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Rated 1 out of 5 by Is it just me or is Levi quality waning? Purchased 2 pairs of these jeans at a great price. Unfortunately, when they arrived I was very unhappy with the quality of the jeans. I have been purchasing these same jeans, in this same style, for years and this is the first time I have been disappointed. The look is the same but the material is so thin that the pants appear to be made from dress pant material. The stitching is also messy and uneven in spots along the hem. When holding these pants up to the light you can see the light through them. I will definitely be inspecting any Levis that I may purchase in the future. 12/05/2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Brand quality is certainly NOT what it used to be After washing inside out and in cold water there was still a lot of color loss. The denim is quite light and the seams twisted and puckered along with lots of wrinkles over all coming out of a low dry setting. Needing to iron denim jeans is just not right! Sorry Levi, as for my family and me, if this is indicative of the quality you are accepting, we will be moving on! Final word: went from potentially a fav pair of jeans before washing to barely "meh" after. 03/19/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect fit for the slim male My husband is 5'7" and slim. It is very difficult for him to find jeans that suit his age (style wise - he's not into the baggy/skater look), his activity level (he works outside 99% of the time and is very hard on his jeans) and his body type (he is slim so again, the baggy-er style jeans do not flatter him). Our son is built the SAME way. Fortunately for me, they have this style in adult and boys. This is the style they both wear. This style flatters their body type very well. I often find that when they try on the 'average' size/style clothes that it looks like they're trying on 'their father's clothes' if that makes sense. The average sizes/styles hang off of them both. 514 is the ideal style for them. Hope this helps someone who has the same situation. 07/19/2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good jeans, if you like tighter waists and inseam These aren't bad jeans. They feel durable and good enough to wear around the house or out on the town. My only complaint is that they fit a bit tighter in the crotch and waist area. If they could loosen that up a bit, then they would be a great pair of jeans. If you are a pretty skinny person and like a tighter fit, then these jeans should work well. Otherwise, if you want a little more roominess in the upper leg, crotch, and waist area, then you pay want to go with a different style/fit. The 505's work better for me in a straight fit. 02/01/2012
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