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I'll just call them mystery-jeans from now on :D Doesn't matter that much, tbh, since they fit, feel and look good, I was just curious.

Thanks guys!

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Do the suvin gold loopwheel tees shrink? They’re listed as one wash but in my experience with tees that doesn’t mean much. I’ve lost 2 inches in length on a one wash tee before.

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not really, IIRC...

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first champloo jeans. standard sda denim, sewn by double volante.

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had those in W32 - have those in W33 - would need them in W34....

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16 minutes ago, beautiful_FrEaK said:

Yes. Take their standard 15oz denim and wash regularly

Thanks!

About to pull the trigger on a pair of SD-108s. Being only 5'7" I think the cut would be less slim on me given the hemming would cut a chunk off the aggressive taper, and that the rise would actually come up higher for me. Interesting thing is that I was quoted a 12.2" thigh measurement for a pair of 31s, which is similar to your 34s.

Hopefully they'll fit they way I envision them to. Fingers crossed.

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From whom did you get the measurements? Where did they measure? Did they measure an actual pair or quoted just some size charts? For the real vintage fades why not take a real vintage fit and take the SD-101? ;) 
Nah you are right, when you hem the leg opening won't be that slim anymore.

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don't order too small on their standard denim - it keeps shrinking and is less forgiving over time then one might think...

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33 minutes ago, beautiful_FrEaK said:

From whom did you get the measurements? Where did they measure? Did they measure an actual pair or quoted just some size charts? For the real vintage fades why not take a real vintage fit and take the SD-101? ;) 
Nah you are right, when you hem the leg opening won't be that slim anymore.

Mie from Denimio measured an actual pair for me. 

Haha, I like the vintage fade but a vintage fit has never flattered my body shape or height!

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Just now, Foxy2 said:

don't order too small on their standard denim - it keeps shrinking and is less forgiving over time then one might think...

Does the waist not stretch out as you wear them?

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It will stretch but not much and slowly. It is not a stretchy denim at all. The thread is littered with similar comments, advising people not to size down for this reason.

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10 hours ago, Maynard Friedman said:

It will stretch but not much and slowly. It is not a stretchy denim at all. The thread is littered with similar comments, advising people not to size down for this reason.

Estimating where the jeans will sit, my waist measures 32". The waist of the OW jeans measure 31.5", so I think I went pretty TTS. Unless of course you think I should size up.

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You will get 0.5” of stretch from a one-wash pair, so as long as the quoted measurements are correct, you’ll be fine.

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11 hours ago, Maynard Friedman said:

It will stretch but not much and slowly. It is not a stretchy denim at all. The thread is littered with similar comments, advising people not to size down for this reason.

This^^.

Absolutey great denim, high contrast or vintage fades dependent on the washing regime but definitely not a very forgiving/easily stretched denim.

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Ahh I see, on the upside, at least the denim sounds stable. But does it continue to shrink smaller and smaller like one user suggests?

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for me, sda is automatic size up 2 for the waist. then it's a matter of finding cuts that you like on the thighs and legs.

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9 hours ago, diggers said:

can i post orgueil pants in here? XD

Crack on mate, much as I would like to I can't make Orgueil work for me but would to see more of their stuff posted 

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that's a real beaut diggers. how heavy is the fabric? Orgueil is top knotch

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1 good soak and wash gets all the shrink out I found. Waist will shrink but stretch back with each wash and subsequent wear

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Some really nicely faded original Champloo jeans on the Double Volante blog.
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Picked up an indigo-dyed Orgueil henley at Self Edge yesterday and I'm loving it. Might be the beefiest non-waffle tee I own…either way, the fit's just what I was looking for and the fabric's something else.

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The buttons, in particular, are really special, though the above selfie doesn't do them justice. Was worth a shot.

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And your tee is fitting perfectly to your awesome looking Levis jeans Julian-Wolf

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