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post #46 of 52
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Originally Posted by RyanM View Post

Iron Heart has a model, 1955s, that is repro of the classic 50's cut with a high waist. Not cheap though. http://www.ironheart.co.uk/bottoms/1955s.html

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Those look like great jeans - I'd say worth the investment!smile.gif
post #47 of 52

A couple other options,

 

Dyer & Jenkins

http://www.dyerandjenkins.com/collections/all/products/the-dyer-in-cone-mills

These jeans are made in the USA, ostensibly never leaving the USA. $125? a bargain for what you are getting.

 

Wrangler

http://www.wrangler.com/store/WRG_STORE_US/en_US/style/0936.html

Made somewhere out of sturdy materials, the true "Dad" jean. $40 for the 15.75 ounce weight.

 

I plan on owning both pairs in the next month.

post #48 of 52

For what it's worth,

 

Deep Pocket Jean Co.

http://deeppocketjeancompany.com/collections/denim/products/autry-jean-rinse

Made in LA as well; I do own a pair made by them, not terribly impressed.

post #49 of 52
Iron heart happened...I see it's been suggested already, but not just the 1955 cut, most of their denim models have a high rise due to their efforts of staying true to the classic biker aesthetic


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post #50 of 52

Left Field NYC in their "Greaser" cut is a higher rise jean. Expensive, but not nearly as expensive as Iron Heart. I have no interest in a "high" rise jean, but prefer a med rise to low rise for certain. The functional or aesthetic appeal of a men's "low rise" jean is a mystery to me.

post #51 of 52
They're arguably over-priced but Nigel Cabourn's workwear jean has a very high rise. Very 40's cut.
post #52 of 52
Bump, Any ideas on an anti-fit long rise tapered jawn? Most of whats been rec is full cut. I've also tapered a pair of 501's and they turned out great but they are way too baggy.
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