Jeans patch: belt through it?

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by shadowrider, Feb 22, 2017.

  1. shadowrider

    shadowrider One of the Regulars

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    Random question. Are you supposed to slide your belt through the patch on the back on your blue jeans, when it is not sewn on the sides?

    Do you folks do that?
    Personally I don't, but I don't know if there is a "correct" way.
     
  2. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    Back when I briefly had Lee jeans I did. It was a thick patch, clearly intended to be treated like an additional, wide beltloop. Anything I've had since was stitched down all around. For Lee, it was clearly a branding thing, their equivalent of the Levis tag on the rear pocket. Up to you whether you fall in line with that, of course (or even keep the label in place...).
     
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  3. BoxerguyT89

    BoxerguyT89 New in Town

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    I put mine through on my Iron Heart jeans.
     
  4. Cocker

    Cocker Practically Family

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    Did it this morning with my SJC Yard Boss.
     
  5. emigran

    emigran Practically Family

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    YA beat me to it... I was gonna ask this question the other day jus to see...
    I wear LEE...and always went over... will try under...
    Silly, huh...
     
  6. robrinay

    robrinay One Too Many

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    Always under on Lee for me.
     

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