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post #2 of 30
Hey, those ARE really nice!! Ditto, pretty & a good cause! I really like them!

How long before they get faked?? People would be sure to buy them thinking they are supporting the cause, just like those stupid rubber bracelets, even though most were fake, and the money went no where but to the manufacturers everyone still thought they were donating to the cancer/whatever fund.
post #3 of 30
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Originally Posted by luvapup
Hey, those ARE really nice!! Ditto, pretty & a good cause! I really like them!

How long before they get faked?? People would be sure to buy them thinking they are supporting the cause, just like those stupid rubber bracelets, even though most were fake, and the money went no where but to the manufacturers everyone still thought they were donating to the cancer/whatever fund.
yeah to the Lance Armstrong fund

nice pair of jeans!
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I know, it's pretty sad... I remember two summers ago when the Livestrong bracelets were the HOT thing to have... people were hawking them on ebay for $5 apiece, all proceeds going to themselves.
post #5 of 30
Those are pretty but they should have done them in a different wash or made them big t's.
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SHIT, SHIT, SHIT, SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I CAN NEVER GET THE GOOD STUFF! They got to be kidding me! A 32.5 inseam? WHAT ASSHOLES! I git the email earlier and rushed over. I LOVE THEM! They are the nicest ones with embroidery I have seen yet! 100.00 bucks a pair to brest cancer to boot! I think I might order them anyway and hope they come longer than listed. I HOPE THE COUNTERFEITTERS DON'T START COUNTERFEITTING THESE! THEY ARE FOR A GOOD CAUSE!
post #7 of 30
I want them but they're already out of size 25, 26, 27, 28..

When did they get these in?
post #8 of 30
I got the email about them today, so either today or yesterday!
post #9 of 30
AND ALREADY THEY'RE GONE!
post #10 of 30
TAX DEDUCTABLE TOO!
post #11 of 30
Somebody explain to me - how is Big T different from the regular TRs?
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Originally Posted by blm14
Somebody explain to me - how is Big T different from the regular TRs?
bigger rivets, thicker threads.
post #13 of 30
I don't know why you guys are saying they are gone, I just checked at 9:41am Pacific time on Tuesday, Sept 20th and they have every size available. So if you want them, order them online and if it says they don't have your size for some reason, then call and ask. They probably just updated their computers last night and that they had more backstock in these.
post #14 of 30
thanks - They did get more in since yesterday and I was able to order them!
post #15 of 30
I called today and they are very nice. They measured the inseam for me which is a 32.5 so I am out of the box on these. But if your going to order them, she said the thighs run full so if you are sizing up for thigh room, DON'T! Everything else is sized the same as normal TR except the short inseam and extra thigh room.
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denimdevil, I agree- why can't they just make a standard 34in or longer!!! People are getting taller these days and it's easy to cut jeans off and hem them, but we can't add fabric to make them longer. God that pisses me off. Luckily some companies are getting smarter and making superlong pants for us giraffes.
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Originally Posted by twyla
denimdevil, I agree- why can't they just make a standard 34in or longer!!! People are getting taller these days and it's easy to cut jeans off and hem them, but we can't add fabric to make them longer. God that pisses me off. Luckily some companies are getting smarter and making superlong pants for us giraffes.
and im complaining why cant they make em shorter. i actually think our generation (atleast people in their early 20s to high teens) arent as tall as you would think. all that Milk advertisement isnt helping i guess. i do feel like there's more obese people though, then again could be the media. its all media!
post #18 of 30
I think they should just make them in different inseams, that would solve the problem for everyone!
post #19 of 30
GREAT IDEA !
post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by denimdevil
SHIT, SHIT, SHIT, SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I CAN NEVER GET THE GOOD STUFF! They got to be kidding me! A 32.5 inseam? WHAT ASSHOLES! I git the email earlier and rushed over. I LOVE THEM! They are the nicest ones with embroidery I have seen yet! 100.00 bucks a pair to brest cancer to boot! I think I might order them anyway and hope they come longer than listed. I HOPE THE COUNTERFEITTERS DON'T START COUNTERFEITTING THESE! THEY ARE FOR A GOOD CAUSE!
I'm 5'7" with long legs, but these 34" inseams most jeans come in kill me. They're always just a bit too long for me, but not so long that I've ever hemmed ... yet. But then, I do not wear high heels. Are you ladies all much taller, or are you always wearing heels with your denim? A 32.5" inseam sounds wonderful and ideal to me, and I'm often sad that most jeans don't come in this length.
post #21 of 30
I am 5'9" and I don't always wear heels but I like to have the option to. 34" is really the minimum for me.
post #22 of 30
I'm 5'7", and 32.5" is perfect if I am wearing flats or flip-flops, but I usually wear heels, which is why I prefer the 34" inseam. I also like having a few pairs of 32.5" jeans for more casual things.
post #23 of 30
I ditto raychilly on the height and inseam's that work for me but I don't ever wear heels, it's very hard with two little kids!
post #24 of 30
Let me clarify ...I wear heels with them when I go out (which isn't all that often these days!). At home and other casual things...grocery shopping, etc., I usually wear flip-flops with the 32.5" or cuff the 34".
post #25 of 30
I wish I could wear high heels, as I see some really beautiful shoes, and it would make dressing up a whole lot easier, since all my jeans do have about a 34" inseam. But I have bad knees, and wearing heels is just too painful for me. So I usually have to flip my jeans up at the bottom hem, which is not a real evening kind of look, or wear platform shoes with no rise at the heel.
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