10 Ultimate Super Extreme Skinny Jeans For Men

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10 Ultimate Extreme Super Skinny Jeans For Men

Skinny jeans for men have been popular for years now, ever since the 90’s and mid 2000’s faded out and our clothes started getting slimmer (thank goodness!), but what fashionable men all around seem to be favouring right now is the super skinny jean. Made popular by the likes of Russell Brand and Harry Styles, the extreme skinny jean has been gaining in popularity as the months go on and now it’s at its peak! How do I know this? Because the high street brands and lower end stores are stocking them in the masses and from a fashion perspective, they are always the last to catch on.

I personally think that skinny jeans look the best on men, I can’t stand jeans that are so baggy and sloppy that they look ill fitted and unflattering, so for me, skinny jeans are definitely the way forward when it comes to a tailored and polished look on a guy. Not only are they easier to wear as you don’t have to worry about hemming them so much, but the fit of them means you can easily wear them with boots and a smart blazer for the evening as much as you can with a t-shirt and sneakers for the day. Skinny jeans are versatile, comfortable and hot.

I know a lot of guys tend to choose women’s skinny jeans instead of men’s because they have extremely slim legs and can never find anything tight enough when it comes to denim, but with some of the extreme skinny options here, you might not have to do that. For those men out there that are slim, why not give these a go? They might just be the skinny jean you are looking for that doesn’t overwhelm your frame.

As the fits and cuts get slimmer each season though, for those of you wanting a legging fit and daring enough to want to try the super, extreme skinny jeans that are popping up everywhere, I’ve rounded up 10 of the best fits around (don’t worry, they come in numerous washes, not just the ones I shared) so you can try it out for yourself. They are in order from the skinniest to the least skinniest out of the 10 and they all vary in price as well. ASOS have a great selection of super skinny jeans for men from their own range, but I’m not sure on their quality so I haven’t included them in this list, but definitely check them out if you don’t want to spent to much. Otherwise, happy shopping guys!

UPDATE: Check out part 2 for 15 new spray on ultra skinny jeans

Dr. Denim Dixy Super Skinny Jeans

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Topman Spray On Skinny Jeans

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Diesel Stickker Super Skinny Jeans

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Rag & Bone Fit 0 Super Skinny Jeans

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Diesel Sleenker Super Skinny Jeans

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Nudie Tight Long John Skinny Jeans

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Lee Jeans Malone Super Skinny

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G-Star Defend Super Skinny Jeans

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Diesel Spender Skinny Jeans

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Nudie Skinny Lin Jeans

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Image sources: Cultizm, ASOS, Topman, Rag & Bone, Pinterest & Diesel.

72 Comments

  1. anonimatovato
    January 4, 2016 / 8:38 am

    I do buy girl jeans at shops like tj max, some of indigo rein jeans have a nice distressed look to them and yes, because of their back pockets, one can tell it could be women’s jeans, but they don’t look too over board compared to ‘bling’ jeans. They fit me so well and offer stretch. stores like top man, asos, h&m and hot topic sells super skinny jeans for men with the same fit in mind. i ordered a pair of meggings jeans from asos online, they look stretchy and more denim and semi masculine type compared to women’s edition of those jeans. still waiting for my order to arrive. i hope they will fit just as well as women’s jeggings.

    • January 4, 2016 / 4:57 pm

      Sounds good! I hope they work out for you! Current/Elliott women’s jeans also carry bigger back pockets if you want to look into them!

      • anonimatovato
        March 10, 2016 / 7:37 pm

        i currently have 2 pairs of vip skinny destructed jeans, they were originally rolled up, but i’m 5’08 so i unroll them and they fit like a charm and they look like guys’ skinny jeans. they do have smaller back pockets but because of that, i think they give out a little ‘booty’, which if fine, because i can’t stand men’s jeans that give that ‘flat’ look anyways. i don’t carry much stuff in my pockets so it’s not a problem, i carry a small metal;ic wallet, they fit most pants. the material is not jegging, it feels like a good pair of denim but still offers stretch. i can picture a harry styles wearing those jeans tbh.

  2. anonimatovato
    January 4, 2016 / 8:43 am

    This is also great news because even though skinny jeans, they still carry bigger pockets than women’s jeans.

