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post #46 of 682
Notice a lot of skinny's- anyone wearing bootcut that can recommend a good jean?

Have a pair of Big Star's right now (Voyager), but that's it that fits- need to find some more...
post #47 of 682
Try Levi's capital E Wyatt relaxed boot. The demin is soft, I find that to be the most important in jeans. Soft denim is comfortable to wear regardless of cut.
post #48 of 682
Lucky 7 for all mankind and American Eagle fits me best it seems.
post #49 of 682
Dolce & Gabbana or a standard pair of Ralph Lauren Polo do me.
post #50 of 682
used to like polo jeans but now only levi's and AX.
post #51 of 682
I buy mostly raw denim, and let it wear in, but I also but a few prewashed jeans.

I have quite a few J. Steger jeans, lots of Affliction, a few Robin's, some 501 from before they were junk, and some custom made jeans too.

John C.
post #52 of 682
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Originally Posted by LilGator View Post
Notice a lot of skinny's- anyone wearing bootcut that can recommend a good jean?

Have a pair of Big Star's right now (Voyager), but that's it that fits- need to find some more...

You might like the Rock & Republic Floyd Chiller Jeans.
post #53 of 682
Okay, maybe I can find an answer here before I waste tons of money on return shipping.

By now I realize that Levi jeans aren't meant for me. They fit me a bit loose below the hip, and in the rump and crotch area, there is extra material. So the result is that it makes my butt and thighs rather large, which is embarrassing, since the rest of my body is rather skinny.

Can anybody recommend a pair of jeans that are not Levis that don't have excess cloth in the crotch/thigh area, and ride easy on the hips? Waist is 29, and Length probably 28 or 29. I'm sure companies have their own stereotypes on how they make/shape their jeans....

Many, many thanks to those who can solve my problem! I'll be buying blindly online, so online testimonial is all I have to go by.
post #54 of 682
Just got a pair of True Religion Bobby Godiva jeans...they're awesome (they very much should be at almost $300...), and some 7 For All Mankinds...great, but not as w00t as the True Religion.


And apparently I have a similar situation as Ryan, as Levis just make me look baggy...
post #55 of 682
Tommy Hilfiger relaxed straight and Levi's for me nowadays, before this I wore Pepe and Lee.
post #56 of 682
Just picked up an Armani J31, and it sure feels nice. Nice fit, comfortable, and well made.
Quite expensive though, even on sale...
post #57 of 682
I've gone through 3 pairs of Levi's 569 loose cut in the past 7 months.

The friggin things are so comfortable, but all 3 have ripped / thinned out right where the right back pocket is sewn into the corner. Same spot, all 3 pants. I wear my pants loose with a belt too, so it's not like they're splitting at the seams because of tightness.
post #58 of 682
i feel sorry for anyone buying true religion.
post #59 of 682
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i feel sorry for anyone buying true religion.
Reason being?
post #60 of 682
I have never spent $300 on a pair of jeans. All mine were bought from sale.
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