Folks on-line
'
1
Forums Albums Skins 1
Search Register Logon


You are logged in as a guest. Logon or register an account to access more features.
OTHER FORUMS:    Horse Trailers  -   Trucks   -   Cutting  -   Reining  -   Roping 
'
Jeans - oh the frustration lol!
Moderators: luluwhit, gotothewhip, crossspur, ForumAdmin

Jump to page : 1 2
Now viewing page 2 [20 messages per page]
Last activity 2017-04-24 12:25 PM
35 replies, 1433 views

View previous thread :: View next thread
   General Discussion -> Barrel Talk
Refresh
Message format
 
Barnmom
Reg. May 2006
Posted 2017-04-21 1:36 PM (#7341194 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!



Hog Tie My Mojo


Posts: 4553
200020005002525
Location: Opelousas, LA
Thanks! 
Top of the page Bottom of the page
SloRide
Reg. Oct 2011
Posted 2017-04-21 1:47 PM (#7341197 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Veteran


Posts: 256
1001002525
I got BKE jeans for the longest time. Then I bought some Ariat jeans. Love them. I do not have to pull them up all of the time and now I won't get anything else lol. I also got the new wrangler flare jeans. Like those too but they are thinner and really stretchy so not for everyone. Can't go wrong with the Ariat jeans though.

Edited by SloRide 2017-04-21 1:50 PM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
CYA Ranch
Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2017-04-21 8:15 PM (#7341292 - in reply to #7341094)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Military family

More bootie than waist!


Posts: 18286
50005000500020001000100100252525
Location: Riding Crackhead.
horsegirl - 2017-04-21 8:59 AM
Sockittoemred - 2017-04-21 9:47 AM I wear Cruel Girl jeans still. None of that stretchy, saggy, crack hanging out, mess that folks wear these days. They make some of the stretchy junky ones, but if you check the tag you can be sure to get the good heavy denim.
That's my thing. I took a break from riding for about 5 years and just started back. I went to order and buy some jeans in the store and realized that the style now is all relaxed and loose legs. I am not so much of a fan of that style. lol I want my snug jeans with a straight calf like they used to be. Do they exist?

Another good one to check out is Cinch ladies jeans.  Wrangler also still makes 100% cotton jeans that are heavy weight.  
Top of the page Bottom of the page
CYA Ranch
Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2017-04-21 8:16 PM (#7341293 - in reply to #7341087)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Military family

More bootie than waist!


Posts: 18286
50005000500020001000100100252525
Location: Riding Crackhead.
camocowgirl - 2017-04-21 8:39 AM I used to wear wrangler but they changed thier denim, its thinner now and I can't stand that. I like thicker. thats one big reason why i chose cowgirl tuff then denim is the perfect weight/thickness.



yeah i know 100 for jeans is very high to me as well.  maybe i can find some ones on sale. 



gotta love being a working girl, we gotta be able to move and work without our clothes falling off or getting in a bind lol

The Cash is 100% cotton and heavy weight.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
camocowgirl
Reg. Apr 2010
Posted 2017-04-22 4:27 PM (#7341350 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Unable to Live Without Chocolate or Coffee


Posts: 1482
1000100100100100252525
cool thanks, i got some cruel girl abby jeans ordered... and cgt natural waist / just tuff, and will be on the lookout for ariat real jeans!  
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Cinchy girl
Reg. Jul 2014
Posted 2017-04-22 5:40 PM (#7341359 - in reply to #7341091)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!




0
Herbie - 2017-04-21 8:57 AM

I have 3 pair of Ariat RIDE jeans that are in brand new condition that i'd make someone a deal on.  Size 29 XL (I think).  I can send pics over the weekend if anyone is interested.  

Herbie, I PM'd you.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
janjan1
Reg. Jul 2006
Posted 2017-04-23 6:24 AM (#7341394 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Military family

Extreme Veteran


Posts: 361
1001001002525
Location: Armuchee, GA, NW section of Ga
I use to feel your frustration, but I think it is because the way these new jeans are cut. They are made to ride on your lower hip bones...i suppose it looks sexy but at 63 I would rather have 100% cotton, heavy duty made with NO streach. I want to be held firm and not jiggle around walking or in the saddle. It took be awhile, and I found that Lee Wranglers, relaxed cut, 100% cotton can still be found. Lee company last year changed things around and added streach to their jeans, but if you look around they can still be found. When my jeans started looking frayed, i found my Lee wranglers ideal jean at Blains farm supply. 100% cotton is difficult. So I bought 6 pair, and intend on getting a few more.....just in case. Ahhhh they do fit so good. And I do not have to pull them out of my butt crack at any time.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
sport565
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2017-04-23 10:43 AM (#7341418 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Extreme Veteran


Posts: 552
5002525
I had a pair of cowgirl tuff way back that fit great, finally wore them out, bought more of the don't fence me in, never fit the same. Did they change that style or what? What is the name of the new mid rise?
Top of the page Bottom of the page
sport565
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2017-04-23 10:43 AM (#7341419 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Extreme Veteran


Posts: 552
5002525
I had a pair of cowgirl tuff way back that fit great, finally wore them out, bought more of the don't fence me in, never fit the same. Did they change that style or what? What is the name of the new mid rise?
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2017-04-23 10:58 AM (#7341420 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!