    • anonimatovato
      January 6, 2016 / 5:36 am

      Ok so my order of the meggings jeans arrived. Fits true to size and basically the men’s edition of pull on jeans women wear. The jeans holds my tiny waist well and stays with you. Only drawback are the small back pockets. Most men’s skinny jeans have functional pockets and these are a tad too small in my opinion, although i do have those sweaters with front pockets to store things.

      • January 6, 2016 / 12:35 pm

        I think that’s because the jeans are so tight the pockets loser some of their functionality, so it becomes a lot harder to put things in them. I’m glad they worked out for you though!!

  3. April 29, 2016 / 2:23 pm

    Hi, do you have any idea about my size if I order ASOS ultimate skinny jeans? IΒ΄m 179 cm 80 kg no fat but slim fit guy. My other jeans are 28-31″ but it depens about the style and material.

  4. Terry
    May 19, 2016 / 9:23 pm

    Nice to read about what I like best!

    I own loads of extreme super skinny jeans. My favourites are the Dr. Denim Kissy jeans. Asos offers them for both men and women, but others only target women. They have a great fit, with fake front front pockets for a nice and sleek look.

    They have a low rise and they work well with my build. And they are long enough for a tall guy, too. Size L works great if you’re a 30 in Topman jeans or 32 in Asos jeans.

    I ordered mine directly from Dr. Denim and Asos. Free returns!

    I do wear meggings, too, but the jeans meggings miss belt loops in my opinion. Otherwise I can’t sit down. πŸ˜‰

    • May 20, 2016 / 12:33 am

      Thanks for sharing your favourites with us too πŸ˜€ I can imagine sitting would be awkward, ha ha!

  5. anonimatovato
    May 20, 2016 / 5:40 am

    asos meggings were great but i donated them since i’ve worn them. but i do purchase women’s skinny jeggings with fake front pockets and fits like a charm. a very basic brand ymi offers those type of jeans, and the material is very soft and easy to put on and off. very stretchy.

  6. Erin
    June 13, 2016 / 3:55 pm

    Topman do a super spray on skinny fit now. Very similar to topshop leigh that I wear. I find mens jeans just don’t cling enough at the ankle. I’ll be staying in the women’s department until I find a pair that do!

    • June 14, 2016 / 1:40 am

      Yeah, I’ve seen the Spray On jeans, they fit super tight on the mannequin, but if you have very slim legs, they aren’t slim enough so women’s are always a good choice. We have posts on women’s denim for men too!

      • Erin
        June 14, 2016 / 8:00 am

        Hi Lorna,that’s great. Will Deffo give that a look

  7. Henry Coppens
    July 29, 2016 / 7:12 pm

    Like Terry I have loads of extreme skinny jeans. A few years back the only really tight jeans were woman’s jeans. Now there are a number of sources of skin tight or spray-on jeans. However none of these jeans are ideal. This is because they do not fit the contour of the leg properly. They usually have a straight taper along the leg length. So they tend to be a bit loose around the knee where leg is narrowest. So what I do is take the jeans in from about 5 cm below the knee to the same above the knee. I do this by putting on the jeans inside out and pinning the loose material around the knee. With a pen I mark the contour that I want round the knee. I then get my wife to sow these sections along the line I have drawn. The jeans then look properly skin tight.

    Henry

  8. mikey cyrus
    July 31, 2016 / 12:53 pm

    THANK YOU!!!!!Great info!

  9. Magic Mike
    October 15, 2016 / 12:11 am

    Couple of questions, I visited the ASOS website…

    (1) On the Dr. Denim, the Dixy fit was the one mentioned above, but that one is a low rise fit. Is that good for men? Or is it better to have a mid rise fit for men? I understand Dr. Denim has the Lexy fit which is a mid rise.

    (2) I normally wear a size 32 or 33 in Nudie Jeans, which size should I get for Dr. Denim? Would that be a Medium or a Large?

    Thanks!

    • Terry
      October 15, 2016 / 12:05 pm

      I would try a Large. But with free returns, with not order a few sizes and compare? πŸ˜€

      • October 15, 2016 / 1:34 pm

        Good idea Terry, I’d order both sizes and return the one that doesn’t work as you get free delivery and free returns πŸ™‚ Rises depend purely on what you’re comfortable with. Low rises work quite well for certain looks, if you like the top of your underwear to show a bit etc. Can be quite sexy!

        • Terry
          October 15, 2016 / 2:32 pm

          Jeans with a higher rise tend to fall down to where they want to sit, so a low rise like on the Dixy and Kissy are my favourites. The quality of the fabric isn’t all that, but they are reasonably priced, thank goodness. Sometimes I buy them on offer for about €22.

