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04-01-2013, 11:12 PM
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Carpenter Jeans

Anyone else into carpenter jeans?

Really digging this pair, thinking about pulling the trigger.



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Do it. I'll rock my jorts while you wear these. Can someone else wear tear-aways?

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Pretty much all I wear. Love em.

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They look like pretty standard jeans to me.

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Do it. I'll rock my jorts while you wear these. Can someone else wear tear-aways?
Thanks for the advice, think I'm going to do it.

But tear-aways? Yuck!

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I can't wait to start wearing my Levi's Silvertab courdaroy shorts once the weather starts getting a little nicer.


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They look like pretty standard jeans to me.
Only really special thing about them is that they have a few extra loops above the knee "for hanging tools on" (yeah right).

I own a few pairs because for some reason it's difficult to find jeans in my size (36x34) and this one time they had three pairs of carpenter jeans in that size and I bought them all.

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You would legitimately have to pay me to wear those in public.

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only really special thing about them is that they have a few extra loops above the knee "for hanging tools on" (yeah right).

I own a few pairs because for some reason it's difficult to find jeans in my size (36x34) and this one time they had three pairs of carpenter jeans in that size and i bought them all.
6'5 240?

The jeans? No.

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6'5 240?
6'1" 195. Got pretty long legs. I wear a 34-inch waist for slacks/khakis but for jeans I like them to be a little loose and wear a belt to keep them up.

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6'1" 195. Got pretty long legs. I wear a 34-inch waist for slacks/khakis but for jeans I like them to be a little loose and wear a belt to keep them up.
Those pants are too big for you son. I'm 6'5 and with 34 inseam I can have a pretty solid cuff.

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Those pants are too big for you son. I'm 6'5 and with 34 inseam I can have a pretty solid cuff.
They fit me exactly the way I want them to. 36x32 is too short.

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I don't even think my 55 year old father that works in the construction field would wear those.

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I prefer carpenter jeans because of the large side pocket to fit my smartphone into.

Yes, I am completely lacking in style. Yes, I am okay with that

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I prefer carpenter jeans because of the large side pocket to fit my smartphone into.

Yes, I am completely lacking in style. Yes, I am okay with that
Feel the same way so I can fit a tin of dip

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I prefer carpenter jeans because of the large side pocket to fit my smartphone into.

Yes, I am completely lacking in style. Yes, I am okay with that
I'm right there with ya but I'm 51 and could care less about style.

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I'm right there with ya but I'm 51 and could care less about style.
at least you care though.

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Wearing a pair of carpenter jeans as I write this post.

Feels good, man.

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For real? These things have made a comeback? They were big in like 1991.

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I think I wore these 20 years ago.

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plus if you buy carpenter jeans, you get a free furby and a Y2K readiness preparation guide

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at least you care though.
I care because they are comfortable.

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I like carpenter jeans as well. Forget about style, if they fit good then why not wear them?

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I wouldn't wear them, unless paid a handsome sum.

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