20 Super Spray On Extreme Skinny Jeans For Men Under £50

Legend London Ripped Light Blue Super Skinny Jeans

Guys, as requested, here is the next post rounding up the super skinny, spray on jeans for men. I know you loved the first super skinny spray on jeans post, and then I did a second one which included women’s jeans as well, but now I’ve decided to do a bigger post with 20 jeans listed, from a lot more brands (inspired by you in the comments and your suggestions) and the best part is that they’re all under £50! I know price can be a big issue for a lot of us and if we can get some decent fitting jeans that are extreme skinny for a great price, how can you say no?

I usually check around on ASOS, Topman, Dr. Denim etc for the super skinny spray on style, but as the months go by, more and more brands are coming out with their own take on this cut for men and there’s a lot more choice these days! There’s Legend London, Nimes, Vendetta Jeans, Pre London, Luxe London and more! All of these are extreme skinny legging style jeans with a decent amount of stretch so they should be comfortable as well. I haven’t personally tried them, however I do know that the Topman Spray On Skinny Jeans are extremely comfortable and have a very close fit, as modelled by some of you in our forum here.

The super extreme skinny jeans for men trend is definitely here to stay and I’ve noticed that it’s getting more and more popular as the months go by. Most younger guys are wearing them every day with looser fitting t-shirts to keep the contrast of the shapes different, but a lot do wear them with smarter options too like a blazer or shirt. I know Adam here does, and Matt, if you don’t mind me mentioning you too! I think a great fitting pair of skinny jeans on a man is the perfect way to show off your legs and your body, which is actually masculine, not feminine (despite what people think) as swamping your body and hiding it underneath massive amounts of denim is no good for anyone. Wearing stuff that fits and shows your body shape is the way forward. Us women have been doing it for decades and guys always follow on in time.

The original super skinny jeans post for men has had a huge amount of comments on it, with most of you getting to know each other and discussing your own jeans, helping each other out, so definitely feel free to do that on this post as well. If any of you have tried out any of these new brands that I’ve included on this list, please comment and tell us what you think! It’s always good to share your thoughts and read helpful tips from everyone else. Do feel free to create any threads in the forum as well if you need to! Which pair do you like the most?

Topman Bright Blue Wash Spray On Jeans

Pre London Light Blue Ripped And Repaired Skinny Jeans

Cheap Monday Him Spray Jeans Cut Black Knee Rips

Legend London Midnight Navy Super Skinny Jeans

Topman Black Super Spray On Skinny Jeans

Nimes Super Skinny Spray On Jeans in White Ripped & Repaired

Vendetta Ripped & Restored Royal Blue Jeans

Brooklyn Supply Co. Black Hunter Spray On Skinny Jeans

Vendetta Non Ripped White Ivory Jeans

Dr. Denim Jeans Kissy Low Spray On Extreme Super Skinny

Topman Blue Super Spray On Skinny Jeans

Vendetta Non Ripped Royal Blue Jeans

Dr. Denim Dixy Extreme Muscle Fit Skinny Jeans

ASOS Extreme Super Skinny Jeans With Knee Rips And Side Seams

Vendetta Ripped & Restored Arctic Blue Jeans

ASOS Extreme Super Skinny Jeans With Knee Rips

Vendetta Torn Jeans in Azure Blue

Dr. Denim Dixy Extreme Muscle Fit Black Skinny Jeans

Nimes Super Skinny Spray On Jeans in Black



  1. Henry Coppens
    August 9, 2017 / 3:42 pm


    Excellent article – embodies all that I like about spray on jeans for men. The models all look amazing.

    I have several pairs of Topman super sprays in various shades and two pairs of ASOS extreme super skinny. Not all are ripped at the knee.

    I find the ones with more elasticity the more comfortable and closer fitting . I wear them with various T’s and sometimes with a ladies Perfecto style biker jacket – ladies because these jackets are made shorter and I find this appealing. I usually wear all my spray ons with thick soled creepers. To me creepers and spray on jeans are inseparable. Long may this spray on trend last.

    • Lorna
      August 9, 2017 / 4:14 pm

      Hi Henry,

      Thanks for sharing! The ones with super stretch in them are definitely the most comfortable. I can’t imagine how anyone would easily wear a pair of super skinny jeans which had little stretch in them, it just wouldn’t be comfortable! Have you tried any of these new brands listed here?

  2. Ricky
    August 9, 2017 / 8:15 pm

    Thanks for the new article Lorna. I already have an assortment of Topman Super Spray on jeans and have just added some of the Dr.Denim Muscle fit Jeans.All have GREAT stretch and are very comfortable to wear even in the high heat here in Florida.

    • Lorna
      August 9, 2017 / 10:12 pm

      Hi Ricky! You’re welcome! That’s really good to know!

    • Matt
      August 29, 2017 / 1:55 pm

      Hey Ricky, hope you are well.. really like the look of the muscle fit, how do they compare to the topman super-spray… cheers, Matt

      • Ricky
        August 29, 2017 / 8:25 pm

        Matt ,I really like the fit of the Dr.Denim Muscle fit. They are a lower rise than the TopMan and the fabric is a little thinner but the stretch is great.They are not ankle tight but this is good for me because I mostly wear them with boots.Good hearing from you and by the way saw your pictures and love the jeans and sport coat!Carry on my friend

        • Matt
          August 29, 2017 / 8:35 pm

          thanks Ricky! … they sound great, good to see you are enjoying your denim too – is the skinny-style catching on more where you are?

          • Ricky
            August 29, 2017 / 8:47 pm

            I have seen a few other guys wearing skinnys but not spray on skinny like I wear.i do get a lot of looks from men and women.The ladies are usually smiling.

            • Matt
              August 29, 2017 / 8:55 pm

              I always say its good to make people happy with spray-on skinny jeans !, and those who haven’t tried them are missing out… all the best to you my friend!

  3. Paul
    August 14, 2017 / 7:29 pm

    Thank you Lorna.
    When I search for Spray-on skinnies in the US I did not see three of the sellers you have listed. Glad I can now add a few more to my collection.

    • Lorna
      August 14, 2017 / 11:01 pm

      You’re very welcome! Sometimes if it’s a UK brand they only show up in the first searches in the UK as their country dependent on Google. I’m glad it helps!

