Fitting the gusseted jean
I bought a pair of jeans with a gusset recently. I’ve been meaning to do that for a long time but only did it now because I have a customer making gusset jeans for men. It’s good to do competitive analysis even though this doesn’t really apply due to sex, just to get a feel for the range of options in the marketplace. Automakers do this all the time but worse (so called “tear downs”) so you should too.
I can’t be very specific about the brand I bought because I don’t want to be the cause of any unintended conclusions in the event I am misinterpreted and besides, they didn’t ask for my opinion. It’s a little different if a consumer does it rather than somebody like me with an arguably vested interest (technically, they’d hire me to fix it or consult with them to fix their grade). So the company is unnamed and I’d appreciate it if you didn’t mention the brand either. I’ve been much more specific on all counts here in the forum.
If you like and assuming it would be educational, we can troubleshoot the causes of these problems here as long as we don’t identify the company or cause any ill will. For what it’s worth, even though I’m less than satisfied with the product’s fit, I will continue to buy their products because they are a good value for what I need in a pair of jeans and plus, I don’t have to go to a store to buy them.
So, the floor is all yours. What say you? As always, think beyond the obvious…