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I would take them to your local tailor, have them tailored to your needs. Then just wear the hell outta them. If you like them, who gives a shit what other people think.
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I really like the feel of tight denim. 
Sometimes I buy women's denim because I like the feeling so much but I cannot find the same feeling in men's denim.
I am looking for men's denim that have a similar tight feeling as women's denim. Does anything come to mind?

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Originally Posted by cct826 View Post

I really like the feel of tight denim. 

Sometimes I buy women's denim because I like the feeling so much but I cannot find the same feeling in men's denim.

I am looking for men's denim that have a similar tight feeling as women's denim. Does anything come to mind?

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Originally Posted by westie187 View Post

I would take them to your local tailor, have them tailored to your needs. Then just wear the hell outta them. If you like them, who gives a shit what other people think.

I'll try that, i know that they can taper them a bit from knee downwards, but i'm not sure if the result will be regular as the leg opening is pretty wide all along the inseam.

 

 

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Originally Posted by cct826 View Post
 

I really like the feel of tight denim. 
Sometimes I buy women's denim because I like the feeling so much but I cannot find the same feeling in men's denim.
I am looking for men's denim that have a similar tight feeling as women's denim. Does anything come to mind?

 

Do you mean that you like thinner materials or that they stick better to your body and legs? 

 

Those skinny women "jeans" are like 90% cotton, some poliester and elastane. If you have some clemency for your crotch, have a look at "Cheap Monday" skinny jeans. They have slightly more room than women elastic jeans and they're the tightest i've seen. 

 

Also size down from your usual waist size and let them strech out for a more skinny fit.

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I mean that I like that they stick better to my body and legs. 

 

Any suggestions besides Cheap Monday where I can find such denim? Or perhaps women's denim that I could wear without looking silly.  

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Originally Posted by cct826 View Post
 

I really like the feel of tight denim. 
Sometimes I buy women's denim because I like the feeling so much but I cannot find the same feeling in men's denim.
I am looking for men's denim that have a similar tight feeling as women's denim. Does anything come to mind?

A psychiatrist possibly?

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Edited by Jompso - 6/12/15 at 8:47pm
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Originally Posted by cct826 View Post
 

I mean that I like that they stick better to my body and legs. 

 

Any suggestions besides Cheap Monday where I can find such denim? Or perhaps women's denim that I could wear without looking silly.  

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Originally Posted by cct826 View Post
 

I mean that I like that they stick better to my body and legs. 

 

Any suggestions besides Cheap Monday where I can find such denim? Or perhaps women's denim that I could wear without looking silly.  

You got a little lost a long the way. You are gonna have more luck posting that question here. And don't buy womens jeans unless you have a womens body, they aren't cut for men and they are also women's jeans. 

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Edited by Jompso - 6/12/15 at 8:56pm
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Does anyone have a recommendation for something similar to Rick/Julius black denim that won't break the bank? I'm looking for something durable, slubby and slim fitting but not skin tight that stacks/folds over itself like crazy, has a lot of texture and is great worn with tucked in boots/geos. Stuff like this.

 

 

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Hey guys, I have a pair of Nudie Thin Finns that finally need to be washed after like 6 or so months (they stink), and I dont know what to use to wash them, or how to wash them. They are the Black Ring ones, so they aren't like the normal Indigo. I have never washed them before, and I'm kind of scared to wash them.

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Anybody knows where to get a good pair of high waisted jeans that arent extremely baggy?

 

Selvedge/slim cut would be great

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