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Old 01-02-2011, 02:34 AM
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Nudie Dry Broken Breaking In

I just bought my first pair of raw Denim and noticed the difference between the two pictures in the example thread above. Will the Nudie Dry Broken Twill jeans lose that much color from them?? I like the deep rich dark color of the jeans similar to the ones in the picture. I don't mind adding a little character but really was hoping they wouldn't lose to much of that dark color.

How much of that darkness typically goes?? Are there pre-washed jeans that retain that dark color or is that not really possible.


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Old 01-02-2011, 10:48 AM
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I dont think i can retain that dark colour you're talking about. When I bought my N&F indigo selvedge i searched up some worn in pictures of it. At first I was a bit disappointed with how much it is going to fade (turns out to be a pretty light shade of indigo). Then i realize the process of the jeans aging turning from a deep rich colour to a lighter shade with all those nice fades is a really unique so in the end i didnt really mind. After all your jeans will look a lot better than everybody else's. :P. If you really want to have your jeans faded into a dark colour, you may want to try N&F deep indigo selvedge.
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