    • Ricky
      August 16, 2017 / 8:18 pm

      Paul, I just got 2 pairs of the Dr.Denim Muscle fit jeans from ASOS.They are a medium blue and a dark indigo blue . The light blue are Amazing,the dark ones don’t fit as well. I will be ordering them in black soon.

      • Lorna
        August 16, 2017 / 11:18 pm

        Oh that’s good to know, thank you for sharing that, Ricky! If you feel up to it, perhaps you could share some photos in our forum for everyone to see how they fit!

      • Matt
        September 11, 2017 / 5:52 pm

        The muscle fit look great Ricky!

      • March 21, 2018 / 1:47 am

        I have the Dr Denim muscle fit (Kissy, no front pockets) jeans from ASOS in darkish blue and they were a great fit – I have not noticed the light blue) and I also got the same fit in bleached black. The bleached black were a little tighter than the same size in dark(ish) blue. I had sizes L and M in both. The L in blue were the least tight due to very soft material. All were 5% elastane. I wish they had front pockets though because the fit is perfect. I did try the Dr Denim Dixys in black. They were tighter in Large (quoled on ASOS as 29-30 waist though!) than Topman super spray in 32″ waist but they had a faulty zip so I sent them back for a refund. I preferred the shape of the Topmans in black for some reason. Dr Denim bleached black and the blues shown here, as well as Lexy in dark stone blue:

  4. Will
    August 15, 2017 / 1:40 pm

    Thanks for the write-up on the latest extreme super spray-on jeans for guys. I like the look of Vendetta and Legend London – really extreme super skinny!

    • Lorna
      August 15, 2017 / 2:21 pm

      Let us know how you get on with them if you try them!

  5. Paul Klimas
    August 15, 2017 / 8:48 pm

    There seems to be another fit like spray-on. ASOS has something called the Muscle Fit Jean. Do you know if they are the same fit as spray on? Thanks

    • Lorna
      August 15, 2017 / 9:46 pm

      Hi Paul! I’ve not had experience with the new Muscle Fit from ASOS myself, but I am guessing they are very much like the spray on. They look to be super stretchy legging style, so should be similar! Hopefully someone else here might have tried them and can jump in and give their opinions!

    • March 21, 2018 / 2:03 am

      ASOS have been marketing some other peoples’ jeans as Muscle Fit, such as the Dr Denim Dixy and Kissy style jeans (which were originally marketed on the Dr Denim website for women by the way). they are also marketing Blend Flurry jeans in Muscle ft and extreme skinny. Not sure what the difference is except that I bought two pairs of Extreme Skinny (grey ones and blue ones that were on offer. Neither had front pockets, both were very skinny but had quite large back pockets, larger than Dr Denim or Topman. Pocket size makes quite a bit off difference to the look, as does pocket height (how far they are down from the waistband).
      Oone of them is here (blue). I had the very last pair they had, since they were out of stock afterwards – but a pair of 29waist/32leg have re-appeared so maybe somebody sent a pair back that didn’t fit!

  6. Louie
    August 16, 2017 / 8:45 am

    Hi Lorna I finally got a pair of the coated Racer jeans by COH on eBay for about $56 in new condition. These are the low rise alternative to your suggestion. They fit and feel amazing just like you described and seem to hold their shape all day. Super comfortable too. Also managed to get a pair of coated Paige verdugo in black fog NWT for $35 and they are excellent in all departments too! They both have good definition.

    • Lorna
      August 16, 2017 / 3:57 pm

      Hi Louie! Oh that’s wonderful! Yeah, if you prefer low rise then the Racer is definitely for you instead of the Rocket. I don’t personally get on with the Racer as I have too much muffin top, ha ha. I do love PAIGE’s coated denim too though, the Edgemont in the Woodberry is fantastic!

  7. Doug
    August 18, 2017 / 11:57 pm

    I really like jeans that are not just tight but very stretchy. Can anyone comment on which of these is the most stretchy?

    • RICHARD68
      August 19, 2017 / 9:59 am

      Hi Doug. I just wrote a post and then noticed your question. Check out my comments on Uniqlo leggings trousers.

    • Lorna
      August 19, 2017 / 10:23 am

      Hi Doug! Out of these, the Topman Spray On Jeans are super stretchy! Any that look like a thinner denim with a lot of cling to them are definitely stretchy. I can recommend you some women’s styles as well if you like? They fit unisex.

      • Doug
        August 29, 2017 / 2:08 pm

        Thanks, I’d like some recommendations of women’s styles. I find that women’s hi-rise jeans fit me at least as well if not better than men’s jeans.

        • Lorna
          August 29, 2017 / 7:13 pm

          Hi Doug! We do have a few posts like that, written by Tim, and Adam has reviewed some. Have you read any of those?

    • March 21, 2018 / 2:16 am

      The Topman super spray on seem to be pretty stretchy, even the black which has a lower elastane content. The elastane / spandex / lycra content doesn’t seem to be an exact measurement of stretchiness because of the different base materials used. That’s why it’s nice to try them on in a shop or at a site like ASOS which is very relaxed about returns (which are free as I write). I have found that if the jeans are lighter and thinner material then less elastane seems to be needed for stretchiness. So tghick jeans with 4% elastane seem to be less flexible than thin ones but it may also depend on the colour because I guess they have different materials. Also it might depend on how beaten up they get in the wash processing!
      I just got Topman super spray on acid wash blue and I really like them. I like the black ones too but was not so mad keen on the other blues that I got in between times.
      Some of the medium grey jeans I have tried have been very soft material and almost too stretchy and kind of loose (except ASOS extreme super skinny light grey acid wash that are actually very tight).
      I do like the Dr Denim Kissy in blue and bleached black, blue being slightly more soft material but all 5% elastane I think and easy to go down a size potentially. No front pockets though. Their Dixy and Lexy jeans do have front pockets but they are small. Kissys are the most stretchy, so I can fit in the Medium size but in the others I need Large.
      The softness of the material gives a different profile (check my Dr Denim Lexy / Dr Denim Kissy comparison here that I got from ASOS):

  8. Henry Coppens
    August 19, 2017 / 8:46 am

    About two years ago I bought my wife a pair of Freddy ‘jeggings’ for lack of a better word. We are similar in size so I can go into a shop and try jeans etc on and know that they will fit her. While trying them on, I noticed the smooth material, snug fit and extreme stretchiness and show off the leg shape very well – what they intend to do!. Hey, I thought, maybe I could wear these as well which I subsequently do.
    BUT this is pushing the envelope a bit, so you have to be a bit/very brave. Freddy’s are distinctly woman’s pants made for the gym and jogging – not that this should be a problem since, like many other guys, I have been wearing women’s skinny/spray-on jeans for a while especially before they started making them for guys. The zipper is the ‘other way round’ and, like most jeggings, the front pockets are fake. Also they are quite pricey – but the Freddy shops often have sales.

