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    Default Man Pants, help me buy new pants.

    I have been working my ass off lately and have dropped down to a 34. I don't want some stupid shit with big pink threaded embroidery showing the world my love of dong. Just some good fitting man pants. I normally have a woman help me with these things but I find myself without a woman worth the headache of going to a shopping mall with at the moment and I need dem jeans son.

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    Man pants?

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    I'm not sure about the boots.
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    For jeans? 501's.
    I'm here a week now... waiting for a mission... getting softer. Every minute I sit in front of this computer, I get weaker, and every minute Charlie squats in the gym, he gets stronger


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    Overrated.
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    Yeah, but everything that's rated higher won't be in 2 years.
    I'm here a week now... waiting for a mission... getting softer. Every minute I sit in front of this computer, I get weaker, and every minute Charlie squats in the gym, he gets stronger


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    I grant the longevity and enduring fit/style point.

    But there are plenty of good, well-made jeans, without the hype, e.g. American Rag.

    (Made in Australia, so they're solid.)
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    Carharts, Foo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAYoung
    I grant the longevity and enduring fit/style point.

    But there are plenty of good, well-made jeans, without the hype, e.g. American Rag.

    (Made in Australia, so they're solid.)
    Might be different there, but as long as you're a smart shopper, there really isn't a price difference here between those and levi's.
    I'm here a week now... waiting for a mission... getting softer. Every minute I sit in front of this computer, I get weaker, and every minute Charlie squats in the gym, he gets stronger


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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyOldGuy
    Might be different there, but as long as you're a smart shopper, there really isn't a price difference here between those and levi's.
    Possible. It wasn't the price I was so worried about. It was the 'omg levi's' hype. And you weren't exhibiting that, I know - it's a reflex reaction to the time I grew up.

    But I digress...

    I bought a pair of American Rag jeans for about $4 second-hand. Best pair of jeans I've owned. They're breaking now, but I got more than my money's worth. (Just bought a new pair for something like $80.)
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    If you're athletic, go with a straight cut, slim or loose fit (any brand, just find a color you like). If you're fatter, get some straight cut relaxed. Again, any brand should be fine, as long as you don't buy cheap Wal Mart knock offs (unless you have to, but if you do realize they won't last long enough for the savings to be worth it. Avoid boot cuts unless you actually wear boots on a regular basis.

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