APC rescue or new standard for athletic build?

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  1. airmike

    airmike New Member

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    Which APC cut would you recommend for an athletic build with big quads? I normally have to get a size 36 jean just to fit my thighs even though my waist is a 33-34. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
     


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    Rescues are pretty effin big, go for that.
     


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    Don't believe the hype- APC is overrated like. Go with Express relaxed fit jeans...best bang for the buck.
     


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    I hope whatever you buy are so tight that it gives you torsion of your testis and your terrible genes are removed forever thus saving my future children from asking your non-existent future children to post stupid questions like this IN THE MAIN FUCKING APC THREAD

    FUCK
     


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    Don't believe the hype- APC is overrated like. Go with Express relaxed fit jeans...best bang for the buck.

    lol
     


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    Screw Express and thier overpriced H&M looking clothes. For some reason it falls into the category of clothes I'd never even wear to sleep like Old Navy, Aeroposlt, Lucky ETC... Go with APC Hipster cut that will fit you fine. I'd go with a 34 since they run big and will conform over time. Sure they look plain and ugly for the first month but after 6 months they look sick. If you smoke try flicking ashes on them for a nice gray dirty look on the hips and knees. Wear them to work on your car if you need to and get under there. Your GF or wife will probably put you down making you feel like a dirty slob but screw her.
     


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    Jeans from Target are the best.
     


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    I hope whatever you buy are so tight that it gives you torsion of your testis and your terrible genes are removed forever thus saving my future children from asking your non-existent future children to post stupid questions like this IN THE MAIN FUCKING APC THREAD

    FUCK


    No offense dude but you should let Uncontrol do the forum rage stuff.

    Don't believe the hype- APC is overrated like. Go with Express relaxed fit jeans...best bang for the buck.

    No.
     


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    Screw Express and thier overpriced H&M looking clothes. For some reason it falls into the category of clothes I'd never even wear to sleep like Old Navy, Aeroposlt, Lucky ETC... Go with APC Hipster cut that will fit you fine. I'd go with a 34 since they run big and will conform over time. Sure they look plain and ugly for the first month but after 6 months they look sick. If you smoke try flicking ashes on them for a nice gray dirty look on the hips and knees. Wear them to work on your car if you need to and get under there. Your GF or wife will probably put you down making you feel like a dirty slob but screw her.
    Not true, Express relaxed fits are the ideal fit for big thighed athletically built guys who can't search for APC threads containing 6,000+ posts. You shun the RF Express jean because you fear it, bow down.
     


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    Not true, Express relaxed fits are the ideal fit for big thighed athletically built guys who can't search for APC threads containing 6,000+ posts. You shun the RF Express jean because you fear it, bow down.

    +5 Sweet jeanz. I have a pair and the ladies love it. I also bought a pair from Target, forgot the brand but they are sick. My mom said I look good in them too.
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    No offense dude but you should let Uncontrol do the forum rage stuff.
    Nah, the Aussie did a good job.
     


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    Noobs defending each other provide the lulz.
     


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    Thanks for the honest answers guys! I'm off to Target to go get me some sweet jeans!!! I heard they even sell True Religions there!!!!! Here's hoping they have my size!!!!
     


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    Thanks for the honest answers guys! I'm off to Target to go get me some sweet jeans!!! I heard they even sell True Religions there!!!!! Here's hoping they have my size!!!!

    No wtf don't buy True Religion jeans. Buy Lee Pipes dude. You can thank me later [​IMG]
     


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