    • Lorna
      August 19, 2017 / 10:25 am

      Freddy do make great pants, but I would fear for the men here who like to have more of a masculine style, the back pockets would be too feminine for them as they’re smaller, rounded, and designed to lift and push the butt up to accentuate a woman’s curves. You definitely would need confidence to wear them, so that’s great you have that!

      • Henry Coppens
        August 19, 2017 / 11:17 am

        Thanks Lorna. I don’t wear the Freddy’s for day to day wear. Only when I feel bold enough like going to a club!!!

  9. RICHARD68
    August 19, 2017 / 9:58 am

    Hi Lorna.

    Thanks for doing an update, these are some great looking skinny jeans! A couple of years ago, what passed for mens ‘skinny’ jeans was at best slim fitting – I suppose you can’t go from super-baggy to super-skinny in one go – but these are finally skin tight. For those of us who have been wearing extremely skinny jeans for ever, this is fantastic news!

    I want to give another shout out for Uniqlo leggings trousers. For me, they are the nirvana of ultra skinny jeans. I have a whole wardrobe full of them in different colours. https://www.uniqlo.com/uk/en/women/bottoms/leggings-trousers/full-length

    They have a skin-tight fit (if you size down) because they are extremely stretchy. They are even more stretchy than my other favourites, Topman super spray on skinny jeans. It must be down to the 15% spandex (yes, 15%!, most other jeans have at best 5%). You do have to go down in size to get the skin-tight look. I am 5ft 10 and slim (28 inch waist 32 inch leg) and the size small fits me perfectly, but the generous dose of spandex means they stretch to give a smooth leggings look.

    The length and width is perfect, no excess material at the top or ankles so they give a sleek look. And although they are leggings rather than jeans (pull-on style without a fly and fake front pockets), they do have belt loops and real back pockets, which means they are functional. The fabric thickness is just right, thin enough for a skinny look but thick enough so that they look work-appropriate with the right shirt.

    I can’t say enough good things about them. I suppose the only negative is that they are labelled as women’s leggings trousers rather than mens, but that really isn’t such a big deal anymore. And the best thing is that they cost less than £20!

    • Lorna
      August 19, 2017 / 10:27 am

      Hi Richard! Thank you so much for sharing those! That’s great help for anyone looking to try them! Definitely feel free to post photos in the forum so people can see the fit, if you have time!

    • Doug
      August 19, 2017 / 8:41 pm

      Thanks, those look awesome, especially the 15% spandex, and I’m definitely going to try them. I also don’t think of women’s vs. men’s jeans as an issue. I don’t see that it matters if the jeans have the fit I want. For anyone else in the U.S., here Uniqlo calls them Women Leggings Pants, https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/women-leggings-pants-400549.html and they’re $29.90.

  10. Black Stallion
    August 21, 2017 / 5:00 pm

    I used to have the typical notion that skinny jeans would not fit, after trying older skinny jeans, without elasticity. But since then, I’ve been introduced to “Topman”, which I now have 4 pairs, I must say, they compliment my physique very well.
    I am now converted.

    • Lorna
      August 21, 2017 / 11:16 pm

      Yeah I think that’s where a lot of the guys have pre-misconceptions. The older skinny jeans were so tight and not stretchy, just not comfortable at all. The new stretchy ones are fantastic!

      • Black Stallion
        August 21, 2017 / 11:36 pm

        A majority of the ignorance of the male ego. Simply put they feel they need a lot of male room, but there is so much stretch in the newer jeans. It just makes most ignorant males feel manly by using such a lame assed excuse.

        • Lorna
          August 22, 2017 / 1:01 am

          That could be fairly true actually!

    • March 21, 2018 / 1:52 am

      The new ones with the elastane / lycra / spandex technology in the materials are easier to get over big male feet! 🙂

  11. Matt
    August 29, 2017 / 1:29 pm

    Hi Lorna, great article!, thanks for doing part 3, Matt

    • Matt
      August 29, 2017 / 6:56 pm

      PS thanks for the mention 🙂 !!

    • Lorna
      August 29, 2017 / 7:11 pm

      You’re welcome!

  12. Henry Coppens
    August 29, 2017 / 4:13 pm

    Spoilt for choice!! My leg shape is rather like the two Dr Denim guys as opposed to the two Vendetta guys. But they are all soooooo gooood. As they say ‘Don’t Stop believing’! Please carry on like this. I dread the day when tight jeans are not fashionable, male or female, so we are relying on you to keep the trend strongly alive for as long as your can.

    • Lorna
      August 29, 2017 / 7:13 pm

      I’m all for the trend, so I will keep promoting it as much as I possibly can! Any support you can give to the site too by buying your items through my links is so helpful too, helps fund the website! I will be working on a women’s skinny jeans for men post next!

      • Henry Coppens
        August 31, 2017 / 3:58 pm

        Hi Lorna,
        I realise that part of the sustainability of your website is due to sales you might generate from the products you expose. I am hugely tempted to buy this way. But unfortunately in South Africa our customs/postal services leave a lot to be desired. Despite insurances and assurances very few international items ever reach their rightful owners. The rule is that all international items must be inspected by local customs authorities. The items come in to the country by courier, pass through customs who then automatically pass them on to the SA Post office, who then, when all local charges have been paid, including tax at 50% stated value, get the courier to collect them for final delivery. I have been ‘burned’ too often. The best thing is if you have a fried travelling back to SA, then to have the items delivered to their address before departure and bring them back. So apologies for not following up. Henry

        • Lorna
          September 1, 2017 / 3:12 pm

          Hi Henry!

          Oh that’s awful! I never knew that about buying online for South Africa. That’s crazy! No worries, I fully understand why you don’t. It makes sense! Thank you for letting me know!

  13. Vlad
    August 30, 2017 / 12:52 am

    Hi Lorna and the guys.
    Advise a spray of super skinny jeans that fit tightly the legs from the hip to the very bottom of the leg, without wrinkles, like leggings (skinny jeans = leggings).
    I wear a spray of BERSHKA jeans.

