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I threw my Cushman 22501 in the wash at 60°C just to see if there was more shrinkage left in them. I can say that the fit became a lot better! I think they only were soaked when I got them. The top block is still really tight but I think they will loosen up after some wear. I will try to take new fit pics in the weekend.

The measurements BIG-style after a 60°C wash and a hour of wear.

Size 32/36

Waist 33

Thigh 12.4

Front rise 11.6

Back rise 16.8

Inseam 33

Legopening 8.8

Edited by tigerstrom

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feel like i spamming this thread constantly .....

 

took a few comparison shots of the M-WW2 and the M-47  , didnt go into crazy detail or anything but there better than nothing 

 

47 left , ww2 right 

 

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notice the iron hidden rivets on the ww2 pair 

 

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coin pocket 

 

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really like the dual coloured stitching on the M-47

 

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back pocket stitching on the M-WW2 is pretty wonky 

 

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thats me finished posting for a bit ;)

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Here are measurements for the CSF WR1948XX (post wash & flat waist, not circular) from Western River:

 

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Disclaimer: I'm not in any way responsible for the accuracy of these measurements!

 

 

 

 

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feel like i spamming this thread constantly .....

 

took a few comparison shots of the M-WW2 and the M-47  , didnt go into crazy detail or anything but there better than nothing 

 

47 left , ww2 right 

 

20160715_155813_zpses1myof9.jpg

 

notice the iron hidden rivets on the ww2 pair 

 

20160715_154933_zpse0zjmuf0.jpg

 

20160715_155008_zps9lvhxx8s.jpg

 

coin pocket 

 

20160715_154342_zpsz8qti5ku.jpg

 

really like the dual coloured stitching on the M-47

 

20160715_155355_zps4vb6wkqs.jpg

 

back pocket stitching on the M-WW2 is pretty wonky 

 

20160715_155635_zps7cw9eh7a.jpg

 

thats me finished posting for a bit ;)

 

 

 

You are NEVER spamming Flash! Loving the details, even though I'm handcuffed on buying at mo. Best try eBay some of my old EVIS stuff but it's a bit out of style at mo...

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Thank you guys :) The denim is very nice and hairy! The fit got a lot better after a wash. I'm happy I got them!

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Yeah I really like the fit too, and the legtwist ;) They look a bit slimmer in the picture than they really are.

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Boys whats the front rise on your ww2's?

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If I remember correctly the front rise on the Cushman size 32 was 11.6

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Ohh what about a 36? Maybe around 12 and a quarter?

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The eagle has finally landed!

 

Will do a bigger review sometimes later. Just let me tell you so far: They are something special! And definitely not for everyone.

They are probably the perfect repro jeans so they are not the perfectly sewn jeans you know from Ooe or Roy.

 

Some teaser pics

 

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And the measurements of my size 36 x 36

 

Waist: 35.5"

Front rise: 12.7"

Back rise: 17"

Thigh: 13.3"

Knee: 10"

Leg opening: 9.25"

Inseam: 36"

Edited by beautiful_FrEaK

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I love their packaging, looking forward to the full review!

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Look forward to hearing how you like them b_F.  The two measurements that stand out for me are the 13.3" thigh and 12.7" front rise.  That's quite a combo of trim and high -- you may look taller in these jeans ;-)

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Jeez supwr slow bf we need post soak measurements man come on dont keep us all excited

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They call me the chinkstitcher

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