A Somebody to Everybody


Posts: 33344
5000500050005000500050002000100010010010025
Location: Under the big skys of TEXAS {Seguin}
I loved my women Levis from about 10 years ago, the new ones now a days suck.  

Edited by Southtxponygirl 2017-04-23 11:04 AM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
camocowgirl
Reg. Apr 2010
Posted 2017-04-23 11:26 AM (#7341422 - in reply to #7341419)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!


Unable to Live Without Chocolate or Coffee


Posts: 1482
1000100100100100252525
sport565 - 2017-04-22 8:43 PM I had a pair of cowgirl tuff way back that fit great, finally wore them out, bought more of the don't fence me in, never fit the same. Did they change that style or what? What is the name of the new mid rise?

 Yeah about 8 years ago or more i had my first pairs and they were good. Since then i  am sure they changed.  I tried to email and get an answer but they said that they never changed them. 

The the higher rise ones are called natural fit or just tuff. They are 1" higher rise. I like them. I bought a size smaller than regular CGT.  I got three pairs of them. Pm me if you want the store name that I got mine from. 
Top of the page Bottom of the page
BobbieL
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2017-04-23 8:44 PM (#7341477 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!




1000100100
Location: Texas
 I absolutely love my Kimes. I got rid of all my other brands. They fit me perfectly. I wore a 26 or 27 in Tuff Jeans and I wear a 2 in the Jolenes and 4 in Franseca. Get the Jolenes a little snug because they stretch out perfectly. If you message Kimes what sizes you wear they can tell you which sizes to buy. They were dead on with me. 

Edited by BobbieL 2017-04-23 8:45 PM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
brlracerchick
Reg. Jun 2010
Posted 2017-04-23 9:28 PM (#7341487 - in reply to #7341192)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!



Thick and Wavy


Posts: 5830
500050010010010025
Location: Nebraska
WrapN3MN - 2017-04-21 1:34 PM
Barnmom - 2017-04-21 12:56 PM
brlracerchick - 2017-04-20 10:07 PM the new cowgirl tuff are midrise and so much better!  
There are so many styles of CT jeans, are these a new version of the Don't Fence Me In or are they called something else? 
I believe they're called "Natural Fit" or something along those lines?

something like that. They're very plain.  
Top of the page Bottom of the page
KatieMac88
Reg. Apr 2012
Posted 2017-04-23 9:31 PM (#7341488 - in reply to #7341477)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!



Elite Veteran


Posts: 763
5001001002525
Location: TN
BobbieL - 2017-04-23 8:44 PM

 I absolutely love my Kimes. I got rid of all my other brands. They fit me perfectly. I wore a 26 or 27 in Tuff Jeans and I wear a 2 in the Jolenes and 4 in Franseca. Get the Jolenes a little snug because they stretch out perfectly. If you message Kimes what sizes you wear they can tell you which sizes to buy. They were dead on with me. 

I really want to try the Jolenes but based on their size chart when I measured my hips I was a 0-2 and my thighs were 4-6 so now I'm confused! lol I had a friend tell me I would probably be a 4 or maybe a 2 in Kimes. I typically wear a 27 in jeans.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Dinero10
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2017-04-24 12:01 PM (#7341588 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!



Go Your Own Way


Posts: 4846
2000200050010010010025
Location: SE KS
I hate buying jeans 
Top of the page Bottom of the page
~BINGO~
Reg. Jan 2012
Posted 2017-04-24 12:25 PM (#7341595 - in reply to #7341006)
Subject: RE: Jeans - oh the frustration lol!



Serious Snap Trapper


Posts: 3746
2000100050010010025
Location: In The Snow, AZ
This is why, when you find something that fits, buy 5 of them. I have 6 pairs of Ariat jeans. They all fit the same. I had two pairs or R&R cowgirl jeans that I loved how they fit and didn't stretch, but the zippers on both broke early on. I have a pair of CT jeans that I've tried to wear twice. They fit for about ten minutes and then get all saggy. So add that to the brand new jeans that I'll never wear again, sitting in the closet...
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Jump to page : 1 2
Now viewing page 2 [20 messages per page]
Jump to forum :
Search this forum
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
Message format
 

'
Registered to: Barrel Horse World
(Delete all cookies set by this site)
Running MegaBBS ASP Forum Software
© 2002-2017 PD9 Software