      • Vlad
        September 2, 2017 / 5:55 pm

        Thank you, Matt.
        This is what I want.
        I like your look (and when these jeans with a tie).
        I’m skinny like you and so the problem is to pick up the size.
        If you can email me at the email.

        PS Lorna, please, give my Email to Matt.

      • Ricky
        September 6, 2017 / 8:00 pm

        Hey Matt and Lorna and everybody reading this Blog, I just got a pair of the TopMan super spray on Biker jeans.OMJ !!!!!!!!! I now have the ultimate jeans.I am still trying to post pictures on the forum but not having any luck.Will keep trying.

        • Lorna
          September 6, 2017 / 10:08 pm

          What sort of error are you getting, Ricky? I can help you fix it! Glad to know you got those jeans and love them!

          • Ricky
            September 6, 2017 / 10:23 pm

            I can not find any place to let me post.

            • Lorna
              September 6, 2017 / 11:29 pm

              Which is your username? It might be in moderation.

            • ricky
              September 7, 2017 / 10:37 pm

              Lorna user name is ricky

            • Lorna
              September 7, 2017 / 11:37 pm

              It should be working. I had a look and clicked something on your account to be an approved user as it was still stuck in pending, so maybe try now?

        • Matt
          September 7, 2017 / 8:46 pm

          hey ricky, wow, keep trying – want to see these!, Matt

    • Black Stallion
      September 1, 2017 / 7:59 pm

      By the way these are Topman super spray on

      • Paul
        September 4, 2017 / 3:43 am

        They look like my NîMES Super Skinny Spray On Jeans – Black Non-Ripped. And they are just as tight.

        • Black Stallion
          September 4, 2017 / 3:59 am

          I might have to try them, trying to see if they deliver to U.S

          • Paul
            September 6, 2017 / 8:14 pm

            They deliver to U.S. The charge is a flat 15 British pounds. Jeans £50.00 + £15.00 = $84.74 USD was totally worth it in my opinion.

      • Matt
        September 7, 2017 / 10:07 pm

        the are ace!!

      • March 21, 2018 / 2:31 am

        They look a bit like that on me too but I am a bit skinny in build. They have a very tapered kind of fit, more so in the black than the other colours I thought. The black ones are lighter weight material and more comfortable but also seem skinnier and more ‘elegant’ with slightly smaller back pockets. For me they are the best Topman ones, though I just bought the acid wash blue which for my money are a lot nicer then the other blues (all super spray on – the ‘vanilla’ spray ons were less comfortable and less close fitting and a pain to get on and off in the store so I never bought any).
        Don’t let anybody put you down.

    • Ricky
      September 1, 2017 / 8:52 pm

      They look GREAT ! Comments from stupid people are not worth dwelling on.They are just insecure A_HOLES.Keep wearing them my friend,you have our support !

      • Black Stallion
        September 1, 2017 / 9:22 pm

        Thank you, I’m just curious, not that it would stop me.

    • Vlad
      September 2, 2017 / 6:22 pm

      I like.
      These spray jeans sit on you perfectly.
      This is my ideal that I want to receive.
      Give me a link to these spray jeans.
      Advise size (I wear super skinny Bershka W31, and super skinny PULL and BEAR W34).

      • Black Stallion
        September 7, 2017 / 3:33 am

        They are Topman super spray.

    • billythefish
      September 3, 2017 / 11:54 am

      They’re wickedly cool inky black extreme super sprays. With their extreme tight ankles they’d be an evening/ going out look here in Newcastle UK. I wear longer extreme skinny jeans in day so ankles bunch up and they look less like leggings but I am a short guy. Cool look.

      • Black Stallion
        September 3, 2017 / 3:50 pm

        I cuff the ankles so they don’t stack on my others. These pair in the picture, are the only ones I could find in 28×28.
        I like the clean look, w/o stacking or wrinkles

        • billythefish
          September 4, 2017 / 12:37 am

          Without stacking is way coolest. Looks so extreme . My most extreme skinnies are Dr.Denim Kissy XS and Cheap Monday Him Spray 26 – both jet black. Go for it, dude.

          • Black Stallion
            September 4, 2017 / 1:10 am

            The topman black are size are 28×28 I don’t have to cuff those.
            I like to use the inside cuff.

    • Jared
      October 21, 2017 / 2:16 pm

      U look hot in those jeans

      • Black stallion
        October 21, 2017 / 3:29 pm

        Thank you.

  14. Henry Coppens
    September 1, 2017 / 9:10 pm

    You do indeed look superb. I am not gay and am married. Your jeans show off your leg shape very well. There is nothing wrong with that. What is the difference between wearing jeans like yours and wearing athletic tights before going to the gym or cycling? Nobody would complain about the latter so why the problem with the former.

    • Black Stallion
      September 1, 2017 / 9:26 pm

      There is really no difference, other than the jeans have pockets, and no designs.
      I do however have athletic tights, and I wear them when I’m working out.
      Yeah, I get mocked wearing those too.
      But they are both comfortable, and non restrictive.

      • Shawn Hunte
        January 30, 2018 / 1:46 am

        Black Stallion. I totally understand your experience since I have endured this kind of treatment myself. I’m 5′ 5″ but very muscular (upper and lower body) from weight training and my years as a 100m and 200m sprinter. I’ve actually had a gym sales guy come up to me and demand that I either put on shorts over my tights or go home and change! Of course, after telling him “what for” in no uncertain terms, I continued my workout. Several of the gym employees profusely apologized to me for that sales rep’s behavior. I complained to the corporate office and they gave me three free months of membership. That rep is no longer with that gym. That’s just one story. My friend, continue to wear your tights and skinny jeans no matter what the complainers say or do. You look great in them!

        P.S. I wear men’s thongs and G-strings under my tights and jeans (sometimes even men’s Brazilian bikinis under my jeans). I’m sure some folks would have a problem with that too if they knew of that fact. I’m not gay (married to a woman for over 20 years) but most will assume that. I’m as masculine as a man can be, and that’s why I’m so bold and confident when I wear my extreme super skinny jeans. I push the envelope with my tights too (I buy the regular ones from the Koala Swimwear website)! I’m in my early 40s and I’ve come to the place where I’m absolutely tired of trying to please the naysayers. I wear what I want to when I want to…end of story.

