Buying Jeans - Tips?

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  1. B_ScaredLittleBoy

    B_ScaredLittleBoy New Member

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    Does anyone have any tips for buying jeans?

    I'm eyeing up a pair of 'Comfort Fit' which I don't think is the same as 'Loose Fit' because the Comfort Fit don't appear as roomy.

    I am normally a 32" waist but a lot of the time a 32" waist has no room in the crotch. Moreso the way jeans are made than my package, I think. So what do you guys do?

    Most of the time I end up getting a 34" waist and a 32" leg but I don't like having to wear belts and also the legs end up being a bit too long and go under my shoes and get torn.

    So - what do YOU do?

    Comfort Fit? Loose Fit? 501? 9958761?
     
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    You can always turn up the jeans cuff and emulate the "James Dean" look by also wearing a white T Shirt.
     
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    i buy levi 501 shrink to fit, 34 x 40(33 x 36 after washing). yeah, i'm a tall dude. since levi is cutting the 501's baggier than ever, i have a seamstress reduce the legs an inch in width, charges me about $6 per pair. And I actually have people come up and ask me where did I buy old levi's, that still fit snug.
     
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    Look at different brands, they are designed to fit different body types. They all use a fit model to design their clothes to, and if you really want the perfect fit, try to find the brand that uses one with a similar body to you. I fit for Marithe Francois Girbaud's jeans, so I get a ton of free clothes that are basically custom fit to my body.
     
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    32 is basically the industry standard so you shouldn't have a problem
     
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    i wear 34's...........but i follow the trends, and skinny/slim jean are in.........which is a problem!! but it tight down there!!
     
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    I cant wear jeans anymore due to my dick size,it would bulge like crazy.So i wear loose pants from old navy,there really loose in the dick area!
     
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    I bought some american eagle low rise slim fit jeans today. I went a size down from my normal, which might have been a mistake, but everywhere else they fit great. I am a skinny guy, so they actually look perfect on me. They are pretty tight in the crotch area, but they do make a decent bulge.

    If I go to the waist I should be, I think I have found my perfect jean.
     
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    Have you ever heard of a tailor? They can modiy your jeans for you.
     
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