125 thoughts on “Jeans

  1. Anonymous says:

    >people paying $200+ for "good" jeans
    >be me
    >buy wrangler relaxed fit from walmart
    >"anon I love your jeans where’d you get them from?"

    feels good not to be a denim autist

      • Anonymous says:

        https://i.imgur.com/aXLXMKi.jpg

        Check Amazon for UK they are called rustlers.

        hecking hell they look awful. Are you trying to be edgy or ironic or what?

    • Anonymous says:

      this
      >literally $15 wrangler cowboy cut from the hardware store
      >women constantly fawn over how flattering jeans look on me

    • Anonymous says:

      This also rustlers. So many compliments

      this
      >literally $15 wrangler cowboy cut from the hardware store
      >women constantly fawn over how flattering jeans look on me

      Cowboy cut wrangler is the most underrated jean on the market. works with everything i wear.

    • Anonymous says:

      You can get away with it now because the current trend is looking like kind of a bum (and boomer brands with grandpa fits are perfect for this). In a couple years we’ll cycle back to slim fit and everyone will think you’re a slob if you keep it up.

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/aXLXMKi.jpg

      Check Amazon for UK they are called rustlers.

      this
      >literally $15 wrangler cowboy cut from the hardware store
      >women constantly fawn over how flattering jeans look on me

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      Cowboy cut wrangler is the most underrated jean on the market. works with everything i wear.

      Wrangler chads stay winning.

      You can get away with it now because the current trend is looking like kind of a bum (and boomer brands with grandpa fits are perfect for this). In a couple years we’ll cycle back to slim fit and everyone will think you’re a slob if you keep it up.

      Cowboy cut is timeless. Cope harder, trend chaser.

        • Anonymous says:

          What are you even taking about? Do you not know what "timeless" means? 13mwz is a timeless cut because it isn’t baggy, it isn’t skinny, it is simply designed to look good on fit bodies. Since it looks good without following any trends, it never falls out of fashion. And nobody is going to get "roasted" if they objectively look good.

        • Anonymous says:

          >Jean in continuous production since at least 1947
          >Still use American cotton
          >No changes to the fit in that time

          Cowboy cuts are about as classic as a pair of jeans gets. Levi’s can’t go two years without hecking something up on the 501 and all of their best cuts are either unavailable in a decent denim, or are released seasonally at 3x what they used and 0.25x their prior durability under the ‘premium’ line

          I swear, I have no ass, but somehow wranglers make my butt look great, too bad I don’t tuck in my jerseys.

          It’s the back pocket placement. Wranglers sit closer to the yoke. In combination with a higher back rise, it means they sit on your cheeks. They emphasize your ass while the fabric below them contours to the shape of your legs. Meanwhile 90% of other denim makers insist on placing pockets further down so that they sit half on your ass and half on your hamstring. Literally giving the impression of sagging even if your pants are pulled all the way up. It’s hecking criminal that something so ugly is industry standard

          • Anonymous says:

            This also heck yes wrangler Chad’s. Have you tryed the carpenter jeans? Saw them at an outlet store for 11 bucks thinking of picking up if they are 100 precent cotton. Either that or get another pair of mwz13 for 20 bucks also fingers crossed for finding wrangler chore coat or denim shirts or jacket.

    • Anonymous says:

      this
      >literally $15 wrangler cowboy cut from the hardware store
      >women constantly fawn over how flattering jeans look on me

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      […]
      Cowboy cut wrangler is the most underrated jean on the market. works with everything i wear.

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      Wrangler chads stay winning.

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      Cowboy cut is timeless. Cope harder, trend chaser.

      I like everything about wranglers except how they flare out below the knees. I wear boots but lace ups and they look like bell bottoms.

      This also heck yes wrangler Chad’s. Have you tryed the carpenter jeans? Saw them at an outlet store for 11 bucks thinking of picking up if they are 100 precent cotton. Either that or get another pair of mwz13 for 20 bucks also fingers crossed for finding wrangler chore coat or denim shirts or jacket.

      >not wearing lees
      cringe, wrangler’s back pockets are hecking ugly

        • Anonymous says:

          Kek it’s not about the money, I have a pair of selvedge jeans and they’re nice but overrated. People obsessed with a single item of clothing like boots, denim, and sneakers are always a huge circlejerk of the most anal gays on planet earth. They care so deeply about details no one will notice they’re willing to pay stupid amounts of money they could spend improving the rest of their wardrobe.

