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Poll Results: What jeans look best?

 
  • 4% (6)
    Sevens
  • 4% (6)
    True Religion
  • 12% (18)
    Rock & Republic
  • 74% (107)
    Diesel
  • 4% (6)
    Levi's
143 Total Votes  
post #51 of 85
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Originally Posted by notfrostyjosh View Post
fuck you to whoever told levislad that there is another forum other than diesel

whenever i post a pair of pants that arent diesel someone always replies "wheres your dick?" as if they need some kind of reassurance that a penis is still attached. for me, the fact that you cant see a testicle imprint in my pants is proof enough that they look ok.

i am also of the opinion that true religion should never be worn under any circumstances. rock and republic is almost never allowed but there are exceptions for like midget asian gymnasts.
why midget asian gymnasts? and what do you consider midget?
post #52 of 85
I'm a big fan of my SFAM, they fit great and feel right. My Diesel's are also fantastic
post #53 of 85
just only one person voted for True Religion?
post #54 of 85
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Originally Posted by kubie View Post
just only one person voted for True Religion?
Yes.
post #55 of 85
^ How do you know, anton ?
post #56 of 85
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Originally Posted by *Tee* View Post
^ How do you know, anton ?
Uber HaxXx0rz Sk1llz
post #57 of 85
C@n u t€acH m3 ?
post #58 of 85
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Originally Posted by *Tee* View Post
C@n u t€acH m3 ?
You will need the following to learn the ways:
-Barrel of Vaseline
-Pinata
-Gardining Gloves
-Pair of Crocs
-Lorna's hot pink pants
-Josh's pink leather thong
-And a red tricycle
post #59 of 85
old thread i know..
i think theres no middle ground with true religion..
u love em or hate em..
i get alot of compliments in my joey super ts tho..
i like em..
them and diesel...
i have sfam...and a few other brands...
never can get the right fit with RnR....
gotta go up to 36...with a tiny waist...then hem the botttom...
my rule is one alteration..if i need more than that..its not worth $250+
post #60 of 85
No jeans are worth $250, really. At least not in my book. The most I ever spent on a pair was $180 or $190 for Timmen 71J. Just don't buy shit at retail and you can save a lot.

If I was a huge baller I'd change my tune and just buy a ton of Dior. But if you're price-conscious at all, spending $400-500 on jeans doesn't make a lot of sense. I copped Viker 71B for $80, Safado 8aa for $110...is a pair of Diors really 5-6 times better?

Having said all this, I cannot imagine why anyone - even the people that liked R&R, TR, etc - would pay over $100 for them. They're crap. Even $200 for Diesel is a bit much, given how quickly they find their way onto the used market for much less.
post #61 of 85
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Originally Posted by D-Zell View Post
old thread i know..
i think theres no middle ground with true religion..
u love em or hate em..
i get alot of compliments in my joey super ts tho..
i like em..
them and diesel...
i have sfam...and a few other brands...
never can get the right fit with RnR....
gotta go up to 36...with a tiny waist...then hem the botttom...
my rule is one alteration..if i need more than that..its not worth $250+
Absolutely don't buy TRs, RRs, or SFAMs. Period. And if you do, keep it a secret and don't post it here, lest you get laughed at.

I think women look great in the right SFAMs though (minika )
post #62 of 85
what? do William Rast?
post #63 of 85
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Originally Posted by mgoeclipse View Post
Absolutely don't buy TRs, RRs, or SFAMs. Period. And if you do, keep it a secret and don't post it here, lest you get laughed at.

I think women look great in the right SFAMs though (minika )
I own 7FAM and R&R and I really don't care about these stereotypical statements and elitist generalizations.

Choose whatever you are comfortable wearing, paying for, and fits you the best. Just because the Diesel people say you have to wear them tight doesn't mean that the look/feel is for you.

