In this men's jeans fit guide video, I showcase each of the readily available fittings and styles of jeans for men. At the end of the men's jeans guide, I also recommend you the best options for each physique and body type.
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SLIM TAPER (Recommended): https://geni.us/slimfittaper
SKINNY FIT (Recommended): https://geni.us/skinnyfit
SPRAY ON: https://geni.us/sprayon
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How do you expect your shoes not to be hidden if your botcuts are so damn baggy? Rule number 1 when wearing bootcuts: Never wear Converse or similar flat shoes if your bootcuts are too baggy! I've been wearing bootcuts for almost 2 decades, and I've always had a pair that would look great with every outfit, whether the jeans were tight of loose fits. They're by far my favourite kind of jeans, too bad I can only get new ones once a year because they don't exist here in Peru.
I love how guys over 40 on these videos are not supposed to add any style to their looks. I think the days of (at least for me) the dad jeans with either grass stained new balance runners or socks and sandals are gone. Guys 40 plus are rocking skinny jeans and even spray on and some are in perfectly good shape to make it all work.
Best cut would be regular tapered or slim cut. You cant wear skinny jeans wearing a big bad ass boot. Slim cut works for dressy shoes and big bad ass boots look. Regular tapered is harder to tailor because the leg opening would increase if you hem really short. Slim cut is the best because you dont have to worry about hemming due to having shorter legs.
I wearAriat, Rock & Roll Cowboy, cinch, and Wrangler jeans they are bootcut and very popular but I'm from Texas where men are men with the exception of Austin they like running around in their skinny jeans walking like they have a yeast infection.
holly shit spray ons haha that looks super feminine and his ass was out in the back pure evil for men to wear that hahaha can ou imagine a girl seeing you wear basically female pants..wow what is this world come to...
on many men some of these skinny and slim pants look very feminine especially if they have thicker legs or extra weight haha and on some look simply horrific like scarecrow sticks and on some haha simply disgusting with their ass coming out; who wants to see your nasty underwear and crack dude; that is pure disgusting. Pants should fall on waist first, then everything else...unfortunately most pants these days fall below waist and thus we have terrible styling pants.
I was hoping for some useful information about different fits. But I'm still clueless.
£5 jeans I bought in the past fitted nicely. Then my wife wanted me to have more "posh" jeans that were £25. Same waist size.
The £25 pair feels rather loose at the belt line. (Maybe I should wear a belt but usually can't be bothered.) Then it also presses at and around my crotch. In other words, it wants to drop (builder's bum).
On the other hand, the £5 pair hugs the top area nicely. The belt line is not too tight but tight enough so my jeans stay firmly up. They don't make it uncomfortable by pressing on my crotch and sides, yet they're not baggy, they work nicely with my leg movement.
So how do I tell what cut I want? How did a value product manage to get the shape so right whereas for a price a few times higher it feels like they weren't even trying?
"These £25 jeans are not made properly. I'd rather have a quality fit, like the £5 pair." You get what you pay for...? Hmm...
The goal for men is clearly to reduce differences in apparel down to nearly zero = robot automatons.
If you're going to wear pants, you may as well ride a horse everywhere and forget the car/truck, pants were invented for riding horses.
Or is it just that your heads are full of horse manure?
I’m 6’5 so it’s a pain to find anything, I only go Levi’s for jeans, and athletic fit with a 36W, and 38L I online shop online, so you can imagine the trouble if your like me go Levi’s bois best jeans out there
Thank you for the video. I'm a bigger guy but I love the fit of the tapered jeans. My only problem is they are hard to find in my size. I usually wear about a 40x29 (in inches). Anyone have a suggestion of where I can find some slim tapered jeans in that size?
1997Freakshow I tried haha. There were a couple Goodthreads jeans I got on Amazon back in September and I loved them. I tried to order another pair recently, but the style is totally different and doesn’t fit well at all. But I’ll try to keep looking. Seems like people really like the Levi’s 512, so maybe I’ll try that and get them hemmed.
title says "FIT GUIDE" but all we talk about here is the leg taper. i'm over 40. the first two "loose" and "relaxed" are really the only options. anything that gets thinner below the knee looks like youre wearing your son's pants.
1- can you focus on jeans you can WEAR, please? i work. i move. i squat, i kneel. i climb. all my pants eventually get holes in the knees from bending. it doesn't even look like you can sit down in most of those jeans. where the hell are those jeans that used to last for 5 years?
2- can you focus on jeans that FIT, please? i could care less about my ankles and my shoes. i want jeans that won't bubble up around my non-existent ass, leave room for my jumblies and the occasional hard-0n, as well as look good when i have the basics (keys, phone, cigs, lighter, wallet) in your pockets, bc I ALWAYS have that stuff in my pockets.
just tell me what brand and style to buy for god's sake
The latest style of tube fit is the worst style that men have ever had. Some people are made to believe that thus is the style and they wear it like sheep. It looks good on women and not men.
In future there is a possibly that men are made to believe a pant with one leg is the style or underwear worn over pant is the style and underwear word on head in the style and there may be takers. When you believe in something without using common sense awkward things happen. Tube fit is an example.
Slim taper jeans look like woman’s jeans. Skinny jeans should be exclusively for women. Slim jeans are borderline going into female jeans in my opinion if they look too tight. Classic jeans are the way to go
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