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Need help identifying these 7 jeans

post #1 of 4
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Hello experts,

 

My husband wants to replace his 7 jeans with the exact same one.

 

Would love some help identifying the pocket style of these jeans (its not your typical pocket style). The brown tag doesnt show the cut/style #, however there is a satin tag with 2 lines of numbers on it but when we entered those numbers our search came back empty.

 

Any help identifying these jeans would be appreciated!

post #2 of 4

Looks like those are a Straight-to-Discount model (with the older red size tag and the J in the style number), so it's not surprising that you didn't get many hits on it. How long ago did he get these? You might just try browsing the selection of 7FAM in his size on Ebay--S2D models seem to pop up fairly often there.

 

I'm also pretty bad with the newer washes but these look like they could possibly be Honolulu? The last 3-4 digits of the style number would help in IDing that too.

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hi shopaholism,

 

this is the first time ive ever heard of straight to discount styles. how does it work?

 

do you have any tips on how identify s2d styles? we want to be informed shoppers next time we go buying designer jeans.

 

so i think husband bought these at Nordstrom Rack or TJMaxx type store, honestly cant remember. he bought these over a year ago.

 

am attaching a close up pic of tag. can you tell me which one of these numers is the style number?

 

THANKS SO MUCH for your help, thanks to you ive been enlightened :) IMG_3783.JPG

post #4 of 4

Yes, straight-to-discount jeans are made for places like the Rack, TJs, Loehmann's, Off 5th, etc, and retail for around $120 or whatever those places price them at (so the "compare at" price is a total lie, lol). Hence the "straight-to-discount store" designation. They can get away with this because the jeans are made in Mexico and the workers are probably paid a lot less.

 

The style number is the longer of the 2 numbers...style numbers on S2Ds will almost always have a J in them somewhere, and to my knowledge only S2Ds have J anywhere in their style numbers. Some other tricks you can use are the combination of the brown content tag and the red size tag, the "assembled in Mexico" indication on the tag (even the older S2D pairs that have tan content tags will say they were made in Mexico), etc. Sometimes you can sense that the quality of some S2D pairs is not quite up there with the full retail pairs, but many of the newer S2Ds and a couple of the older ones are actually really nice.

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