15 Really Tight Super Skinny Spray On Jeans For Men


As a follow up from our previous article called ‘10 Ultimate Super Extreme Skinny Jeans For Men‘ I thought it might be a good idea to do a part 2. So many of you have commented on that article and it’s still one of The Jeans Blog’s most popular posts to date. With so much advice coming from you guys about the latest super skinny jeans you have found on the first post which was written in November of 2015, it’s time for an update as we just take ourselves into 2017.

In the last year or so more and more brands and designers are creating super skinny jeans for men as more and more men want that ultra super skinny fit. You of course have the option of choosing women’s skinny jeans for men as some of our writers here do (my fiance included), plus celebrity men wear women’s jeans too, so that can always look good, but for those of you guys who want to wear men’s jeans only, I’ve listed a few that will be great for you.

Some of you guys might not like the idea of super tight skinny jeans, but they are growing in popularity more and more as the days go by. The men’s denim trends often follow on from the women’s jeans trends (if you are a regular reader you will know we mention that often) after a few seasons and the super skinny jean is one that seems to be sticking. It’s even having converts that I never thought were possible, like my fiance (Adam, pictured above) as he never used to like super skinny jeans and in fact sold previous pairs for being too slim. Times change and new trends come in, and once you see how good they can look on the right body, I think you will be addicted to trying super skinny jeans too.

There are reasons to think that you shouldn’t wear tight skinny jeans if you’re a guy, unless you’re into rock music, but that isn’t true. If brands like ASOS and Topman have been doing them for years and here in the UK I regularly spot fashionable men out in them, it’s something to consider as it’s becoming a normality for the younger generation. Women also find them attractive on guys as we like to see your leg shape and wearing fitted clothing (well, I do anyway!). If you have slim legs and normal skinny jeans just look loose and baggy, you should definitely think about opting for super skinny pairs. It’s a win win situation there.

If you think they will be too uncomfortable or dangerous to your manhood, they wont be either. The fabric of men’s super skinny jeans is extremely stretchy, like women’s skinny jeans, and resembles a legging like stretch material, so those jeans will be comfortable. If you want some women’s jeans recommendations on very stretchy, comfortable, non restrictive jeans then I can definitely help you out there too, I’ve listed a few, but just comment below for more information! So here’s your list of 15 pairs of super tight skinny jeans for men, as suggested by readers!

Super Skinny Spray On Jeans For Men


Topman Super Spray On Skinny Jeans – Black


Silk Silk Super Skinny Jeans – Black Distressing


Topman Spray On Skinny Jeans – Ripped Grey


River Island Super Skinny Fit Jeans – Mid Blue


Topman Super Spray On Skinny Jeans – Washed Black


Brooklyn Supply Co. Light Washed Super Skinny Jeans


Topman Super Spray On Skinny Jeans – Blue


ASOS Super Skinny Jeans With Abrasions


Dr. Denim Dixy Extreme Super Skinny Jeans


Brooklyn Supply Co Washed Black Dyker Super Skinny Jeans


Levi’s 519 Extreme Skinny Fit Jeans – Black

Women’s Skinny Jeans For Men

There’s a review coming very soon on the first pair below (Hudson Barbara in Bazooka) from both a female and male point of view. These 4 jeans listed here though are pairs I know to fit super skinny and comfortable on men. The Hudson Barbara in Hideaway is pictured on Adam in the first image of this post and they are his most comfortable jeans he owns, so much so he ordered two pairs the same. The Citizens of Humanity Sculpt Denim is also legging material and so comfortable, but the back pockets (like Hudson) are big enough to be masculine so they look like men’s jeans. There’s a cropped pair and a full length, depending on how you like to wear your jeans. Happy shopping! Let us know which jeans you love the most for that ultra tight fit!


Hudson Barbara High Waist Skinny Jeans – Bazooka


Citizens of Humanity Sculpt Rocket Jeans – Spritz


Hudson Barbara High Waist Skinny Jeans – Hideaway (as seen on Adam)


Citizens of Humanity Rocket Sculpt Skinny Jeans – Empire

You can also check out the full selection at Topman.com and ASOS.com


  1. Magic Mike
    January 22, 2017 / 5:06 pm

    Great new article, Lorna!

    I want to start off my listing some of most recent purchases.

    My favorite premium denim brand is Nudie Jeans. I feel like my Skinny Lin is the tightest pair I own from Nudie. The pair is skinny, but not that ultra tight. I heard that one way to get a tighter fit is to go down one size in the waist and also down one size in the inseam. My original pair of Skinny Lin is 33/34. Therefore, I just ordered a new pair of Skinny Lin that is 32/32. Let’s see what happens when they arrive.

    Next, as I mentioned in my last reply under the original article, I love the Dr. Denim Dixy. However, I understand that the Dixy was designed for women, but it is marketed to men by Asos. I have heard of the new Leroy from Dr. Denim, which is the same ultra skinny jean, but there are evidently slight differences added for men. I wanted to see what the differences are, so I have ordered a Dr. Denim Leroy. I ordered one size smaller than the Dixy, which is a Size M. According to the Dr. Denim website, a size 32 in a female bottom is size L, but a size 32 in a male bottom is size M. I certainly would not want a loose ultra skinny jean, that would be weird.

