April 08, 2010 at 16:30:28 Apr 08, 2010 @ 16:30
no that was a general question, i saw n&f jeans with different colored weft and i wanted to know if they had a purpose
So I bought a pair of sz 30 N&F Skinny Guy's (Indigo Power-Stretch w/ Grey Fill)a couple weeks ago and have been wearing them most days. They're 95% cotton and 5% elastane. They fit good everywhere except the calves area, where the jeans like hug my legs and it looks really fucking homosexual. Will the calves area ever stretch out? Or do jeans only stretch out in the thigh area/waist? And also will the elastane also prevent any permanent stretching?
If not, how much should I try to sell them for? I bought them from like 170$ after tax.
And also, would N&F Deep Indigo Selvedge or Lightweight Selvedge (Both Weird Guys) fade better?
i recently washed my levi 511s in the washer...needless to say, they became stiff and a little smaller upon removal. but those two factors aren't really the problem since i expected them to happen after. upon taking them out, i noticed 2 line-idents on both legs of the jeans. what the fuck? not only did they look weird as fuck, they are weird as fuck. someone help me out?
How bad of an idea would it be to hem my Samurais which I have already been wearing for 9 months and washed once? Will it make the fading look weird, or really weird? Cause I don't care if it looks really weird, I've grown sick of the stacking.
I don't see any difference in description between the pair on BiG. Can anyone confirm this?
No. The knee is usually always cut in around the same place, inseam regardless. Think of it as adding more length to the leg opening end rather than a longer knee. If you don't like it, just taper it up a bit so the knee matches yours better.
The strain causes stretching of the thigh and knee, resulting in knee bulge.