Walker Jeans For Men: J-Brand Celebrity Edition

Walker Jeans For Men: J-Brand on Matt Damon. Looking for more celebrity jeans? Well, here’s our very much married imaginary boyfriend Matt Damon wearing a J Brand “Walker” lightweight relaxed straight leg jeans.

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Our imaginary beau may be getting old but he remains a hot piece of uhm, isn’t he?

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Are you running to me, Matty?

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Celebrities Wearing J Brand Jeans. Want more male celebrity jeans? Well, let’s check out these other Hollywood hunks who apparently also love them their J Brand Jeans. J Brand, for those of you not familiar with it, is fairly new in the denim business. It was started six years ago by partners Jeff Rudes and Susie Crippen. In a short span of time, the brand gained some big name celebrity fans like Angelina Jolie and Beyonce Knowles.

Boys of Hollywood, other than Matt Damon, who apparently also love them a pair of J Brand Jeans include Ben Affleck, Gerard Butler, Jake Gyllenhaal, Adrien Brody, and one of the biggest movie stars of all time Clint Eastwood himself.

We’re not sure if this is from a movie or from a magazine photoshoot but we’re pretty sure Clint Eastwood is wearing a J Brand Denim Co-Kane Slim Ventura Jeans.

What do Matt and Ben have in common? Well aside from the fact that they’re both from Boston, that they both have Oscar Awards from the same movie, and that they’re both A-Listers, Matt and Ben both like them their J Brand Walker straight leg jeans.

Another Academy award winner seen wearing J Brand jeans is Adrien Brody.

Jake Gyllenhaal’s got him a pair of J Brands too.

And so does Scottish hunk Gerard Butler who was snapped wearing a J Brand Kane slim straight leg jeans.

With this kind of uber-famous clientele who patronize their brand, Jeff Rudes and Susie Crippen must be grinning from ear to ear. We would be grinning too if we were in their position.

Walker Jeans For Men: J-Brand Celebrity Edition. Posted 1 January 2011. Last updated: November 30, 2019 at 4:48 am.