During easter I decided to buy some Draggins. I took three pairs into the changing rooms. The first pair fitted really well but, oh-no, I noticed they were women's jeans. So I tried on every other style in the shop, even cargo pants, but nothing could beat those comfy black women's draggins. Eventually I went to the counter and said "I'll have this pair" and put the others back on the shelf. When I came back I overheard the two guys behind the counter in serious conversation, with grim looks, saying "We can't sell these to him.". The sales guy looked up and said "I'm sorry, you can't buy these jeans, they're a women's cut." I explained that I'd put them on by mistake and then tried everything else in the shop but they were the only ones that really fit. Anyway, apart from the removable label, there's nothing that identifies them as women's jeans, so no-one will know. The rest of the transaction was completed in slience. I think our tacit understanding was that a man selling women's clothes to another man, especially in a motorcycle shop, is a clear violation of the Bloke's Code. Buy hey, it is hard to find really comfortable jeans, so if we just get through this quickly and don't talk about it, then it should be ok. Just to be sure, I went for a ride in the Dandenongs that afternoon. I found they didn't affect the masculinity of my riding in any way, so I think I'm in the clear.