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Any love for AG Jeans?

post #1 of 6
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Im new hear and havent seen any threads dedicated to AG Jeans. I got a pair and have not taken them off. The most comfortable jean ever created imo. Any other fans out there?
post #2 of 6
i have a pair in the prime style that I got at a used clothing store for 20 bucks. I don't know if I'd pay retail for them. They're only a little bit softer than my last pair of mavis
post #3 of 6
they're good jeans. The direction going forward is very preium with some cool technology being used. They are phasing out a lot of what everyones remembers them as and are going a little more nudie/diesel-esk.
post #4 of 6
I have a pair that was my first premium pair of denim I ever got, I paid too much for them. I only wear them when I want something extra comfortable because the denim is really soft and they are very loose fitting bootcut. One thing I don't like about them is the fade lines that they put going down the outer seam. I see this on a lot of their jeans and are the only people who do it that I have noticed.
post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by s2000FTW View Post
One thing I don't like about them is the fade lines that they put going down the outer seam. I see this on a lot of their jeans and are the only people who do it that I have noticed.

They're not the only ones. I have a pair of 7s that has this, and I've also seen it on numerous Diesel jeans. I'm sure others do it too.
post #6 of 6
Most of their washes are hideous affairs.
Appear to be decently constructed from what I can tell, though...
I stay away from them because of the ridiculous washes + the fact that I don't want to be associated with the DBs I see cruising for chicks in AGs in the clubs.
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