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Or any of you familiar with or have you purchased Origin Clothing and Boots?

Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:01 pm
Posted by Mike da Tigah
Bravo Romeo Lima Alpha
Member since Feb 2005
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Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:01 pm
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An American Made company making clothing and boots in the US is definitely worth considering in my estimation, and the products look to be nice quality as well, which makes me wonder if anyone here has ever purchased anything from Origin before, and how is it?


Posted by Loup
Ferriday
Member since Apr 2019
11112 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:08 pm to
Watch the rose anvil video on their boots
Posted by Rize
Spring Texas
Member since Sep 2011
15713 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:09 pm to
I can’t do boots with laces. Picking stickers out of them sucks arse.
Posted by SelaTiger
Member since Aug 2016
17885 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:13 pm to
Boots look decent but $330 and don’t appear to be goodyear welt. I would expect anything over $200 to be goodyear welt.
Posted by Lester Earl
Member since Nov 2003
278017 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:14 pm to
Looks like Abercrombie

I’m good
Posted by TJack
BR
Member since Dec 2018
1254 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:16 pm to
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Or any of you
WTF?
This post was edited on 2/17/24 at 3:17 pm
Posted by FCP
Delta State Univ. - Fightin' Okra
Member since Sep 2010
4759 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:17 pm to
Why wouldn’t you just buy Red Wing boots if Made in USA is important? Their boots will actually last for a while and probably cost less than these wannabes.
Posted by OweO
Plaquemine, La
Member since Sep 2009
113838 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:19 pm to
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An American Made company making clothing and boots in the US


In a perfect world this is cool, honestly, but if I can get the same quality for cheaper then I am going to pay less. I am speaking from a customer side in general.
Posted by Sao
East Texas Piney Woods
Member since Jun 2009
65555 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:23 pm to
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can’t do boots with laces. Picking stickers out of them sucks arse.


How do you avoid stickers on your jeans/pants that extend over the boot ankle?
Posted by Mike da Tigah
Bravo Romeo Lima Alpha
Member since Feb 2005
58850 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:23 pm to
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In a perfect world this is cool, honestly, but if I can get the same quality for cheaper then I am going to pay less. I am speaking from a customer side in general.




I don’t disagree, but it’s a pretty fresh startup company, and with some time and support, maybe they can make it, and pricing and options will work its way out. I just like the direction they’re going in and hope this takes off. I don’t mind paying money for clothing, or boots, or anything as long as it’s going to last and there’s craftsmanship that I’m paying for. I hope we see a lot more of this in the future to be honest.
Posted by Rize
Spring Texas
Member since Sep 2011
15713 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:25 pm to
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can’t do boots with laces. Picking stickers out of them sucks arse. How do you avoid stickers on your jeans/pants that extend over the boot ankle?


It’s much easier to scrape them off a pant leg with your pocket knife vs fricking with them in your boot laces.
This post was edited on 2/17/24 at 3:49 pm
Posted by VABuckeye
Naples, FL
Member since Dec 2007
35458 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:45 pm to
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Why wouldn’t you just buy Red Wing boots if Made in USA is important?


If that’s the criteria I prefer Danner.
Posted by Sput
Member since Mar 2020
7869 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 3:55 pm to
Looks ghey hipster. Ask on the Aggy board for better results
Posted by TigerFanatic99
South Bend, Indiana
Member since Jan 2007
27416 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 4:35 pm to
quote:


In a perfect world this is cool, honestly, but if I can get the same quality for cheaper then I am going to pay less. I am speaking from a customer side in general.


I don't even mind paying a few percent more for American made, but I'm not going to just let myself get gouged to say I bought local.
Posted by duckblind56
South of Ellick
Member since Sep 2023
1052 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 4:54 pm to
$129 for a pair of jeans.
Posted by homesicktiger
High altitude hell
Member since Oct 2004
1364 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 4:55 pm to
I bought 2 pair of the "factory jeans." I like the fit much better than the usual carhartt pants I used to wear. Build quality is very good. I actually looked over all the stitching and there were zero loose or frayed threads hanging. Pockets are full denim material, not thin cotton fabric. To others complaining about cost, you get what you pay for.

I don't have their boots. They have some bison leather, but not in the style boot I'd like. I'm a older Redwing / Ariat customer, but when my current pair wear out, I might try Origin's.
Posted by LSURussian
Member since Feb 2005
126825 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 4:57 pm to
Could you please re-size those photos to make them a little larger?

I can barely see them because they're so small...
Posted by Mike da Tigah
Bravo Romeo Lima Alpha
Member since Feb 2005
58850 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 5:29 pm to
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$129 for a pair of jeans.


I’ve paid that for jeans before and they are still in the lineup and looking sharp, because as another said, you get what you pay for, unless of course you’re paying for some name branded or other more trendy nonsense. I don’t mind paying for something that stands the test of time and wear. What I do mind is buying anything at any price that can’t get me through a year without it looking like hot garbage.


Posted by KI5NKM
Member since Jul 2021
136 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 5:35 pm to
I’ve got 2 pair of their jeans and a pair of their jogger.

All excellent quality and would buy again.

Got the jeans when they were running the buy 2 get them for $99 each. They seem to do that often.

I’ve worn vertx delta stretch pants for years but the next time I need a pair I’m going g to switch to the origin nyloc field paint.
This post was edited on 2/17/24 at 5:40 pm
Posted by LSUSUPERSTAR
TX
Member since Jan 2005
16296 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 6:28 pm to
I have two pairs of the delta flex tapered fit. They are hands down the best pair of jeans I've ever worn. I used to wear Lucky jeans, but these are better for a little more money and are made in the USA.

Right now they are doing the buy 2 for $99 each. I would wait for a sale on the boots. They had a good deal for Black Friday that I missed buying some. I'll do it this year.
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