Blank Jeans

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Do not waste money on Blank Jeans
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- I purchased two pairs of Blank Jeans at the end of 2007, when the company was just getting their merchandise out. Immediately, I had to have the seam of one of the jeans repaired at my own cost. Then the second pair of jeans had the button closure come completely out and made the jeans unusable. I contacted Blank Jeans and they offered to fix the button closure citing that they had many problems with this button, so I sent my jeans off to their New York office. The jeans were returned and within two wearings, the button closure had actually torn the denim to the point that it couldn't be fixed. I attempted to contact Blank Jeans by email, by mail and by phone. Absolutely no response. I sent a complaint to the Better Business Bureau and no respone. I would much rather have spent the money I did on a pair of True Religion jeans or basically any other brand. I have never had two pairs of jeans that needed so much work to even be wearable. I got a total of 6 months, about 20 wearings out of these jeans and now have to trash them. Do not purchase Blank Jeans, instead use that money to purchase jeans from a quality company, in terms of its materials and its customer service.
     
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redmx3racer on 11/17/2009:
Guess that is the difference between guys and girls. I only have 2 "nice" (meaning-jeans I don't wear to work on stuff around the house) pairs of jeans-Lucky Brand and Levi's for those keeping track-and they both probably get worn 20 times every 2 months. Both are about a year old and holding up fine! I can't imagine having enough jeans to only wear them 20 times in 2 years. And especially having them not last past 20 uses.
PepperElf on 11/17/2009:
Not always.

I'm a girl and I have one pair of jeans right now. All of my other pants are either dockers or 511 pants

I especially like the 511 cos they hold up better than jeans do and they have 7 pockets.

2 back pockets, 2 front upper pockets, a cell phone pocket, 2 lower thigh pockets, all velcro closed.

when I wear my 511 button-down shirts I get 4 more pockets: 2 shirt pockets, & two side pockets under the shirt pockets. those side pockets are pretty big too. I'm not kidding when I say you can stuff a 9mm beretta into each them. not that I've done that but, that's what they were designed for.

ya I like tactical gear. ;-)
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
Buttons popping off? Seams ripping open? Never heard of these type of jeans but I know what can cause these things to happen besides poor design.
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
"not that I've done that but, that's what they were designed for."

Riiiight... you know you have. And posed in front of a mirror, too, with your bestest dirty Harry impression. :-)
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
Expensive jeans aren't necessarily better. Most I've ever paid is $20 bucks... and I've had that same pair for, going on, 5 years now.
Slimjim on 11/17/2009:
Sounds like these Blank jeans are a load of blank.
redmx3racer on 11/17/2009:
Very true ZZ haha.
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
I buy Levis. They hold up very well and they are always on sale at Kohls
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
Yaya, you don't have these problems do you?
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
No, my jeans don't come apart at the seams.
redmx3racer on 11/17/2009:
My jeans nearly came apart at the seams once. I was in Canada at a....urr..."gentlemens" club.
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
Yaya: I knew that. That usually happens when one tries to get into a pair of jeans that are THREE sizes too small, right?
PepperElf on 11/17/2009:
red - dang those must have been some really good ... er... "waitresses" if your jeans came apart.

;-)
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
ZZ, I don't wear jeans that are 3 sizes too small. That's what fat chicks who think that they are skinny do.
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
LOL! yaya....

totally true...they got the 'muffin top' all hanging out above their waists..*gagging*
Anonymous on 11/17/2009:
yeah I see that at Wal Mart all the time. Yuck!
MSCANTBEWRONG on 11/17/2009:
I usually buy Levis but have bought Lei, Tommy, and Guess jeans. They are all holding up just fine. I can't see paying more than 50.00 for a pair of jeans and I cringe at that.
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