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Good quality/designer jeans with 30" or 31" inseam?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by turbozed, Mar 27, 2006.

  1. The False Prophet

    The False Prophet Well-Known Member

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    I agree about the G-Star bit, even their longer seams feel to me like they run short.

    I actually have a (nearly new) pair in something like a 29-30" waist, low rise, short inseam, faded black that I'm trying to flip, if anyone wants 'em! Shall put pictures in the Selling forum shortly, but PM me if you're interested?

    Otherwise, Nudie does their dry stuff, at least, in 30", 32", and 34" lengths, I think?
     
  2. jean_connoisseur23

    jean_connoisseur23 Well-Known Member

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    replay
    diesel
    earnest sewn
    guess
    buffalo
    they all do 30-32 inseams
     
  3. procket

    procket New Member

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    PRPs does some quality jeans. Make sure you don't buy from ebay since 100% of it are fakes!

    I got 3 pairs 2 pairs recently in London since they were on sale.
     
  4. ang_kangkong

    ang_kangkong Well-Known Member

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    I like the details on the Prps, but that dart thing on the back of the knees would be way too low if the inseam's not in the 30" range for me.
     
  5. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member

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    Rag & Bone does in fact do a 30 inseam, but their jeans are generally straightlegged. The Corpus Morphy 32 inseam is really closer to a 31, as is the bootcut Ola in the 32 inseam. Both are subtle bootcuts (the Ola is subtler, the Morphy is less so). The Ola comes in a variety of washes, and the Corpus is about 3.

    Most of the more commercial brands, as mentioned, Diesel, Replay, GStar, etc... offer jeans in various inseams.

    BTW, "Japanese" jeans are as diverse as American jeans. The Japanese Repros so beloved on both SFs are just a subset of Japanese jeans. There are designer jeans from CdG and Yamamoto, "streetwear" brands like BAPE, and brands specializing in distressed jeans like Gilded Age. Some of the best laundries in the world are located in Japan, and the domestic market is huge.
     
  6. JohnnyJ

    JohnnyJ New Member

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    I am new to this and have a basic question: why aren't all lengths of inseams commonly available. Due to my age, I have lost 1" in inseam length and now have 31" which is impossible to find in any brand of denim. Aren't there just as many people with 31" inseams as there are with 30" or 32"?. I can pay $10 per jeans to have a 32" cut to a 31", but why should I have to? How hard would it be when cutting fabric these days to make 31" inseams available? I hate having to pay extra and I hate having my pants drag on the floor if I don't.
     
  7. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    I know, dawg. I have the hardest time finding whisky in liter bottles. 750ml's for pussies and a 1.75L is for boozers. Why are they trying to upsell me? They think I'm made of money?
     
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  8. innerstyle

    innerstyle Well-Known Member

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    In the US, Uniqlo hems them for free. Other stores like Banana Republic and Nordstroms does alterations for free if you spend a lot with them every year.
     

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