          • Magic Mike
            October 15, 2016 / 3:26 pm

            Thank you Terry and Lorna!

            So, the Kissy does not have front pockets, but the Dixy does. Are the Dixy pockets big? (I would love to be able to put my wallet in my front pocket.)

            I own 4 pairs of Nudie Jeans (Skinny Lin, Long John, Tape Ted, Thin Finn.)

            I also have various pairs of AG Matchbox, 7 Slimmy, and Joe’s Slim.

            So, I am looking to get something different that I don’t already have, and the Dr. Denim seemed interesting to me.

            • Terry
              October 15, 2016 / 3:51 pm

              I have just checked that for you on my pairs. I personally haven’t carried wallets for years because of the bulk, which destroys the look of this kind of jeans. A wallet would most probably not fit, because of the lack of depth. But bankcards fit both vertically and horizontally in the deepest part and then have about 1 cm left. So if you do want deeper pockets, this may not be the style for you.

  10. Magic Mike
    October 15, 2016 / 4:45 pm

    Thanks Terry! Do you think a wallet would fit in the back pocket? I also looked at the Asos brand, and the Dr. Denim back pockets look like they are bigger than the Asos brand back pockets.

    My girlfriend loves Rag & Bone, but their men’s jeans all seem to be button fly, and I definitely prefer zip fly.

    • Terry
      October 15, 2016 / 4:52 pm

      Yes! A wallet will definitely fit in the back pocket of Dr. Denim.

      The Asos brand doesn’t fit properly on my body. The fabric isn’t very stretchy and the waistband is too high for me. I have bought the coated jeans, but the coating comes off or the fabric gets too loose at the bottom. And that I don’t like. Gosh, I’m picky with jeans… πŸ˜‰

      • October 15, 2016 / 7:19 pm

        It’s really nice of you to help out, Terry πŸ™‚ I did make a new post about the forum coming to the website as well, if you want to take a look at that in case you want any role in it!

  11. October 21, 2016 / 6:28 pm

    I love super/skintight jeans…mostly women’s brands because they are cut much slimmer than guy’s styles. Have so many I don’t know which to wear some day; a lot depends on the mood I’m in. They go great with boots; I prefer ankle boots with the cuff rolled up as they then provide a longer silhouette, much like you see on most women…I do that purposely because guys can look just as sexy. In fact, I do have some women’s boots that look awesome with supertight jeans. Some of the better-fitting brands are Mudd, Levi 535 leggings, American Eagle, even some of the Hot Topic skinnies for guys have a tighter look than other men’s brands. Don’t care for ASOS. Have bought some and returned because they’re not tight enough. I generally wear a 0 in women’s, with a few pairs that are 00, depends on how they are cut. Anyway…bottom line is the tighter the better…IF you have a nice slim body, which I do.

    • October 25, 2016 / 2:06 am

      Glad you like tight jeans, Wally!

      • Wally
        October 25, 2016 / 3:15 pm

        Thanks for your approval, Lorna. What do you think of guys who wear tight jeans? Would like a female’s perspective!

      • October 25, 2016 / 3:21 pm

        Lorna…thanks for your support. I would like a female’s perspective on what you think about guys who wear tight jeans! (If this happens to be a duplicate comment, sorry. Not sure first one went through.)

        • October 25, 2016 / 11:53 pm

          They both came through, no worries! All I see is guys in tight skinny jeans, as tight as almost spray on sometimes, I think it looks really fashionable when worn right. My fiance wears women’s skinny jeans and he wears them really tight, very similar to a legging fit, I think it’s good!

          • Zara
            October 26, 2016 / 8:52 am

            Hi Lorna, I found your article very informative. I am really desperate to get my boyfriend into skinny jeans as he only wears baggy horrible things at the moment that take about three days to dry when washed! I’ve bought him super skinnys from river Island for Xmas and they just sit in his wardrobe with tags still on. I have made him try on the topman spray ones and he looked amazing and admitted they were really comfortable. With a nice asymmetric oversized tee and a bomber jacket over the top and maybe some nice Adidas superstar trainers I think skinny jeans are lovely! Wish me luck convincing him!

