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Men’s jeans, like their women, have to be the right fit or you can forget it. We are very picky on the ones we wear out, as we are with our women. I prefer the neat fit around the groin and thighs and so go for the slim tapered leg and narrow cut, any extra flare and bagginess not for me. Levi does this rather well. I did a lot of running and sports as a kid and so gifted an exceptional ass the ladies go for and although not quite as pert as it was it still sits well in the old snug Levi’s. I have noticed that when women eye you up in the street and bars they look at your ‘crown jewels’ first and then your eyes and so why not give them a show. Before you get any idea these are not Status Quo fit.
To get the right fit pair I’m willing to spend a bit, the Levi 500 range always coming up trumps. I don’t like those trendy brands with deliberate wear and holes in them as it mocks the poverty of the child labor that no doubt made them, extra big pockets and unneeded zips and labels also irritating. It’s got to be a classic neat cut with no fuss for me and they must be as snug as midnight cuddle watching with watching scary movies with your girl.Shopping around to find the right pair is the hard bit, most fashion stores offering ober trendy styles not suited to anyone over 25 and most of the big high street chains bulk hanging on their rails those baggy deep navy dye dad jeans. But it would be Debenhams that would come up with the goods, a surprise, really, as they are very much the middle aged and middle - class traditional department store, known for Jeremy Clarkson jeans.
The Levi 505 in question is the basic straight slim cut jeans, little flare and grip the thighs. They have the regulation four pockets - deep - and come in at around 40 quid if you shop around. They were on sale at Debenhams and I had a voucher code so why not. I rarely buy brands and feel tacky if I do but Levis did invent jeans and so earned their cool status, even though most are made in‘perspiration outlets’ in Mexico, not enough of that forty quid going to the workers. Some of these places in the third world that make the big brand jeans also make the cheap generics you see in the big supermarkets on the same production lies, begging the question on just how much of the cost was spent on labor and materials etc.I have had them for two months now and they washed out well, dark navy\black my favorite color as you don’t have to wash them as much. The first wash left them a little tight but they soon stretch out nice to fit my toned thighs (steady girls), as they are designed to do. Debenhams offer a two week return policy and Levi’s pretend to a six month guarantee, they are that confident they wont wear in that time. For 40 quid I bloody well hope so! Now, time for the devil to go out posing in my new jeans to get the Sunday paper, prime pulling territory as all the pretty girls will be out waking their dogs.
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