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i have SDL703 and i totally agree with tvshooter. jeans run small, top block and thigh area are so tight. i usually wear size 27 in most women's jeans but SDL703 is different case, i went TTS and i couldnt fit in. tried to stretch them (esp thigh and top block area), it took me a month to squeeze my butt and finally get all buttons done, i should have sized up to 29.

take a note that SDL703 are low rise jeans, so the waist size is measured on your hips. please size up 2 for best comfortable fit or size up 1 if you have slender thighs :)

here's the only fitpic that i took last year.

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my wife has them and loves them. she's thin (and japanese) but far from a stick.

one thing is for sure, they fade nicely.

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tvshooter n the_ming: please show us ur lady's jeans,sir. :)

i have them too. yup, they're nice jeans. already wear them about 5months. same like kayodic, when the first time i can't button up all the button. but now they stretch at their waist and thigh but not a lot because they still tight. and i agree with kayodic about the sizing

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SDL703 is 14oz, but seem lighter coz they're so soft..

i went TTS and they stretched out alot in the waist, but not so for the thighs.

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Thanks kayodic and tvshooter! I think I'll size up one then.

kayodic, have they stretched much since your purchase? haha.

waist stretched pretty much (around 1.5"-2" because i fiercely stretched it) but not thigh. i have put em on hiatus since they're still not too comfortable, yeah thigh problem :(

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tried to sneak a few pic's today while chillin round the house. she's got on a crappy skinny belt, which is fug, but will be gettin new belt soon. as you can see the waist is def low rise. they squeeze n flatten her butt a little but they're kinda new so they should wear in over time. she's used to her FH 3001's n PBJ's so these are a nice change to a womens jean.

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I think i wear my jeans tighter than your gf's jeans, TVshooter :P

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I got a pair of balders that are too small for my gf so looking to sell them off

size 25, let me know...they are brand new with tags attached. (no soak, no hem)

willing to let go for cheap. pm me

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Noob question,

I'm looking into getting my girlfriend a pair of PBJ1069. I measured her favorite fitting jeans waist and came up with a 28, so I'm looking into that size for her.

My concern is the 5% polyurethane for stretch. Does that help prevent any stretching out at all? She's small and petite and likes her jeans to be slim fitting and does not want a pair to eventually stretch out to much. So I need to figure this out when deciding on a size for her.

Thanks in advance.

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they make size 25 balders??? could you PM me measurements (: thanks

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tvshooter >> the 703 looks awesome on her

does she size for the FH3001? coz those look excellent on her as well

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older pic from last summer, but you get the idea how they fit. same size, 31.

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denim looks way nicer now. must updates these soon.

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Slightly tweaked 3sixteen+ 99BSP stretch selvedge jean is coming out next week, it's gonna be super flavorful.

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^ smaller pockets?

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^ smaller pockets?

I hope not. That's the thing that ruins it for me in women's jeans...the freakishly small pockets. An odd concept, considering that most women have larger asses than men.

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My new pair from Railcar Fine Goods (Viper X001)

http://www.railcarfinegoods.com/p/shop_22.html

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detail

- 13.5oz Cone Mills red line selvedge 100% cotton denim fabric from the White Oak plant in North Carolina.

- Raw thick heavy leather patch that is heat burnt branded with Railcar logo

- Selvedge in the outseam, fly, and coin pocket

- Chain stitch bottom hem

- Single continuous chain stitch on the waistband that is tucked in to prevent unraveling

- Railcar “R†stitch in the fly to reinforce the waistband to the fly to the body panel. Also to even more lock the chainstitch on the waistband

- 2 piece waistband to prevent rear gapping and to achieve fades on top of the waistband when aging the jeans

- hand hammered traditional washer rivets

- branded waistband button

- YKK zipper

- 2 tone stitch color (total of 4 thread colors in the jeans)

- Screen printed on the heavy pocket bag with Railcar art logo

- extra clean stitching (flip the jeans inside out to see)

- belt loops tucked into the waistband

- The whole jeans was made on non-automated traditional jeans making sewing machines. No automatic machines was used to make the jeans. 100% made by Railcar manufacturing.

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apparently i sized up one to get better combs and i sag em a bit.

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^ smaller pockets?

Yup, slightly smaller pockets.

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Thanks heaps Max and rapunzel!

i'm happy that my legs do the justice for Railcar <3

oh rapunzel, you look cute with those boots and hoodie!

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3sixteen+ 99BSP while FH Balders are in the wash.

Apologies for the lack of quality of pics. Lost the charger to my DiSLeR battery during my move. Will hopefully find it soon.

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