How the FRICK are men finding pants that fit like this on them?

How the heck are men finding pants that fit like this on them?
My thighs are larger than normal so they’re a decent amount bigger than my calves. If I wear straight leg jeans you can see the difference clearly so I’m looking for a pair of pants like this.
But the problem is, everything I can find is flimsy as SHIT.
I haven’t found a single pair that actually holds its shape. Where the heck are all these fashion influencers finding jeans that do keep their shape like this?

24 thoughts on “How the FRICK are men finding pants that fit like this on them?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Uh, there are like a million brands out there. First try some of the more mainstream brands like Lee or Wrangler that are known for making more "traditional" fit jeans. If those don’t work, then go deeper.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nah this isn’t what I’m looking for.
      I actually purchased Levi’s 568 Stay Loose hoping it would be the answer but it wasn’t.

      Men aren’t wearing those kind of jeans, OP. I don’t know what kind of creatures you’re watching.

      I’m talking about this look.

      • Anonymous says:

        i’m telling you anon they’re all wearing 10-12oz paper thin jeans. it only works in photos and indoor videos. the chunky sneakers help keep the jeans in place a bit but you’ll be hard pressed to find baggy jeans that actually look good in motion and don’t get blown around and make it look like you have a broken ankle in the wind.
        i already answered your question: rick owens geth jeans, specifically the 16oz self edge collab. if you want baggy jeans that are actually decently thick and high quality. pony up 900 little boy.

      • Anonymous says:

        vintage evisu from early y2k era will also have this look for a lot cheaper than geth jeans. its quite literally the original jeans zoomers are copying right now. you need to do research on identifying fakes but you can cop vintage evisu for like 50-200 bucks and mog the absolute shit out of any wide leg temu jeans on the street.
        acne’s current lineup is pretty good too but you’re looking at 900 a pair again.

        • Anonymous says:

          y2k evisus get much wider than this btw my example’s just their normal relaxed fit there were 2 tiers of baggy above it.

      • Anonymous says:

        holy poop that looks ridiculous
        why would you even take a selfie when you just empty trash cans in a high rise office?

      • Anonymous says:

        Semantic design
        Undercover
        If six was Nine
        Berning Sho
        14th addiction

        The rest is most likely dropshipping trash like

        that’ll be my only contribution & now I’m off this degenerate board full of millenial pedos and homophobic hecks

    • Anonymous says:

      >posts pic that looks nothing like what he is asking for

      https://i.imgur.com/M426INJ.jpeg

      How the heck are men finding pants that fit like this on them?
      My thighs are larger than normal so they’re a decent amount bigger than my calves. If I wear straight leg jeans you can see the difference clearly so I’m looking for a pair of pants like this.
      But the problem is, everything I can find is flimsy as SHIT.
      I haven’t found a single pair that actually holds its shape. Where the heck are all these fashion influencers finding jeans that do keep their shape like this?

      >I haven’t found a single pair that actually holds its shape.
      No jeans will look like that in the real world, there are literally people "molding" those jeans to look like that just before the photo happens.
      That said what you are looking for is really wide and flared jeans, modern flare, not 70s flare bellbottoms.

      the best you’ll do are the rick owens x self edge geth jeans collab https://www.selfedge.com/rick-owens?product_id=2901
      16oz denim, a decent mid weight slightly on the heavy side, selected for its drape.
      naked & famous groovy guy left hand twill is probably the second best option and more reasonable around 150 bucks.
      otherwise all this shit is going to be thin and also low grade denim sharted out to chase a quick trend and make a quick buck. i stopped wearing wide leg because it makes your fit look awful whenever theres more than 5mph of wind and i live in a mountain range.

      Just get regular geth jeans, selvedge not needed.
      I agree, geth is probably some of the closest you will get to that look, but it still wont look anything like the pic in real life.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Where the heck are all these fashion influencers finding jeans that do keep their shape like this?
    they don’t. its carefully posed photos. ever seen it irl? it looks bad.

    • Anonymous says:

      the best you’ll do are the rick owens x self edge geth jeans collab https://www.selfedge.com/rick-owens?product_id=2901
      16oz denim, a decent mid weight slightly on the heavy side, selected for its drape.
      naked & famous groovy guy left hand twill is probably the second best option and more reasonable around 150 bucks.
      otherwise all this shit is going to be thin and also low grade denim sharted out to chase a quick trend and make a quick buck. i stopped wearing wide leg because it makes your fit look awful whenever theres more than 5mph of wind and i live in a mountain range.

      • Anonymous says:

        >naked & famous groovy guy left hand twill is probably the second best option and more reasonable around 150 bucks.
        nope, they look nothing like that, they are bellbottom-esque and pretty slim in the thighs unlike ops pic

        • Anonymous says:

          there’s not a whole lot of options if he wants >10oz denim in a wide cut without ponying up 900bucks.
          seen about 30 people wearing the style of jeans he’s looking for on the street since i last posted. all women zero men. all looked like extremely cheap paper thin denim (windy area, easy to tell) probably bought from a temu dropship scam off instagram if i had to imagine.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Men aren’t wearing those kind of jeans, OP. I don’t know what kind of creatures you’re watching.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Imagine being so stupid you can’t even find the most common type of jeans of the last 5 years. Literally every npc zoomer is wearing that crap. Dumber than a zoomer, impressive

  5. Anonymous says:

    Slightly off-topic, but is wearing baggy jeans a few sizes larger make a difference in how boxy I can look or it just all ends up drapy?

    • Anonymous says:

      you can go up a few sizes before the waist gets unmanageable even with a belt and this part on the side of the hip flares out too much.
      the evisus i posted earlier are like size 34 and im normally a 28. totally wearable but any bigger at the waist wouldn’t be.
      oversizing the waist makes the fit look more y2k thats what we used to do back then. not oversizing the waist and having it fitted but the rest of the pants still huge is the zoomer look. so sizing up in the waist makes it look more nig less zoomer if that makes sense.

      • Anonymous says:

        I already size up a bit. I’m a size 38 (and slowly losing weight, could go down to 36), wear size 40. I guess I could still go up to 44 since I got some size 44 baggy shorts. But yeah, I guess for me, to successfully have the 90s skater baggy look, the hips and thighs have to be baggy. And then I taper the jeans myself so that they don’t flare out when they bunch up at the feet

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