Rated 5 out of 5Â by jlbond My 6'5" athletically built boyfriend who usually has trouble finding jeans to fit his 34 inch waist and muscular thighs (boohoo, right? :) looks so great in these. He resisted wearing the 38 inch inseam at first, but now these are his absolute favorite jeans. Had to order a second pair
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Gwtwfan Finally jeans that are long enough!
I purchased these jeans for my 21 yealr old athletic college student who is 6'7" 225lbs. Every big and tall store I visited sells long jeans but you also have to be BIG, many only carry 36 length starting at waist size 38 or 40. Levi carries many styles in 34x38 to fit the NORMAL and Tall. The 559 style came in many colors of which I purchased four and were soft and comfortable after the first washing. My only complaint it that they weren't a bit more stylish, the boot cut style available in his size was way too stiff, it was like wearing cardboard. I hope Kohls continues to carry jeans available in the longer lengths in all waist sizes.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by DarkAngel0 Great until washed
These were wonderful until I washed them. Didn't even actually get to wear them out. I washed them in cold water and dried on low heat as per the instructions on the label and they came out looking like a chewed piece of bubble gum. What's worse is that I can't iron them because the way they creased is the way the color washed out of them. They will be going back for my money back. I am disappointed since they are Levi's and that's usually my go to for high quality items. Very disappointed.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by onlineshopper2011 Unflattering Style
I ordered these jeans in the usual size and had to return them because they were WAY to small. I had to order a size 4 sizes BIGGER than normal. The waist sits so low that they pull almost all the way down when sitting or standing......not flattering at all. The jean itself is high quality, thick denim with excellent stitching. It's just the style and sizing that is extremely off on these jeans. And I ordered 4 pairs, so now we are stuck with jeans that can't be worn.