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Rag & Bone 32/32 Slim fitting

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    seen Senior member

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    Rag & Bone jeans from Barney's NY. Waist measures 32.25 inches, inseam measures 32 inches. I no longer remember the number of the fit, but it's a slim fit.

    If you are reading this, chances are you already know about the quality of R&B jeans. The dye is amazing. The waistband is lined with a soft, suede-like fabric, and they have loops inside for hanging.

    This is a brand new pair and have never been worn, though unfortunately I detached and lost the tags. I would kill to be able to wear this, but it does not fit me. Asking $100 shipped anywhere in North America. Paypal only please - PM me if you are interested.
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    Brian278 Senior member

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    Could you post more detailed measurments (using the BiG method if possible)? Also, are these black or indigo?
     
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    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    black dye.
    waist: 32.25 inches
    inseam: 32"
    front rise: 8.25"
    back rise: 11.75"
    thigh (flat): 10.5"
    knee: 8"
    leg opening: 7.75"
     
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    Measurements and pockets look like girls' jeans to me...
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I feel inclined to give a heads up on this. I'm almost positive these are womens jeans. The 8.25" rise is one indicator and the slash pockets similar to dress pants would be another.

    They're great jeans regardless but the buyer should know.

    And drizzt beat me to it...Doesn't he have a AF forum to run?

    One thing drizzt didn't mention are the small pockets. Now I'm 100% positive they're women's jeans.
     
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    I feel inclined to give a heads up on this. I'm almost positive these are womens jeans. The 8.25" rise is one indicator and the slash pockets similar to dress pants would be another. They're great jeans regardless but the buyer should know. And drizzt beat me to it...Doesn't he have a AF forum to run?
    Sorry man, I was surfing on http://www.bandannaforum.com but couldn't stand all of the gayness so I came back here and saw this post first. Hey... those measurements sound like they'd fit you?
     
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    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    im afraid to say, but i may still be interested.

    im not gay, but i dont mind a women's jean if it fit's the bill (price, look, quality, fit, low rise)
    i have a hard time finding low rise for men's jeans, and i can only find that in women's. not that i bought any yet, but to tell you the truth, i have tried on a few pairs after reading the legitimacy of men wearing women on a recent thread here.
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    There's no judgement, shoe. They're a solid pair of jeans. My only problem would be that the small back pockets would stand out. Measurement-wise I'm sure this pair would work for a lot of SF kids.
     

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