            • October 26, 2016 / 11:56 am

              Good luck, Zara! Sometimes it can take a while to convince guys to try something new, I’ve been there numerous times with my fiance, ha ha. He now wears super skinny jeans! Baggy jeans are no good though, they are very unflattering. Skinny jeans look great if the guy has the body for them, so hopefully it works! Have you tried getting him to try a slimmer cut which is in the middle of baggy and skinny, perhaps a straight? Maybe easing him into it that way might work so it’s not such a dramatic change?

          • Wally
            October 26, 2016 / 3:16 pm

            Lorna…apparently you live in a European country perhaps? Or, maybe a larger metropolitan area…I seldom see guys in supertight jeans around here; the trend is very popular in the UK, Germany, etc.

            • October 26, 2016 / 3:18 pm

              I live in the UK πŸ™‚ It’s a very common trend over here. I can’t go out to town without seeing multiple guys in skinny jeans πŸ™‚

  12. Samuel
    October 29, 2016 / 4:38 pm

    I am a guy and I only wear super skinny jeans. I only buy mine from the Men section though because many (but not all) jeans designed for women usually gives very little room for the crotch. Jeans are designed for men provides more space, especially if they are low-waist jeans.

    I think women look very hot in skinny jeans and women I have talked to think men look hot in skinny jeans. Super-skinny that are black, worn-out and ripped looks amazing on women. It looks raw! What types of skinnies do you think looks best on men?

    Problem with many skinny jeans today, though, is that there is sometimes too much stretch. I think you should FEEL that you’re wearing pants made out of cotton; otherwise I might as well just wear trackpant Lol.

    • November 1, 2016 / 6:05 pm

      There’s a lot of skinny jeans that look good on men, especially black, grey, and mid blues with detailing. It’s down to the outfit and the wearers personal style. I think if you go with high rise women’s jeans with a 9 inch or above, there’s lots of room. That’s what the guys here do! Hope that helps!

  13. Mikey Boy
    October 31, 2016 / 3:23 pm

    Lorna
    Really enjoyed the article (although a little late to the party!)
    Personally, I’ve only really started wearing skinny jeans in the last 9-12 months but love them. Still a bit conscience at times.
    I’m slim build, 6ft 1in and wear a 32in waist.
    When I first started wearing them, the missus was a bit unsure due to the tightness, but now doesn’t blink an eye.
    I’ve just recently bought a pair of men’s jeggings from Asos, which I really like but a bit worried about them being a bit revealing and showing a bit too much!
    You mentioned in some of your comments to other replies that your OH sometimes wears women’s skinny jeans and you have done an article on that, due to the fit being better. Is there any chance you could post a link to it as I would be interested to read it. Never realised women’s jeans was an option and men did that.
    Regards

    • November 1, 2016 / 6:12 pm

      Hi Mikey,
      I’m glad you love skinny jeans now, they are great aren’t they? My fiance wears my jeans actually sometimes, as well as his own, so you can see some of his outfits on his own blog here http://youraverageguystyle.com and you can also see the post written by our other male writer here, Tim. He’s outlined the top 8 women’s skinny jeans for men and that’s here http://thejeansblog.com/jeans-advice/the-best-womens-skinny-jeans-for-men/
      Thanks!

      • Mikey Boy
        November 17, 2016 / 4:32 pm

        Hi Lorna
        Thanks for the reply!
        I’ve read both articles and was really surprised to see that your OH jeans fit so well and would never tell they were females! I might have to give this a try!
        The article that is also in this blog is also a very good one. Found it quite helpful. I’m probably a bit more of a ‘budget jean’ kind of guy, so will probably have a look around and see what there is.
        But thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
        Mike

        • November 17, 2016 / 8:11 pm

          You’re welcome, Mike! Glad it’s helped you out! Yep, you wouldn’t be able to tell he’s in women’s jeans at all, just depends what size, cut you buy and how you style them! Good luck! Topshop might be a good option for you if you want budget, I know everyone raves about their jeans for the high street prices http://www.topshop.com/en/tsuk/category/clothing-427/jeans-446

          • Mikey Boy
            November 18, 2016 / 3:13 pm

            Thanks Lorna.
            Really appreciate the help and you taking the time to reply back.
            Just have one quick question (promise it’s the last!)
            Men’s jeggings…..yes or no?
            I bought a brown pair thinking they were skinny jeans and they weren’t! Tight fitting and look good with a white t-shirt/hoodie. But the OH thinks they might be a bit too tight.
            Just curious from another females point of view.
            Mike

            • November 18, 2016 / 7:45 pm

              Hi Mikey,

              Jeggings on men for me are hit or miss, it truly depends what they look like and how they’re worn. Do you want to send a photo (you can find the email in the contact area in the menu or click the email button top right of the menu) and I can give my opinion?

