If not washed properly, denim does have a chance of shrinking. Heat and water can cause the shape of the jeans to change. More »

It might be possible to shrink blue jeans using boiling water and heat, but some blue jeans are made using materials that are sanforized that won't shrink more than 1 percent. Blue jeans made with raw materials that have... More »

To keep cut off jeans from fraying, hem them or fuse interfacing to the back of the denim. The hemming method requires an extra seam allowance. More »

The small pocket on the front of jeans began as a way to keep a pocket watch in 1902. It was originally referred to as the "watch pocket," and is the reason many pairs of jeans get the distinctive "five-pocket" label. More »

High-quality materials, fit and construction are the main benefits of wearing name-brand jeans. Additionally, well-known brands update their designs often to stay on-trend and offer a range of fashionable styles and cuts... More »

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Find stores selling cheap Red Monkey jeans, also known as RMC Martin Ksohoh jeans, by typing "Red Monkey jeans" in the search box of sites such as Amazon.com and eBay.com, then sorting the results by lowest-to-highest pr... More »

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To stretch out jeans that are too tight, simply soak in a bathtub filled with warm water while wearing the jeans. Afterward, while still wearing the wet jeans, do a few sets of lunges and squats. More »