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    Jeremy needs jeans to fit a 34 inch leg. He is 5'11 and weighs 130 lbs. Where can I get such long but skinny jeans. The 20s from lands end are too short.
    Rachel Jane, wife of beloved, David, mother of darling and daring boys!

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    http://www.aeropostale.com/product/i...351587.4401799

    I have a tall, thin nephew. My mom bought him these. HTH
    Mom to DS (13), DD (11), DS (9) and DD (5)

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    Can he wear a mans 30 waist? Old navy makes 30/34 you have to order them online.

    B wears 32/34 They are a bit too big in the waist and a bit too long. He is about 5'-10 and 155 lbs.

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    I've had to special order my son's from JCPenney. I also ordered some from Amazon.
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    I guess I will have to go into a store like old navy and see what waist size will stay on him. Even if the pants are too short, we'll be able to know the size of his waist. If he can keep a 30 inch waist up, 30 x 34 aren't all that difficult to find.
    Rachel Jane, wife of beloved, David, mother of darling and daring boys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel Jane View Post
    I guess I will have to go into a store like old navy and see what waist size will stay on him. Even if the pants are too short, we'll be able to know the size of his waist. If he can keep a 30 inch waist up, 30 x 34 aren't all that difficult to find.
    and that, my friend, is what belts are for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitel in nj View Post
    and that, my friend, is what belts are for
    Yet, even with a belt, the pants just slide off his hips.
    Rachel Jane, wife of beloved, David, mother of darling and daring boys!

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    My Logan wears a 29W X 32L. We've been buying him Wrangler jeans because they seem to be the easiest for us to find in those skinny dimensions.

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    My 6'4 150lb son has had good luck with American Eagle jeans. We order online.
    Mom to 6, homeschooling last 2. Girls 4/2000, 12/2001

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel Jane View Post
    I guess I will have to go into a store like old navy and see what waist size will stay on him. Even if the pants are too short, we'll be able to know the size of his waist. If he can keep a 30 inch waist up, 30 x 34 aren't all that difficult to find.
    I was so happy when Levi finally went up to a 32 x 34, I thought 30 x 34 were very hard to find. Your boy must have very long legs, because Levi is 6'4" and wearing a 34 length.
    Marcia
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    Levi 22, Lydia 21 (married to Josiah), Abigail 19,Anna 17, Julian~ miracle adoption.

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