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Going RAW during the summer...

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Do any of you guys actually work on your raws during the summer time? I mean, it's quite hot outside and if you are going to be wearing them around outside when its like 90 degrees, you'll be sweating and then they'll smell. Since most people want to hold off on the washing...

Don't know, just wondering if you guys still work on any projects during the summer, that's all lol...
post #2 of 9
I wore mine down in Phoenix in 100 weather, and I was fine. Didn't stink at all, but I don't sweat alot so.
post #3 of 9
i tae-boe in my raws and sweating isn't a problem because my sweat naturally smells pure.
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Going RAW during the summer...

I'll rock raws during the summer. However, I would'nt wear anything heavier than, say, 12-13oz.
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If you're looking to break them in the summers perfect for raws. The heat and sweat combined will weaken the fabric and fade according to your lifestyle.
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yeah i think its actually a better time to break them in....esp if you are outdoors more. I cant wait to use my trouleg 8aa all summer
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I just bought my first pair and I live in Florida. Its already heating up lol, I suppose I have no choice

post #8 of 9

invest in baby powder... for when you feeling not so fresh down there...

all that sweating aint good for the denim... especially if you're not gonna wash your jeans for 6 months... crotch explosion will happen

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Recently bought an indigo APC PS in a lighter raw denim, 'leger' or something it's called. More expensive than the regular PS in heavy denim, I paid 155 at the APC shop. I think this is a perfect lighter summer raw denim. I will probably not wear my Dior raw denim, too heavy and warm.

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