Tight rolled pants

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Tight rolled jeans.

Tight rolled pants, also referred to as pegged pants, was a fad of the late 1980s early 1990s in which girls and boys would tightly roll the bottoms of their jeans or other pants that they wore. Reportedly, the fad made a comeback in the first decade of the 2000s, beginning in London.[1]

Though the practice is typically referred to as "rolling", the proper term is, according to Dutch newspaper Trouw, "folding".[2] In Sweden, a factory worker was fired from his job because, it was argued, tight-rolled pants can pose a safety risk.[3]

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