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Alvin Hansen

3/18/2017 7:22:12 PM
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Affordable Boot Cut Jeans

Years ago (apparently a LONG time ago) I used to be able to buy Mark's house brand Denver Hayes boot cut jeans. They were priced around $30 and also were available in uneven sizes (eg. 33W, 35W, 37W etc). Fast forward to the present and all that is available in a boot cut style is the Mark's flex tech model (for about $60 regular price). Moreover, I've found that the pockets wear holes within a few months of use. Does anybody know of a store that still sells basic boot cut jeans (not hung up on brand names) for $40 or less?

 
 
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Brenda

3/18/2017 7:31:03 PM
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Jul 2005
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maybe

New System store

AndreaD.

3/18/2017 7:53:05 PM
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Dec 2011
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Warehouse One

Warehouse One has all styles all the time. They Are at the Corral Centre. I suggest checking them out first.  
My daughter likes boot-cut low rise (mid-rise at warehouse one) only. Never dissapointed.  
Other option is Old Navy if you are in Winnipeg or shopping online.

NoCares

3/18/2017 8:11:15 PM
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Jan 2009
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Jwjdjd

Warehouse One currently has jeans buy on get on 50% off. I bought two pairs of their newest type of jeans (one boot cut and one skinny) for just under $100.

MrD

3/19/2017 5:59:19 AM
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Mar 2010
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Walmart

Decent jeans for 19.99  
Each pair I've bought were Wrangler  
Each pair lasted over a year

Lookandlearn

3/19/2017 10:17:35 AM
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Apr 2014
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Walmart

I second Walmart.

Fondue

3/19/2017 1:16:55 PM
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Apr 2007
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Yes Walmart and also Amazon.ca.

ultraguy

3/19/2017 3:16:13 PM
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You could try Bluenotes. Boot cut isn't really in style anymore though, if you are normal sized or thin, slim fit looks a lot better.

winditup123

4/3/2017 12:41:03 PM
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Nov 2016
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Maurices

In the mall has a nice selection. They come in regular, short, and long and there is a nice variety. Also prices are fair, depends what you like

Knucklehead

4/3/2017 12:47:10 PM
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Jun 2014
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Maurices

I second maurices. They're cheap and have a nice selection. I always seem to wear the inner thigh out but for the price of them I don't mind. As long as they last 3/4 of the year I'm happy.

Alvin Hansen

4/3/2017 4:52:27 PM
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Dec 2016
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Not interested in being ";in style";

Style comes and goes. I've worn cowboy boots for years, which is why I want boot cut jeans to go over the tops of my boots. It is not my nature to try to follow trends. I wear what feels good for me.

Abbysmum

4/3/2017 9:30:18 PM
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Mar 2009
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Peavey Mart?

My husband used to get Work King brand ones from TSC on sale for $10-$15 a pair. He wears boot cut as well as he wears work boots all day. They last him literally years. Maybe Peavey Mart has something comparable, seeing how so much seems similar?


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