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Once again, inserting a woman's point of view into a man's thread... Low rise jeans are great for women like me, who have a very small waist to hip ratio. Most regular jeans are far

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Old 12-18-2006   #31 (permalink)
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Once again, inserting a woman's point of view into a man's thread...

Low rise jeans are great for women like me, who have a very small waist to hip ratio. Most regular jeans are far too big in the waist. A lower rise allows for a much better fit. I was thrilled when they came into style.

I just posted a few pics to my gallery of the jeans I'm wearing right now (sans shirt so you can see the fit better.)

I'm not a fan of the super low styles though, because I don't like to go out in public with a bare midriff (I know it's hard to believe, but I'm really only an exhibitionist here...)

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Old 12-18-2006   #32 (permalink)
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Grnman, your bulge in your charly's is much, much larger than mine, it's good that they have lycra.

Love to show off, that has always been the problem with traditional Levi's, the thigh is much too small relative to the waist. My actual waist measurement is 30, thighs 25 and butt 38. I usually wear size 32. The offenders I got online, the 32's I could not even pull up, exchanged them for 34's. I am going to go up a size the next rufskins I get.

I have noticed some guys mentioning getting women's, I tried them on when I was in HS, they all had no crotch room, a very painfull squash, couldn't wear them.

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Old 12-18-2006   #33 (permalink)
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Kalipygian,

I agree the ladies jeans are not comfortable in th ecrotch for obvious reasons. Lucky makes some unisex styles; some of which fit well and others have the same problem.

Yeah, i don't know if the charly's can work well for me, if i got larger in the waist they will be too loose. But, indeed the lycra really helps.

Jack

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Grnman, your bulge in your charly's is much, much larger than mine, it's good that they have lycra.

Love to show off, that has always been the problem with traditional Levi's, the thigh is much too small relative to the waist. My actual waist measurement is 30, thighs 25 and butt 38. I usually wear size 32. The offenders I got online, the 32's I could not even pull up, exchanged them for 34's. I am going to go up a size the next rufskins I get.

I have noticed some guys mentioning getting women's, I tried them on when I was in HS, they all had no crotch room, a very painfull squash, couldn't wear them.
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Old 12-18-2006   #34 (permalink)
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I agree Chrysalis, the low rise style looks great on you. I bet you would look good even in the super low jeans, but i understand your concern there. I am a sucker for a lady in those too.

Jack

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Once again, inserting a woman's point of view into a man's thread...

Low rise jeans are great for women like me, who have a very small waist to hip ratio. Most regular jeans are far too big in the waist. A lower rise allows for a much better fit. I was thrilled when they came into style.

I just posted a few pics to my gallery of the jeans I'm wearing right now (sans shirt so you can see the fit better.)

I'm not a fan of the super low styles though, because I don't like to go out in public with a bare midriff (I know it's hard to believe, but I'm really only an exhibitionist here...)
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Old 12-18-2006   #35 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Chrysalis View Post
Once again, inserting a woman's point of view into a man's thread...

Low rise jeans are great for women like me, who have a very small waist to hip ratio. Most regular jeans are far too big in the waist. A lower rise allows for a much better fit. I was thrilled when they came into style.

I just posted a few pics to my gallery of the jeans I'm wearing right now (sans shirt so you can see the fit better.)

I'm not a fan of the super low styles though, because I don't like to go out in public with a bare midriff (I know it's hard to believe, but I'm really only an exhibitionist here...)
quality attire Chyrsalis!
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Old 12-18-2006   #36 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Chrysalis View Post
I just posted a few pics to my gallery of the jeans I'm wearing right now (sans shirt so you can see the fit better.)

I'm not a fan of the super low styles though, because I don't like to go out in public with a bare midriff (I know it's hard to believe, but I'm really only an exhibitionist here...)
My mind is going down the one-way road, lead by my bone (caused by reading Chrysalis' comment about her low rise jeans and my need to look at her gallery).

I've found that lube, time and the lust of the receiver make almost anything possible.

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Old 12-18-2006   #37 (permalink)
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I love low rise jeans, especially Juicy Couture! First, they really look good on my frame. Secondly, they show a nice buldge and I enjoy the stares. However, I do have to be very careful when wearing them. I must wear some Calvin Klein hip briefs and on occasion boxer briefs, but I recommend it contain a defined pouch and have lycra in the material. I have tried to wear other boxer briefs with the end result of my dick hanging down my leg or my balls getting trapped in some odd position when I sit. Both can cause some real pain. As a result, I am changing my wardrobe to only wear Calvin Klien underwear and to add more Juicy Couture jeans to my wardrobe.
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Old 12-18-2006   #38 (permalink)
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I have a 38" waist. Low-rise jeans just wouldn't look right on me, the whole 'Builders Bum' thing going on is not a pretty sight.

So, we also have the issue of women who wear cropped tops and low cut jeans. Yes, if you have the figure for it. If you have a saggy tummy, like me, please don't. It's REALLY NOT FLATTERING!

Then a whole other issue is wearing your jeans/trakkies halfway down your legs. No, it's stupid. However, I love seeing these guys trying to hitch up their trousers to run for a bus :-D
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Old 12-19-2006   #39 (permalink)
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Once again, inserting a woman's point of view into a man's thread...

Low rise jeans are great for women like me, who have a very small waist to hip ratio. Most regular jeans are far too big in the waist. A lower rise allows for a much better fit. I was thrilled when they came into style.

I just posted a few pics to my gallery of the jeans I'm wearing right now (sans shirt so you can see the fit better.)

I'm not a fan of the super low styles though, because I don't like to go out in public with a bare midriff (I know it's hard to believe, but I'm really only an exhibitionist here...)
DAMN nice pants!
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Old 04-04-2009   #40 (permalink)
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Take a look at my gallery if you like extra lowrise.... And I know that lots don't.
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Old 04-04-2009   #41 (permalink)
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i lost a bit of weight so i went out the other day and did some major jean shopping, got a couple pair of 7s, and some True Religions, all nice low riders. looks so nice :D
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Old 04-04-2009   #42 (permalink)
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Low rise jeans are always great if you want to show off your bulge as well as give your bum a nice ' cup and lift ' and show that area off more than you usually would in any pair of pants.
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Old 04-04-2009   #43 (permalink)
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Low rise jeans are the ONLY kind i wear now. And they really show a guy at his best. If you got it, flaunt it.

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Old 04-04-2009   #44 (permalink)
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The Levi 527 Low Rise jeans are great for guys with thighs and ass... also if you do not like the tighter fit in the thighs the 529 are good for the baggy look and still show great bulge. Those are the only two pair of Levi that I can wear that look good and they are boot cut as well. I'll have to check out the express ones next time I'm at the mall. Really hard to find jeans to fit in all areas that also dont squish your balls. UGH!!

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Old 01-23-2011   #45 (permalink)
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How about these for low-rise?

Low rise jeans rocks!
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