We had a "Boots" thread.... so what's the brand of jeans that guys are into wearing now? I just did laundry today and found out that I own 14 pairs of jeans....... I guess I bought new ones instead of washing dirty ones, but I'm a lazy college kid so its all good right?
The tally: 7 Wranglers, 5 Cinch, 2 Levis.
Anyone wear Cinch jeans? I've got a couple pairs of Green Labels that are basically identical to Wranglers, and some of those fancy White Labels that are pre-faded-pre-worn-pre-crappy-waytofriggenexpensive-not-practical jeans that my girl friend swears are "hip." It was the first and LAST time I ever spend $60 on a pair of jeans. I keep one pair starched and ironed for church, but thats it.
I love my Wranglers. 13MWZs are my 'cowboy' jeans, and most of them have so many holes that it's embarassing to wear them in public anymore. At $20 a pair you'd think I could replace a few of them. I've had one pair for 8 years now. Wrangler 936 slim fits are my work jeans, since they're tight and they keep some pretty important things out of harms way.
Bryan- 2007 F-250 FX4 6.0L
But I need my kidney, it keeps my other kidney company
Ive 2 pair of Wrangler, and 2 pair of Carhart.(I need more! Ive got quite a few pairs of cargos but could use another 1-2 pairs of jeans)
I know Wrangler aren't designer or high end or whatever, but I tell you, these things last forever and are comfortable and affordable.
Current ride: 2010 F150 FX4 SCAB Flame Blue
Past trucks:1) Black two tone grey, loaded 2007 F-150 XLT Supercab 4X4 with the chrome package!2) 1995 2WD Yellow Ranger Splash Supercab 3) 1999 4X4, Red Ranger Sport Flareside Supercab, 4) 2004 Sonic Blue FX4 Ranger
Wranglers and Levis are the way to go but, I do have a couple others like Holister and American eagle. They just pretty boy crap. I they look good but i could careless now. I wasted $100 on 2 pair of jeans that i wont wear unless its specail occasion where, i could of bought like 5 pairs of levis or wranglers at Walmart
Red tagged Levis. Don't know just how many. Some an inch or two too small and some a couple of inches to big with 4 pair just right. The small ones are the oldest. I'm still got hopes of fitting into them again someday. The oversized ones are the newest that I have. I glad to say that they have the least wear. I'm going to have to replace the just right ones as I am wearing them out.
2001 E-350SD V10 Triton 3.73LS, ROTW 01/02/10
2008 F-150 FX2 Sport 5.4L 3.73LS Scab 145" Wb; '07 Taurus SEL
Bryan L. Unique Collision Center Towing & Wreck Recovery Specialist
“Speed has never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationary… that’s what gets you.”
Alright you guys are probably gonna laugh at me for this...but I have big ol' thighs, each one is literally 33" in diameter...and my waist is 38"...so the only jean that I have found that works for me, and is comfortable and is a good cut for me is Nautica. Sure they're $70-95 a piece, but that's all I can get to fit me. Although more often than not I'm wearing overalls...in which case I go with Carhart or Wall's.
I know the feeling i am 6'3" 240. I wear jeans that are 40-34, and they are like impossible to find! tractor supply is the only place that actually has a selection of jeans in my size....haha guess that just gives me one more excuse to go there!
as for what i own i got
the best fitting jeans i own are my levis they are just a really comfortable jean but the cant take the abuse that my wranglers and my carhartt jeans can take. I went out jean shoppin one day to get a years supply of jeans for college and work bought,
3 pair of carhartts
3 pair of wrangler cowboy cut
1 pair of levis
and 2 pair of off brand jeans i found for $4 a piece so i had to buy them and that was close to $200 worth of jean, i bout S**t myself at the checkout line
This forum is owned and operated by Internet Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation. It is not authorized or endorsed by the Ford Motor Company and is not affiliated with the Ford Motor Company or its related companies in any way. Ford® is a registered trademark of the Ford Motor Company.