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I just compared Brave Star's slim taper measurements to my Levis 522s, and the front and rear rises are about 1.25" smaller on the Brave Stars.  Guess I won't get them.

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I think this is the thread I have been looking for. I recently bought some Truman Boots because I like the idea of them being made to order here in the the U.S. and they are one of the only companies out there making narrow size boots. While doing my research for those, I've also started to rethink what jeans I am buying. I like the look of Grease Point Workwear and Raleigh Denim Workshop but if I paid half of what these companies are asking then they would be the most expensive jeans I have ever owned. Also, it isn't always easy for me to find jeans that fit. I'm about 5'8" and play tennis and workout pretty much daily to keep my insomnia at bay, so the skinny jeans that many of these people are rocking are never going to work for me. I typically need to be able to try pants on in person and many of these brands don't have a big presence in Central Florida. If you are interested in these jeans, or ones of similar quality, what would you suggest as a good starter jean for poor people? Maybe I'm not exactly poor but I'm pretty damn frugal. I can justify paying $500 for a pair of boots that I can have resoled and will probably have for the rest of my life but I'm not sure I can say the same for a $300 pair of jeans. The brands I have been wearing are just Levi's 513 or 514 or surf/skate brands like Matix and RVCA. Does J Crew make decent jeans? what would you suggest?

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decide on your price point and scroll through the last few pages, see if any brands stand out. look for the posts focussing on wider thighs. gustin is usually considered a good price / quality ratio but there could be sizing issues as they don't have physical stores. maybe try an online option that has free returns.
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decide on your price point and scroll through the last few pages, see if any brands stand out. look for the posts focussing on wider thighs. gustin is usually considered a good price / quality ratio but there could be sizing issues as they don't have physical stores. maybe try an online option that has free returns.


Good call on Gustin. Just checked their site and I'm pretty sure I will be getting on the list for at least three of their current products by the end of the day. Hopefully their jeans fit.

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You can also try Levi 501s shrink to fits. Obviously, not selvedge, but a reasonable jean if you haven't got the dough. Additionally, the Levis you mentioned aren't awful jeans. I believe Levis offers most models in raw denim form.

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Any suggestions for jeans with a pretty aggressive taper and a regular rise?
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