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Jean - Cheap in US than in EU

discostar

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Hi,

Which recommendable Jeans Brands are cheaper in the US than in Europe?

Thanks
 

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Originally Posted by discostar
Hi, Which recommendable Jeans Brands are cheaper in the US than in Europe? Thanks
Levis </thread> EDIT: FUCK THAT WAS MY HUNDREDTH POST?????!!!!!!??????
 

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Nudies are very cheap in the UK compared to the states.
 

Flight Bird

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Originally Posted by discostar
Hi,

Which recommendable Jeans Brands are cheaper in the US than in Europe?

Thanks


Originally Posted by sho'nuff
definitely levis of course


also, Abercrombie and fitch stuff.


 

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yeah of course levis, thats obvious, already had a look at the levis website. Im not really into a&amp;f, thanks though.

any other suggestions?
 

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Most. Just roam on eBay and compare it to local stores/websites.
 

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