Cheap Monday Men’s Faded Tight, Heavy Wash, 31×32

Cheap Monday Men’s Faded Tight, Heavy Wash, 31×32

  • Faded
  • Skinny

Mid-rise

List Price: $ 75.00

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2 thoughts on “Cheap Monday Men’s Faded Tight, Heavy Wash, 31×32

  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Even the best tuck-n-tape can’t make these right, September 17, 2013
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    First of all, I have to say I really love the look of these jeans. I was impressed with the quality of the material. The denim is as good as expected – maybe even better – with a beautiful, calm, true-to-picture light blue wash. The color makes them great for a night in or a night on the town, and I feel like they SHOULD hold up very well under repeated wear.

    Actually wearing them quickly becomes a problem, however. I’m tall and thin; I don’t usually have a problem with clothes being too tight. But as I tried on these jeans, I immediately noticed that they were a little tight on my calves. No big deal, I thought; they’re supposed to be that way. As I continued to put them on, however, I started to run into problems up top. There’s not much room at all in the seat; my caboose isn’t overly ample, but boy were these babies tight! And the front might even be worse; no matter how I adjusted, I could barely get them buttoned & zipped!! I felt like I could hear the seams creaking with the slightest movement. Heck, I was afraid to sit down in these things, for fear of a complete blowout!!!

    In the end, I decided these jeans just weren’t for me. While I think the material is great, I’m not sure about the fit; there’s just not quite enough room for this guy. If you’re a guy that likes his jeans TIGHT, though, these may be for you…

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