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Low-rise without the low blood pressure.

The big difference between skinny jeans and the Analog Eyhart Pant is that you won't lose circulation in your Jimmy or the John's. This casual jean has a 'slim fit,' not a 'I can't get my foot through the leg opening fit.' And if the legs are too baggy you end up snagging the board on the excess fabric with every misty flip. Get the Eyhart if you spend as much time supporting your buddy's band as you do on the streets and you'll see that going with a 'just right' fit will always grab the attention of style-conscious ladies.

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Denim- Think Again - They're Cords

I bought all three colors because tech specs say they're "denim" and the description makes repeated references to "jeans". They're not denim - they're cords. Fit is the same as the Eyhart jeans (the actual jeans that is), which is nice and slim without making you be unable to have children. The white is a decent color, but the "bleeding heart" reminds me (no joke) of the upholstery that adorned a chair in my mom's living room when I was a kid. It's almost a pink - maybe a coral, but nothing I'd wear. I am embarrassed to own it. The blue is somewhere between the other two colors, soft and kind of girly, but not as bad as the "bleeding heart" arm chair pants. The only one I'll ever get any use out of is the white. The others were a waste.