          • Anonymous says:

            >They care so deeply about details no one will notice they’re willing to pay stupid amounts of money they could spend improving the rest of their wardrobe.

            I kinda agree with this, but I think they do most of these things for their own joy and happines rather than impressing people.

          • Anonymous says:

            doesn’t matter, the cuts and material simply look better. you’ll always look better in repro cut levis than a modern pair of levis. there’s one or two budget niche examples like wrangler that didn’t heck their product up over the years, you’ll get bored of buying the same jeans after a while.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yea, I’ve tried many different brands and the only one that is comfortable, not expensive (on sale) and doesn’t squeeze your crotch (got big dick) is Wrangler. I’ve been wearing texas slim fit for a while and definitely won’t change.

    • Anonymous says:

      >buy Levi’s for $80
      >lasts forever and looks good
      I’ve been using a black pair as work pants for 6 years and they haven’t faded at all somehow.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Best poorgay jeans? Need them in black, darkstone and stonewash, not living in the USA so things like “get this pair of jeans that costs $20 in Walmart for £100 second hand!” isnt ideal lol

        • Anonymous says:

          oh heck it’s one size bigger yeah bro idk you’re hecked it’s literally impossible to wear pants that’s only 1 size larger
          it’s unfortunate, we need a nigga to invest something you loop through those holes on pants to make them fit better if they’re slightly too big
          but that’s just wishful thinking

          • Anonymous says:

            you are dumb as heck nigga why are you on the fashion board if you think the definition of clothes fitting is that they dont fall off your waist

          • Anonymous says:

            Weren’t they slow faders? Was at a uniqlo store and almost got a pair of the 2% elasthane slim straights.
            What’s the diffetence between kaihara and regular selvedge?

          • Anonymous says:

            ive bought the non stretch slim straights a few times and gotten very fast and very slow fading ones. from what i can tell reading online its been a tossup what you get batch to batch, its not something where some years it was one and some years the other its just random. getting the slow faders isn’t really a bad thing, they take a long time to start showing fades but wind up with a ton of contrast, and they make for a great candidate for frequent wash vintage fade jeans (what i always do when i get them.)
            ill probably wind up trying an elastine pair once i heck the ones i’m wearing up. they’re just a good cheap warmer weather weight denim and i like simple details.
            all the kaiharas are slow faders. the difference is its just a different denim from an actual named mill (kaihara taiwan, not their japan mill) its pretty nice for the price especially since you can find it on sale at some mall brands like uniqlo/gap below retail sometimes.

  3. Anonymous says:

    just get a pair of iron hearts and call it a day. Nothing else is as universal and perfected compared to their design

  4. Anonymous says:

    She’s surprisingly not too bad looking.

    And her brain is rotten obviously but so is the brain of 99% of other women, it’s not like she’s a crazy outlier like Ben.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I like everything about wranglers except how they flare out below the knees. I wear boots but lace ups and they look like bell bottoms.

    • Anonymous says:

      They’re a true straight leg. They only flare because they’re too long and stacking too much, your legs are too thin for the cut, or you aren’t wearing pull-on boots to fill out that lower leg

      • Anonymous says:

        My legs are pretty thick, I squat nearly every day to keep test levels at 200%. It must be the lace ups.

        Could a tailor taper them below the knees to make them work better with lace ups and sneakers? Has anybody had any luck with this?

        • Anonymous says:

          You’re sizing wrong then. You want to buy the rigid 13mwz. The $25 ones that feel like cardboard. Get 2" longer than your actual inseam and buy them in a size where you can just pull them up over your thighs. They should be painted on from ass to the mid thigh when you first wear them but you should be able to move okay-ish because of the high rise and the stretchiness of the broken twill. You may have some room in the waist, but that’s nothing a belt won’t fix.

          Now that you have your size, throw those heckers in the washing machine inside out on hot. When they’re done they should be damp but not dripping and will look like they’ve tightened up even more. Now squeeze your ass into them and do squats, stick your arm down the thigh and try to pry it looser, do lunges, do whatever it takes to force the jeans to stretch around your thighs as they dry (cotton is much more malleable when it’s wet). Make sure you wear a belt for most of this process so the waist doesn’t get too big. As they dry, they’ll dry looser than they were to start in the thigh, but the calf, which you weren’t hecking with, will tighten up a tiny bit.

  6. Anonymous says:

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    Slims aren’t the same as skinny jeans. Skinny jeans are specifically the skin-tight look typical of women’s jeans.