        • Black stallion
          January 30, 2018 / 2:10 am

          Yeah, I assume most people have problems with skinnies thinking it’s ok to wear boxers under them, NOT.
          I guess all we can do is be ourselves.
          I consider myself masculine in that I blaze my own trail at my own pace, and secure within myself,
          Oh well, like I said, all we can do is be ourselves, stand our ground, and educate those who lack knowledge.

          • Shawn Hunte
            January 30, 2018 / 3:04 am

            All great points!

        • Black stallion
          January 30, 2018 / 2:18 am

          Yeah, it’s usually other guys who have something to say.
          I don’t think I’m ill built as I am only 5’6” and currently 180 lbs as I was in the pictures.

          • Shawn Hunte
            January 30, 2018 / 3:16 am

            You’re right, but sometimes even the ladies will add their negative voice into the mix. One woman (I found this out only recently) complained to the front desk about my tights a few years ago. She even threatened to call the police! She didn’t have the courage to say anything to me…she just complained. To this day, I don’t even know who she was. Another woman (an older lady friend) asked me if I wasn’t concerned about being identified as gay. I told her that if folks can’t accept me for who I am as captured to some degree by what I wear, then they’re free to look elsewhere.

            • Black stallion
              January 30, 2018 / 6:11 pm

              Those females especially have no room to talk, since they don’t want anybody telling them what to wear.
              They’re the biggest hypocrites.

            • Lorna
              January 30, 2018 / 7:29 pm

              Second that! Can you imagine the outrage is someone complained about a woman in leggings?

    • Shawn Hunte
      January 30, 2018 / 1:23 am

      Hi Henry. I agree with you 100%. However, in many, many places in the US, even tights for men are generally frowned upon when they are worn without shorts covering them. I’m not gay either, am married (currently separated) and I wear tights to the gym and extreme super skinny jeans everywhere else. I’m a short guy but very muscular throughout the entirety of my physique, but even then I get looks of disdain. For the uniformed/ignorant, they assume that you are either gay or “swing both ways.” I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t care what they say anymore. I just wear what I want to wear. F*&k the naysayers!!

      • Black stallion
        January 30, 2018 / 1:36 am

        Yeah I understand.
        Just because I’m black I’m supposed to wear big baggy jeans, and I’m supposed to have room.
        Well, the spray ons are very comfortable, more comfortable than slim fit, and it’s funny how everybody has input on the damage that can be done by skinny jeans, as far as reproduction. But none of them are dating in my corner, and what they fail to realize is that other factors come into play with failed reproductive counts, mostly obesity, and or diabetes.

      • Ricky
        January 30, 2018 / 9:39 pm

        Hey Shawn, I also live in the south,central Florida,and I get a lot of looks and some negative comments about my spray on jeans. I am a little taller at5’9″ and 170 lbs and some would say muscular but I have confidence and a don’t give a shit attitude about others opinion.Hold you head high and when you negatives ask them how are things in the trailer park.

  15. Vlad
    September 2, 2017 / 5:57 pm

    Thank you, Matt.
    This is what I want.
    I like your look (and when these jeans with a tie).
    I’m skinny like you and so the problem is to pick up the size.
    If you can email me at the email.

    PS Lorna, please, give my Email to Matt.

    • Matt
      September 20, 2017 / 8:46 pm

      glad you like the look 🙂

  16. Bruno
    September 14, 2017 / 4:20 pm

    I have tried several over the years. My tightest are older Jack Wills Fernham which are only about 8″ leg opening in 28 waist – the new ones are not as tight. Hera are also very tight but a bit loose around the hips. Bershka, Topman, Asos and Cheap Monday do ones about 9″-10″. If you are a bargain hunter in UK the discount stores Primark and Peacocks offer 9″-10″ sizes but have a look at the woman’s ones first. Another source in Europe is TKMaxx which get job lots and remaindered batches. I picked up some Ralph Lauren jeans [probably women’s] which are good quality and very tight. There’s plenty out there and you do not have to spend a lot. Most of mine were half price in sales.

  17. Vlad
    September 16, 2017 / 10:19 am

    Tell me, what is your waist size?

    • Matt
      September 18, 2017 / 9:04 pm

      hey Vlad – its 28 in – the jeans are short length…

      • Black Stallion
        September 18, 2017 / 9:32 pm

        Yeah I have them in 28in and in 30 for a more loose fit. But they lave different lengths too I have both S for short, and XS for extra short.
        I have several different combinations, but the black in the picture are 28X28xs

    • Matt
      September 20, 2017 / 8:46 pm

      i do recommend the topman super-spray!

      • Black stallion
        September 21, 2017 / 3:31 am

        30 in waist

      • Black stallion
        September 21, 2017 / 3:33 am

        I just ordered another pair of TM SS size 30 XS

        • Matt
          October 17, 2017 / 3:50 pm

          cool ! – what colour?

          • Black stallion
            October 17, 2017 / 5:47 pm

            I ordered black. But since then, I have ordered a white pair, and of course I have the denim blue.

            • Matt
              October 17, 2017 / 7:40 pm

              nice:), be interested to see a pic of the white…. in my opinion the T-M SS are pretty much the best choice! glad you like them too…

            • Black stallion
              October 17, 2017 / 9:20 pm

              I forgot where to post the pics at. But I think it looks great, white spray on jeans, white deep v neck tee shirt with black and white Nike Cortez.

            • Lorna
              October 17, 2017 / 10:25 pm

              Post the photos on the forum, you can find the button for it on the sidebar near the top, that way –>

            • Black stallion
              October 18, 2017 / 4:30 am

              Okay I posted the pics of the TM collection, I’ll post the pics of the Vendetta jeans later

            • Black stallion
              October 18, 2017 / 4:40 am

              They didn’t have the white jeans in SS so I got them size 28, they still fit good.

            • Matt
              October 18, 2017 / 10:14 pm

              The white super spray are stunning!!, thanks for sharing the pics I’m thinking I’d like to try them…

            • Black stallion
              October 18, 2017 / 11:00 pm

              I’m going to try on the VenDettas today.

            • Matt
              October 18, 2017 / 11:07 pm

              Nice, let us know how they are:)

            • Black stallion
              October 19, 2017 / 2:15 am

              The pics are up. The fit is good. I would recommend them, if asked.
              I’m not to crazy about the Hollister though.