    Lastly, I think I may want to purchase one of the women’s jeans that are recommended above. Not sure which one I should get. Do any of them have deep front pockets? The Dr. Denim Dixy did not have deep front pockets (Terry had warned me ahead of time), but surprisingly, my wallet did fit in the front pocket with about a centimeter of the wallet peeking out of the pocket, which is workable for me. I assume they are all zip fly. I am thinking of one of the darker pairs, so that they will look more dressy.

    • February 2, 2017 / 1:34 pm

      Sorry for only replying now, have had some other things to take care of unfortunately.

      Women’s jeans always have smaller front pockets, if they have any at all, so it’s not ideal for carrying your phone etc in them. My fiance has to put his in the back pocket. I haven’t come across any women’s jeans with deeper pockets. The Hudson Barbara are great though, they are the biggest ones I know for pocket sizes on women’s, but still not by men’s standards. Definitely recommend the two Hudson Barbara washes listed though, the fabric is so stretchy, it’s like wearing leggings!

  2. Paul
    February 8, 2017 / 10:23 pm

    More and more I see guys with really tight skinny jeans. Personally I love wearing super skinny jeans the only complaint is most are not skinny all the way down to the ankle. NîMES LTD solved that problem for me. It’s a great style.

    • Matt
      March 7, 2017 / 10:10 pm

      Paul, I recommend Topman super-spray, they are true skinny down to the ankles… loving them… these as close to leggings without actually being leggings. Matt

      • Paul
        April 8, 2017 / 5:19 am

        They look like my NîMES black spray on. Although mine are tighter at the ankle. See my Twitter PaulKli.

  3. anonimatovato
    March 10, 2017 / 2:07 pm

    I wear women’s (more like from the juniors dept.) skinny jeans and so far even basic brands like Wax Jeans has the style and fit seen like the pictures. Tight all the way down the calves, fits true to size and stretch, while still remaining a denim feel (softer than men’s jeans though!).

  4. Magic Mike
    March 15, 2017 / 11:40 am

    Just noticed that Topman appears 4 times on this list! Clearly, I really need to get a pair of the Topman Super Spray On Jeans.

    So, I wanted to report back on my experience with Dr. Denim Leroy.

    First off, I really like the Leroy. I would say the first thing I noticed is the fabric is thicker. I believe someone explained that the Kissy is the lightest at 7.5 ounces. The Dixy is a little heavier at 9.5 ounces. The Leroy is heavier still at 11.5 ounces. Although all 3 fits are skin-tight, the weight of the fabric changes the look a bit.

    Also, the Leroy is clearly designed to be a jean for men, so they do have much deeper front pockets. There is a little more fabric around the waist area, so you can pull the jeans up higher for a higher rise, or you can lower them and have a drop crotch effect. Regardless, you will still have the legs be skintight.

    So, bottom line, I love the Dixy and the Leroy. They are just different. Although they are both skintight, the Dixy will look more like a pair of leggings, and the Leroy will look more like a pair of ultra skinny jeans.

  5. anonimatovato
    April 8, 2017 / 5:39 am

    If you guys don’t mind women’s moleton jeggings, the brand is JW Maxx. I got them at my local mall, but these jeans can be found online on those popular Amazon type websites. These babies fit like Topman’s spray on jeans, but with a different fabric, they feel soft like sweat pants. I would avoid really light washes like white and such, but the style and fit is very cute. I purchased one in black and Royal Blue. Because of the nature of the fabric, I would recommend a long enough top, but I think they can look great on guys too, if you stay away from loud colors. They do run small so take that in consideration. If it feels too much, I recommend black for starters, they will mostly look like black skinny jeans. This brand actually look the most jegging type compared to other lower quality ill fitting brands.

  6. Richard68
    May 7, 2017 / 9:35 am

    Topman super spray on skinny jeans are great but I am surprised that nobody has caught on to Uniqlo. Their women’s ultra stretch jeans are amazing! They live up to their name and are really stretchy, and they mould to your legs if you size down enough. For men like me that wear women’s jeans, you need to get used to vanity sizing, I did this by trial and error. My waist size is 29 inches and I wear a 28R from Topman (their sizing is accurate). But for the Uniqlo ultra stretch jeans, I needed to size down to 25 inches! The fit is really amazing, skin tight but quite structured material so they look smart. They only thing is that they run a bit long, but at such a low price (£35 in UK) this defect is easily overlooked.

    Uniqlo also do what they call leggings trousers. Again, the name says it all. They look like really really skinny jeans but fit (and feel) like leggings. It must be the 15% spandex but they stretch like crazy are are insanely comfortable. The look is more like leggings than the Uniqlo ultra stretch jeans so you need to balance this in your outfit and particularly your choice of shoes or boots. And they have belt loops so they will stay up if you have a straight waist like me, plus the belt makes them smart enough to wear with a shirt and blazer. They only thing is that because they are so tight and fit like leggings, you need to watch your underwear choices! By the way, I ended up wearing a size S to get the skin tight look. And finally they are stupidly cheap, less than £20 in the UK.

    • Matt
      May 17, 2017 / 8:54 pm

      hey Richard – really liking the sound of both of these! – with the belt enabling leggings to be warn as a proper-smart look you have described the perfect look for me, are you pairing this with smart shoes / chelsea boots or something else? – Matt

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