Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Apr 12, 2012.
They also sponsor the ralphie runners
No. Furthermore, since they became the sponsor and I subsequently became aware of the brand, I have yet to actually seen them in a store.
I hadn't heard of them, and I've professed my loyalty to Levis 501s already on this site.
However, I'm very appreciative of their sponsorship, and have even visited their website as a result. I think their market is purely cowboy--previously the exclusive territory of Wrangler.
Yes. They've been around a long time. They sell them in western wear stores. I previously bought their carpenter style jeans because they make a 40" inseam.
That makes a lot of sense to me. They do the rodeo market.
Obviously this game has increased awareness of their brand, so it's probably money well-spent for them. But as mentioned, Cinch jeans aren't in any of the stores at which I shop.
Hadn't heard of them either but now i notice their other ads as well, like on the denver stock show complex.
I'm all for Cinch jeans success, but I'm just a city slicker so never heard of them outside of the RMS and Ralphie runner sponsorship.
The only place I ever see or hear about Cinch Jeans is at the Denver Stock Show and the logo for the RMS.
They adds for jeans and western/rodeo apparel were all over the Houston Rodeo this year.
They remind me of Dan Hawkins.
They are definitely more popular in the western/rodeo areas. I have owned a pair before, pretty decent jeans, well made.
The name makes them seem kinda painful down there. Dont really want my stuff "cinched"
this explains much. sometimes, cinching it is the only way to control it from leaping out unexpectedly ahd helicoptering wildly around in the middle of a public street.
well done, sir.
Being from Wyoming and having lived and spent a lot of time in Texas and Oklahoma, I can tell you they have been around since the 90's and have a significant share of the younger cowboy crowd due to a more modern cut and style. I have a few pairs and like them better than Wranglers.
Finding jeans that fit her was no cinch.
Cinch is a relatively new company (Est. 1996). They are Denver Metro based. I do not think they have the reach of a venerable brand like Levis but they are moving up. I support them because they are a Colorado Company.
I believe Cinch is part of and owned by Miller International which used to be Miller Stockman.
I thought it was TOS violation to post bingo wings....
She's got the arms of Mick Jagger at the Superbowl.
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