Speed and Strength Run With The Bulls Jeans

  • 12 oz. pre-distressed denim
  • Premium Dupont® Kevlar® reinforced seat and knees
  • Boot cut, relaxed fit

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Sizing Information

We used a size 38×30 and 34×33 for our photography session. We put the 34 waist jeans on Huey which is what he normally wears in Levis and they fit fine. We also checked the jeans with a tape and found the waist sizes and inseams to be just a tad over the stated size. This will work out well when the jeans are washed and shrink just a bit, so we advise you to buy the size you normally wear in ordinary jeans.

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Our Two Cents

The Run With the Bulls jeans are a very nice baggy sort of cargo style jean (as far as fit goes; there aren’t any cargo type pockets on the leg). There is plenty of room in the seat and legs. The material is sturdy, and has a “wash” that is sharp. The fabric ranges from a darker denim to a light denim which makes them look like your favorite pair of jeans right out of the package. We turned the jeans inside-out to show you the location of the Kevlar reinforcements in the seat and knees. And we included a few shots of the test jeans on a live subject… me in fact. Overall I like the look and comfort of these jeans and these are one of the few with the loose fit I personally like. :: Paul, 07-29-12

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

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From: Michael K.
Location: West Virginia

Hello, Unfortunately, these jeans did not work that great for me; but am hoping the company will replace. I wore these pants two times skateboarding. I was lucky to be wearing pads. Mike

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From: Leslie C.
Location: South Korea

The features on this Speed and Strength gear are okay, and they look good, but the stiching appears to be low quality. There are lots of loose threads and the jackets have some seams coming apart after light use (in the mesh lining). I sewed them up myself for a quick repair. (Read more...)

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