Dollar Generalrivet steel co jeans that are sold at dollar general

J Jun 12, 2019
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I bought 2 pairs of Jeans two days ago. My husband put on a pair went to work and this is what they look like after only having them on and hour.. I paid 12.95 for each of these pair of jeans and only a able to wear for less than an hour... I think dollar gwneral should at least make sure the stuff they sell are somewhat durable.. I will no longer buy work jeans from Dollar General..

rivet steel co jeans that are sold at dollar general

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  • Ca
    capture1 Jun 16, 2019

    I agree as an employee that dollar general clothing is crap that's why I won't buy it...……… i.e. you get what you pay for.

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  • Da
    Dave711 Jun 12, 2019

    $12.95? That's less than half of what decent jeans cost. What did you expect? Cheap crap made in sweatshops overseas Stop catering to foreign manufacturers and buy American any way . Even though they are made outside the US have you considered Levis? Ever hear of them? They last awhile!

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  • Js
    Jshattuck Jun 15, 2019
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    @Dave711 No need to be rude.. Just was letting everyone know they are ok just to wear around as long as you sit at home and don't work..

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