        • November 17, 2016 / 8:11 pm

          You’re welcome, Mike! Glad it’s helped you out! Yep, you wouldn’t be able to tell he’s in women’s jeans at all, just depends what size, cut you buy and how you style them! Good luck! Topshop might be a good option for you if you want budget, I know everyone raves about their jeans for the high street prices http://www.topshop.com/en/tsuk/category/clothing-427/jeans-446

  14. Matt
    November 18, 2016 / 4:52 pm

    Don’t think you can get a better fit than Hera London or Nimes, Waven also do a good pair with their Royd line.

  15. Jason
    November 18, 2016 / 4:56 pm

    Hi Lorna

    I was wondering if you could advise. Following the sad departure of my beloved Levi’s 511 I’ve been trying to find a suitable replacement. I’m a big fan of super skinny jeans but hate the stretchy denim that all the brands seem to make now. On the advice of the sales girl I sized down on my Levi’s and whilst they were bordering on unbearable to begin with, they gradually kind of moulded to me and whilst still really tight, they were ok. I’ve tried all the main stores in the uk to find a new dark/black pair and can’t find anything that’s super tight but not stretchy in either men’s or girls. Nearest I came was a pair of discontinued Wrangler in believe it or not TK Maxx – the 30″ was not really slim enough around the bum so I persevered with the 28″ and whilst they’ve moulded to me a bit, they are still kind of sprayed on and kind of uncomfy to sit in. Any ideas where to look?

    • November 18, 2016 / 7:49 pm

      Hi Jason!

      Did your original 511 break? Could you have gotten them repaired?

      What type of fit are you looking for exactly, what type of leg opening size? Have you looked into Diesel, they do some really good fits which are skinny and of a nice denim quality. Perhaps you could check them out? If you let me know what sort of leg opening and tightness on the legs you’re after, I can pick out a fit for you maybe?

      • Jason
        November 19, 2016 / 8:32 am

        Thank you Lorna. Unfortunately my dearly departed 511’s succumbed to the carelessness of airport baggage handlers and are now probably somewhere between Bristol and Marrakech, along with my expensive diving mask and 200 Marlborough Lights πŸ™

        I haven’t looked at Diesel, I missed those and will investigate – thanks – but have looked at Lee, Levi’s, Hollister, Pull & Bear and every shop I could find in Bristol and Bath…Nowt! Plenty of skinny fit but all in that stretchy denim πŸ™

        I’m not sure the leg opening size I would need but I’m guessing something similar to the 511’s or very slightly smaller. I’m looking for a super skinny fit all the way down in a low rise that sits below the waist. I know they will be super tight to start with but every jean ive had in the past has given/moulded a little (apart from these darn wranglers!) to allow some degree of movement. Preferably zip fly as it’s easier to battle with than buttons but at this stage I’m can’t dictate, I just need jeans! Over to you…! Thanks

        • November 19, 2016 / 12:40 pm

          That’s so sad! I would be heart broken if that happened to me, I feel for you πŸ™ I also know how bad shopping for jeans is in Bristol and Bath since I live in that region lol. It’s useless. Did you try Harvey Nichols in Cabot Circus? That’s the only place I know that stocks a decent range of denim.

          Depending on what you like the look of, Diesel Sleenker and Diesel Stickker are both skinny fits, come with different inseams, different washes, and different fabrics. I think most of them are 98/2 blend of cotton/elastane, but are you looking for something entirely rigid like 100% cotton? Also, have you tried wearing your Wrangler’s wet? Not soaking wet, but damp? Wet denim stretches and moulds to your body really quickly and it might be worth giving it a go. Just wet the areas you need to stretch out. It’s what I always used to do! Speeds up the process, ha ha πŸ˜€

          • Jason
            November 23, 2016 / 4:42 pm

            Sorry Lorna, missed your comment above – never thought of Harvey Nichols… and I walked past there on Saturday lol! No, I haven’t tried dampening the wranglers – problem there is they need to give just about everywhere!

            • November 23, 2016 / 5:05 pm

              You could try making them wet everywhere and wearing them damp for an hour, just don’t sit on anything you could stain and don’t wear white or light colours while you do it!