            • Black stallion
              October 19, 2017 / 10:48 pm

              Go for it! I’m very selective when I wear mine, as the slightest hint of dirt, grime, or stain is visible. I use them more as dress attire. First time I wore them, yeah I got a lot of disgusting looks from others. But I also find in common, that these dirty looks come from others who themselves could care-less how they look, but it’s their choice. I’m going to wear what I want, and so should you. Man-up, despite what others think, if you want them get them, if you don’t want them, don’t get them.

            • Black stallion
              October 24, 2017 / 2:43 pm

              Congratulations on stepping outside the box. That’s the way to be. If you want the white skinnies get them and wear them with pride.

            • Matt
              October 19, 2017 / 11:08 pm

              Thanks!, ordered them 🙂

            • Lorna
              October 20, 2017 / 2:07 am

              I think they look really cool 🙂

            • Matt
              October 23, 2017 / 10:53 pm

              thanks Lorna:)

            • Lorna
              October 24, 2017 / 12:15 am

              You’re welcome:)

  18. Bruno
    September 18, 2017 / 12:32 pm

    In normal clothes I usually wear about a 32″ but in stretch jeans I have gone down to 28″, 27″ and even 26″ depending on the material. In women’s sizes I can wear a UK 10 or sometimes 8. Sizing of clothes, shoes and much else is all over the place [vanity sizes?] so try before you buy.

  19. billythefish
    October 5, 2017 / 10:14 am

    Yes sizing is all over the place! When trying on or buying a brand or style I don’t know then I try on or order two sizes and send one back – I go always go for the tightest I think I can into and the next size up

  20. Black Stallion
    October 6, 2017 / 9:22 am

    I just ordered from Vendetta, black without rips, or tears. Has anybody else tried these?
    I’m very satisfied with my collection of TM SS, and Asos, and I even have Some Hollister extreme.

  21. billythefish
    October 7, 2017 / 12:41 pm

    The VenDetta black extreme skinnies look great on their site
    – I’ll be very interested to hear how they fit as your favoured jeans like mine are ultra black extreme tight from waist to ankle.

  22. billythefish
    October 7, 2017 / 12:43 pm

    The VenDetta black no-rips extreme skinnies look great on their site
    – I’ll be very interested to hear how they fit as your favoured jeans like mine are ultra black extreme tight from waist to ankle.

    • Black stallion
      October 7, 2017 / 12:51 pm

      I honestly don’t think they’d be any better, than the TM SS, or they might be just as good.
      I just got a new pair of TM SS XS 30×30 and they are now my #1. The perfect length for me is the XS or extra Short, that way I don’t have to cuff them, and I get a clean look. Along with a nice tee. And Nike Cortez, completes the clean look.

  23. Black stallion
    October 20, 2017 / 4:30 am

    I’ve collected almost all the TM SS, or the Spray ons, and I just got the VenDettas, both fit pretty good, newest are the White spray ons from TM, and Black VenDettas.

  24. Vlad
    October 20, 2017 / 8:39 pm

    Black Stallion und Mutter – white super skinnies – look cool.
    It goes well with the black / white shoes and Metta’s brown shoes.

    • Matt
      October 22, 2017 / 2:46 pm

      cool:), thanks!!

  25. Vlad
    October 21, 2017 / 9:08 pm

    Tell me, what jeans give less creases and wrinkles:
    1) 98% cotton + 2% elastane
    2) 71% cotton, + 26% polyester, + 3% elastane?
    What do you think?

  26. Matt
    October 22, 2017 / 2:53 pm

    would expect the second, perhaps others may have some thoughts on this too… Matt

  27. Black stallion
    October 23, 2017 / 4:02 pm

    Ok, about My Vendetta jeans, I must say that after washing them, they have shrunken a decent amount, they are as good as the TM SS, however they are a little more roomier in the butt, and thighs.
    This is good for us guys who work out our legs, and bike, and are still on the muscular or stocky side. I will post pics of how they fit post wash, and you can see for yourself.

    • Matt
      October 23, 2017 / 6:52 pm

      They look super-cool!

  28. vlad
    October 26, 2017 / 5:14 pm

    Matt, your Topman SS 26KSS look cool.

    • Matt
      October 26, 2017 / 7:47 pm

      thanks Vlad!

  29. Black stallion
    November 2, 2017 / 12:21 pm

    I’m so tired of hearing females saying real men don’t wear skinny jeans, This is so annoying.

    • Lorna
      November 2, 2017 / 1:17 pm

      That’s one of the most ridiculous statements I’ve heard from women and I find it really sexist too. Imagine a guy said ‘real women don’t wear trousers, only skirts’ there would be an up roar!

      • Black stallion
        November 2, 2017 / 4:21 pm

        My point exactly, if I were to say that females are only supposed to wear skirts, and high heels,then I’d be attacked by a gang of fem-a-Nazis.
        And guys don’t necessarily help the situation by their lack of security within themselves by lack of knowledge, or wearing ill fitting clown clothes looking like spuds the clown straight out of Barnum & Baileys Circus.
        Yeah, I used to be against skinny jeans, before they added stretch, but I also didn’t like jeans because they would not fit right, having a small 30” waist, small bone structure, but defined muscles.
        Skinny jeans now are the only jeans that fit me well, still being physically active, and having clothes that move with me, and don’t restrict my movement, or get in the way.
        They act like men are supposed to stand around In canvas slacks, and canvas coats like zombies.

        • Lorna
          November 2, 2017 / 5:19 pm

          As long as you’re comfortable and rocking your jeans and your own look, don’t worry about what anyone else has to say. When the times finally change and it’s everywhere on everyone, they’ll be the out of date ones!

  30. Ricky
    November 2, 2017 / 8:17 pm

    People must learn to be less judgemental of others.Clothing style is a
    personal choice and should not be mocked by the insecure of either sex.
    I have been called gay a few times for wearing my skinnys but I am secure
    enough to blow it off and walk away .Personally i am in my second marriage
    and my wife loves my skinny jeans and dress pants.Again we are the COOL GUYS !!

    • Black stallion
      November 2, 2017 / 10:17 pm

      I don’t know, maybe it’s something in the air that makes everybody think that they are gods gift to who knows.

