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2015/03/08 19:21:29 (permalink)
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Loose fitting jeans?

Where do you buy your jeans from as the only ones I seem to be able to find are slim or skinny. I don't have huge thighs or anything but they are certainly too big for these styles.
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Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 19:24:04 (permalink)
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 20:25:04 (permalink)
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Fat face are pretty good for thigh size, they're one of the only brands I've found where I don't have to up my waist size at least 4". Funnily enough I have one of their tapered styles amongst others and they're tight on the calves rather than the thighs!
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 20:42:22 (permalink)
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Those who can't fit into normal jeans. How big are your thighs?

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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 20:46:55 (permalink)
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skate/surf jeans have good leg room imo.
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 20:50:55 (permalink)
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Pretty much given up on jeans...tend to wear sweats or workwear...just as well I don't do smart lol.

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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 20:56:16 (permalink)
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What is workwear, just being nosey?
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:15:14 (permalink)
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Kaneda
I tend to wear straight Gap jeans. I have to wear a 34" though and they come out looking like slim fit anyway lol. There is literally nothing I've found off the shelf that fit properly round my waist and legs.

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IIRC "BOOT" is the bigger fitting size.
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:15:47 (permalink)
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Get the ones that stretch.
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:17:25 (permalink)
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I go for slim-normal fit with a slightly stretchy denim. Really baggy jeans look crap imo.

I'm 26 thighs, 32 waist.

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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:18:30 (permalink)
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Just go for a bigger size.

Boot cut or loose fitting jeans look terrible no matter what size you are.

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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:20:29 (permalink)
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TBH guys with big quads and hams look stupid in skinny jeans.
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:23:27 (permalink)
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jack5r
I go for slim-normal fit with a slightly stretchy denim. Really baggy jeans look crap imo.

I'm 26 thighs, 32 waist.


What brand?
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:24:33 (permalink)
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CitizenKane
Just go for a bigger size.

Boot cut or loose fitting jeans look terrible no matter what size you are.

Absolute horse manure.
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:26:39 (permalink)
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jack5r
I go for slim-normal fit with a slightly stretchy denim. Really baggy jeans look crap imo.

I'm 26 thighs, 32 waist.


What brand?


Levi's, motto or topman normally.

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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:28:13 (permalink)
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CitizenKane
Just go for a bigger size.

Boot cut or loose fitting jeans look terrible no matter what size you are.

Absolute horse manure.


I would agree with CK. Bootleg are awful! As are really baggy jeans with no shape.

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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:31:57 (permalink)
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jack5r
I go for slim-normal fit with a slightly stretchy denim. Really baggy jeans look crap imo.

I'm 26 thighs, 32 waist.



How tall are you mate?
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 21:39:48 (permalink)
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I've always had this problem, more so in the past when I played rugby. Waist it 34" and thighs 30-31" and I've found some Levi's are good, 514 and 511 are ok (standard and slim fit respectively), although the fit seems to range between pairs of the same size
post edited by Lay - 2015/03/08 21:40:56
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 22:26:32 (permalink)
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I have the same problem with jeans fairly big quads and arse but my waist is slim. 
 
Some levi's are good, I found G star raw pretty good to. 
 
My only tip is when you find a brand that fits well and they have multiple styles buy 3 pairs. Then at least you know you'll be good for a while. I;ve found that when a new season of stock comes in sometimes the same brand doesnt have the same fit!
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Re: Loose fitting jeans? 2015/03/08 23:01:27 (permalink)
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Trident
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I go for slim-normal fit with a slightly stretchy denim. Really baggy jeans look crap imo. 

I'm 26 thighs, 32 waist.



How tall are you mate?




He's 5'4" irrc.
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