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This jeans must be close out or made in China from Naked & Famous because to sale jeans made in Canada with Japanese denim for $99 where is the profit . something is not adding up. Be aware .
Yobi
Lol wut?!

Did you read the description?

”Once the denim is ready, it makes its way from Okayama to the Naked & Famous factory in Montreal, where it’s cut and sewn into the finished pair of jeans you see here.”

”Made in Montreal, Canada”

They have a different selvedge and branding from the usual N&F jeans. Also, just do you know, most jeans don’t cost $160-$300 to make. You’re just paying a designer markup for the style.
How much stretch can I expect from the size 36 and 38 ?
Jeans with huge letters that say “MassDrop” right about my ass. Why not make it less ambiguos and write ”BigDump” instead.
drwoodcomb
What are you even trying to say here?
dead_pixel_design
The doctor is attempting to make a pun about the name of this site and the proximity of the jeans label to the wearer's arse.

The point would actually apply if anyone who saw the wearer thought similarly, which they won't. In what setting other than a strip club is it acceptable to stare fixedly at someone else's behind, read whatever label appears there, and stroke your chin while savoring the breadth of possible associations between the buttocks and the label?
hundred dollah jeans! gawd help us all
bilboda
Yeah, cheap jeans, even for Naked and Famous. I would love to see some really premium brands on Massdrop, some nice $300 or $400 Iron Hearts, something like that.
Anyone have an ID in those shoes?
A_T_L_A_S
I believe the shoes are these: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/massdrop-x-allen-edmonds-unlined-chukka-boot
Any idea how "weird guy" fit compares to Levi's "straight fit", namely 514? If I'm Levi's size 32-33, is it correct that I'd be size 30 (waist 32) in this one?
mantasm
Don't go by size comparison, especially with the Weird Guy, you will 100% want to get out the measuring tape or a peice of string and a yard stick. If you try to guess the size of these based off of another company, especially Levi, you are going to really screw yourself.
Hmm so looking for some advice. I'm looking for a pair of nice jeans for business casual, I generally get most of mine from Costco. I've got a pair (dont' recall if its Kirkland branded or not) that I had since college that is still nice and dark with no fade after tossing it into the wash biweekly. Been browsing thru the jeans on massdrop for awhile now.

Every pair of jeans I've seen on massdrop seem to emphasize fade, "character", and a general wear which to me is extremely undesirable. I get its fashion choice but am looking for something that is less artsy and more for a corporate environment. Should I just bit the bullet and head for the mall or is there something available here like that?
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I'm responding to the latest comment, but its clear now that I in a little over my head. I'll hold off on these for now and look at what matches my needs.
Chairman_Wang
Cold washing the denim with a bit of vinegar will help limit the fade. I've got a pair of N&F jeans that I bought back in December and immediately soaked it in old water, after over 3 months of regular wear there is still no fade except for a slight outline where my phone, wallet, and knife left an imprint.
If my waist is a measured 34 should I buy a 32 pant size or 33 so there is an inch of wiggle room?
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Most jeans will stretch up to an inch in the waist. I wouldn't factor that in as much as making sure the jeans fit properly the day you buy them.
As Bahzad said, the waist does stretch a bit with wear so that part hasn't been a problem for me. The thighs might be a tiny bit looser, but not enough to really notice.
This is the same price as the selvedge collab. I love the slub, but I'll hold off for selvedge options.
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I see now. I was looking in photo 7 for the edge, but notice it's a micro-selvedge ID. It's just hard to see.
DryRunGoods
It's a very unique selvedge detail that was reproduced based on some vintage denim.

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