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Please judge the fit of these RRL jeans

post #1 of 21
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Please be as honest as you can. I'm in search of the perfect pair of jeans.

Thanks!
post #2 of 21
Not "perfect" but they work.
post #3 of 21
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post

Not "perfect" but they work.

Please elaborate! Is it the butt? Are they too big there?

I don't like skinny looking jeans, and have big thighs.

Thanks for your help man.
post #4 of 21
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bump
post #5 of 21

the jeans fit fine but the back pocket stitching is ugly, your belt is ugly, your shirt is passable but what's with the messed up collar, and you seem like a total turd for posting a new thread just to ask if your jeans fit not to mention bumping it after only 8 hours of inactivity

 

and your shoes have no laces?

post #6 of 21

Yeah, really don't need a new thread. They fit fine, but I wouldn't say there's anything "perfect" about them. Entirely subjective, but I feel like it's harder to get a really nice fit with baggier jeans because they don't conform to your body with time, like slimmer jeans tend to.

post #7 of 21
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

the jeans fit fine but the back pocket stitching is ugly

Any way of removing it without fucking them up?
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your belt is ugly

Agreed
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and your shoes have no laces?

Yes, they're a little too tight, and it's not noticeable when I'm standing. I will take them to the store to stretch them a little.

Thanks for your honest advice.
post #8 of 21
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Originally Posted by Dapp View Post

Yeah, really don't need a new thread.

Sorry about the new thread. I get no response in those "question/answers" threads.
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They fit fine, but I wouldn't say there's anything "perfect" about them.

Can you please give me one example? Do you think the butt is too baggy? Are they long enough? I think the front part of the jeans fits nicely, but feel like the butt area is a bit too baby. Do you agree?
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Entirely subjective, but I feel like it's harder to get a really nice fit with baggier jeans because they don't conform to your body with time, like slimmer jeans tend to.

Not a big fan of skinny jeans. Where I come from, it's frowned upon. Besides, I'm an old man. Skinny jeans, IM(humble)O is for younger people & artists.

Thanks again guys, and if you could give me specific criticism I would appreciate it.
post #9 of 21

It looks alright.

But since they'll stretch (more in the waist, only a bit in the thighs), it looks like you could wear one size smaller for a more contoured fit.

You also seem to still have some space in your thighs.

I have a similar problem with a number of jeans, when the waist fits, the thighs are often quite tight. The other problem is that they're a bit too baggy.

post #10 of 21
Thread Starter 
I took some better pics with the pants a little more high on the waist. What do you guys think? Still too baggy on the butt?





post #11 of 21
alright old man i'm gonna be honest:

the jeans are OK, but size down one size in the low straights if you can still button them. they should be tight but they will stretch out comfortably. I think you should be able to based on the fit pics but try it on and if it works then flip these on ebay - i'm sure you can do it easily. What size are they anyway?

The back pocket stitching can be removed easily using a seam ripper. Do it at once coz the pockets are ugly as fuck, while the denim quality is good.

Get rid of your ugly belt, try to work out so u can stay in good shape/health.

avoid buying shoes that are too tight, its uncomfortable and ridiculous. The shortfall from perfection will haunt your dreams as time goes on.
post #12 of 21

you keep asking about the butt, it does look kinda weird but I think it's cause the pockets look far apart, first thing I noticed.

post #13 of 21
Go down one size or try a different fit or give up on RRL jeans all together.
post #14 of 21
Thread Starter 
They are size 36x34. The guys at the RRL store hemmed them and now the inseam measures 31.5".

When I first tried them on the measurements were as follows:

Waist: 19"
Thigh: 12.5"
Front rise: 11"
Back rise: 15.75"

After wearing them a couple of days, these are the measurements:


Waist: 19.25"
Thigh: 13.25"
Front rise: 11.5"
Back rise: 16.5"

Amazing how much these stretch!

I called RL and asked for the measurements of the 34x34, and they said:

Thigh: 10.5"
Front rise: 11"
Back rise: 15"

Obviously, the thigh measurement is too small for me, even if it stretches.

They sell 35's on the website, but they're out of stock at the moment.

Any more thoughts guys? I really appreciate all the comments.
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by Midisurf View Post

you keep asking about the butt, it does look kinda weird but I think it's cause the pockets look far apart, first thing I noticed.

That is what I noticed too how far apart the back pockets are. biggrin.gif
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