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Fidelity Denim?

post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 
Anyone heard about it or tried some on?
post #2 of 21
fidelity denim is a vancouver-based brands by jason trotzuk.

the price range is a tad lower than what sfam has. (of course, it's a canadian brand, so of course it'll be cheaper in canada...might be diff from the US though).

it fits alright. the downward curve stitch on the pockets give the ass a "petite" effect.
post #3 of 21
Thread Starter 
So, what's "alright" about the fit?
post #4 of 21
I didn't like their like pant cuts (like TR's sammy's, etc). I think they're ok. I would never pay retail because Off the Wall has them on sale for like $40 from time to time.
post #5 of 21
I've found a couple pairs at Winners before for around $40...they're cute, but I haven't tried them on yet.
post #6 of 21
Shitty jeans, they try to copy 7 with their cuts and washes. They Give the jeans stupid names, they are made in china, and the price points are low and cheep so they can get that budget consumer.
post #7 of 21
^ wow, you've really got a hate on for these jeans, eh?

What's wrong with low price points? What, you'd rather pay $200 just so you're not considered a "budget consumer"? They're not even THAT cheap...same price in the US as most other high-end jeans.

And I'm really lost on why you think they try to copy Sevens? They look absolutely nothing like Sevens, their fits are different, etc. Lol. How random.

Fidelity jeans are made with Japanese denim and they've held up a lot better for me than other designer brands (such as True Religion which stretches so much and R&R which tears so easily). They holt their shape and have some great washes. They're also not as flashy as other brands. I'll post a photo of me wearing some once they're outta the wash.
post #8 of 21
They are cute but run large IMO. I am absolutely not a size 23 in true sizing.
post #9 of 21
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Originally Posted by KaiSurf View Post
So, what's "alright" about the fit?
I'm a huge fan of wide-legged jeans. Mainly because I have muscular thighs. Their wide-legged Hyacinth jean looks a lot more like regular flares on me.

They're nice, but they don't really get my heart pumping. I guess because I don't see them around very much.

Heh, I actually knew the creator back when he created/owned Dish...
post #10 of 21
I had a pair that I was selling that I basically had to give away...I mean no one wanted them Now even Revolve is selling them as the hot new denim line? I think it is kind of funny cause usually Canada is way behind
post #11 of 21
I tried a pair on once. I liked them...they were comfortable and made my butt look good. I didn't get them though.
post #12 of 21
Thread Starter 
I'm very intrigued. I may want to try this brand.
post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by azia View Post
^ wow, you've really got a hate on for these jeans, eh?

What's wrong with low price points? What, you'd rather pay $200 just so you're not considered a "budget consumer"? They're not even THAT cheap...same price in the US as most other high-end jeans.

And I'm really lost on why you think they try to copy Sevens? They look absolutely nothing like Sevens, their fits are different, etc. Lol. How random.

Fidelity jeans are made with Japanese denim and they've held up a lot better for me than other designer brands (such as True Religion which stretches so much and R&R which tears so easily). They holt their shape and have some great washes. They're also not as flashy as other brands. I'll post a photo of me wearing some once they're outta the wash.
Put them side by side, cut wise, wash wise everything.. They Rip off seven huge, they bring nothing new to the denim game, and so what if they use Japanese denim. It's still made in china. They are nothing but designer denim wana be jeans, and bring nothing new to the denim world. None of their cuts are ground breaking, they sell on price point alone. Which makes them no different than Guess or Parasuco, except they did a hell of a job marketing so that real stores like Holt Renfrew, Aritzia ect ect, would buy into them. They got some celebs to wear this crap and got magazines to push it as if they were the real deal. In 2 seasons you'll be buying them from Jean Machine for 109 bucks. You talk about the quality of your R&R's as if they are supposed to last forever. R&R's rip cause they are over distressed super soft stretch denim. You can't expect that kind of material to last forever. If you look at the most expensive silks and wools used in suiting and you'll see that the materials aren't exactly meant to last forever. The stuff is delicate, as for TR they do stretch, that’s why you go down 1-2 sizes, and as much as I hate TR’s the ugliest jean TR puts out still has more style than anything Fidelity puts out.

Their basic blue is a knock off of 7's NYD, their grey is a knok off od Citizens grey wash, their raw denim skinny came out wayy after diesels 86c wash. Their skinny didn't come out before the trend, it came out a season after the trend already hit which tells you they don't innovate, they just put out stuff while its hot and expect people to buy them cause thats the trend. They can't start trends, they can't even come up with a cut of their own. It's all repos of other jean brands popular jeans.
post #14 of 21
Lol, alrighty then. I won't argue with you, almighty.

They are just jeans, at the end of the day.
post #15 of 21
Buy and wear what you like and fits you well.
post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by cbrooke View Post
I had a pair that I was selling that I basically had to give away...I mean no one wanted them Now even Revolve is selling them as the hot new denim line? I think it is kind of funny cause usually Canada is way behind
O rly? That is funny!
post #17 of 21
I finally took some photos. These are the "Snap Dragon - Low Waist Flare" style. They're actually really hot (I've see them on other girls) but unfortunately, my small but stumpy body doesn't do them justice.





post #18 of 21
Apologies for the cat, too. His purpose in life is to get in my way.
post #19 of 21
Me likey.

Whenever I've tried them on they've been too big. Honestly, I am not a size 23, only in the insane world of vanity sizing.
post #20 of 21
I just got a pair in the Sapphire Wash, Lotus cut and I LOVE them. I think the quality is very comparable to my other designer jeans and the material is super soft. These may be my favorite new jeans! I am so freaking sick of my R&R's ripping on me or the buttons falling off, I decided to branch out a bit.

By the way, I find the bootcut on these to be a bit more flared than they appear in the pic, which I like.

post #21 of 21

they actually are manuactured in Los Angeles. Where did you find the information that they were made offshore?

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