  31. Black stallion
    November 7, 2017 / 4:07 am

    I just got my Nimes S-O’s today, I will try them when I get time go go somewhere worth dressing nice in my time off from work.

  32. Bruno
    December 24, 2017 / 1:10 pm

    Does anyone know where you can find extreme skinny jeans with zips on the ankles?

    • Lorna
      December 24, 2017 / 2:58 pm

      Good question! I haven’t seen any with zips for men at the moment. If I see some, I will let you know!

      • Henry Coppens
        December 25, 2017 / 7:18 am

        HI All,

        I have three pairs of super stretch skinny jeans with ankle zips – two black one with knee rips and a blue pair with knee rips. They are all female jeans and who’s to know or cares? So if you are bold enough I’m sure there are plenty of female stores divisions that sell these.

        • August 2, 2018 / 10:36 pm

          There are loads for women, none for men. Sign of the times in everything these days!
          Dr Denim have some styles with ankle zips. Even Tesco had 4 way stretch superskinny jeans with ankle zips but all for girls. The Dr Denims are sometimes promoted to men on ASOS (I think when they have the bigger sizes left over) but that’s a good excuse to buy them. I think I did see one pair with ankle zips modelled by a male but it’s a rarity. On ASOS, good idea just to search Dr Denim Jeans and see what shows up. ASOS push the Leroys (for men) at men and for some reason the Kissys and Dixys (low rise styles) also at men, though the manufacturer has them in their own women’s section. At least you can buy with a clear conscience and say well they were advertised for men!
          However, the Dr Denim Lexys sometimes fit and look better and ASOS adveritises them on women. They are more midrise and can sit better because of it. Some of the Kissy and Dixy jeans are very low rise espoecially if you go for tight tight in the smaller sizes.
          By the way, the sizes S, M and L are different for the Leroys (men) then for the others (women). An M in Leroys is about an L in the Kissys , Dixys and Lexys (at least). I ordered a pair of M Leroys and they were huge compared to M Dixys / Lexys.
          by the way Dr Denim has a sale right now at least to the UK. One pair just arrived and just ordered two more pairs. At that price (half price basically on soem styles) it’s time to experiment.

  33. Shawn Hunte
    January 30, 2018 / 2:51 am

    Lorna! You have done it again!! A most excellent post indeed!! I must tell you that your articles are a breath of fresh air to those of us who live in the United States (particularly the southern states). We who are confident and bold enough to wear our extreme super skinny jeans in spite of the various negative reactions from both men and women (and even some children) are encouraged by you and your male counterparts in Great Britain. A quick search of the internet reveals a plethora of forums and posts condemning skinny jeans for men. We are told that we look unattractive and/or too feminine. We are told that we all must be gay if we even deign to try clothing that only women should be privileged to wear. Further, they insult our intelligence by stating that skinny jeans are bad for a man’s privates, and that no self-respecting woman in her twenties and older would ever date a man (no matter how attractive he may be) who wears them. I know that they are only voicing ignorant opinions, but they have at least succeeded in controlling the narrative on this subject here in the US. I’m so thankful for you, Adam, and all of the great people who post on this blog. It is refreshing to hear a collective voice of reason in the midst of the cacophonous nonsense being spewed online. These statements I have cited are only a small sample of the kind of stereo-typical, hateful, uninformed, and disrespectful views that seem to prevalent on the World Wide Web. To be fair, I cannot limit this thinking to the US alone, but its influence is far reaching as it relates to the fashion world. I believe in people having personal preferences where it comes to their choice of clothing. I hate baggy jeans, but I’m not going to waste my time blogging about and insulting guys who wear them. It would be nice to receive the same courtesy when it comes to my choice of skinny jeans, but perhaps that may be asking too much. Lorna…the fact that you are a very beautiful woman who finds skinny jeans attractive on some men in general and your fiancée in particular would quite frankly get you scorned and/or laughed at on some forums, and I’m sure that you know that. I’m quite certain you have your own opposition even in GB. Thanks for your confident and gracious opinion on this. Please keep up the good work!

    • Lorna
      January 30, 2018 / 3:48 pm

      Hi Shawn,

      I’m glad you found this article (there are plenty more on the blog too if you have seen them, if not, run a search as we have women’s skinny jeans for men too). I’m aware that some people would think I am strange for finding skinny jeans on men attractive, but it doesn’t bother me. In the UK it’s common place for men to be wearing skinny jeans, they’re actually standard now. Since most men wear Topman or ASOS, they’re staple jeans are super skinny. I think seeing a guys leg shape is flattering and appealing, I really don’t like baggy jeans as they look ill fitted and unattractive because they hide the guys shape and don’t show any confidence in their masculinity. That’s just my opinion though, everyone is entitled to their own and we should all be accepted for what we want to wear and how we feel. I’m sure in time it will change, I feel like we’re quite forward and advanced in terms of fashion in the UK and as super skinny jeans are mostly accepted here on men, and considered fashionable (you only need to google Essex boys), the rest of the countries should follow suit in time. I’ve had some rude comments before that Adam wears my jeans, women thinking it’s disgusting and horrible, but if they suit him and he looks good in them, how is that any different from a woman borrowing a man’s shirt? Hopefully the closed minds will stop. Well done for being strong and not getting upset by the disrespectful comments!


  34. Henry Coppens
    January 30, 2018 / 7:11 am

    I am from South Africa, white, married. We have similar the ostrich like mentalities about jeans. I expect it’s world wide. What is reassuring is that black males here in SA have taken to wearing very skinny jeans even more so than the white, Asian or coloured (mixed white/black race) males.

    • Black stallion
      January 30, 2018 / 12:05 pm

      It’s all nonsense.
      Everybody wants to throw stones, and nobody is perfect.

  35. Sandy
    April 9, 2018 / 6:13 pm

    Fabulous blog! Just discovered it while shopping for new ‘extreme skinny’ mens/boys jeans.

    Here’s my experience: for a couple years I bought girl skinny jeans and they were ‘ok’ but the shallow pockets were impossible. Two years ago I bought a pair of G-Star Raw girl jeans in Amsterdam (on holiday) but they didn’t hold up well. Then in Bristol UK I saw 2 guys with perfectly skin-tight jeans; and they told me about TopMan; actually pointed me to the stop near Cabot Circus, and I got my first black super spray-on jeans.

