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looking for baggy/semi baggy quality denim

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Hi im new to this forum and very excited to be able to network with so many denim enthusiasts. Anywho Im looking for a brand of quality denim jeans that fits kinda baggy not super baggy but baggy and has lots of differnt styles. I guess i want something close to evisu without the gulls (not a fan of big logos/designs)

Ive been reading the forum and i see you guys refer to something called the brian scale whats that about

Thanks
 

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Originally Posted by garou
Hi im new to this forum and very excited to be able to network with so many denim enthusiasts. Anywho Im looking for a brand of quality denim jeans that fits kinda baggy not super baggy but baggy and has lots of differnt styles. I guess i want something close to evisu without the gulls (not a fan of big logos/designs)

Ive been reading the forum and i see you guys refer to something called the brian scale whats that about

Thanks


Off the top of my head, try PRPS and Blue Blood (Dry Goods). Neither are favorites of mine, but the cuts are close to what you are describing. Atelier La Durance is also a good bet, but the inspiration is more workwear than the other two brands.
 

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R&B 1 would be a perfect baggy jean.
 

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Nudie Baggy Bjorn and Rag and Bone RB1 were the first to come to mind. If you want something more mainstream, try Diesel Kuratt, 7 for all mankind Relaxed or Citizens of Humanty Evans. I used to wear a lot more stuff like the latter, but lately have gone more towards Nudie and the like.
 

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Nudies Baggy Bjorn
Rag and Bone RB1
BlueBlood also makes a decent one, but I forget the model.

I have both the Nudies and the RB1, both very nice.
 

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they make wide cut oni's that are baggy. the normal cut studio d'artisans are very roomy...
 

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wow I didnt expect this many matches thanks guys
 

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THere are so many good semi-baggy jeans. I have a pair of Lee 101b's that I got from oi polloi that have a trouserish cut, similar, if I remember correctly, to the RB1.
 

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Howies' raw denim fits almost exactly like Blue Blood Dry Goods, but their indigo is a bit darker. They have 2 models: a 501-type cut, the OSD, and a cinchback, workwear-inspired cut, the Bryson.
 

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