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post #31 of 682
Hmmm... Guess, Mossimo and Penshoppe for me.
post #32 of 682
APC New standard in blue - 13 months no wash

APC New standard in black - 10 months no wash

post #33 of 682
Nudies LAB Dry Selvage
post #34 of 682
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Originally Posted by analogbox View Post
One express jeans - I had to throw them away after one wash. Bad quality.
Really?? All I wear are Express Jeans. Gotta love that Rocco fit.

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Originally Posted by Nocturnal310 View Post

does anybody own a Levi's 514 here?
Tried a pair, very comfy, but didn't fit quite right.
post #35 of 682
Good to see others into raw denim here. I rock Dubbleworks 660, Samurai S710xx, and LVC 501 1947s.
post #36 of 682
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APC New standard in blue - 13 months no wash

APC New standard in black - 10 months no wash



Pics.....please.....
post #37 of 682
I'm told that jeans are not meant to be ironed and should be softened by wearing them. Too bad I iron my jeans after every wash.
post #38 of 682
True Religions are really nice.
Rock and Republics and Diesel are also very nice, they tend to be more fit, so not for the baggy look.
post #39 of 682
I buy whatever's affordable and doesn't make my flabby, pasty white butt look too big.
post #40 of 682
APC New Standards for me. I have one in indigo and one in black. They are by far the most well fitting jeans (or pants for that matter) that I have ever worn. A fit pic of the black pair...
post #41 of 682
Never really tried any of the 'designer' labels that I'm seeing mentioned here, but Levis are awesome. When I wear jeans, that's it for me. Their skinnies (can't remember the #) kick ass. Build quality, style, durability, it's all there.

However, most of the time I'm found rocking cargo pants and a band T-shirt: the bum look. Gonna start breaking out the Levis as it gets colder though.
post #42 of 682
For me:
3 pairs of levi's 505
1 pair of levi's 501 (loving these, bought a month ago or something)
1 pair of american eagle baggy ones
1 pair of levi's baggy ones too (workwear model)
post #43 of 682
I don't think you can beat a good pair of Levi's. The things are practically indestructable, and if you get a good fit they look awesome.
post #44 of 682
Some Hugo Boss jeans are not bad.
post #45 of 682
Crocker's fit me perfectly and does look very good.


- Force.
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