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    Try the Buckle, they carry BKE jeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svtmuscle View Post
    I like my True Religions they fit me perfect haha
    yup..I got my Rocks and Trues in size 40 to fit my legs. Theyre still tight as hell on my legs..

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    rock them skinnys thats the fashion hahaaaaaaaa

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    True Religion Joey Jean and Joey Big T Jean

    BKE Marshal Jean and BKE Seth Jean at Buckle

    Rock and Republic Jeans are good but you have to buy them bigger in the waist.

    Its just tough because designers dont make jeans with physiques in mind where the waist and thigh size is the same.

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    I must be buying the wrong true religions because they are extremely tight in the butt/legs. They are probably the least friendly that I have tried.

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    Just buy them with a big waist and get them tailored! It costs me about $25 to have the waist brought in with darts on a pair of jeans.
    Real. Comfortable. Jeans.

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    GASP are high quality, they have lots girth along the quads without the enermous waistmeasurment.

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    with darts ? what are darts ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bangbowbuilder View Post
    GASP are high quality, they have lots girth along the quads without the enermous waistmeasurment.

    I'm sure they do, after all they are made for bodybuilders. The problem is they cost about 180 bucks a pop. I could get 3 or more pair of jeans for that price. I'm not knocking the GASP line but it just does'nt fit my budget. Plus I'm a little hard on clothes.

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    agreed sean johns fit bigger, also I have found some polo jeans that are pretty baggy fit but they are rare to come across! Look in the sale section of any department store, that is where the huge sizes that no one buys usually reside!!

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    Levi's 550's or 560's. Or I just buy a bigger pair and spend money to have them tailored.

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    dillards...'silver tab' brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChromeHearts View Post
    with darts ? what are darts ?
    When they to darts, they start down inside the butt pockets and cut a V out up to the waist, then bring the waist in. This allows you to bring the waist in without having pleats.
    Please see illustration!!!!!
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    Real. Comfortable. Jeans.

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    I'll have to keep that in mind. I always thought that if you shortened the waist it would 'bottle neck' the top and have excess wrinkled fabric or give it the pleats, but that makes sense.



    Next time I have a pair of pants tailored, I'll have to request for this kind of cut.

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    I just don't want to have a crazy pants tent that might be misinterpreted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChromeHearts View Post
    I'll have to keep that in mind. I always thought that if you shortened the waist it would 'bottle neck' the top and have excess wrinkled fabric or give it the pleats, but that makes sense.



    Next time I have a pair of pants tailored, I'll have to request for this kind of cut.
    Make sure not to buy the pants too big in the waist though, other wise the butt part of the jeans gets too big and when you have them tailored it will look like you're wearing a diaper!
    Real. Comfortable. Jeans.

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