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    Hello Everyone,

    I am in the market for my first pair of nudie jeans. I don't know if this information will help, but I'm throwing it out there in hopes of some good feedback.

    I am 5'9" approximately 175cm
    my inseam is approximately 31" (with tape measure when standing in underwear)

    I have a slightly larger than medium build so naturally the best fit for me is the Regular Alf (reason because i don't want to wear real baggy jeans anymore, but most of Nudie jeans are real thin)

    I have a question about the RRDS and the RRDG. Are these the same jeans except for DS is selvage and DG is not? I thought they both are Raw Denim that can be customized and must be worn in for approx. 6 mo. before wash to get those cool effects. Doesn't that make DS and DG both raw denim/dry selvage?

    Why is there such a huge price difference? Also, if you look at www.revolveclothing.com you will see that the sizes are slightly different...
    DS is 17" in the knee breaks to 19" at the leg opening, and DG is 17.5" in the knee breaks to 18" at the leg opening...

    Are these two jeans same size or what? what's the difference?

    Thanks guys... I want to make a real informed decision. I hate returning merchandise... ESPECIALLY THROUGH MAIL... and these jeans cost quite a bit.

    -rj

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    RRDS is made from Japanese selvage denim.

    RRDG is greencast denim, which has a green look to them, and will be bright blue after a couple washes. It is not selvage

    Look in the photo section and compare the difference.

    Yes, both are raw, yes you wear as long as possible.

    The price difference is because of the selvage (which always costs more)

    The fit is the same.
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  4. #24
    Just to add to that, both the GC and DS are japanese denim, both double ringspun and rope dyed. GC is heavier and stiffer.
    Nudie Dry Denim FAQ
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    Thank you
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    And most of all F*CK you Bilmaga. You are truly a whopping douchebag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameland
    Just to add to that, both the GC and DS are japanese denim, both double ringspun and rope dyed. GC is heavier and stiffer.
    interesting that GC is heavier yet DS is considered the better material.
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    hmm
    need some new raw. :)

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    Heavier doesn't always mean better.
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    Heavier is worse IMO.
    Nudie Dry Denim FAQ
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    thanks guys for the help.

    i just need one more piece of info. and that is what size i should get... i fit perfectly into a size 29x30 in Diesel Jeans...

    my approximate inseam is 31 if i measure with a tape measurer, but 30's are perfect with most designer jeans... and my waist with tape measurer is 28...

    I looked on several sites that sell nudie jeans and they have 28 and 29 waist but the lengths only seem to come in 32 or 34...

    thanks again guys!

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    no problem, nudies do come in length 30 but its rare, most people would either cuff or hem a length 32.
    Nudie Dry Denim FAQ
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