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Yet another: What should my next pair of raw denims be?

post #1 of 10
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So I have purchased the following.

Nudie RR Grey Selvage. This were good but the quality wasn't great and the crotch disintegrated. Also I would prefer something w/out the flair. No tapering either, just a straight leg.

LVC 1947. These also wore out a little bit too fast despite the fact they were really sturdy selvage.

I have a fairly athletic build and skinny jeans look awful on me.

So far I am looking at these:

Cultizm.com - LEE GOLD 1966 101 Z DRY JEANS LEE GOLD 1966 101 Z DRY JEANS L2004941

and

Cultizm.com - WRANGLER BLUE BELL 13MWZ DRY JEANS - THE ORIGINAL WRANGLER BLUE BELL 13MWZ DRY JEANS - THE ORIGINAL W11730041

Any have any experience w/ either of these brands? or other suggestions?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
post #2 of 10
I don't know about the quality of the upper lines of those brands, but I like the Lees better than the Wranglers.
post #3 of 10
Oni.
post #4 of 10
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Oni.
I'm intrigued. Any websites that might offer these Onis
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I don't know about the quality of the upper lines of those brands, but I like the Lees better than the Wranglers.
My issue w/ the Lees is that the back pockets are really far apart. Might make the whole jean look funny.
post #6 of 10
I think they have Oni at Blue in Green.
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I'm intrigued. Any websites that might offer these Onis
http://blueingreensoho.com/site/inde...mart&Itemid=28
post #8 of 10
I own four pairs of Onis. I highly recommend them.
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I own four pairs of Onis. I highly recommend them.
Can you tell me a little more about them?

How is the fit on the different cuts?

These appear to be unsanforized but fit a little larger to begin with. So maybe by regular size which should account for shriking?
post #10 of 10
I buy either 36 or 38 in everything, even the STF jeans.

The blue fit is a more slim-ish fit (think 66 cut) and the red fits are looser. They're all straight-leg.

I would find the model you're interested in and try and look at the POST-SOAK measurements online.
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