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First Nudies ;)

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 
I got my first pair of Nudies in the mail today. Thinn Finn Dry Black Coated 26x32. Waist and everything is cool but jeeeeeez are they tight around the calves. I'm sure they'll get better, and I'm no one to judge them yet, as this is my first pair of Nudies. But I took them off after the first wear and my calves felt crazy, lol. They were so tight there and finally had a chance to breathe I guess. Looking for advice/insults whatever you feel is appropriate.







Calves dont look as tight in the pics. You can kinda see it in the second pic in the closest leg, but it doesnt look as tight as it feels in any of the pics, lol.
post #2 of 20
I think they look really good! The calves will loosen up.
post #3 of 20
Thread Starter 
^ Thanks! Yea, thats what I figured. About how long till my calves get some relief!? Haha
post #4 of 20
black coated, cool. Those are some really awful pics, but the fit looks good (they'll loosen up). I've wanted some waxed denim for a while now
post #5 of 20
protip: for pictures that can be more easily judged...
  1. clean your mirror.
  2. make them bigger.
but from what i can see... they look quite snug and funky now, but should be fine after a couple hard wears.
post #6 of 20
How about you take some better pictures?
post #7 of 20
Thread Starter 
The cameras fine, but my 3 little siblings (7,6, and 5 ) mess with the mirror and now the shit you see on it now doesn't come off! Yea, I gotta get a new body mirror.

Children *ugh* ha. I cant be mad at 'em though
post #8 of 20
looks good bro!
post #9 of 20
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Originally Posted by mgoeclipse View Post
The cameras fine, but my 3 little siblings (7,6, and 5 ) mess with the mirror and now the shit you see on it now doesn't come off! Yea, I gotta get a new body mirror.

Children *ugh* ha. I cant be mad at 'em though

LOL!
post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by mgoeclipse View Post
The cameras fine, but my 3 little siblings (7,6, and 5 ) mess with the mirror and now the shit you see on it now doesn't come off! Yea, I gotta get a new body mirror.

Children *ugh* ha. I cant be mad at 'em though
for god's sake man, take some windex and a paper towel and clean the thing! Are your arms broken?
Or go to Target ,they are around 7.99 for the basic model.

Those look great from what I can see, you have the perfect build for that style.
post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by begret View Post
for god's sake man, take some windex and a paper towel and clean the thing! Are your arms broken?
Or go to Target ,they are around 7.99 for the basic model.

Those look great from what I can see, you have the perfect build for that style.
I've tried! Windex doesnt get whatever that is, off!

Thanks
post #12 of 20
Thread Starter 
By the way, its just the indigos that arent to be washed for 6 months, right? Should I still wait even though theyre black coated?
post #13 of 20
Ive made the mistake of washing black coated jeans (twice)

Once you wash them, they will just be normal black jeans. With some, including your noodies, as you wear them, they will get shiny again, but just not quite as shiny or awesome as they are now.

Its best to never wash them. If you want to keep the sheen, dry clean them. Else, if you want to let them fade, wash them.
post #14 of 20
I'm sure you can still give it a gentle hand wash without having problems with the coating coming off. I think it would be kind of disgusting to NEVER wash your clothes ever.
post #15 of 20
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys! Yea, Ive heard methods of cleaning without washing and all. Still getting use to wearing black coated nudies and nudies in general (I cant sit on half of the surfaces I used to!) Does black coated really rub off as bad as the tags on them say they will?
post #16 of 20
Those look really cool and the fit is great!!!
post #17 of 20
Thread Starter 
^ thanks

they make every other pair of jeans I own feel baggy, lol.
post #18 of 20
waiting for better pics!
post #19 of 20
Thread Starter 
^ not till I get a new mirror! Lol. But seriously, whatever the kids got on there WONT come off, sorrrrrrrry.
post #20 of 20
You don't need a mirror to take a picture of yourself, use the timer on the camera or get someone else to take it for you
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