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KUT from the Kloth Women's Farrah Baby Bootcut Jean
|Price:||$82.00 & FREE Returns. Details|
- 98% Cotton/2% Spandex
- Belt closure
- Machine Wash
- Bootcut jean with whiskering at hip and embroidered back pockets
- Zip fly with button closure
- Rise: 9''
- Inseam: 33''
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- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0082M79GQ
- Item model number: KP697MC2
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 19, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
They are snug in all the right places but not so tight sitting is uncomfortable. I will buy more of these without question. The length for me is good if I wear a little heel...maybe 2.5-3 inches. I'm 5'4" and would have to tailor them if I wanted to wear with flats...but that's why I have the boyfriend cut!
These are true to size mad maybe a little on the generous side despite what another viewer said. They are a little more whiskered and more bootcut than I think is fashionable right now. However, my voluptuous curves (i.e. big butt) don' t appreciate skinny jeans. I would buy another pair!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved the jeans! They shipped quickly, fit great and are the perfect length!Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Had ordered this same style before (and same size). The length was a godd 3-4 inches longer than what I purchased last time. Had to return.Published 19 months ago by John Madden
The jeans showed up with giant holes ripped in each leg. While I'm sure this is very fashionable, it is not what I ordered. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Yekaterina Sokol
I originally ordered a 6 from Nordstrom but they were too big. They didn't have a 4 so I ordered from Amazon and the 4 us barely smaller. Stretched out after few hours of wear.Published on March 4, 2014 by Michelle Rowe