[Quote] try rakuten.

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[Quote] you should want it to shrink.

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[Quote] theyre supposed to get fucked up.

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i really like the idea of 17cm jeans. but tighten up the ass area.

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[Quote] only way to shrink denim is either wash/dry, or have them altered.

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[Quote] unless the denim is sanforized, all raw denim will shrink.

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whats your price range? and id never buy denim from streetwear companies, unless they start making jeans that are actually good quality.

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well, if you want bigger front pockets, you could just do them yourselves. there isnt really a demand for larger than average front pockets, so i dont think any of the premium denim companies provide larger front pockets. kicking mule workshop jeans have oversized backpockets though. and self edge will be releasing a "biker" pair of jeans with back pockets large enough to fit u-locks.

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spectacles for humans in sf is a great shop for superior quality eyewear. the prices are extremely high hower, due to their superior quality. just get some thrift store frames, or look for old NHS glasses. thats what moz use to wear.

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[Quote] you could wash it at any temperature you want. cold water is usually prefered though. it will shrink, but it will eventually stratch back out and conform to your size. if you have good denim, you will never get an ugly color. if you want to maintain your rich indigo blue, wash inside out. your jeans will eventually lose color though. theyre made too. just buy a new pair.

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[Quote] unless your jeans are sanforized, expect shrinking. other than that, expect only minimum indigo loss.

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