Levi's or Wranglers

Which brand do you prefer?


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Jan 2015
54,840
16,495
Great State of Texas
Red and blue states are buying blue jeans differently.

Republicans are more likely to wear Wrangler jeans, a brand popular in the West and Midwest, while Democrats favor San Francisco-based brand Levi’s, appealing to Americans living in cities, consumer research data cited by the Wall Street Journal show.

Levi’s customer base shifted from 2004 to 2018, growing by 3 percentage points to a more Democratic consumer base, while Wrangler’s swayed 13 percentage points toward a Republican customer base, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. The Journal findings were drawn from 15 years of consumer surveys by research firm MRI-Simmons.



It seems everything is political these days.

Personally, I never considered my blue jeans political.

And, for the record .... this political model doesn't exactly fit me.

I'm a Levi's guy.
 
Nov 2015
8,692
2,971
UK
Red and blue states are buying blue jeans differently.

Republicans are more likely to wear Wrangler jeans, a brand popular in the West and Midwest, while Democrats favor San Francisco-based brand Levi’s, appealing to Americans living in cities, consumer research data cited by the Wall Street Journal show.

Levi’s customer base shifted from 2004 to 2018, growing by 3 percentage points to a more Democratic consumer base, while Wrangler’s swayed 13 percentage points toward a Republican customer base, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. The Journal findings were drawn from 15 years of consumer surveys by research firm MRI-Simmons.



It seems everything is political these days.

Personally, I never considered my blue jeans political.

And, for the record .... this political model doesn't exactly fit me.

I'm a Levi's guy.
Neither because you pay a small fortune for the name. I just buy shops own brand from Marks & Spencers and sometimes from Tesco's and Asda.

In the UK, they're all made in Pakistan, Vietnam or India.
 
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Sep 2019
2,291
606
Idaho
Since impeachment is dead there's not a lot to talk about in here and leftist are changing the subject or off pouting in their bedrooms so this subject is good for taking a break from politics. I switched to wrangler. Fit me better, last a long time and I can buy the exact size and style I want on their website
 
Oct 2011
18,651
16,000
Washington State
Red and blue states are buying blue jeans differently.

Republicans are more likely to wear Wrangler jeans, a brand popular in the West and Midwest, while Democrats favor San Francisco-based brand Levi’s, appealing to Americans living in cities, consumer research data cited by the Wall Street Journal show.

Levi’s customer base shifted from 2004 to 2018, growing by 3 percentage points to a more Democratic consumer base, while Wrangler’s swayed 13 percentage points toward a Republican customer base, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. The Journal findings were drawn from 15 years of consumer surveys by research firm MRI-Simmons.



It seems everything is political these days.

Personally, I never considered my blue jeans political.

And, for the record .... this political model doesn't exactly fit me.

I'm a Levi's guy.
I'm just shocked you wear pants.
 

johnflesh

Former Staff
Feb 2007
28,151
21,055
Weirdo
Neither. I mean I really like both brands but don't wear hard denim anymore. Too hard on the package.

I like well-washed Carhartt, Dickies or Duluth. Most are fairly expensive but I haven't had a need to replaced any of them.
 
Nov 2008
65,555
5,236
Washington state
Bruce Dickinson: Easy, guys.. I put my pants on just like the rest of you -- one leg at a time. Except, once my pants are on, I make gold records


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Jun 2014
51,581
53,394
United States
Red and blue states are buying blue jeans differently.

Republicans are more likely to wear Wrangler jeans, a brand popular in the West and Midwest, while Democrats favor San Francisco-based brand Levi’s, appealing to Americans living in cities, consumer research data cited by the Wall Street Journal show.

Levi’s customer base shifted from 2004 to 2018, growing by 3 percentage points to a more Democratic consumer base, while Wrangler’s swayed 13 percentage points toward a Republican customer base, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. The Journal findings were drawn from 15 years of consumer surveys by research firm MRI-Simmons.



It seems everything is political these days.

Personally, I never considered my blue jeans political.

And, for the record .... this political model doesn't exactly fit me.

I'm a Levi's guy.

I preferred Levi's when I was young, but most of my jeans are Wranglers now. Prolly just a price point situation. I haven't really given it much thought.
 
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