I didn't know where they were bases.
I have a pair of those and really like them. I'm normally 34x34 but my Levi's are 32x I would also recommend the Tiger of Sweden Pistolero jeans. A bit more expensive but nice and stretchy. Levi 's are perfect. I am a wrestler and they fit my thighs perfectly, However I believe they are a European model only.
I absolutely love my Levis straight taper fit jeans. Lots of colors and plenty of room for my hiking legs. The calves can be a little tight as they taper quite a bit, but my elephant thighs fit in them well and I don't like one of those popsicles with the two sticks.
Well, shows how long it's been since I bought new jeans, apparently the is gone replaced by the slightly different Also you can still get 's at some retailers like the Levi's outlets or macys. Whichever brand, I've found jeans that are made of 'stretch jean' to be the answer to this problem. I actually had a similar problem and got the uniqlo air stretch. They rock and are more comfortable than any denim I've ever owned. Is the fit similar to s? I used to have two pairs of straight Uniqlo denim that I wore until the crotch blew out of both.
Sadly they don't make that version any longer and I don't live near a Uniqlo for at least a few more months. I know you mentioned banana but have you tried their slim traveler japanese denim?
I have the same problem as you, and recently bought these with an inch above what I usually wear in the waist. I have a similar issue, I'm 6'0" lbs. I got these last week and they definitely fit well and have a decent taper. They have a variety of fits and their stretch selvedge is pliable enough to hit that skinny fit you're looking for without putting too much pressure on the thighs. Roomy thighs with a pretty decent taper at the ankles.
I actually have a pair of 's I'm trying to sell NWT. They're essentially slim like the 's, but with more room in the seat and thigh. PM me if you're interested. Same issue, gym rat here, Levi's have come up a bit, just look for ones with stretch in them If you're open to it, try Rogue Territory raw denim , love 'em. If you liked the Levi s you should check out MaxLife Living.
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I own 's because i have to have pants that sit above my waist due to the size of my gluetes, and they're labeled as "regular tappered" so they dont squeeze your ass and legs but give the look of a fitted pant below the knee. I'd choose a model that you think is comfortable and gives you the look you want. If i cant find 's in my size that fits i'll go up 2 inches to see if those fit nd if they dont then i usually try somewhere else.
I have 32x32's that fit great and also 34x32's that fit great so anything within a couple inches is fine for me but if the 32's dont fit and the 34's are still a little to snug for my comfort i'll just try somewhere else. Usually the worse fitting ones are at JC penneys and khols and I tend to find the ones that actually fit my 32x32 are at macys or nordstroms. Thanks for doing this. I am in a similar predicament. I lost some weight and need some new jeans. My s are looking too baggy, and I don't want to go too slim.
I was not looking forward to trying on jeans at different stores. I saw some 's in a couple of stores but the selection is severely limited. I will probably go try them on for fit, then make a decision. What retailer did you see them in stock? I tried for ages to find a place that had them so I could try for fit, but to no avail. Its a department store, which may be only in Florida. I think they have a small selection at Urban Outfitters too. I don't understand why they are the stepchild of the Levi's lines.
Dillard's is based out of Arkansas of all places! We have them here at most every mall in Oklahoma. For those unfamiliar, it's a really decent store. Never knew they had s in there. I will check them out. I had been pretty limited to shopping for those at JCP. I didn't know where they were bases. They bought out a department store s called burdines down here. I agree with all of that except nordstroms is quite a bit nicer here.
I'm going back to have another look at Dillard's. Seems like they had them at macys too but the selection was worse. Pretty sure there were zero at JCP, despite their fancy Levi's display. Kills me that the one Levi's store in tampa closed.
Oh, Dillard's also usually has real commissioned and knowledgable sales people working in the suiting. Only problem with that through is that it's mostly very traditionally cut and somewhat overpriced. I've been reading a lot on here about Levi's retailers selling lower-quality jeans A lot of the comments about this say to keep away from "outlet" stores like Kohl's and JCP, but I bought my jeans from a Levi's store at an outlet mall.
It really is simply how the denim feels. Like I mentioned in the article, Kohl's had a really nice quality denim in a dark wash and a really terrible quality in a lighter wash. The lighter one felt brittle, and stiff and awfully thin, like if I were to bend down it would split right away.
If you can't find any defects with yours, it probably is a good pair. It really depends on where they manufacture it. Only if you go to the brick and mortars I believe. You can look on the tag. Another post had said that the ones from certain countries indicated on the Made In The ones I have are from Cambodia and Bangladesh, but I did not think to check where the poor quality ones were made.
Right, it's basically how much room there is for you "boys" when you put your pants on. Unfortunately, these are still too tight in the thighs for me - I used to wear s, but I've put on too much muscle for them I guess, because now they're way too tight.
I've had to resort to the , which are still pretty snug, but not unbearable. I might have to see about getting the leg opening tailored, though. Can confirm sizing differences. I have a light blue pair of s that fit amazing and a dark pair. The dark pair seems of thinner denim and fit closer to a I am hooked on the 's. I have only ordered from Levi's online store and of the five pairs I have, all five are made of completely different fabrics.
