- Jeans for cyclists legs
It seems that the latest Howies jeans have already sold out of my big waist short legged size, so I need another brand with similar fit if possible.
I liked the Howies ones because they last for ages and are still smart enough to wear to work after a few months. So what else is out there which won’t be too tight on my ass and thighs?Posted 5 years ago
Hiut – worth the money imo as you’ll only need one pair for years
I reckon I’d kill then in a year.
I keep wearing the arse out on my jeans, because I wear them to ride to work. I think this’ll happen whatever jeans I get, so I think I’m going to give up on Howies jeans and just keep popping into charity shops to stock up.Posted 5 years agoiamroughriderMember
don’t laugh but i really rate primark jeans. All of them from thin fitting ones to normal cut, to baggy. Just go to a large store with a variety of leg lengths in stock. I have a pair I use for bmxing/ mtbing in and they still look like new after a year or so. The ‘thin fitting’ ones fabric has some give in it too as opposed to heavy denim type jeans. TK max could be a good place to look as they tend to have loads of different brands, so you may have a choice of many different shapes for a given size. Also they would be a quality product. Just need the patience sift through them all and to try a load on.Posted 5 years agobrakesMember
What do you mean by cyclists legs, sounds more like fat legs and arse to me?
Some people are just built differently, I struggle to find jeans that aren’t ‘relaxed fit’. Most normal jeans will fit my waist but are too tight around the leg and bum. 10+ years of football and it’s only 10 years since I stopped playing seriously that my leg shape is changing but the size largely remains.Posted 5 years ago
Some of the G-Star jeans are generously proportioned in the ‘seat’ area due to the anatomical proportions of their target market.Pimpmaster JazzMember
Selling some Hiuts.
Just saying, like… 😀Posted 5 years agoekulMember
Diesels ‘krooley’ are my best fitting jeans. due to my rugby I have developed rather generously in the backside and thighs. But even at 38″ they are fairly well fitted, whereas a lot of other brands at that waist tend to be either very baggy or appear as though I have mistakenly tried on jeggings.
I dread jeans shopping it’s so depressing walking into the fashionable stores and having them suppress a giggle when you ask if they have certain styles in a 38 🙁Posted 5 years agogofasterstripesSubscriber
M+S Jeans here – not faded on the butt after 5 years or something.
In fact right now I’m wearing a pair of uuuber baggy M+S shorts that are at least 10 years old. I have ripped them in a few places but they are not quite nearly worn out yet [though some of the fabric has thinned].
10 bloody years – rain, shine, mud and a 200 washes by now I’d guess!Posted 5 years ago
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