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jeans for guys with no ass

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dhinggok, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. dhinggok

    dhinggok Well-Known Member

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    I have no ass and I also am like 5'9 or 5'10, so jeans run long on me. I want to find a nice pair of jeans, preferably a pair of Earnest Sewn or 7 for all Mankind, because those are the brand types I like, maybe Acne or Citizens too, that will accomodate my lack of ass and look like a nice everyday pair of jeans that are slim, but not body hugging or baggy? I love the Milk Blue wash in Earnest Sewn a lot and would be open to any color like that or similar to that. Do you think I could find a Hutch model that accomodates my no ass or a Filson model? Pls do not rec. Nudie. I am going to Barney's New York in New York to buy these btw. Price range: none.
     
  2. Michael1981

    Michael1981 Well-Known Member

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    if you like that accentuate my butt sort of look and want a pre-washed denim then I think 7FAM will do the trick.
     
  3. Spoony

    Spoony Active Member

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    I have this same problem, but I also have really thin thighs. I don't really want pre-distressed but raw is not necessary. Any help here?
     
  4. PG2G

    PG2G Well-Known Member

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    I asked that at Ron Herman and they handed me a pair of Iron Army and some of the raw Earnest Sewn straight legs. Though, I don't really know if I have no ass or not. One of my friends told me I have no ass... for a black guy.
     
  5. Brian SD

    Brian SD Well-Known Member

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    Hmm.. sorry to say: Nudie. =]
     
  6. dhinggok

    dhinggok Well-Known Member

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    what about between 7fam and earnest sewn? which models or fits would you recommend and which brand would you recommend?
     
  7. blackplatano

    blackplatano Well-Known Member

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    Hmm.. sorry to say: Nudie. =]


    how quickly things change. When i joined nudie would have been posted 8 times by now.
     
  8. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Well-Known Member

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    what about between 7fam and earnest sewn? which models or fits would you recommend and which brand would you recommend?
    You may want to look at the 7FAM Bootcuts in the Dark New York wash (look like 1 wash) They have them at Urban and they are pretty slim fitting w/o being skinny and may have a flattering cut for you. They're also 2% polyurethane so they are a little bit stretchy w/o feeling elastic. ES Hutch in Milk Blue or Maz 21 Dark may also be a decent choice.
     
  9. Rome

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    All the brands previosly mentioned will do. I wont second the Nudies because all the pics I've seen look anti-fit which look like your jeans are sliding of your ass (or lack there of). Just avoid jeans with extra low back pockets.
     
  10. Rolo

    Rolo Well-Known Member

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    As a posteriorally challenged member of this forum, I've found that 7FAMs to fit fairly well. However, the absolute best fit for me are AGs. I know a lot of folks here dislike AGs, but they simply look better on me, so I keep buying them.
     
  11. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Well-Known Member

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    As a posteriorally challenged member of this forum, I've found that 7FAMs to fit fairly well. However, the absolute best fit for me are AGs. I know a lot of folks here dislike AGs, but they simply look better on me, so I keep buying them.

    I actually kind of like AG jeans, and my pair of fillmores is one of my favorites. They fit really well, but they aren't getting too much wear with so many other jeans to break in lately [​IMG]
     
  12. Rome

    Rome Well-Known Member

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    G is a great summer jean, light and soft cotton. The only problem is the tendency for the dreaded jean weggie. Just look at the pics on Revolve for an example.
     
  13. Arethusa

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    Luckys aren't particularly well made. In fact, they're pretty crappy and ludicrously expensive. But they do make some pretty decent slim cuts, and if you can't find anything else, you may want to look there.
     
  14. nairb49

    nairb49 Well-Known Member

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    Try the Earnest Sewn Fulton Straight leg. I have a pair that I find have a great fit, since I am also lacking in the backside department. (incidentally, I'm selling them since my Samurai's are arriving today [​IMG]) PM if you like.
     
  15. jean_connoisseur23

    jean_connoisseur23 Well-Known Member

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    the fulton straight look good...also try the slimmy 7FAM's...my my 501 STF's and my 514 kinda gives an added butt value too
     
  16. sbbbjm

    sbbbjm Well-Known Member

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    i disagree with earnest sewns -- i too suffer from no ass at all disease and earnest sewns are terrible on me. reason being because the back rise is ridiculously long.

    i've found slightly high placed pockets, and i mean slightly, are better and pockets that are closer together look better on me.

    some of the jeans i wear because they work for my rear end are diesel ravix and zathan and nudie svens (perfect!)

    dry denim also seems to be good because it molds to whatever ass you might have i've found.

    i feel awkward talking about my butt so much, but lets be honest here its all about how they fit in the rear
     
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