Also, some are low rise and some the normal. Not sure how to figure out how to order with consistent cuts and fabric. I used to wear s a lot and the more worn they get they just became way to baggy and I felt like I could parachute out of them if I had to. I wear a size 34x30 and depending on the year However a few weeks ago I decided I needed to find a new pair of jeans that fit nice and tight but not way too tight that made it uncomfortable.
Luckily the Macy's I have in my area have a plethora of Levis which is generally my go to brand for jeans since ever I used to do Luckybrand but honestly I couldn't care anymore. The 's were definitely the size and fit I wanted out of a jean that didn't make me look like I was trying to squeeze into something I couldn't fit into and definitely were more flattering to my body style than the s.
Although I have to go a size up on the 's, I appear to be a solid 36 rather than a 34 in a , ain't no way I am fitting into a 34 in a So far I am happy with the pair, the actual size is a 36x32 which seems a bit long for me but the way it bunches up is just okay when compared to a 30 which just looked a bit weird for me in that style. I could probably do with an inch or half cut from length however I now squat only once a week but I just have always had bigger thighs.
I actually found that gap straight fit worked really well for me for cheaper jeans. I'm still trying to find something of a higher quality bc weird guys don't fit past my knees. I bought myself a couple of s and they fit nicely and snug, me being a waist 34 and length at 32 seemed and played perfectly.
I was tired of the same jeans over and over and wanted a new slate look and I found that in s then any other jean's, I picked up a black, a dark grey, and a beige color as well was the lighter grey ones.
They've been working to be great but I choose s over the s. I have the same thigh issue as you and I find that particular fit to be amazing.
I haven't had a chance to try on 's but I'll keep my eye out for some. Sadly, this guide still doesn't help me. My 26" thighs just don't fit into "s without sizing up to Seconding the Mavi "Matt" jeans. If you like a tighter fit try Buffalo "Evan" jeans. It's a thinner, stretchy denim but it feels very high quality. I just went with 's.
No taper below the knee, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing if one wants to avoid the carrot look. The does have a taper, but has horrible washes. Tried the , but then the pants below the knee got ridiculously roomy. I tried every fit below this, starting with the and only the was comfortable for me.
I used to wear 's before lifting, so no, I'm not completely unaccustomed to slim fitting jeans. I think s are low rise. The next step would be s and then s can get them tapered at a tailor if you want. I think they're supposed to be but the rise is definitely higher than 's. But it's pretty annoying to have to take every pair to a tailor to get the lower legs tapered. On top of taking the waist in. No need to shit on this thread. It's actually a good thread.
It took me a few months before I could find any jeans that would be able to fit my thighs and ass well. I either found jeans that were way too tight or way too baggy. The s were perfect. That fit guide is so generic. They use guys who are different heights. Years ago, Levis provided actual measurements, and that was so much more helpful. Bought my first deep black and like them but they're stretchy and just slightly too tight. However I've gotten compliments when wearing them. I have 2 older pairs of and they fit very different bought diff times and diff retailers.
Love one of the two pairs; the other feels too baggy below the knee as you mentioned. Just notes for intro organic I took a few years ago. Put it up on the wall so I'd see it everyday. This post is the story of my denim life. I used to be able to wear s and they would be my "tight" jeans. While my s would be my "loose" ones. Since I've been working out, I no longer fit in my s, and my s that I've bought recently are also weird fitting. I'll have to try and find some s in Canadia. This was both helpful, interesting and I will be checking these out soon.
I have been getting a lot of comments related to this. Using a measuring tape, I got Although they are a pass, I want you to pay special attention to what happens when the waist size of the jeans go up: For guys with muscular legs, you have to keep in mind that you might have to go up in the waist in order for the jeans to fit your legs. As we mentioned above, the skinny look is not something that we recommend for guys with muscular thighs and this is what the s can do to you. Regardless, these are definitely a pass for him.
For his size, these are a perfect fit as long as he sizes up in the waist they are too tight when he wears the 32s. As you can see, the leg opening is perfect for him too.
In fact, the reason why the leg opening is perfect for him but a bit too large for me is because the leg opening is actually not a fixed number for everyone — it all depends on your proportions. In this case, because his calves are larger than mine the leg opening for the s is proportionally similar to the leg opening seen on the s on me. The thigh and seat fit very well and they look much better on Manny than the s look on me.
However, the leg opening is too wide for him. Click here to purchase. Finding jeans that fit a more muscular build is definitely a challenge. Our biggest issue tends to be finding something that is roomy enough in the seat and thigh, but that also fits well around the waist. Experiment with sizing up or sizing down. Try on different cuts and styles etc. Consider it a small price to pay for being in shape. Click here to connect with them on Twitter.
Go with a simple, dark wash. Dark denim goes with almost everything and can be easily dressed up or dressed down.
I’ve found that going for a slim, straight type of jean gives me a good fit in the ankles, thighs, and hips, provided I go up a couple sizes in the waist. But then, I’m obviously left with a massive, gaping waistband. Hey guys, so I'm looking for slim or tapered skinny jeans. I want that tight look but its hard for me to find the right fitting jeans as a guy with somewhat bigger thighs. Skinny Jeans For Muscular Legs On Guys. so I thought it might be a good idea to write up a post outlining some of the perfect skinny jeans for muscular thighs on men. They have a pair of skinny jeans that are perfect for guys with big thighs that still want to wear skinny jeans. Reply. Mason.