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post #16 of 37
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Originally Posted by gt88 View Post
Ive got a pair of skinny leg jeans that are so tight around my groin and quad areas. They are my favouritre pair of jeans and I badly want to wear the again. What's the best way to stretch jeans?

From that description they would have to look pretty ridiculous. Just get a larger size or a fuller cut. srsly.
post #17 of 37
I did squats in mine. It worked.
post #18 of 37
I buy clothes that fit. who wants to wear something thats uncomfortable? especially in the upper quad and groin... I say figure it out on your own for being an idiot who buys stuff waaaay too small
post #19 of 37
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Originally Posted by morse9443 View Post
First of all, don't be a pussy. Second of all, get this thang............. http://www.bakertowne.com/catalog/it...odpa=&unid=269
Link shows no product, so punchline was pretty lame. But I'm guessing a 'chafing dish'?
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Two words: disco. ball.
Heheh. I still wanna see pictures of this infamous thing.
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Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
I had a pair of particularly non-stretchable jeans that I really needed to loosen up. I just wore them and did everything in them. Lots of stretching, some running, went for a really long bike ride (which was difficult!) ert etc. My efforts paid off.
You're never gonna forgive those Momos for the pain, are you?
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Originally Posted by Ludeykrus View Post
If they're only moderately tight, try sleeping in them for a few nights. Or wetting them a bit and doing some cardio, say, biking.
Most sensible solution.
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post
give them to a very very large lady to wear continuously for about a week. That will do the trick.
By far the most creative and lazy-man's solution.
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Originally Posted by sle-z-e View Post
I buy clothes that fit. who wants to wear something thats uncomfortable? especially in the upper quad and groin... I say figure it out on your own for being an idiot who buys stuff waaaay too small
It's just not that simple with denim. And there's really no need for bashing the guy when he's asking a valid question. It wasn't a personal attack on you.
post #20 of 37
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Originally Posted by mlyngard View Post

By far the most creative and lazy-man's solution.


yes but also very effective n yields great and faster results
post #21 of 37
It's just not that simple with denim. And there's really no need for bashing the guy when he's asking a valid question. It wasn't a personal attack on you.[/quote] People get shredded on sf for more valid questions than that. I realize denim isn't simple but i'm just saying, if it hasn't stretched out to even a wearable level through regular wear, could he maybe have sized up one? I think that its just not worth pushing the issue. Your jeans are too small. sorry Edit: calling him an idiot was unnecessary haha i guess SF is just getting me to the point where if someone makes a simple mistake they must be a foooooooool
post #22 of 37
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Originally Posted by sle-z-e View Post

People get shredded on sf for more valid questions than that. I realize denim isn't simple but i'm just saying, if it hasn't stretched out to even a wearable level through regular wear, could he maybe have sized up one? I think that its just not worth pushing the issue. Your jeans are too small. sorry

Edit: calling him an idiot was unnecessary haha i guess SF is just getting me to the point where if someone makes a simple mistake they must be a foooooooool

I agree, but why continue the problem? I sense you;re not that kind of guy. Teasing is fine, but newcomers get run off the forum with one bad experience.

Sizing up for some people results in bad fits. Properly fitting jeans are often uncomfortably tight before they're broken in. Dunno, but he may end up with a great fit.
post #23 of 37
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Originally Posted by DJ_YOOKS View Post
Honestly the easiest way is douse yourself with water and to wear them and do stretches until they dry on your body. It worked on my Vintage 1966 Big E pants.

Honestly, I think gmku pointed out the easiest way.
post #24 of 37
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Originally Posted by mlyngard View Post
I agree, but why continue the problem? I sense you;re not that kind of guy. Teasing is fine, but newcomers get run off the forum with one bad experience.

Sizing up for some people results in bad fits. Properly fitting jeans are often uncomfortably tight before they're broken in. Dunno, but he may end up with a great fit.

Yeah i agree with that but from the way the op was worded, it sounded like he'd been wearing them for a while already. I can understand tho, if you drop some money on something that doesn't fit in one area, you're gonna want to try to fix it... (am i disagreeing with myself now?)

But you're right. It is an issue that doesn't need to continue. I'll leave the noob shredding to someone with much more experience than myself
post #25 of 37
aaaaaaaand i just realized how old this thread is haha nice...
post #26 of 37
i've got a pair of levis 514's that i think fit me perfect in the legs, but the waist is a bit snug, so i soaked the waistband and then wedged like 5 reams of paper (i have lots of printer paper for some reason) into the waist to stretch it out. after letting it dry, i got like an inch out of it, and now they fit way better.

that is all
post #27 of 37
how would you go about stretching only the thigh area?...
post #28 of 37
i bought a pair of the prps black ramblers from the gilt sale. went tts, and while the waist was about perfect, the thighs and groin were really tight. wore them about 6 times with no stretch. thought about selling them. then i soaked them and went for a bike ride. they gave enough to be bearable. and after another day of regular wear they fit about perfectly.

on another note, last year i bought a pair of nudie even stevens off another member. they were sized down 2 and had been worn previously a few times. i tried to stretch them using the same method as above and it was a no-go.

i think if the jeans are new (and especially if they're raw) you'll likely be able to get stretch out of them. but if they've been worn quite a bit they're probably already at max stretch.
post #29 of 37
Sleep in them.
post #30 of 37
Squats, baby, squats.

And dancing.
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