Rated 2 out of 5Â by greenie68 comfort hit, quality miss
Sadly the quality of fabric used has drastically declined within the last few years. My husband will own these for just a couple of weeks before they tear or wear thin in various areas. It is really frustrating because they are the only jeans he likes the cut and fit in. We have searched high and low for something he likes as much without success. I had hoped it was a momentary issue and Levi would return to their top quality, but so far we are replacing these as fast as we can afford to. Disappointed.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by proverbs235 My husband's favorite jeans.
The rise in the jeans lends to its comfort.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Flipnotic Levi's 560 jeans
I started buying my jeans at Kohls online because I recently lost quite a bit of weight and it is rare to find 32X36 560s in any local stores. I bought 2 pair of the "New Age Bleach" and 2 pair of the "Stonewash-Stone" 560s. I like the "Stonewash" pants better. I think the quality of Levi's has gone down over the years. After calling the company I learned they only put 7 loops in pants 38" waist and larger now. They started this about 5 years ago. I have other things I wanted to say but my last review was rejected so I'll stop here. The pants are still good quality though.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Davezila What happened to Levis Quality??
These Levis are certainly not the excellent jeans of the past. Lets start with the denim fabric - It is so incredibly thin and non durable. Comapre them to a pair from a few years ago. Much lighter weight and noticably smaller stack height when folded. Remember the old "Two Horse" Levis logo - well, two bunnies could probably pull them apart these days. I have purchased 3 pairs recently and belt loops on all three pairs have easily torn out of the fabric. And no I'm not putting stress on them other than a simple leather belt. The sizing is hit or miss too. And on top of all that, the most recent pairs have miss-colored stiching along the top of the back pocket as well as on the pocket logo. For the money paid - they have become junk.