Help Freddy vs Jason clothes

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by Lord of the props, May 24, 2006.

  1. Lord of the props

    Lord of the props Well-Known Member

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    Hello

    I am wondering if someone here can help me identify the type/name/size of the
    pants Robert Englund worn as Freddy Krueger in the last VS movie.

    I would also be very grateful if someone could identify the size/name/type of the pants
    that Jason has

    Here are some pictures taken of the original hero clothes, but I don´t know what pants it is
    Anyone?

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    From what I understand the size is suppose to be very tall and wide
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  2. Lord of the props

    Lord of the props Well-Known Member

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    Please help
     
  3. Predatormv

    Predatormv Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I would also like to know, as well as where I can get boots like Jasons.
     
  4. IAMMAUL

    IAMMAUL Active Member

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    Looking at the label on the second pic it looks like Dockers Slacks. Maybe the 35W means 35 waist.

    IMHO

    Rudy G.
     
  5. Predatormv

    Predatormv Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Good looking IAMMAUL I hadn't noticed the dockers label on the pants. Now where can I find some big lift boots like Jasons?
     
  6. clownluv15

    clownluv15 Well-Known Member

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    kay,someone tell me where i can get a jacket like jason has?what are some wheathering techniques for the pants and jacket?
     
  7. Ash

    Ash Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    As for boots look for lift boots at places like Hot Topic at the mall or depending on how tall you are some simple risers in normal Red Wing hiking boots should do fine.

    As far as aging goes on the pants and shirts... it all depends on when you need them. If your not going to use them until Halloween dig a hole and bury then suckas. Otherwise sandpaper and good ol' dirt works okay.



    -Ash
     

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