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Jeans to fit a skinny guy with a big butt.

skinnyguy1

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I'm not sure if anyone on here can help me out with this, but I am getting very frustrated that I can't find any jeans that fit me decently. I am a pretty skinny guy, chest 37, waist 29, 5'10". However, I have a very large butt, and I also need a lot of room at the crotch. I can find jeans that fit really nicely along my legs, but they just look and feel uncomfortable up top. I have a consistent problem with the jeans going up my butt crack in the back, and for the outline of my penis to be clearly visible through the pants because the jeans don't fit properly in front.

I don't like my pants to be tight, but I don't like them to be baggy either. I resort to wearing the same pair of levis 569 loose jeans every day, which have kind of stretched out at the waist, so they sag a bit and are pretty loose on me, but at least not restrictive. However, I don't think they look right. They are just too baggy, and look sloppy on me. I want pants that fit me like I am a man, not a kid wearing baggy jeans. But I don't want pants that accentuate my butt like a girl's butt either.

To give you an idea of how big my butt is, if I pull the levi 569 up at the waist so that they don't sag, they fit just about right. However, this pair is a year old, and I have tried newer pairs on, and it looks like they changed the fit a little, and the new ones are too tight on my butt, even though they are still pretty damn loose in the legs, etc.

I really don't know what to do at this point.
 

G0079

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Get a shrink to fit (Levi's sized down 1) or stretch to fit (APC sized down 1) pair of jeans.
 

skinnyguy1

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This woman describes the problem I have: http://video.answers.com/how-to-get-...eans-117824059 I think maybe the real problem is that the rise is too short for me on most jeans. A lot of times the jeans don't fit super tight around my butt but still go up the crack - they just fit awkwardly. I want it to be visible that I have a butt, but I don't want to accentuate it by having jeans go up my crack. Does anyone have ideas on how to avoid this? The question is how do I get a longer rise without getting jeans that are meant to be worn high on the waist and then sagging them.
 

Don Carlos

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Show us some pictures of your buttcrack and your penis, so that we can judge the proper inseam.
 

Mr. Mystery

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More expensive option, get pants that fit right up top and alter the leg as desired.

I have the same type of body.
 

TheDarkKnight

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Originally Posted by skinnyguy1
I don't want to accentuate it by having jeans go up my crack .

This made me lulz to myself at home. I apologise for my childishness.
 

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Originally Posted by skinnyguy1
I'm not sure if anyone on here can help me out with this, but I am getting very frustrated that I can't find any jeans that fit me decently. I am a pretty skinny guy, chest 37, waist 29, 5'10". However, I have a very large butt, and I also need a lot of room at the crotch. I can find jeans that fit really nicely along my legs, but they just look and feel uncomfortable up top. I have a consistent problem with the jeans going up my butt crack in the back, and for the outline of my penis to be clearly visible through the pants because the jeans don't fit properly in front. I don't like my pants to be tight, but I don't like them to be baggy either. I resort to wearing the same pair of levis 569 loose jeans every day, which have kind of stretched out at the waist, so they sag a bit and are pretty loose on me, but at least not restrictive. However, I don't think they look right. They are just too baggy, and look sloppy on me. I want pants that fit me like I am a man, not a kid wearing baggy jeans. But I don't want pants that accentuate my butt like a girl's butt either. To give you an idea of how big my butt is, if I pull the levi 569 up at the waist so that they don't sag, they fit just about right. However, this pair is a year old, and I have tried newer pairs on, and it looks like they changed the fit a little, and the new ones are too tight on my butt, even though they are still pretty damn loose in the legs, etc. I really don't know what to do at this point.
More seriously, you sound very insecure. I have a luscious behind too, along with muscular thighs. Paradoxically, I find that Levi 511 skinny jeans fit me best. I go up two inches in the waist from my size and wear a belt. After two days they look perfect and aren't tight anywhere. It makes sense if you think about it: If you have big buns and artillery, you want jeans that are bigger in the top than in the legs. That's the opposite of loose legged jeans (which are tight in the ass and loose in the thighs) and the reason why 569s probably look like shit on you. EDIT: Your jeans are creeping up your ass because they're supposed to be worn at the hips, not at the waist. Also, you should post a picture -- I doubt anyone would mind a peek.
 

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Might want to look into fully-canvassed bespoke jeans.
 

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Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight
Pics or GTFO

Replace your car with a bike and then you can find them in your mirror.
 

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It is too hard to see the problem in a picture since my jeans are dark so I posted a picture of the problem in some different pants (I have the problem in just about every pair). I don't wearing my jeans higher than they are supposed to be worn. In fact even if I sag a little bit I have the same problem. The problem isn't really "tightness" in the butt, its more just a poor fit in general.

I thought about working with a tailor, but I don't know what to ask them to do. I've never had anything tailored before.

 

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Originally Posted by skinnyguy1
It is too hard to see the problem in a picture since my jeans are dark so I posted a picture of the problem in some different pants (I have the problem in just about every pair). I don't wearing my jeans higher than they are supposed to be worn. In fact even if I sag a little bit I have the same problem. The problem isn't really "tightness" in the butt, its more just a poor fit in general. I thought about working with a tailor, but I don't know what to ask them to do. I've never had anything tailored before.
Yep, the jeans are a poor fit (too big in the seat) and you're wearing them too high. You don't need tailored jeans. Order the Levi 511 jeans from Zappos in 31 x 32 in one of the dark colors. They're only $37 and should fit you well. http://www.zappos.com/levis-511-skinny-fit
 

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uni qlo - slim fit cutting but large waist size.

Now GTFO and crawl back to SW&D
 

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