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Recommendations for Jeans (i've got no ass!)

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
Hey guys,

I'm new here and I'm just asking around for some denim recommendations.

I've got no butt (high back pockets are good then?)

Earnest Sewns fit alright on me (I own the fulton one wash), but they look a bit tapered on me..

So I guess I'm looking for a slight bootcut jean.

Diesel's Zafs actually fit me pretty well, but I find Diesel's denin quality to be pretty nasty.

I'd also prefer something raw.

How do APCs fare? Nudies?

I'm willing to try whatever you throw at me..

Thank you so much!
post #2 of 17
I have a pair of Nudie Slim Jim and they make my flat ass look great
post #3 of 17
I asked that at Ron Herman and the lady working the denim area handed me a pair of Slim Jims, a pair of Iron Army, and a pair of Earnest Sewn Fultons.
post #4 of 17
i say avoid skinny jeans. Skinny jeans push up my butt to something comparable to an asian chick's chest.
post #5 of 17
Seems like any anti-fit jean would work. From what I can tell, these equalize the properties-of-ass and return every man to a more natural tabula rasa ass
post #6 of 17
there are two older threads about this that might help too;


Jeans for guys with no ass

and
Denim for the men with no ass

happy hunting!
post #7 of 17
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys, those threads were helpful, but can you guys suggest a pair of raw denims that are bootcut? I know that sounds kinda weird, but I find straight or tapered jeans to make my waist loook big and my body waist down ends up looking like an upside down triangle! hahaha
post #8 of 17
If you could find Jean Paul Da'mage Jeans on sale they have a perfect ass fit. Also tehy fit true to your waist size, have thick but soft Italian yarn and great washes.
For readily available jeans I would try on many, many pares of Levi's until you find your right fit. Levi's jeans are really well made and use great yarns even in their cheap lines.

Boutique jeans prices make as much sense to me as jewel encrusted cell phone.

P.S. Pick only low-rise jeans for your body type.
post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by danieldy
Thanks guys, those threads were helpful, but can you guys suggest a pair of raw denims that are bootcut? I know that sounds kinda weird, but I find straight or tapered jeans to make my waist loook big and my body waist down ends up looking like an upside down triangle! hahaha

I agree here. I don't think people should be wearing straight or tapered jeans unless they're thin with solid midsection. So often I see these guys squeezed into their "trendy no one else has these" jeans and they've got a flabby stomach which destroys it.

No matter how great the jeans are, the final product resembles a tootie-pop. It looks ridiculous and it baffles me how some people can spend so much time on clothes, tattoos, piercings, and makeup, all to adorn an unkept, unattractive fatbody. It's putting lipstick on a pig.
post #10 of 17
Regarding flat ass, can anyone recommend some exercise to make the ass bigger?
post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by metkirk
Regarding flat ass, can anyone recommend some exercise to make the ass bigger?

Lunges and lots and lots of heavy squating. The problem is your quads will fill out with your ass. So you most of your jeans won't fit right anymore.
post #12 of 17
I'd recommend APC New Standards or PBJ XX-005
post #13 of 17
when people start thread proclaiming they have no ass are they looking for a pair of jeans that will make it look like they have an ass? kind of like a reverse wonderbra?
post #14 of 17
Low rise is best for you, and true straightlegs and slight bootcuts are most flattering. I have a small ass and am slim, and find that, of all the jeans I've worn, the Nudie Straight Sven, Bootcut Ola, Slim Jim, the Studio-D'Artisan D1002, the John Bull SC007, Rag & Bone RB6, and more recently, the Spur Classic, all of which have super low (SC007) to medium low (Studio D'Artisan) rises work best on my body shape. I sometimes like an sntifit jean that deliberately looks a little off, but my wife definitely likes the jeans that make my butt look better, better.
post #15 of 17
Low rise is best for you, and true straightlegs and slight bootcuts are most flattering. I have a small ass and am slim, and find that, of all the jeans I've worn, the Nudie Straight Sven, Bootcut Ola, Slim Jim, the Studio-D'Artisan D1002, the John Bull SC007, Rag & Bone RB6, and more recently, the Spur Classic, all of which have super low (SC007) to medium low (Studio D'Artisan) rises work best on my body shape. I sometimes like an sntifit jean that deliberately looks a little off, but my wife definitely likes the jeans that make my butt look better, better. Oh, PBJ-005s will work well too.
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