    My only complaint is they are hard to get off the ankles (wish they had .. a zipper?). I have 3 pair now; got my most recent in Berlin and then a month ago in New York (their 5th Ave. store) near Rockefeller Center. Again I have trouble getting them off, not on, and the pockets are still a bit too low on the butt than I prefer.

    NOW I think I discovered the best-yet; and they are actually GUY jeans; from LEVI no less. BUT discontinued; which is why this post. I got the men’s and they were great on the legs but too big in other areas. THEN I discovered the BOYS 519. Perfect; but even there had to drop down 2 sizes for the perfect fit. Nobody has them in-stock except a few on Amazon and a few left NOW at JC Penny’s online; not in the stores. So I got the BOYS 20 (I’m normally a 30/30); too big on the waist. Got the BOYS 18 (28/28); near perfect. And just got a pair of BOYS 14 (wow) (27/27) and those are totally perfect if they aren’t too short for you (I’m 5’6″). If they are the size chart is correct, but if you want really tight then get smaller.

    The rise is shorter but not as short as I might like; but I’m short. Anyway all the Levi 519’s are very easy (and stretchy) to get on-and off the legs. At this point they obviously my favorite and like someone else said, I’ll even wear the ‘black stretch’ ones under a sport jacket for work. I didn’t return the slightly less tight ones; rather I will use those for work and the Boys 14 size for fun times. And because I don’t know how long they will stay ‘really black’, I don’t want to use the 28/28 ones too often (those for use with jackets).

    I am stunned that Levi’s discontinued these; and the sales kid at their Outlet store said they were blowing them out at $10.; and he bought 2 pair himself.. and also was buying girl jeans before the 519 (he’s about my height and in college so clearly these are acceptable and normal wear these days. (I paid 25. plus shipping at Penny’s and free shipping on Amazon but they’re out of good sizes). I bet that in a week there will be none left anywhere at the decent prices. Levi should bring the product back… I feel like it’s a collector’s item haha.

    (If anyone has had these for awhile I’d be interested to know if they fade or hold-up; and your experience). .. I’m going back to Europe this Summer and the new Levi Boys 519 is all I will take other than my tight shorts. Cheers!

    • Ricky
      April 9, 2018 / 9:34 pm

      Sandy , I understand your issue with removing skinny jeans , i have found that if you pull them inside out they will slip right off.I know it is a little different but it works for me with my Dr.Denim sprayons. just grab the waist bend and pull down over your feet and keep pulling until they are off. I learned this from my wife and her leggins.

      • August 2, 2018 / 10:21 pm

        Dr. Denims are easy to remove and to put on. It’s mainly because they’re really stretchy but especially at the leg opening, even though the leg opening is often very small 4.5 inches across or 9″ around, or even 4.25/8.5″ on some Lexys or the bleached black Kissy style. The Topman super sprays are easy to get on and off but the plain spray ones I found had stiffer material and were a biut of a nightmare.
        The stretch at the leg opening is a total killer if it isn’t there: I found the Primark super skinny the worst and also the Boohoo super skinny type jeans. Cheap but not a lot of use for wearing. Even though the leg openings were not that small, they it’s a real task to get your feet in and out!

        • Black stallion
          August 3, 2018 / 12:04 am

          I have some from Nimes and some from Vendetta.
          The Nimes are my favorite.

  36. Henry Coppens
    April 10, 2018 / 7:11 am

    Agree. Standard practice with all skinny stretch jeans. One ‘peels’ them off so they end up inside out. This becomes rather difficult if they are not very stretchy, but then such jeans would have been difficult to put on anyway.

  37. Lance Mason
    October 27, 2018 / 11:31 am

    Hi all

    What do you do if, like me, you are an older bloke (in good shape!), you love your super skinny jeans (eg Top Man Super Sprays, River Island, Criminal Damage, Diesel Grupee) and want to wear them all the time, anywhere and everywhere, and your wife completely hates them! Any bright ideas?

    • Black Stallion
      October 27, 2018 / 2:39 pm

      There can be a compromise.
      If she wears what you like, or avoids wearing what you dislike, then I’d say you could take her advice into consideration.
      But if she neglects your opinions, then you can easily neglect her opinions.
      It seems to be the battle of the sexes.

      • Lance Mason
        October 27, 2018 / 3:51 pm

        Thank you. Good advice

    • Lorna
      October 28, 2018 / 1:28 am

      You could also keep wearing them as they make you happy and she will eventually get used to it?

      • Lance Mason
        October 28, 2018 / 8:58 am

        Cheers Lorna. That’s more or less what I have been doing most of the time for the past few years. [I started wearing skinny jeans back in 2014 and they have got skinnier and skinnier since then.] It’s worked a little, but I think I’ll just have to compromise and not wear them all the time she’s around. But they are so comfortable and everyone else seems to be OK with them…. I feel torn!

        • Lorna
          October 29, 2018 / 2:03 am

          I often find as time goes on and things become more and more accepted, it becomes less of an issue or talking point as it’s the ‘normality’ so to speak, so hopefully that happens. A compromise is good though, if you both meet somewhere in the middle. Hopefully she comes round!

        • BlackStallion
          October 30, 2018 / 3:24 pm

          You weigh the opportunity.
          How often does she wear something you like and dislike?
          When she wears something you don’t like, and you offer options or advice, then she gives a positive or negative response.
          You give her advice the equal chance.
          Now if she’s trying to be controlling, or a dictator, or sexist, or whatever you may want to call it, then that’s when you be a man and weigh your options.
          Is she worth it? Is what you should ask yourself.
          In no way do your clothes define who or what you are.

  38. Ed
    December 30, 2018 / 1:50 am

    You do a blog for mens leggings

    • Lorna
      December 31, 2018 / 12:25 am

      We’re a denim website so only cover denim.

  39. Will
    June 16, 2021 / 2:45 pm

    It would be great to have a new post on the current tightest mens spray on skinny jeans for £50 or under. This post was so useful.

    • Lorna
      June 22, 2021 / 6:58 pm

      I’m working on it!

  40. July 1, 2021 / 2:30 pm

    good article, I love denim jeans & denim jackets with embroidered patches on it, it gives it a more stylish look

  41. February 6, 2022 / 3:40 am

    All I can say after years of trying skinny jeans in the US stores and not finding the right fit! I found Nimes in the UK and that are the only super-skinny-spray-on-jeans that fit me tight all over. Just perfect for me. I have 16 pair.

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