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- 100% Cotton
- Machine Wash
- Relaxed-fitting jean featuring natural rise and classic five-pocket design
- Actual coloration may vary from garment to garment due to specific wash processes
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After the '70s were over, things got more relaxed - including our jeans. In 1985, we introduced the 550 jean. It had the same quality and craftsmanship as the original 501 style, but with more room in the seat and thigh. Today, it's the comfortable classic for guys who want a relaxed look.
More than 140 years after inventing the blue jean, one thing is clear: Levi’s clothes are loved by the people who wear them - from presidents to movie stars, farmers to fashion icons, entrepreneurs to the everyman. 'Live in Levi’s’ asserts with confidence and pride that Levi’s clothes are indeed for everybody who’s not just anybody.
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Note: Carhartt jeans are 15 oz denim and Wrangler 5-star Premium Denim are 14.5 oz, both are great jeans!
Original Review: The fabric on the jeans seems to be a heavier weight than what I can find locally. Fit is classic Levis. Time will only tell how long they last. I agree with other posters about offshoring the production and the lack of QC but this pair *should* be fine. With Prime free shipping you can't go wrong if you know your size.
Note added 2013-02-11: LL Bean currently sells similar-looking jeans for the same as the lowest price Amazon offers. The quality cannot be worse than current-day Levi's. I'll update here if the situation warrants.
Note added 2013-08-24: The LL Bean jeans are fine, much better quality than Levi at about the same price. Levi's? Never again.
Note added 2017-07-24: Though still happy with Bean, I've found Wrangler to be comparable quality at a much lower price. Levi's? Never going back.
The moment you pickup these jeans, you can feel the sturdy construction and quality. These jeans are heavy. The material is strong and durable. These are some fly-by-night jeans that will rip if you sneeze. These are the real deal.
Putting them on reveals a loose fit. The jeans wrap around your waist but leave enough room for plenty of movement. The legs taper slight but will easily fit over a pair of construction or work boots. The seams and ends of the legs are double-stitched to prevent fraying and tears.
The pockets are deep and roomy. I can easily fit an ipod in one front pocket and a large set of keys (almost 40 keys) into the other. You could unload several rolls of quarters and still have room for your hand. The back pockets are just as roomy and can hold wallets, tools, flashlights (including a mag-light), and more.
Accept no substitutes. If you want the best, get these jeans. They won't let you down.
The Levi's arrived quickly (Amazon Prime rocks!). They fit a bit smaller than the Wranglers and were, according to the label, made in Lesotho while the Wranglers were made in Mexico. Despite both jeans being marketed as "relaxed fit," the Levi's waist and seat were a bit tighter than the Wranglers, and the inseam length a bit shorter. The quality of the denim and the uniformity of the dye on both jeans was good. The front pockets and watch pocket on both jeans had the rivets I expected (copper on the Levi's and white pot metal on the Wranglers) and the back pockets were double-bar sewn. The Wranglers had seven belt loops while the Levi's had five.
It was a close contest, but I think the Wranglers won out.