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relaxed jean sizing pdc and earnest swen

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by lancer348, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. lancer348

    lancer348 New Member

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    Hi, I'm looking into getting my first pairs of premium denim and I'm looking at the PDC Riva jeans as well as the earnest sewn hemingway jeans . supposedly they both are relaxed throught the thigh,which is something I look for as I've played sports and have muscular thighs. Are both of those jeans pretty loose through the thigh? Is one a lot looser than the other? As far as the waist goes do most people size up or size down with those brands? I wear a 32 waist in pretty much every non designer jean (gap, ae, etc.).

    Thanks
     


  2. knucks

    knucks Distinguished Member

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    Hi, I'm looking into getting my first pairs of premium denim and I'm looking at the PDC Riva jeans as well as the earnest sewn hemingway jeans . supposedly they both are relaxed throught the thigh,which is something I look for as I've played sports and have muscular thighs. Are both of those jeans pretty loose through the thigh? Is one a lot looser than the other? As far as the waist goes do most people size up or size down with those brands? I wear a 32 waist in pretty much every non designer jean (gap, ae, etc.).

    Thanks

    Can you try finding these in store to try em on? i don't understand people ordering jeans w/o truly knowing how they fit.
     


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