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Does anyone have any recommendations on jeans designed with a larger crotch?

Chip & Pepper make one named "Big Pickle", but they are $180. Gap jeans ore horrible. I actually racked myself a couple times just sitting down in them. I have a pair of Nautica which are okay, but still the seam rides up and makes things uncomfortable. I'm looking for a pair that is designed specifically with some extra room in the crotch.

I do not need advice on how best to show off my cock. This is a question of comfort so any help in these regards is welcomed.

Thanks,
Robert
 

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Hi, Robert:

I think grnman would be the authority to answer your question re. the roomier jeans. Hopefully, he'll see your thread, but you might find him in the chat room, too, just check from time to time. You might try sending him an instant message from his profile page, too. Good luck with your search, man, I know the miserable positions balls and cocks can be subjected to when confined too tightly.

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Gap's instore jeans won't work, however, Gap makes a Baggy Fit Jean that is only available online at gap.com. It's all I wear--nice amount of room in the seat, crotch and thigh without being so loose that they fall off your ass. The are perfect if you need room in the front but don't want to sacrifice being able to see your ass. They are also in sale right now.
 

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For the most part, jeans fit like crap. You would think designers could make clothes that fit. Second point, you can try on 5 pair of jeans from the same brand and they each fit a little differently, No consistency in manufacturing at all. So if you find a pair that's ok, try on several pair the same size and style and you might find the perfect fit. And forget mail order.
So if you are starting from scratch, go to a better department store, find a sales man, tell him your problem, and ask which jeans you should try. Better stores train their sales people on the clothes they sell.

Jeans with a baggy fit, and full in the legs, give you more room to hang with boxers.

Another idea is buy jeans 1 size larger. If I loose 5-10 lbs, I have much more crotch room.

Another option is to give your jeans to a buddy with a bigger package than you have and let him stretch them out for you.
 

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I can honestly say that all my Gap Baggy fit jeans fit me exactly the same. I have never been dissappointed by the fit or quality. I know the word "baggy" tends to turn some people off, but they really don't hang off of you. They just fit without being too constraining--keeping in mind that most jeans arer made to fit assless, flat-fronted people.
 

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Thanks for the advice guys.

I have tried going a size larger, but the size larger isn't larger where I really need it. The seam in the crotch can still feel rather binding.

I've tried Levi's 560 (relaxed) but they too are too tight in the crotch. I've also tried the baggy fit Gap jeans. All too tight.

My wife and I went shopping over the weekend and I tried on some Chip and Pepper "Big Pickle" jeans. I had heard about them, but had never tried a pair on. I was absolutely sold seconds after putting a pair on. Though I still left the store without buying them ($180). But now I know that there are jeans made for guys like us!

I used to wear looser underwear but that exacerbated the problem. I now wear underwear that offers better support. This helps but does not completely solve the problem of my discomfort.

I really would rather not go into a department store and explain to a guy my particular dilemma. So, does anyone else know of any jeans made to fit larger men that might not be so expensive?

Thanks again,
Robert
 

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Gap Baggy Fit Jeans. Available ONline only. I am 8.5 x 6 hard with big, tight balls. I hang about 4.5 x 4.5 soft and 6 when semi. They fit me just fine.

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I did a search on Ebay, the Chip and Pepper Big Pickle jeans are 1/3 to 1/2 off retail price. Almost all were new with tags. It's worth looking into.
 

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Originally posted by chicago1155@Jun 1 2005, 10:48 AM
Thanks Lex.

I ordered a pair of Gap Baggy last night. I'll let you know how they work. Thanks for the advice.

Robert
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Yes, please keep me updated.

BTW--that is your waist size and inseam?

34x34 here.
 

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chicago1155, I'm 8"x6" when soft and I have trouble with jeans too. I have found that Perry Ellis jeans have sufficient room in them. They range in price from 65 dollars and upward. I know that's still more than Levi's but then they are better fitting.
 

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On recommendation, I received my Gap, Baggy Fit jeans yesterday in the mail.

True to advice, they did have extra room and I did not feel the inseam cut into me. However, though they fit my waist prefectly, the jeans looked like they were two sizes too big. A little baggier than I'd hoped. I may wear them around the house this weekend and see if I get used to them otherwise I'll return them.

They do fit as advised, but just not my personal taste.

I've got my eyes set on some Chip and Pepper "Big Pickle" jeans on eBay and I'm going to try some Lucky Brand jeans over the weekend. Thanks for everyone's helpful advice. The days I sit down in my car and wrack myself by an inseam are numbered! Hoorah!

Robert
 

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Robert--are you thin? Do you have a flat or round ass? Seriously--it surprises me that the waist fits but they hang baggy throughout the rest of your leg.

Sorry they didn't work well for you.
 

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Lex,

They did work for what I needed. I just did not like the look, nor did my wife. Personal preference is all. I'm keeping them until I find something that works just as well, but is a better look for me.

Looking at your picture and your described measurements, you and I have the same build in every respect.

Thanks again,
Robert