Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by DDragon, Oct 9, 2016.
Im a Lee guy myself. Cheaper than Levis and just as good.
Wrangler Comfort Fit cut. I can grab my size and know it will fit without wasting time trying them on in the store.
Wrangler really is the best brand...
i used to pay $60+ for a pair of stupid levis
Wrangler Originals are just perfect jeans... in terms of feel... cost and look.
Levi's are piss poor quality now. It's all made in Bangladesh or Cambodia.
Not that Lee or Wrangler are much better, but they are less overpriced than Levi's
levis > the others listed but my denim choices are
apc, samurai or flathead
lvc 46' saddlemans are my favorite pair of jeans ever made by far.
60 bucks is still the standard levis price but a lot of stores sell them for 35 bucks.
Levi's 501. They are usually on sale for $42 around here. Also Carhartt and Dickies.
Lucky Brand, stylish and super comfortable
cant do it. i can only wear designer. not for snobby reasons, its just they are more comfortable. i prefer Lucky Brand
Gotta say, every pair of Lee Jeans I've ever owned held up better than the other national brands.
Urban star at Costco. Cheap but more importantly they have some stretch in them so I can use the same pair when 225 or 240lbs
Won't make this political.
Levi's Jeans are available MADE IN USA.
There is a Price Difference
Levi's for the win!
Used to buy Levis until I found Mountain Khakis (they come in a blue jeans variety):
They come with a gusseted crotch, can be worn daily without washing if needed, and last for years.
Best pair o' jeans I ever owned were Lee brand.
These days, I just wear a potato sack with a rope for a belt, but I still remember the class and comfort provided by Buddy Lee and his magical denim..
This guy would not be impressed with these brands.
I mean, they're all low rent af. I've seen pics of my Mom wearing Lee jeans in the early '80s. I'm amazed they're still a thing. Wranglers are for fake gay for pay cowboys. Gun to my head, Levi's have some classic cache with the oldsters, so again, gun to my head, that's my choice.