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Old November 4th, 2018, 12:54 PM #21
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They seems to be offline, will try tomorrow.
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Old November 4th, 2018, 01:10 PM #22
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Avoid them at all costs, as they have gone completely leftard.....
http://www.texasjeans.com/
Made in America, by Americans.... AND actually support the 2A.
These guys did not come up the last time we had a thread about American-made jeans. I'll have to give them a try. Thank you.

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Diamond Gusset have been my go to for years, can get them in odd sizes also which is nice and they wear a long time, plus, made in America!
https://www.gusset.com/
These did come up in that last thread. I did try them, even though they are $70/pair. They didn't fit me right at all. I'm tall and skinny. I got a couple sizes to try and they both just fit weird. Your mileage may may vary.

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For jeans I go with wranglers though. Better quality and half the price.
Levi's is definitely anti-American now, heading that way for years. Quality has slipped badly in the last ten years. And they charge three times what a pair of Wranglers cost.

I decided to try Wranglers after the last made-in-America jeans thread here and the Diamond Gussets didn't pan-out. Wranglers aren't US-made either (Mexico mostly), but they are dirt-cheap, better-made, better-looking, sturdier, and fit me great. Hard to beat at $17 a pop. Levi's can pound sand.
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Old November 4th, 2018, 01:18 PM #23
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"The Texas Jeans factory is located in Asheboro, North Carolina." LOL. Doesn't hurt my feelings, just funny.

This I like, for a $30 pair of jeans. I'll definitely be trying them:
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Are Texas Jeans really 100% American Made?
Yes. All components on our jeans from the fabric, thread, buttons, zippers, etc. are made from vendors in the U.S.A.
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These are what I usually get because I can get a 37 waist. Good quality. On Amazon. Thatís when I donít shop Walmart.
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All of my Levis have been retired as shop rags. At least cut off the tags. Unless you like wearing around matching Bloomberg and Gifford tshirts and a pink bandana
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Carhartt and Wrangler both make decent jeans.

Levi's were good a long but are now paper-thin and anti-2A, so screw'em.
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Carhartt and Wrangler both make decent jeans.

Levi's were good a long but are now paper-thin and anti-2A, so screw'em.
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Another vote for Wrangler.
I stopped buying Levi’s years ago when they closed up their last US factory and started giving money to anti 2A organizations.
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Another vote for Wrangler.
I stopped buying Leviís years ago when they closed up their last US factory and started giving money to anti 2A organizations.
Thanks for the info. Didn't know they weren't made in the USA anymore.
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Carhartt, Wrangler, Diamond Gusset, Duluth Trading. Carhartt and Wrangler can be had cheap. Never had a pair of Lees that didn't lose belt loops within a month.
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