And a hot girl will look hot in any pair of jeans if they fit properly, regardless of brands (and Minika is hot and could wear any pair of fitted jeans imho and still look hot).
post #64 of 85
I don't really get why people hate on everything but Diesel sometimes, as if they are then end all and be all of jeans. Yea, I'm not a fan of TRs or 7s, but that's because they don't fit me well and don't look good on me. I wouldn't however go as far as to say that they are horrible and no one should ever buy them. I happen to love R&R jeans because I like the way they look and fit on me.
post #65 of 85
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Originally Posted by braindead5400 View Post
I don't really get why people hate on everything but Diesel sometimes, as if they are then end all and be all of jeans. Yea, I'm not a fan of TRs or 7s, but that's because they don't fit me well and don't look good on me. I wouldn't however go as far as to say that they are horrible and no one should ever buy them. I happen to love R&R jeans because I like the way they look and fit on me.
Because every other mid-priced "premium" jean is beset with horror stories about crotch blowouts and generally poor construction.

Diesel is the only one out of SFAM/R&R/TR etc that is priced accordingly with its quality. The others are all way overpriced, seeing as how they don't hold up to abuse.
post #66 of 85
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Originally Posted by ross View Post
Because every other mid-priced "premium" jean is beset with horror stories about crotch blowouts and generally poor construction.

Diesel is the only one out of SFAM/R&R/TR etc that is priced accordingly with its quality. The others are all way overpriced, seeing as how they don't hold up to abuse.
Well, I can only speak for R&R jeans, but only certain washes are prone to ripping and they tend to be the washes that require more extreme treatment to get the required look. This often leads to thinner/weakened fabrics that are more prone to ripping, but it is by no means a common occurrence. I also have many friends who wear 7s or TRs and I haven't heard any complaints from them. I don't expect to change your mind since you seem to have this idea firmly planted in your head, but your idea of these other brands is more than a little flawed.

As a side note, R&R is also VERY good about replacing jeans that do have problems as long as you have a receipt.
post #67 of 85
its a mix of the tacky washes, shitty cuts, and heinous quality which make tr/rr/sfam suck. not just the quality
post #68 of 85
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Originally Posted by Mihalis View Post
its a mix of the tacky washes, shitty cuts, and heinous quality which make tr/rr/sfam suck. not just the quality
Well, there are many people who would disagree with you and I'm not surprised to see that you're a Diesel wearer.
post #69 of 85
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Originally Posted by Mihalis View Post
its a mix of the tacky washes, shitty cuts, and heinous quality which make tr/rr/sfam suck. not just the quality
This man speaks the truth! And I think you (braindead particularly, you) would be surprised how many people own far more brands than Diesel. There's more than tr/rr/sfam and diesel... but like ross said, if you're gonna drop $200+ on denim, might as well make it high quality denim. And yes, minika looks good in whatever, you're right tommy. I bet she could wear nothing and still be hot
post #70 of 85
1. Diesel by far
2. R&R
3. SFAM
4. TR
5. Levi's

I would also add to the list Paper Denim & Cloth - hubby has some of those in a dark wash that look great on. I also like AG jeans.

For those of you not yet on the Diesel bandwagon - just try them. I used to be a huge R&R fan for both men and women. Then I put on a pair of Diesels. Now they are my #1, and I got hubby hooked too. Plus my R&R's kept ripping, damn thin denim! They just don't hold up as well as all my Diesels have.
post #71 of 85
dior>diesel
post #72 of 85
weird that i'd put levis over tr, rr, and 7s?
it's all personal taste, buy what you wish. you'll almost always get more votes for diesel here...
post #73 of 85
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Originally Posted by jskidder View Post
dior>diesel
True.
But

Dior<Diesel X 2

I honestly don't think Dior's are worth twice the price of Diesel
post #74 of 85
Depends on which diesels. And one pair of diors can represent even more than 2 pair of diesels considering real world market factors. Diors are much harder to come by and even the less desirable ones are pricey.

I have around ten pairs of diesels, and for what they cost me in total I could only have bought 2 pairs of diors.
post #75 of 85
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Originally Posted by jskidder View Post
dior>diesel

What style Diors would you recommend for a hubby who likes Koffha's? I must give these a try!
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