If you're curious how do True Religion jeans fit your body, you need to ask yourself what style jeans you like to wear. Your choices of style when it comes to jeans are: ultra skinny, skinny, straight leg, relaxed leg, bootcut or flare. Depending on your style, True Religion Jeans has a jean that fits you.
True Religion Zach is the ultra skinny jean for the guy that is looking for the fourteen and a half inch leg opening with some back pocket flaps. Of course, the font rise is nine and a half inches and the back rise is fifteen inches with a 34 inch inseam, making it a nice fit to show off your great legs.
True Religion Jack is the skinny jean with a fifteen and a half inch leg opening, a nine and a half inch front rise, a fifteen and a half inch back rise and a 34 inch inseam with back pocket flaps. This is for the guy who looking for the skinny with some room.
Guys looking for the True Religion straight leg option, you got Ricky and Bobby both with nine and a half inch front rise, fifteen and a half inch back rise, 34 inch inseam and seventeen and a half inch leg opening. These jeans give you a choice in the accessory detail in choosing jeans with or without pocket flaps. Bobby has back pockets, no flaps. Ricky has back pockets flaps. This is the time to focus on your butt and decide which style detail looks best on you.
If looking for the relaxed leg, True Religion Luke is for you. Luke has back pockets (no flaps), ten inch front rise, fifteen and a half inch back rise, 34 inch inseam and nineteen inch leg opening, which means relaxation.
True Religion Billy is the bootcut style jean with back pockets flaps, nine and a half inch front rise, fifteen and a half inch back rise, 34 inch inseam and twenty inch leg opening. The twenty inch leg opening is perfect to wear over boots. Women love men in boots.
True Religion flare jeans options include Vinny and Joey. Both jeans contain back pockets flaps, nine and a half inches front rise, fifteen and a half inch back rise, 34 inch inseam and 21 inch leg opening. The difference comes down to the accessory detailing again. If you are looking for the regular flare style, Vinny is for you. If you want some fun flare style with a twisted seam, try the Joey.
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