The buttons holes were last compared on day 160. Since then the jeans have been washed, but for some strange reason you can't see much difference in them. They've always just looked rough and a little unfinished.
In the top photograph, there's seven pictures. Each one from the 6 months of the test. The last picture in the photo is of them after they have been washed. Not much difference, besides for the shine that's on the others.
As always I will attempt my maths sum to see how many times I have opened and closed the buttons till the day they were washed on 183 days. Opening and closing the buttons whilst getting dressed and undressed, at least twice a day, so that is three hundred and sixty six times. Let's average going to the toilet during that time to twice a day, which is open and closed four times a day times hundred and sixty days, gives us seven hundred and thirty two times. Add all of that up, and I have opened and closed the buttons on these jeans about one thousand and ninety eight times during the last hundred and eighty three days. I always thought there would be more wear on the button holes, but just goes to show how well they're made these days.
Tomorrow I'm publishing a 360 degree photo series of the jeans before the wash and after the wash. Then you'll be able to see how they have changed.