    • Anonymous says:

      and cowboy cuts do fit skin tight especially through the top block and thighs after wear and washing/drying. unless you size them too big

  7. Anonymous says:

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    i dont mind slim jeans so long as there cut right like 505 is ideal just enough room where there comfy but create a nice silhouette and arent too skinny

  8. Anonymous says:

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    If you can’t see the difference between something like a 13mwz or vintage 505 and modern slim or skinny jeans, there’s no hope for you

  9. Anonymous says:

    can women stop being fat so we can go back to the y2k low rise jeans with panties showing look again?
    i can’t get my dick hard to mom jeans.

  10. Anonymous says:

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    wranglers are so unchanged over the years that you’re basically getting 95% of the equivalent to an LVC piece for 15 dollars. nu-/fashion/ is a poorgay board it shouldn’t surprise you they’re so popular.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s not just the price. If repro jap brands like Freewheelers could keep anything in stock or if Freenote or Brave Star didn’t cut their western jeans for twinks, Wrangler would have less clout among denim heads. Like, I love my Sugar Canes, I love my Indigoferas, and I love my Iron Hearts, but they all riff off of that 501 style anti fit. When it comes to cowboy cuts, Wrangler can’t be beat unless you go super niche or custom

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re also getting
      1.The weird Howdy Doody electric blue color that doesn’t look good with anything
      2. The shitty back patch that doesn’t look good with anything, and the brass rivets stand out. They look faux-rustic in a bad, larpy way.
      3. The felled outseam that looks off.
      4. A weird high rise that at least on me, is higher that Levi’s yet somehow manages to stay up worse even with a belt.
      5. They don’t work with sneakers, they don’t look good with any sportswear, the literal only thing they don’t look out of place with is western wear.
      It wouldn’t be as bad if they had nickel hardware, just the little pocket tag instead of the patch, and a more classic denim color instead of the electric blue they always fade to. At least you could make them work with stuff outside of cowboy-larp.

      • Anonymous says:

        >1.The weird Howdy Doody electric blue color that doesn’t look good with anything
        They get past the blueberry stage quick enough if you wash them regularly
        >2. The shitty back patch that doesn’t look good with anything, and the brass rivets stand out. They look faux-rustic in a bad, larpy way.
        The rivets are fine. The patch comes off in 2 seconds with a seam ripper. Do it when you first buy the jeans and it doesn’t leave a trace
        >3. The felled outseam that looks off.
        Literally more comfortable to wear but go off
        >4. A weird high rise that at least on me, is higher that Levi’s yet somehow manages to stay up worse even with a belt.
        >5. They don’t work with sneakers, they don’t look good with any sportswear, the literal only thing they don’t look out of place with is western wear.
        Taking these together because it makes me think you’re sizing wrong or you have no ass and no leg muscle to fill them out. They work fine with pretty much every kind of shoe, though I agree they’re at their best with tall boots where they can sort of hug the shaft

      • Anonymous says:

        Sounds like you should stick with ~~*Levis*~~. Wrangler is reserved for chads who don’t dress like children or melanin enriched gentlemen.

        • Anonymous says:

          This is why the endgame is always going to be Japanese denim. You don’t get stuck with the cowboy aesthetic or supporting a hebrew company. Plus Japanese denim is quite literally superior in every measure despite whatever Reddit comments you make

  11. Anonymous says:

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    >lee quality went to dog shit after the 1960’s.

    how old are you? or you’re just a smartass who thinks he knows anything

  12. Anonymous says:

    It’s like she’s almost attractive. With a shnozz like that I wonder if she’s hebrew. Also from experience, any girl who’s deep into politics on any side has something wrong with her. trust me you might think its le based but you want a girl who doesn’t think about it too much

  13. Anonymous says:

    Uniqlo doesn’t carry the regular 10% cotton selvedge in my country anymore, apparently. Only the slim straight with 2% elasthane.

    Also, managed to get a pair of Brave Star jeans for cheap on Vinted and the cut is hecking amazing, I don’t think I’ve jeans that make my ass look so good as these.

  14. Anonymous says:

    fwiw i think the new elastine fabric might not be a lottery with how deep they got rope dyed, they seem to all fade fast from what i see online.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Since there’s two active denim threads atm, I’ll ask here too

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    >What’s the difference between vintage fades and -I guess- modern fades? How do you achieve one or the other?

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