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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Picture of quartz stone jeans not accurate Once again I have ordered Lee regular-fit jeans on line, quartz stone color, like I have for years. When I opened the package, I readily noticed that there are "distressed" markings (faded light blue horizontal markings) from waist to crotch on the front of the jeans. Look at the "Flagstaff" choice of jean color to see what I mean. If you look at the quartz stone color choice, there are NO distressed markings on the model. If I wanted distressed-looking jeans I would continue wearing my old jeans that are in dire need of being replaced. Please update picture if this is the new quartz stone color. Returned at local Kohl's store.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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 2 out of 5 by from Bad Odor I bought a pair of the Ringer regular fit jeans and they have this very strong smell. I didn't notice it until I was getting ready to wash them the first time. It's hard to describe but it reminds me of a black permanent marker. I have washed them several times but the smell is still there and it was picked up by the other jeans I washed them with.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cutting organizational costs has changed the product. I have liked Lee jeans for a while now, but this order from the Lee.com website seems to have swayed me to shop elsewhere. I have ordered the same jeans from the Lee jean website for many years. Usually the jeans are darker, but this time they are as light as my old faded Lee jeans. The stickers that were on the jeans said they were medium stone. Well they are not. Again, the consumer pays the price (financially and in time) due to cut backs and poor organizational management. Is anyone doing quality control?
Date published: 2017-01-20
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