do any types of jeans besides wrangler cowboy cut that actually have the back pockets on the ass, and not 6 inches lower onto the back of the leg?

do any types of jeans besides wrangler cowboy cut that actually have the back pockets on the ass, and not 6 inches lower onto the back of the leg? it’s so unflattering

20 thoughts on “do any types of jeans besides wrangler cowboy cut that actually have the back pockets on the ass, and not 6 inches lower onto the back of the leg?

  1. Anonymous says:

    If you don’t mind sewing, those pockets on jeans are super easy to remove and sew back on. Use a razor or seam ripper, pull off the pocket, and sew back on a bit higher.
    The main thing to look out for is that the area underneath the pocket will be darker then the surrounding denim, unless it’s unwashed denim.

    • Anonymous says:

      The only thing that should be in your back pocket is a girl’s hands when she’s copping a feel. People who put iPhone 14s in the their back pockets and then sit down are hecking morons.

        • Anonymous says:

          if your wallet doesn’t fit into vintage jeans what the heck is wrong with you? are you hebrew by chance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoPf98i8A0g

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s a vintage trifold, but as my previous post explains, it’s the combination of wallet and keys together that creates a huge lump, and the reason my wallet goes in the back pocket.

          • Anonymous says:

            oh you were replying to that tard who doesn’t know where a wallet goes & probably carries a purse carry on.

            Why did they lower pockets that low in the first place? Surely there’s no economic incentive to do that, right?

            because in the time since pockets were higher most men stopped tucking their shirts and now wear things like t-shirts which were considered underwear back then. when’s the last time you saw a guy under 30 with a tucked shirt?
            the answer is Black folk, it streamlines your torso and makes it look like youre sagging.

    • Anonymous says:

      its also because most jeans are patterned based off levis, which are designed to steamline your body and make it look like a washing board. which is desirable for your average fat piece of shit these days but looks ugly if you’re in shape. levis jeans patterns began trending in this direction in the 1950’s before cell phones existed.

  2. Anonymous says:

    the better question, why do most jeans have such shitty cuts nowadays
    its like they were made to be worn by someone impersonating a human

  3. Anonymous says:

    man i found a perfect pair of jeans i’d been looking for and the hecking back pockets were so far down my ass it looked like i was sagging my pants. had to return them feelsbadman

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