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#51 2013-01-18 10:47am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

Skinny hipster jeans lol


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#52 2018-04-06 3:48am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

lol


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#53 2018-04-06 4:51am

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Oh yes, i remember that !! Best bmx brakes ever... lol


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#54 2018-04-06 4:58am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

Ah come on, this is an old school site, just tight roll your right pant leg.  lol

My daughters want to ride as soon as i get home from work, I encourage riding anytime,  sometimes do the dress pants in the sock. 
What a sight that is.

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#55 2018-04-06 7:47am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

FatGuy wrote:

Shorts.

not always a good look lol   me in the late 80's

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/img001-15ac789079d.jpg

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#56 2018-04-06 8:01am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

nice picture.  did  you take that bike on some sweet jumps?  luckily i'm young enough to have gotten into Bermuda shorts i was only in shorty shorts (dove shorts) when i was in early elementary 1980-1985ish


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#57 2018-04-06 8:40am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

72ss454 wrote:

BMX-Wing wrote:

quick2 wrote:

I thought this was the reason "pegging"  your jeans was invented in the 80's (fold em over, then roll em up once or twice) tongue
that's what me and my friends always did

Thats the French Cuff lol
I did it too...hmmlol

Tight roll is what we called it around here.

The tight roll


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#58 2018-04-06 8:43am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

Just wear the tighest jeans your package can endure,problem solved.


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#59 2018-04-06 8:46am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

I found out later in life some places called it peg leg. man that look was so uncool.   haha.  the tighter I could get it the better.  I even used staples.


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#60 2018-04-06 9:47am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

Ha,  I had a few pair that my mother resewed the leg seam from knee to ankle to get them extra tight leg.  Went awesome with my mullet.


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#61 2018-04-06 9:51am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

Indyjps wrote:

Ha,  I had a few pair that my mother resewed the leg seam from knee to ankle to get them extra tight leg.  Went awesome with my mullet.

My friends grandma did his so i liked it so much I broke out my mom's sewing machine and did a couple of my pants and dickies the same way. also went good with my mullet.


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#62 2018-04-06 10:16am

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Re: Jean's stuck in the Chain

Eric DeCastro wrote:

nice picture.  did  you take that bike on some sweet jumps?  luckily i'm young enough to have gotten into Bermuda shorts i was only in shorty shorts (dove shorts) when i was in early elementary 1980-1985ish

Bermuda shorts  lol that's a luxury my parents bought my clothing then . they would never spring for Bermuda shorts + I got all my brothers hand me downs. sad


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bikes were made to be pedalled if we don't ride them they get sad:(!
YES I RIDE A PINK BIKE!! WANT TO MAKE SOME THING OUT OF IT!

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