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Men's jeans: Which cut and fit suit me?

Jeans, the fashionable all-rounder for every day and for almost every occasion. A pair of jeans can be great for work, college or leisure. You should not compromise on the fit. You better off having just a few pair of jeans that fit you, than to have a dozen of them that don't suit you.

Whether you are a jeans enthusiast who wears jeans almost every day or not, jeans will remain fashionable in this or the next season!

So take some time to find the perfect jeans with the ideal fit and the best cut.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FIT AND THE CUT OF JEANS: THE FIT IS DETERMINED AS HOW THE JEANS FIT THE SEAT AREA, THE CUT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOWER AREA OF THE JEANS (FROM THE KNEE TO THE CUFF).

Jeans Fit: Slim fit, regular fit, loose fit
Jeans Cut: Straight cut, bootcut, skinny jeans, tapered jeans, baggy jeans, carrot jeans, tube jeans, hip jeans, flared jeans
In addition to the best possible fit, the right choice of cut and the matching denim color also play a role as to whether the jeans suit you, respectively whether the jeans fit you.
 

Men with normal body heighte

Normal size and slim
Normal-size men do not have to worry about the jeans cut, because you have every jeans cut out for your figure. You can choose your jeans according to taste and trend. If you want to underline your crisp figure, then go with a slim fit jeans. If you prefer comfortable jeans, then choose a regular or loose fit jeans.

Normal size and corpulent
For men with a normal body size, which are somewhat more corpulent built, a loosely cut bootcut or a regular fit men jeans are suitable. Also baggy jeans can make a big butt and/or a beer belly disappear. The super-wide cut baggy jeans (Loose Fit + Baggy Cut) envelop you with so much denim that it is not clear whether you are thin or slightly chubby. However, the jeans are only suitable for leisure. For men over 30, it's more appropriate to wear a moderate cut (loose fit + relaxed cut). Also then, the wider-cut jeans are not bulky and still hide their extra pounds in a clever way.


Smaller men

Small and slim
Smaller and slender men would fit well in slim fit jeans. The slim fit jeans, with skinny or straight cut are the most suitable. Also regular-fit jeans with a straight-cut fit well You can wear both light and dark colors . You should not wear a loose fit, or even worse, a baggy jeans because these jeans shapes make you look even smaller.

Small and corpulent
Small and corpulent men should not wear too tight jeans; The best choice for you are regular fit, bootcut jeans, which are slightly exposed at the bottom of the jeans legs. This will make your legs look slightly longer and you will appear larger overall. The regular fit with straight legs is also suitable for your figure.

Small, with round bottom
Small men with round buttocks do everything right when they put on carrot jeans, which have conical cut and long rise. The narrow waistband emphasizes the narrow waist. At the hip (loose fit) it is cut large and wide. Downwards, the jeans legs become smaller (skinny cut). At the ankle it is body fit. You can wear an elegant pair of carrot jeans even with a jacket.

Small and sporty
Small, athletic men can either flirt with their body figure and choose a tight men's jeans (slim fit, straight cut or skinny cut) or, if you love to have a bit more comfort then choose a regular fit jeans (straight cut), a tapered jeans (loose fit + skinny cut) that fit loosely on the waist and tight down to your ankle.


Big men

Tall and skinny
Tall and slim men do not have to worry about the jeans cut, because you have every jeans cut out for your figure. You can choose your jeans according to taste and trend. If you want to underline your crisp figure, then go with a slim fit jeans. If you prefer comfortable jeans, then choose a regular or loose fit jeans. If you want to make your very long legs appear slightly shorter, then choose a low rise.

Tall men, with small belly
WIf you are tall, you can make your legs appear slightly shorter with a low rise. You can define the desired rise-length in our measurement table as desired. The waistband sits then loosely on the hip and the belly can be hidden with a casual overhanging T-shirt or with a shirt, which is loose over the jeans.

Large and corpulent
For big men with a belly and broad thighs, a loosely-cut bootcut or a regular-fit men's jeans are suitable. Even a baggy jeans can make a big butt and/or a beer belly disappear well.


Special body figures

Jeans for big buttocks
If you are in possession of a slightly larger butt and want to leave this slightly smaller show, then choose the back pockets without embroidery. Jeans without back pockets are not recommended, because the simple cut would make your butt still wider. As small as possible, the back pockets can be very helpful. The closer they are to the center seam, the smaller your buttocks look. Be careful with pockets that are deeply attached, which make the buttocks appear flat. If you would like to make your custom-made jeans with suitable back pockets, please choose this in the Configurator, with the option "Special wishes".

Jeans for small or flat buttocks
If you have a small or flat bottom, then go for a loose fit, boot cut or a comfortable straight cut jeans. You should consider going for regular-fit rather than loose-fit, since loose-fit Jeans can be counter-productive and make your butt look even smaller. High rise jeans are also very good with large back pockets, as the buttocks look fuller and rounder. Furthermore, the farther the back pockets stand apart, the more full-bodied your butt appears. Also with ornamental seams on the back pockets can put the flat bottom well into the right scene and make it appear bigger. The pockets may also be fitted with flaps and positioned slightly higher. If your butt still looks too small/flat, then let back pockets be inclined at an angle. We can cut and position the pockets as you desire. For your MarkFits custom-made jeans you can select this in our Configurator, with the option "Special wishes".

Chubby and with narrow waist
If you are chubby and have a narrow waist, give carrot jeans a try. The narrow waistband skilfully emphasizes the narrow waist. At the hip (loose fit), it is cut large and wide. Downwards, the jeans legs become closer to your body (skinny cut). At the ankle it is finally attached to the skin. You can wear an elegant pair of carrot jeans even with a jacket.

Jeans for knock-knees
You have knock-knees and want to cover them as best as possible? It is best to choose jeans that are slightly wider. Such as a pair of regular fit or loose fit jeans, but it does not have to be baggy jeans at the same time. Jeans with flared legs (bootcut), are also ideal for hiding unwanted body figures.
Avoid jeans with the carrot cut. These will emphasize the legs and thus the X-shape appear clearly.
Even with tight-fitting jeans (slim fit), the focus is too much on the emphasis of the legs, so you should not choose this cut neither.

Jeans for bowleg
Do you have bowleg and want to hide them? Wear jeans with straight legs (straight cut) or bootcut that are slightly wider from the knee, so you can cover up the O-legs.
Also pay attention to the correct length of the jeans. They should fall down a little below the shoes ankles.
Avoid slim fit jeans, these will emphasize the legs contour.