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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Short size needed Your quality is good, your price is average to good, the look is good so why the bad review? Because you think all men have at least a 29 inch inseam. I'm sick and tired of all the attention being paid to big and tall while you expect shorter people to roll up their pant legs. I'm 5' 7" but have a short inseam and I'm not alone. My guess is your best selling size is a 30 inch inseam because short people like me have to buy them but would prefer a 28 or even 27 inseam. It's amazing something so simple is such a big issue but it is. If you can't put them in the stores at least make them available on line.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from "Regular" fit Lee's About six months ago, I ordered TWO pairs of "Regular" fit Lee's -- I have worn them for years, and always loved them. But these jeans were BIG and BAGGY -- hated them, and never wear them. Then, a couple of weeks ago, I ordered TWO MORE "Regular" fit Lee jeans -- SAME THING! Now I realize this is on me, particularly the second time, but either I'm through with LEE, or I might, I said MIGHT, try "Slim" cut, even though I'm not a particularly "Slim" guy -- but I am slim through the hips and have NO REAR END -- so this might be a workaround -- still doesn't mean I'm happy with LEE, because I'm not.
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Something worth what you pay for I do not know what has happened lately with Levi's, but none of there jeans fit like they use to, they have been getting cut bigger or something. I tried a pair of Lee jeans, haven't worn them since I was a kid. THEY FIT GREAT, they last and are quality work. These days where you get less value for a dollar, it is nice to find something worth what you pay for it and go figure, it wasn't one of the more expensive products on the shelf.
Date published: 2017-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from want the old lee's back I've always, always worn Lee jean (40 plus years). I would buy serveral at a time and break in the new one's slowly as the older ones wore out or turned into RAGS. I've recently exhausted my supply and have been searching for the 'old' style fit and after return after return I finally called LEE corporate and asked if they changed something. They said they changed their regular fit to be more roomy in the seat and thigh . WHY ?? I'm now in a search for a jean with the old LEE fit. Why couldn't you have left good enought alone and came out with another fit, like regular fit with addded room !! or how about 'relaxed fit' I don't need to be lookin like a fool with my pants on the ground. Adio's LEE Jeans .
Date published: 2012-02-29
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