of their fits... they just look... perfect. I'll say this, though- the Nudies site/ selection is completely overwhelming to me... So where do I start?

    Heres a bit of what I'm looking for:
    -Skinny fit but not skin tight (maybe in the future, though). Definitely looking to avoid the relaxed or loose fit
    -I think I want to start with a black pair
    -I don't know if this will help, but I'm roughly 181 cm tall and usually wear a 32/32

    Also, what is the difference between organic or DOEE, and Dry Stretch? and how should I apply this to a black pair?

    Simply looking for some recommendations for my first pair

    Thanks everyone. Happy af that I finally found this brand :-D
     
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    Ok I'm thinking the Thin Finn might be a happy medium? Idk guys..... help.
     
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    The Finns are already on the slimmer side and have a pretty low yoke and low backpockets. It's Nudies most popular fit from what I can tell, but if you're into a golden middle cut, the Grim Tim or Slim Jim might be a little better. But, if you're looking for black denim, you can't choose between much cuts anyway. The terms you referred to are simply different fabrics, with lycra (then they're called stretch), 100% organic cotton, with ecru stitching on the backpockets (DOEE) and the like. on the nudie hp you can find all descriptions of the fabric. And keep in mind, that most nudies run bigger than tagged and than other brands, so you might have to size down.
     
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    Thanks man! Out of the Grim Tim and Slim Jim, which one is slimmer?
     
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    True.

    I noticed for the Grim Tim they offer "Org. Black Ring".... what does the "ring" mean?

    Also, the Slim Jim is only offered in "Org. Dry Black". So what is the difference between the two?

    Thanks in advance man, you seem very knowledgeable.
     
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    Thanks, I try my best :-D I just took a look at those two denims. The black ring is a very light denim (10,25 oz) with stretch material. They speak of "evident ring" effects, but I have never heard that before and the pics don't help neither. The organig dry black is heavier (12,75 oz) and has no stretch material involved. I personally prefer 100% cotton, as it forms better to your body with time, the stretch material tends to stretch back when you take them off. I personally would prefer the heavier 100% cotton denim, which is the org. dry black. And the SJ cut is a golden one (was my starter pair as well).

    Keep in mind, that black nudies won't fade much if at all.

    Regarding the cuts: the SJ and GT have an identical top block, but the GT is slimmer from the knee down. Similar to Thin Finn, but the TF is slimmer from the hip down and has the lower yoke.
     
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