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Old 10-21-2008, 12:00 AM
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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.
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Old 10-21-2008, 12:40 PM
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What are Cinch jeans?

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.
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I know Wrangler aren't designer or high end or whatever, but I tell you, these things last forever and are comfortable and affordable.

hell yea they do!
I have 4 pairs of Wranglers...I love em' to death

They are tough enough to work in and they still look good enough to wear to other nicer events
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aorund 8-9 pairs of Carhartt
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I really like to wear wrangler relaxed fit boot cut for nice,and for work all the old jeans dad gives me cause of the weight i've lost so far.
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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
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My 2 favorites are definitely Wranglers and Levis. They take a lot of abuse, but they clean up good enough to wear to school.
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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.
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Cinch's are kinda new, and they seem to be replacing Wranglers as the standard for guys. Plus some of their rodeo sponsered guys are bada$$es.

Green Label is their normal western fit, Bronze is nut-hugger tight, Blue is carpenters, Black is relaxed, and Whites (and all the wierd named oes) are baggy and fancy and crap.

CINCH :: Made for the man who lives his life in denim.
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2 pairs of walmart special $8 faded glory. kinda light. but for 8 bucks why not. company buys work cloths. think theyre bulwark FR.

one for going out and one for staying in.
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Levi's 527 Low boot cut.... most comfortable jeans ever... $30 a pop though. They are my school jeans, then i wear dickies (the brown ones that are kinda like the carhart material) only $16 at walmart
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sporting wrangler "cowboy originals" over here allong with levi 527s
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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
2 carharts
3 wranglers
4 schmidts
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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
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I agree with ya on the fact that levi's can't take the abuse, thats why i also wear the dickies version of the carhart brown pants, half the price but just as good.
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