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It's confusing isn't it? I made it a research project a while back once I found a cut of jeans I liked. "13MWZ" describes this particular "Cowboy Cut" style of jeans. The Wrangler site itself is helpful with a detailed description of each style and the corresponding number at the top. If you find a pair you like and yo… see more It's confusing isn't it? I made it a research project a while back once I found a cut of jeans I liked. "13MWZ" describes this particular "Cowboy Cut" style of jeans. The Wrangler site itself is helpful with a detailed description of each style and the corresponding number at the top. If you find a pair you like and you've got them in your hand, look inside the zipper for the sewn-in label. Just above the size is the style number, like the "13MWZ." (Disregard the other multiple digit numbers, usually shown smaller and sideways on that label.) 13MWZ is for the cowboy cut (regular, not the slim-fit version of cowboy cut.) Wrangler will call both the pre-washed and "rigid" versions of these jeans "13MWZ" usually. But the heading for their RIGID cowboy cut jeans adds zeroes: 0013MWZ, but then in the body of their description, they go back to calling it "13MWZ." And SOMETIMES adds letters after the MWZ for colors. But 13MWZ is mostly what you need to remember for this style on Amazon you asked about. I saw a side view shot of me in a pair of "relaxed fit" jeans once and swore off of them forever. I have no butt and those looked horrible. I can wear these cowboy cuts comfortably and satisfy my waning vanity.That's why I tried other cuts and brands. see less It's confusing isn't it? I made it a research project a while back once I found a cut of jeans I liked. "13MWZ" describes this particular "Cowboy Cut" style of jeans. The Wrangler site itself is helpful with a detailed description of each style and the corresponding number at the top. If you find a pair you like and you've got them in your hand, look inside the zipper for the sewn-in label. Just above the size is the style number, like the "13MWZ." (Disregard the other multiple digit numbers, usually shown smaller and sideways on that label.) 13MWZ is for the cowboy cut (regular, not the slim-fit version of cowboy cut.) Wrangler will call both the pre-washed and "rigid" versions of these jeans "13MWZ" usually. But the heading for their RIGID cowboy cut jeans adds zeroes: 0013MWZ, but then in the body of their description, they go back to calling it "13MWZ." And SOMETIMES adds letters after the MWZ for colors. But 13MWZ is mostly what you need to remember for this style on Amazon you asked about. I saw a side view shot of me in a pair of "relaxed fit" jeans once and swore off of them forever. I have no butt and those looked horrible. I can wear these cowboy cuts comfortably and satisfy my waning vanity.That's why I tried other cuts and brands.
Mike G
· December 4, 2014
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Seven belt loops
Amazon Customer
· October 26, 2016
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If your order also gives you the number on the style of your jeans, it should be something like "13mwzpw which stands for original fit prewashed. I think that the relaxed fit will have "rf in the label.
Glen E.
· December 9, 2016
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Amigo, measurements are in inchs, around the waist & groin to bottom of foot. Allow for srinkage, 1 inch waist 2 leg in new jeans.
Amazon Customer
· May 6, 2017
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These are a rigid stiff cotton jean. They are not a pre-shrunk. They soften up as washed and shrink up in length over time and some overall as well.
Brantley's

Brantleys Western Supply
Seller · February 2, 2018
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7 belt loops nicely placed.
Mark Millan
· July 17, 2019
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No
Tom brown
· March 18, 2019
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Mine personally haven't shrunk after five or so washes.
Zaib Q.
· July 11, 2017
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Closest to straight leg but fit over work boots perfectly.
Jeannette Utter
· May 31, 2018