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Rated 1 out of 5 by from sizing is off probably due to added stretch I hesitated on writing this review but I am going to in hopes that Levi's will sit up and take notice. Years ago before companies started to put stretch in their jeans you could actually count on getting a good fit. Well those days are gone. When I first tried these jeans on they were comfortable and I was very pleased especially with the inseam of 28" because that meant no alterations needed. Well since I have started to wear these around the house they have stretched out! I really don't want to go around hiking up my pants every time I walk a few steps. I went by the size guide and perhaps if there wasn't stretch in them which I ordered the minimum I could get by with they would be a good fit but that is not the case. I thought about ordering the 100 percent cotton but they are button up and I doubt I can handle the buttons now. I am going to try and return these and go down a size to see if that will work because I do like the style of jean and that they are boot cut and not those ugly skinny fit jeans which I am sorry to tell you ladies this but those jeans do not look good on anybody no matter your weight or height. Stop buying into what is the latest craze or fad that Hollywood is in because I don't see anybody out there paying our bills or return charges for these jeans when they don't work. Bring common sense back please, there is a reason for it.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Oh too thin fabric. Cheap. The thinnest blue jean material ever. Fit is horrible. Thighs are 2" too big. Crotch falls about 4" too low. Realizing that most blue jeans today have lycra/spandex in them, these are so loose that if worn for a day, the fit would be even worse. I have always worn a Junior Size 3. I thought I would try Women's Size 4 since they are Medium Rise and Juniors seem to be low rise or super low rise. These Levi's Medium Rise are higher than Medium. I am returning to the store and trying on Juniors. Hopefully can find a "true" Medium Rise. Very disappointing purchase.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Huge Disappointment I hate the fact that Levi's has added the 2% Elastane. I don't want stretch in my jeans. If I wanted stretch, I'd buy sweat pants. These jeans are so baggy on me by the end of the day, I can't wait to get home and take them off. Why can't Levi's offer the good old fashioned denim jeans from many years ago. I've been a Levi's jean wearer for over 30 years and these jeans are awful. Stop with the stretch nonsense and bring back the originals. So much better. I will not order these again and am actively looking for alternative jeans that don't stretch from somewhere else. Levi's, you've lost a long time customer - very sad. :-(
Date published: 2016-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No longer an American standard as claimed These are not the 515's from a few years ago. The fabric is too stretchy, too thin and not durable. The pockets look like something is missing and are no longer the "Levi style". The cut and fit has been inconsistent lately, even within the same size and style. According to the label they are not even made in the U.S., but in various foreign countries. Over the years, as Levi Strauss progressively uses ever changing manufacturers and differing fabrics, at least in their women's line, I've noticed a gradual decline in the overall quality of this product.
Date published: 2017-01-13
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