Anyone else have difficulty finding comfortable jeans?

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  1. hbizzle

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    I can't wear most designer jeans. Most dont have enough room in the crotch area or are too tight in that neck of the woods. I highly recommend Levi's 569's though, their loose straight jeans. I was in a True Religion store yesterday and could not find any that fit right. Anyone else have this problem?
     
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    Uh yes. Thats why ive not worn jeans since the 80's.

    Khakis with a crease, ftw.
     
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    once you find a brand that works stick with it. designer jeans are usually supposed to fit that way anyway. but yeah real hard for me to find the right size that fits. mainly cause i'm skinny and tall
     
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    yeah me too. I really don't understand the new style of tight jeans. it doesn't look right and well they are very uncomfortable.

    i mostly wear cargo pants anyways.
     
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    I wear Levi 559's, they are straight relaxed and show a good bulge for me
     
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    Try the Brand Big Star, the Voyager gives you some breathing room, or the tyler jean that is from BKE
     
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    Relaxed fit Riggs jeans do just fine for me. I would prefer a tighter, trimmer fit, but we do what we need to do.

    I still wear pleated khakis, for a similar reason.
     
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    Yes I found some a week ago.
    They fit nicely of the legs also.
     
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    I have found the exact opposite really. Because I am rather skinny (waist 28, 5 ft 9 135lbs) finding jeans that fit, looked good on me, and were comfortable was a challenge in the saggy baggy ghetto pants era. Now that jeans are getting skinnnier and tighter, they actually fit my type of body again. I can't stand lots of loose fabric slopping and rubbing against my skin, nor do I like having to pull them up all the time either. The closer fitting styles these days look so much better and feel so much nicer!
     
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