Affliction Ace Raw Jean
- Slim fit button fly straight leg jean
- Mid-rise, 18" bottom opening
- Raw edge leather applique on back flap pockets
- Hand sanding, grinding, tacking, dremmeling and cuts with fill yarn details
- Leather Affliction label on back
- 100% Cotton.
- Wash inside out. Wash separately in cold water. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low turned inside out. Iron low heat as needed.
- This quality denim has been hand finished for a unique, individual look. It will wear like your old favorite jeans, with each hole and tear continuing to destruct over time. We hope you love the vintage appearance and comfort of wearing jeans that have the look and feel of years of wear. Thanks for making the Buckle your denim destination.
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Too Snug These pants run a little large in the waist (roughly two inches). So if your waist is truly 32", then a "30" will fit. I have found this to be the case with all Affliction jeans. The problem with the "Ace" fit is they are very narrow though the leg. I know that they are a "slim fit" jean, but they do not seem to be proportionally slim. They fit fine in the waist, but they were very tight everywhere else. I am rather athletic, but do not have big legs by any standard. I'm not sure who these pants would fit well... maybe if you were all hips they would work, so long as you are skinny everywhere else. February 11, 2013
A decoration or ornament, as in needlework, made by cutting pieces of one material and applying to the surface of another.
A gentle grinding process done by hand that uses a fine grain abrasive to remove small amounts of surface material.
A process used to break yarns in a fabric to create holes or tears.
A technique that folds layers of fabric and holds it together using a plastic 'tack'. When the tacks are undone, a pattern of light and dark is revealed.
Heavy 'nick' marks made with a dremmel tool to accomplish a worn appearance.
Short yarns that run crosswise to the warp yarns.