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True religion brand jeans

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Any thoughts on them? If you own a pair, are they true to size?
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To heck with the jeans; I'm more interested in your nurse.. (Er...no, I don't own a pair...)
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Yes, tell us about her, for instance does she use Gucci crocodile spanking paddles? Jon.
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We're terrible. The poor fellow needs help, and we turn his need into mockery. Okay; I feel better. Now...tell us about your nurse.
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My avatar is a pic of the lovely Miss Kittin. (electropop singer)
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Thank you, chimes. And on the subject of jeans..........great genes.
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I've heard about these recently. I tried to find out a little bit about them, but their website is still under construction. I'd also like to know something about them if anyone can help.
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There are two stores near my University that carry this brand. However, these are the sorts of stores that are full-price for most of the year, and when they do have end-of-season clearance sales, it's usually only 30% off. I only purchase things at below full retail price, so needless to say I don't own any of these jeans. I have, however, checked them out. Anyway, the stores that sell these jeans also sell PDC, Seven, Diesel, J. Lindeberg, G-Star, Energie, Chip & Pepper, etc. True Religion is similar in fit to the aforementioned jeans I believe. The cuts I saw were all slimmer-fit boot cut. No idea if they are true to size, though. The washes were okay - nothing to brag about. I would take PDC any day over TR. One of the TR jeans had a neat pocket design...I believe the back pockets buttoned up. I would just say they are jumping on the premium-jean bandwagon though, but then again I have only seen a few models, and have not purchased/tried them on.
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Thank you gentlemen, for lifting this topic back up on to a plane of higher existence and respectable moral values. 'Scuse me while I go wipe the drool off my face.
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I would just say they are jumping on the premium-jean bandwagon though, but then again I have only seen a few models, and have not purchased/tried them on.
The founder has been around for a long time. He tends to switch product lines a lot - from Jefri jeans to Hippie jeans and now to True Religion jeans - which use great denim, and I think is his best effort to date.
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