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Agave jeans - actual measurements?

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I know Agave jeans are regarded as "old man" jeans around here, but I'm looking at picking some up from STP at a pretty cheap price, particularly the Waterman Newport as dark, dressy jeans.

I was able to find general descriptions of the "Waterman" and "Cowboy" cuts but no specific measurements. Can anybody provide rise, thigh, knee, leg opening and/or actual waist on either of these cuts? I'm looking at marked 35 or 36 waist but I'll take the actual measures for any tagged size (please identify tagged size) and extrapolate from there.

And, feel free to tell me if you think these jeans suck/aren't worth the 60 bucks new, won't make good dress jeans, or whatever


Thanks
 

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Drinkwater's stocks Jake Agave jeans. I'm sure if you contact Gary, he can help you out.
 

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I have a pair of these and I think they are the Waterman.


I'll go dig then out of my other closet sometime soon and post some measurements. I was never into super-douchy clothes so that means these are a rather subtle version of designer jeans. They were definitely one of my favorite pairs of jeans (when I liked that sort of thing) because of the comfort and fit.
 

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I guess I could throw on my USC t-shirt and make it even better...my USC shirt I got back in January of '06.
 

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Originally Posted by whodini
Seems like such an odd time of year to pick up a ... shirt unless you're bandwagoning. Were you bandwagoning?

This is a great line. Will copy.
 

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Originally Posted by whodini
Seems like such an odd time of year to pick up a Trojan shirt unless you're bandwagoning. Were you bandwagoning?
I was already on the wagon...shirt reads: ******************** ******************** *** Texas **** USC *** **** 41 ****** 38 **** ******************** ******************** Don't you have the same one? Doesn't everybody have this shirt?
 

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Here are the measurements for a size 36

Actual waist 36"
Rise 11" (from top of waist band)
Thigh 14 1/2"
Knee 10 1/2
Leg opening 9 1/2"

Gary
 

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thanks to everybody and to gary for the measurements. But, WOW, that is one baggy thigh. I think I'm going to pass
 

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