              So glad you found some Diesel Thavar! It’s a great cut, one of their most popular, but you’re right, it’s not as skinny, which is why I suggested some of the other cuts, but Thavar is great. Glad you like them! Diesel is a fantastic brand for men.

  16. Jason
    November 19, 2016 / 9:04 am

    Hi Lorna, I’ve just measured the hem on these Wranglers and they appear to be about 11inches

    • November 19, 2016 / 12:42 pm

      Also, is the Levi’s 510 any good? I’m assuming since the 511 have an 11 inch leg opening, the 510 would have a 10 inch leg opening, so slightly skinnier, but they have a low waist and a very similar fit, just slimmer. Or perhaps you could look online and see if you can find a 511 in an outlet or on eBay if it’s authentic?

      • Jason
        November 23, 2016 / 4:32 pm

        I’ve now found the Diesel jeans in House of Fraser and bought a pair of Thavvar skinny in blue (the dark blue were weirdly a completely different fit, not as tight). Great quality, thick 100% cotton. They call these skinny fit (imo more a good slim fit) but even sizing down a waist size they’re not as tight on the calf as I’d like but they are skin tight pretty much everywhere else, so I bought a pair – thank you for recommending! They are already giving a little in the seat and thigh as I wear them but I’m yet to be able to sit in any degree of comfort but I’m sure given time they’ll be ok.

        im still on the search for a darker/black pair though and will investigate the Levi’s 510 you mentioned. Thanks Lorna!

        • Wally
          November 26, 2016 / 4:29 pm

          Hi, Jason…

          I don’t know where you live, the UK or US or wherever, but, I have found some great super skin tight jeans at Macy’s. They’re the Celebrity Pink in the Junior’s department. Some blends have 2% Elastine, others have 1%. I like the 1% best; they have a softer. stretchier fabric that fit like a second skin. I wear a 0/24 size. They are super at only $19.99 right now; bought my third pair just before Thanksgiving. Try them out!

          • November 28, 2016 / 8:47 pm

            Thanks for all your help, Wally!

        • Jason
          January 4, 2017 / 2:48 pm

          Well, looks like I might be on the jeans search again lol! I was never entirely happy with the fit on the thighs with the Diesel jeans so after a bit of research I took them to a lovely local Polish seamstress to get them altered. She spent ages marking them up with chalk and did a top quality job taking in the legs from the top down to just below the knee – matched the thread very well, you’d never have known. I collected them and they fitted just how I’d asked – skin tight everywhere now with just a little bit of looseness at the bottom of the seat and knee area (these are heavy non stretch denim so I need a tiny bit of room to sit lol!). Cue one day and as I get in the car I hear a rip and the original Diesel stitching on the right leg has split all along the thigh. I took them to the seamstress to see what she could do and went to collect today – another great job but they are now way way too tight on my legs! I am now wearing them in frustrating discomfort, so tonight I will be trying your method of getting the jeans wet to try and stretch them a tiny bit. If not, they’re in the bin… and the search begins again πŸ™

          • January 10, 2017 / 4:50 pm

            I hope they work out for you, that’s such a shame that they ripped, they definitely must be tight. I think you might need to look for women’s jeans actually as they have a lot more stretch and give to them, more than Diesel. Did you see my updated post? πŸ™‚

  17. Barry Solzberg
    December 18, 2016 / 12:56 am

    what happened to asos extreme super skinny jeans. they are excellent and come in many colors

    • Terry
      December 18, 2016 / 5:18 pm

      I often do like the look on their models, and the fabric choice is enormous. But then on me, they are not comfortable on my waist. That’s a pity.

    • December 19, 2016 / 8:31 pm

      I think they still do them, don’t they?

