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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Wash and Wear Bought for my husband who finally decided to change brands back to Levis. Relaxed-fit is way different from 505 and 501. Washes and dries better than those, with no wrinkles if you take it out of the dryer when finished. Have 6 pairs now. Wear casual or with dress shirt and sports coat.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice pants but wore 3 time and they ripped I really liked the pants but after 3 times of wearing them a beltloop in the back of the pants ripped off. I believe they were sewn wrong as it was not sewn to the pocket like the other side. Regardless it is ripped off leaving a hole in the pants after 3 wears. It's unfortunate.the pants are nice Pants are a bit larger because the are relaxed which is nice
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Jeans. Lots of Wear in Them. So many jeans are flimsy these days. This is a tough pair of jeans that holds up to my husbands construction job. I buy quite a few pairs of these per year, and I am never disappointed at the quality. The tumbled rigid color is actually a stronger, less "worn" material that really lasts. It is not as trendy a fabric, but holds up much better than the stylish, "worn" looking ones. This cut is looser in the butt and thighs for a man with a thicker build, which is what we need. And, they are not too long-waisted like so many others we try.
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from "Lookout" color is NOTHING like the pictures Ordered this jean in "Lookout" ... which is a very faded out light blue with even larger faded sections on the legs, butt, etc. I thought they sent me the wrong style because what was delivered was your typical mono-tonal stone wash jean (medium denim with almost none of the fading scene here). But nope, the number match ... this is "Lookout". If there was a "process" to achieve the look in the pictures it looks like they pulled this pair out way too soon to achieve it. Returning order.
Date published: 2016-02-18
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