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- 100% Cotton
- Machine Wash
- High-waist comfort-fit jean with relaxed fit featuring signature arcuate-stitched back pockets
- Five-pocket styling
- Logo patch at back waist
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|560 Comfort B&T||559 Relaxed Straight B&T||505 Regular B&T||550 Relaxed B&T||541 Athletic B&T|
|Rise||Sits at waist||Sits below waist||Sits at waist||Sits at waist||Sits at waist|
|Fit||Relaxed through thigh||Extra room through thigh||Extra room in thigh||Loose through thigh||Extra room in seat and thigh|
|Fits||510 Skinny||511 Slim||501 CT||501 Original||517 Bootcut||550 Relaxed|
|519 Extreme Skinny||511 Slim Line 8||502 Regular Taper||505 Regular||527 Slim Bootcut||559 Relaxed Straight|
|-||511 Slim Hybrid Trouser||508 Regular Taper||514 Straight||-||560 Comfort|
|-||513 Slim Straight||541 Athletic||559 Relaxed Straight||-||569 Loose Straight|
The comfortable relaxed fit. The 560 Comfort Fit Jeans sits below the waist with a relaxed fit through the hip and thigh and a slightly tapered leg.
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.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 3 x 12 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.08 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00LOR29AM
- Item model number: 501
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2003
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I guess I either had a couple of magic 560’s or things have changed radically in between 2013 and 2018. The cut is different. It’s thinner and more tapered. The weight of the fabric is thinner.
When I contrast this with my oler pants, the cut of the old pants is much more forgiving, even after the drier shrinks them a bit. The weight of the fabric and ultimately it’s strenth is BETTER than the new pair. This is true even in the places where jeans are falling apart. I was very disappointed.
I guess much has changed since 2013. I would not order these again. Time to find a new brand of jeans. I don’t really have any brand loyalty, I’ll buy what fits. I guess I’m done with Levi’s.
No longer is the blue dye as dark, nor is there the iron stiffness which needed a "breaking in" period, like in 1980.
No longer is it easy to read the size tag.
No longer sewn inside the waist is the label which says, "Comfort fit", there is however several tags in various languages and alphabets.
There is one pocket liner in light blue which is stamped with a short history of Levi's as if the past somehow makes a quality item today along with the message proclaiming, "Quality never goes out of style".
That said, it would seem the changes metioned do not mean a quality variance to the Levi company. All in all, they are about as good or better dungarees (Jeans) as you are likely to find anywhere.
I just don't get it. How these jeans (Levi's Men's 560 Comfort Fit Denim Jeans, Dark Stonewash) can be a different cut than the "Medium Stonewash" 560 jeans I normally purchase is beyond me. These Dark Stonewash Jeans run considerably smaller, so make sure to order UP a size if the Medium Stonewash are your Go-To jeans!