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Why do jeans tear up underneath?

Asked by mazingerz88 (18445 points ) February 9th, 2012

For years, I have jeans which tear up below the crotch area. Is this a normal wear and tear situation? Is it possible to avoid? I have less than two year old jeans that end up with a hole right away. I wash them once a week.

What I do sometimes is tie the pants in a single knot assuming it would prevent its undercarriage from being overly stretched. Thanks.

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mrentropy's avatar

That particular part is usually being constantly rubbed while walking. Unless worn by a bow-legged person.

chyna's avatar

Do you buy the same brand each time? If so, change brands. Sounds like a stress point, so maybe you are buying jeans that doesn’t fit your physique.

john65pennington's avatar

You have been buying inferior jeans. I have blue jeans that are many years old and still as good as ever….........in all places.

Try another brand and see what happens.

If this same situation occurs, the jeans are not the problem.

ucme's avatar

This same issue crops up with me from time to time.
I put it down to the fact that I go “commando” & have the testicles of a silverback gorilla.
Occupational hazard, as it were.

wundayatta's avatar

Is this your way of telling us how big your cock is?

mazingerz88's avatar

Ha ha ha, no, this is not about my junk at all. I have Levis 501 jeans and my gf has Seven for all Mankind jeans which tear up as well in the same spot. I think I’ll get another brand. Thanks yah all!

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