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Don't sleep on the skinny fit tapered.  Might be the most perfect pair of denim I've tried on.  It's very comparable to Geller's type D denim, which is what I've been primarily wearing, but at a fraction of the price, it's a no brainer.  Got the dark gray one, and the hem, the knee, thighs and waist are pretty much perfect, and there is just enough of spandex or poly or whatever that it's comfortable out of the box.  

 

Also tried on the ... 

 

slim fit stretch tapered and the top block wasn't that sharp, felt sloppy, but definitely more room there if you want it.  But the skinny fit already has stretch to it, so it's not really needed.  

legging jean, which just seemed not worth it.  Lower price point and the whole thing just felt cheaper.  

post #11567 of 12020
I got a pair of those today and sadly don't fit. Waist is huge and my quads and calves feel so tight in them. The fabric is really nice though for $39. Wish they made a larger cut in them.
post #11568 of 12020

sweatpants are ok, tapered fit, good thickness, sturdier the last two or three kinds. The slim stretches are exactly like the leggings, I can't tell the difference.

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Edited by noob - 7/31/14 at 6:09pm
post #11570 of 12020
checked out uniqlo popup today, hundreds of UL down so sick of seeing that shit

their space is huge
post #11571 of 12020
Thoughts on the new suits?
post #11572 of 12020
I mean, from the pics on the email with the models, do they really think those fits looks good?

Seriously.
post #11573 of 12020
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Originally Posted by Thomas Neville View Post

Thoughts on the new suits?

 

Tried them on in-store. Fit was okay, worst material so far.

post #11574 of 12020
As a guy with larger thighs and seat, the stretch tapered jeans are a godsend. The fabric feels a little light, so we'll see how long they last--but for $29.90 I can deal with whatever.
post #11575 of 12020
As a guy who can never find jeans that fit my thighs, I'm intrigued. The leggings were too tight for me. How big are your thighs? What size jeans are you?
post #11576 of 12020
My thighs are around 25'' and I sized up to a 34--it's a bit loose in the waist, but I certainly like the fit, and it's really easy to move around/sit down.
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I can never get used to the "feel" of the fabric with their stretch pants, somehow they don't seem as breathable as 100% cotton trousers. Anyone else have that problem?

post #11578 of 12020
i was offput by the feel too, but i always assumed it was just that i never wear anything with stretch as pants. Maybe there's more to it than that.
post #11579 of 12020
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Don't sleep on the skinny fit tapered.  Might be the most perfect pair of denim I've tried on.  It's very comparable to Geller's type D denim, which is what I've been primarily wearing, but at a fraction of the price, it's a no brainer.  Got the dark gray one, and the hem, the knee, thighs and waist are pretty much perfect, and there is just enough of spandex or poly or whatever that it's comfortable out of the box.  

Also tried on the ... 

slim fit stretch tapered and the top block wasn't that sharp, felt sloppy, but definitely more room there if you want it.  But the skinny fit already has stretch to it, so it's not really needed.  
legging jean, which just seemed not worth it.  Lower price point and the whole thing just felt cheaper.  

skinny fit tapered?

is that what they are calling the stretch or the skinny or the slim on the website?

I tried on the leggings a few weeks ago at the store and was hoping to pick up something similar.
post #11580 of 12020
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post
 

Don't sleep on the skinny fit tapered.  Might be the most perfect pair of denim I've tried on.  It's very comparable to Geller's type D denim, which is what I've been primarily wearing, but at a fraction of the price, it's a no brainer.  Got the dark gray one, and the hem, the knee, thighs and waist are pretty much perfect, and there is just enough of spandex or poly or whatever that it's comfortable out of the box.  

 

Also tried on the ... 

 

slim fit stretch tapered and the top block wasn't that sharp, felt sloppy, but definitely more room there if you want it.  But the skinny fit already has stretch to it, so it's not really needed.  

legging jean, which just seemed not worth it.  Lower price point and the whole thing just felt cheaper.  

 

Looking to get a pair of these but unsure what my waist would be. How does the waist size measure up against Levi's or N&F?

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