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Rated 2 out of 5 by from 3 pairs I bought 3 pairs of the 505s. I have worn 34x34s for years and the old ones I have fit perfectly. Of the new jeans I purchased, the pair made in Mexico fit best but the left leg twists so the hem is almost all the way in front..boo The other 2 pair "made in Nicaraugua are at least 2 inches too long. Need I say, I am not happy?
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from NOT the original 505's ! Why the changes ? I bought my 1st pair of Levi's in 1953 and have worn only Levi's since. I switched to 505's because I liked the zipper. They are the only pants I wear; period ! Just bought 2 new pair of 505 regular,rigid. Listed below are the changes I do not like. 1. Only 5 belt loops (for 63 years there were 7) 2. The front pockets are not as deep. 3. Somehow the legs are not the same ? I have always ironed a crease in the legs by folding the leg with the seams together,and ironing them. Did this to my new ones, put them on and the crease is NOT straight down the front of your leg. Very unhappy that you say they are the same as 1967, because they are NOT.
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Twisted leg seam--again! I love Levis, but every 3rd pair I buy have the "barber pole" defect; the outside leg seam twists around and ends up at the front of the leg instead of running down the side. If they've been making jeans for 150 years why can't they solve this problem?
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great style and fit, quality is going down. I have worn Levi's 505's (stonewash) for the better part of my adult life. I have always loved their style and fit, and the size selections available. And up until recently, they were made to last a very long time. But for the past year, it seems their quality has taken a nosedive - the material has lost its durability and it tears quite easily. This usually first happens at the beltloops where they are stitched to the jeans (usually the lower point), which then tear right through the fabric leaving a hole. There you have it. I may have to search for an alternative after all these years.
Date published: 2012-06-16
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