10 Best Jeans to Buy in Bulk

Once you slide into that perfect pair of jeans (you know: a pair that fits through the leg, shows off your shoes, and happens to be more comfortable than your laze-around sweats), everything clicks. How'd I go so long without you?, you may think. Once this happens, there's an easy solution: Stock up.

Straight-leg selvedge denim jeans from A.P.C. photo

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A.P.C. New Standard Dry Selvedge Denim Jeans

The true denim-heads out there know the feeling of putting on a brand-new pair of dry selvedge jeans, buying them slightly too tight, and just letting them form and fit to your body. That process is the best part about breaking them in, but then once you finish the process, it's great to start with the next pair all over again. Eventually, you will have an inky new dry pair, a broken-in pair, and a worn-out pair—and the option to wear whichever fits your mood. ($210; mrporter.com)

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Blue denim slim-fit jeans from AG Jeans photo

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AG Jeans Matchbox Slim-Fit Jeans

If you're looking for a slim jean but not trying to shop in the women's department (no shame there, fellas, if that's indeed your move) then these are a great option. AG is known to allow a little more room for the guys with thighs, so this means these will be cut for a more athletic leg while keeping a trim shape. ($178; bloomingdales.com)

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Denim athletic-fit jeans from Lucky Brand photo

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Lucky Brand 410 Athletic Fit

These jeans from Lucky Brand are great for the guy who is looking to get away from baggy but isn't ready for skin-hugging tightness. The subtle wash and whiskers are done so well, they look like your own—and at under $100, looks-like-your-own is a great investment. ($99; luckybrand.com)

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Medium-washed slim fit performance jeans by Levi photo

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Levi's 511 Slim-Fit Performance Stretch Jeans

511's come in some of the best washes in the Levi's family, and they're distressed just the right amount. But the 511's are cut with a lower waist and much slimmer leg, so those of us with beefier proportions have little luck when trying to make these work. Luckily, you'll find added stretch in this pair, so they are more accommodating of hefty-legged guys. Plus, at under $75, it's a no-brainer to stock up on a few pairs. ($74.50; macys.com)

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Medium-washed super slim denim jeans from Abercrombie & Fitch photo

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Abercrombie & Fitch Super Slim Jeans

Remember when Abercrombie was the place to get jeans, but they were so dang overpriced? Well the quality remains, but the price has become a bit more wallet-friendly. These guys know their stuff when it comes to denim, and their super slim jeans are a great example of their updated cost-to-quanity ratio. ($78; abercrombie.com)

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Dark-washed denim jeans with selvedge look photo

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Acne Studios Max Straight Jeans

If you want the look of dry, raw denim but prefer a modern stretch, these are the perfect pair of jeans for you. Dyed dark indigo gives a stiff selvedge look, but a hint of stretch lets you bend the pants to your will. This Italian-made minimalist style is worth a solid investment. ($230; barneys.com)

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Selvedge slim-fit stretch jeans with hem rolled from Gap photo

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Gap Selvedge Slim-Fit Stretch Jeans

If you're not trying to drop the cash required for Italian denim, don't worry about it. These stretch selvedge jeans are a classic addition to every man's wardrobe (they look good with everything) but they don't give you sticker shock. At around $100, you'll leave knowing you just bought all the jeans you're going to need for a very long time. ($108; gap.com)

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Guy wearing dark-washed skinny jeans with a black t-shirt photo

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Hudson Axl Skinny Jeans

A little more modern, the stretch style from Hudson have the tonal stitching required for punk rock. You could dress these up—as long as you bring the attitude. The fit is slim, but it's not a skinny fit, so they are a bit more friendly towards guys with larger legs. ($175; hudsonjeans.com)

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Dark-washed, slim-fit, and stretch-denim jeans by Ermenegildo Zegna photo

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Ermenegildo Zegna Slim-Fit Stretch-Denim Jeans

If you find that pair of dress trousers that fit you perfectly, you ask for them in every color. The same goes for jeans. Ermenegildo Zegna doesn't do an ill-fitting pant. So, they put that fine craftsmanship to work in a stretch denim that sits higher on your waist—just like a good trouser. Pick up a few of these and never look run-down or worn-out in your jeans again. ($455; mrporter.com)

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Guy wearing medium-washed skinny jeans and a mustard sweater photo

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BDG Royal Wash Skinny Jean

There are no bells or whistles here. No sales pitch. Just a good pair of jeans that fit well for a good price. Pick a pair to wear in, a pair to wear out, and a pair to wear all about. Sure, these might not win any Fancy Pants awards, but they won't tick anyone off either. ($49; urbanoutfitters.com)

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