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post #166 of 230
Fok, you're next on my belt's wishlist.
post #167 of 230
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Seriously, though, I have no idea WTF you guys are talking about. How muscular are your thighs? I have fairly muscular legs, especially compared to the rest of my body (over a decade of kickboxing and tons of interval work/sprints). I just measured them, and the right thigh measures 23.25" right now. The thighs on the KMW rockers (size 31) fit just fine, and the waist is comfortable, maybe slightly loose. Good for the sag. The Jean shop rockers are similar. You guys need to listen to Fuuma. The sag is what carrot jeans (like the Dior Homme 19 cm) are all about.
Yeah, that's how I am (thighs larger in proportion to everything else). Mine measure 23" even. I seem to fit into jeans with an actual waist measurement of 32" (usually size 31), and went with a size 30 in the JS Rockers.
post #168 of 230
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Fok, you're next on my belt's wishlist.

Dude, I'd flay you.
post #169 of 230
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Dude, I'd flay you.
I don't know which side of Toronto you grew up in but here in LA, we don't call this "flay"ing:
post #170 of 230
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They are great jeans, but really have a very western vibe.

Waiting for the reaction from Hosedine.

Seriously, though, I have no idea WTF you guys are talking about. How muscular are your thighs? I have fairly muscular legs, especially compared to the rest of my body (over a decade of kickboxing and tons of interval work/sprints). I just measured them, and the right thigh measures 23.25" right now. The thighs on the KMW rockers (size 31) fit just fine, and the waist is comfortable, maybe slightly loose. Good for the sag. The Jean shop rockers are similar. You guys need to listen to Fuuma. The sag is what carrot jeans (like the Dior Homme 19 cm) are all about.

WTF were we talking about? Jean shop skinnies, not rockers. I'm pretty sure the rockers have a roomier thigh.
post #171 of 230
The skinnies aren't skinny. Please stop spreading this rumor.
post #172 of 230
Every time I see this thread I get my hopes up, but there are never any pictures. Doesn't anyone else actually own JSs?

I adore my rockers, and they're looking great. The mid rise tapered fit is perfect for me. Going on 14 months, probably a dozen washes:









Annnnd, a fit pic:

post #173 of 230
Good pics. I took some of mine before I moved back up north but I've been lazy about putting them up.
post #174 of 230
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Originally Posted by lacunae123 View Post
Yeah, that's how I am (thighs larger in proportion to everything else). Mine measure 23" even. I seem to fit into jeans with an actual waist measurement of 32" (usually size 31), and went with a size 30 in the JS Rockers.
Thanks for the support guys. I know exactly what you're saying too. I have relatively large thighs for my waist (30). I've been skating for 15 years and my thighs reflect that. I wear the Jean Shop Skinny Fit and the Rocker both in size 28R. I never understand it when guys claim their thighs are too big for the Rocker. Unless you want a relaxed, baggy fit, the thighs are great for all body types seeking a classic straight leg. -Jared
post #175 of 230
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Originally Posted by thethreeman View Post
Every time I see this thread I get my hopes up, but there are never any pictures. Doesn't anyone else actually own JSs?

I adore my rockers, and they're looking great. The mid rise tapered fit is perfect for me. Going on 14 months, probably a dozen washes:









Annnnd, a fit pic:

Those jeans look great threeman! I'll try to get some of my own posted soon. I've been wearing JS for four years now and working for them for two. I have some well-worn pairs in my collection.

Also, feel free to post up pics on our Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gi...4276292&ref=ts

-Jared
post #176 of 230
^ Always nice to have representatives from the various brands on the board.

Jared, do you guys have the small leather wallet in natural in stock?
post #177 of 230
dcg, we do have the small leather wallet in natural in stock. Feel free to e-mail me at jared@worldjeanshop.com.
post #178 of 230
Definitely don't find the Rockers a skinny cut and i'd imagine guys with bigger thighs would be fine in them. I'm pretty slim and i sized down 1 on rockers and my legs are swimming in them
post #179 of 230
Thanks for all the input everyone. We really strive to make the best quality jeans possible. I'm happy to see our quality so well regarded by you folks.

berlin report, you can actually glean a good amount of info from our Web site: www.worldjeanshop.com or on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/jeanshop. Also, join our group if you want to discuss things further with other folks down with Jean Shop: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=67094276292.

You can also e-mail me personally any time at jared@worldjeanshop.com.
post #180 of 230
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Originally Posted by JeanShopNYC View Post
Those jeans look great threeman! I'll try to get some of my own posted soon. I've been wearing JS for four years now and working for them for two. I have some well-worn pairs in my collection.

Also, feel free to post up pics on our Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gi...4276292&ref=ts

-Jared


Not to be picky, but that's a group not a Fanpage. It's not a big deal, but you should know that group's have an upward limit in the amount of people who can join, while Fanpage's do not. Long term you would be better off using the later if you expect your brand to blow up nationally.

Sorry for the I work in PR and currently have too much time on my hands.
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