Clothes of the Eighties, Quickzip Jeans
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Sex: Women's
Type of clothing: Jeans
When it was popular: Mid Eighties
Description: Har! Har! these had the zipper that went all the way down to the crotch and then back up the other side!!! I didn't own a pair but lots of popular sexy girls did!
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jeannie wong - August 26, 2007 - Report this comment
they were mainly made by rag city blues or fredericks of hollywood.
Jeans Lover - August 23, 2008 - Report this comment
These jeans were hugely popular in the 80's and I had several pairs. They were made by Rag City Blues and I wore them extremely tight. Rag City Blues is making them again and I bought many more. Warning! Do not buy cheap knock-offs as I did once before as the cheap zipper on them sprung open in public! This has never happened with Rag City Blues jeans.
M.C. - August 23, 2008 - Report this comment
I agree with Jeans Lover. These jeans were extremely popular and were meant to be worn very tight. Be sure to take note of the warning; buy only Rag City Blues jeans if you want this type of jean. When these were in style in the 80's I bought a cheaper, look alike pair. They were ultra tight and fit good. I got plenty of looks from these jeans. I also got plenty more looks when, while standing at the counter in a store to pay, the damnned zipper sprung open, unzipping all the way down and halfway up the back. I was exposed from my belly button on down and could not get them zipped back up. I was mortified and ran to the changing room to zip up. I then promptly bought the "original jeans" and never had an episode like this again. That was then, recently I bought more of these jeans, wear them ultra skin tight (my husband likes this and so do I), and sometimes go panty-less (likes that too!). No popping zippers! Buy only the original from their on-line store!
Anonymous - September 01, 2008 - Report this comment
I read both comments about the quick zip or, as they were also called, zip-around jeans. My wife recently purchased several pairs of these from Rag City Blues and she loves them. Actually, she seen them and I bought them for her. She wears them skin tight, like they shoud be, and has never had any zipper failures. However, I can remember when they were first popular in the 80's and were a bit pricey. So, some girls opted to buy the cheaper look-alikes. One woman that worked with me did so; bought cheaper ones, wore them tight and payed the price when the zipper popped open and the jeans split in two! Talk about embarrassment. Lucky for her she had a thong on!
Alice - February 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Click click. My sister has theses. She won't let me wear them. and were the same size. I use to sneak in her room and stold them and whe nshe was away, I wore them, She neevr too kthem with her.
Lisa Koffler - January 19, 2011 - Report this comment
How do you go to the bathroom with those?
TB - August 29, 2011 - Report this comment
Go to the bathroom? Well, if they are not too tight then that would not be a problem. Just unzip them and go. If worn skin tight like I do, needing to lay down to zip them, then make sure you go before going out. Just hope you don't need to go while out or else you will be left struggling with the zipper in the bathroom.
Dnl - November 15, 2011 - Report this comment
Were these also mid-'70s to early '80s? I don't think anyone my age wore them (b. 1970), they were more for the older girls in the early '80s. I think my babysitter had a pair of these when I was 9 or 10.
TB - November 17, 2011 - Report this comment
I don't believe they were mid 70's. Maybe late 70's, but definitely 80's. I live on the East Coast and have never seen many women wearing them, just a few in the 80's and none now. I love them and wear mine all the time.
Tammy - October 04, 2012 - Report this comment
LOL! I had several pairs of Rag City ones. I loved them! BUT while at Disneyland on one of the rides the seat belt hooked onto the zipper at the very first turn, that was the ride from hell! I could feel at every bump and turn more and more wind. When the ride was finished and everyone was stopped I stayed seated, I said my zipper broke, the attendant brought me a napkin to cover up with, I laughed and explained, he got me his coat and let me go into a storage closet to fix them.

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