  18. Shawn Hunte
    December 19, 2016 / 10:01 am

    I started buying men’s skinny jeans from American Eagle Outfitters at my local mall here in Greenville, South Carolina. I started with the slim fit and then gradually moved to the skinny and super skinny jeans. To my disappointment, I found out that you can only get the super skinny jeans from their online website, and that in only 3 different washes. Once I secured those 3 washes, I started looking elsewhere. I purchased a skinny pair from Buckle and then went back looking for more variety. I wanted something even tighter, but they didn’t have anything else available. Finally, one of their lady customer service reps gave me a pair that I tried on and really liked! It was almost closing time, so I hurriedly purchased those jeans and left. I discovered later that they were ladies jeans, made by Kancan. I went back and bought another pair in a different wash, and then moved on (they didn’t have any more in stock). I really liked the fit of these and started looking online. Then I discovered your blog and saw how you categorized the men’s super skinny jeans starting with the tightest. I found the Dr. Denim brand on the ASOS website and have not looked back! These things are my favorite jeans to wear. I discovered that the medium is best for me (I’m 5’5″ and weight about 170 lbs). I’m short but very muscular, and my legs are more like a 100m dash sprinter’s than that of a body builder (even though I typically work out 3-6 days/week). I’m 42 but I don’t look my age according to many of my friends. Anyway, my legs are not slim at all, nor are they bulky and huge, and I really like how the extreme super skinny jeans from Dr. Denim look on me. I’ve bought almost all of their washes and getting ready to order more pretty soon. I’ve tried the ASOS brands, but had to return each of them because they are not stretchy enough for my muscular legs. The Dr. Denim brand is perfect, but I suspect that I will experiment with others in the future. I’ll send you a picture Lorna if you want me too, just so that you can see the look. I haven’t seen a lot of short, muscular men featured in super skinny jeans (I’ve seen tall, muscular guys on Rufskin — their jeans are hot and the models’ build is like mine, but the inseam choices starts at 32 or 34 inches — I need 28-30 inches max). Thanks so much for what you do, and any advice, suggestions, or recommendations that you can offer would be greatly appreciated!

    Shawn

    • December 19, 2016 / 8:31 pm

      Hi Shawn! Absolutely! You are welcome to post the photos in the forum if you want to and I can respond there (which is public) or you can email, depends what you want to do. I’m glad you’re enjoying the women’s skinny jeans. My fiance wears them all the time, he lives in his Hudson Barbara and Citizens of Humanity Rocket and Carlie jeans. If it’s super stretch you love, Hudson Barbara are incredible. A bit pricier, but the fabric is incredible! So much so, he bought 2 pairs of the same wash so he’s got backup, ha ha! If you choose to post in the forum both Adam and I can give opinions on the photos. Lorna.

      • Shawn Hunte
        December 26, 2016 / 12:42 am

        Thanks Lorna. Please tell me what I need to do to be able to post photos on the forum.
        Shawn

        • December 27, 2016 / 1:44 pm

          Hi Shawn, just sign up for an account here http://forum.thejeansblog.com/register then go to your email to activate the account.

          Start a new topic in the men’s jeans section and type your title and question in the boxes. Then you can use the upload images button to upload them. Hope that helps!

  19. December 22, 2016 / 11:44 pm

    @10 ultimate super extreme skinny jeans for men | DO U KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND THE JEANS THAT IS THE COVER IMAGE?? (THE FIRST PICTURE OF THE GUY WITH SHORT HAIR AND GLASSES)…. BRO THOSE JEANS ARE FYE PLEASE RESPOND ASAP I WANT JEANS LIKE THAT FOR CHRISTMAS!!

  20. Matt
    January 4, 2017 / 10:09 pm

    Hi – just got my first pair of Topman Super Spray skinny jeans (in grey πŸ™‚ )

    I hadn’t expected a real difference between the spray-on which I already have and Super Spray, but there is, the Super Spray are much closer to leggings with a really close but very very comfortable fit right to the ankle.

    So guys if you are looking for an ultimate in skinny jeans – these could be be ones!!

    PS i’m wearing them with a skinny white shirt and brown brogues for a smarter look.

    • January 10, 2017 / 4:51 pm

      Thanks for sharing that Matt! I did an updated article including them πŸ™‚

  21. Ryan Thomas
    January 17, 2017 / 4:03 pm

    I’m a 30,32 in 508 Levi’s so what would i be with skinny jeans.
    i can fluctuate from time to time for some reason i don’t want to get the wrong size.
    if anybody knows please answer thanks.

    • Wally
      January 17, 2017 / 4:31 pm

      Hi, Ryan…the best thing to do is “try before you buy” Levis have never worked for me as they are not skinny/tight enough. Did find some great ones at Hot Topic a few years back, but, I’ve been buying juniors’ skinnies (women’s) as they are cut much slimmer than guys. I generally wear a 0 or 1, depending on the material of the jeans.

      Good luck

    • January 20, 2017 / 12:42 pm

      I would say take your normal size. The skinny jeans are cut slimmer so they will fit skinny, you shouldn’t need to size down. Good luck!

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