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Difference between Rigid, Big T, etc. and where's the straight legs?

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I'm not very familiar with True Religion jeans, and I just wanted to know what's the difference, if any, between Rigids, Big T's, non Big T's, Super T's, and anything else I did not mention. I'm mainly interested in aspects like their fit and stretch.

Also, does TR make straight leg jeans? All I see on their website are flare and bootcut. I'm starting to get into straight leg after buying my first pair in premium denim, and I was hoping to see if there are any pics of straight leg TR's.
post #2 of 10
rigid is 100% cotton.
using normal TR as a reference point, bigT stitchings are 3 threads thick and has bigger buttons & rivets. superT stitching are 5 threads thick and has bigger buttons and rivets. note that all "rainbow" TR's are always rigid bigT's (thicker stitching & bigger buttons/rivets). also that bigT and superT have better quality denim compared to regular TR.

straight leg jeans, I'd recommend checking out Johnny's for a classic straight leg fit, with a tiny touch of bootcut at bottom. Billy's for slimmer straight leg fit. Johnny's dont have flapped pockets, Billy's do.

goodluck on your TR's
post #3 of 10
if your looking for straight leg, then bobby is probably more for you. as for big t super t etc, those just refer to the larger threading, and bigger rivets/buttons
post #4 of 10
/\ kinda OT but do bobbys fit differently for men than for women? like i know for women they have a slight flare...not the case for guys?
post #5 of 10
If you're looking for a straight leg...go with Johnny or Billy, if you're looking for something skinnier/more taperd than that, go with Stella or Julie.
post #6 of 10
yeah bobbys are straight for men
post #7 of 10
Try johnnys, they fit very nicely. And also Mickys are staight-legged too, if you like the rigid look more. (I think johhnys are only in stretch?)

And SweetSugar I think u'r right about the bobby fit for guys. i'm confused about why that is, but they sure seem to be less flared comparing to the girls Bobby.
post #8 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hmm, a couple more questions:

Bobbys are straight leg? On the TR website, it says they're bootcut.

Do they still make Billys or Johnnys?

I have a pair of Joeys non Big T, are they not considered rigid? What's the difference between rigids and non rigids? I'm assuming there exists rigids and non rigids because some jeans explicitly say rigid and others do not.

I am a confused young man. ;P
post #9 of 10
oops, should've noticed that you're a guy.... disregard the Billy & Johnny options then, they're for us girls Bobby would be your choice for straight-leg.

the definition of rigid, non-ridgid and stretch is on the composition of the jeans' material. when you look at the jeans tag, if it says 100% cotton then its rigid. if it says anything else (98% cotton, 99% cotton etc etc... with 1% or 2% other stuff), then it means the jeans has some stretch - ie. non-rigid or stretch.

your regular Joey's can be either 100% cotton (rigid) or 99% cotton 1% elastane (stretch)
post #10 of 10
It say's they're bootcut but they are not. I bought some bobbys thinking that was the case, but when I got them in, they where straight leg. I sold them.

Regular Joeys are a bit more lose, they're just regular I guess.

Big T Joeys = Have a little more sliming fit through the knee and really thick threads, bigger rivets and buttons, also a bigger waistpatch.

Super T = Have REALLY thick stitchin, bigger rivets, bigger buttons, its basicly super.
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