I just found out that an ebay seller listed a bunch of Epaulet jeans on ebay.
All of these are factory seconds. Many are incorrectly sized or have small imperfections. Some will have busted fly buttons - or fly buttons that are ready to bust. This was the entire mass of jeans (about 25 pairs) that we didn't consider acceptable to sell in our clearance sale.
I donated them all to a thrift shop, and this Ebay seller picked all of them up. I don't have a problem with this - he's certainly free to buy them and capitalize on them - but I want you guys to know that every one of them is problematic and not something that I would sell to you.
I figured that they would largely be sold off for ten bucks or so to people who would actually try them on in the thrift store. With that, mistagging wouldn't really matter. If you do buy a pair, ensure that he sends you the exact measurements for that pair, and don't rely on the tagged size or our original measurement chart to be accurate.And also be prepared that one or more of the fly buttons could break (or may be broken) which can be a significant pain to repair depending on where you live.