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Same style and cut number, different washes???

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
I ordered two pairs of A pockets in the DBL (Amsterdam wash) from Nordstoms.com, but instead I got one pair in Amsterdam, and the other pair is the Broadway (BDY) wash. (they are both beautiful!!!) My only questions is that both came with the same Style number and cut number on their tags- is this possible? I will post pictures tomorrow- both pairs are authentic as far as I can tell, but how would they both have the following info:

Style: U1130162U-162U
Cut #: 702506

I know that they only differ in wash, but wouldn't that be reflected in these numbers somehow? Or is it based only on the style of the jean? THANKS!!!
post #2 of 17
Neither of those wash codes are the correct codes for Amsterdam (AMS) or Broadway (BRO)... so i'm confused. And u113 is NOT an A pocket.
post #3 of 17
did you typo? you meant U130, not 113, right?

Anyway, to answer the question, yes, often multiple styles have the same style number. The style number you posted (if it's really 130) matches amsterdam A for sure. I believe dieselwhore also got like 3 different pairs when he ordered 3 of those nordies ams A's
post #4 of 17
DBL does not = AMS does not = BRO.

Me confused too
post #5 of 17
Thread Starter 
The wash codes that came on the Nordstrom packages are BDY and DBL- on the order summary the DBL is for the denim blue amsterdam wash, and I thought BDY was Broadway- what was is BDY? And is denim blue amsterdam not the amsterdam wash? Sorry for all the questions- I'm still learning all the washes and styles. Also, I made a typo with the style- it is U130162U- sorry about the extra 1!!! (u113) Does this make better sense?
post #6 of 17
Ohhh those are what was on the Nordies invoice... that's not the real codes. That's just some crap they use themselves
post #7 of 17
nordies doesnt go by real wash codes
post #8 of 17
Thread Starter 
Thanks for your help! I'll be sure to post pictures when I am selling them and hopefully someone can help me identify the correct washes then...
post #9 of 17
Ok...be sure to post inner tags and white stickers
post #10 of 17
Thread Starter 
Here are the pictures of the pairs of jeans that I got from Nordstrom.com...they look the same in the pictures, but in person I feel like the washes are slightly different...can jeans of the same wash vary slightly? I ordered two pairs in the Amsterdam wash, so are these both Amsterdam, or did I get something else instead?

Pair #1:







Pair #2:






Thanks for your help!
post #11 of 17
Both Amsterdam A's
post #12 of 17
How common is it to get both with the same cut number? Or is that just rare in any other situation?
post #13 of 17
Often stores will get the entire batch of one type of jean therefore all the jeans will have the same cut number (as for example above, Nordies ordered a good quantity of AMS A's and therefore ended up with the same cut number on them). The cut number serves as the batch number and while it is hard on ebay to find an authentic with more than 2-3 with the same cut number, it is more common in large department stores if you go to one store and there is alot of the same cut number in one specific style.

Hope that made sense
post #14 of 17
They both look like AMS to me.
post #15 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by lauriebell
Often stores will get the entire batch of one type of jean therefore all the jeans will have the same cut number (as for example above, Nordies ordered a good quantity of AMS A's and therefore ended up with the same cut number on them). The cut number serves as the batch number and while it is hard on ebay to find an authentic with more than 2-3 with the same cut number, it is more common in large department stores if you go to one store and there is alot of the same cut number in one specific style.

Hope that made sense
Thanks lauriebell! That's kind of alarming and it really makes me want to learn all the fake numbers since a seller COULD sell a batch of auths w/ same cut # on ebay, and i'd assume they were fake.
post #16 of 17
Yep... you sometimes find authentic jeans with a "fake" cut number... counterfeiters lifted the certain cut numbers and mass produced them.
post #17 of 17


This is the style number for a pair of jeans that I love!! Can anybody help tell me what they are? And if anything else fits this way. I got them as a hand me down and have tried to replicate them with several a pockets and I'm not having much luck!
Thanks!
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