I love these jeans! I wish I could have selected the length because they're a bit long on me (I'm 5'5” and got an 8 regular which is 29/32 in these jeans). But they are really comfortable and have just a bit of stretch in them but not so much that they get baggy in the butt.
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Country of Origin: Imported
Fabric Care Instructions: Wash And Dry Inside Out With Like Colors; Liquid Detergent Is Recommended
Nothing like original Levi's.
I was leary in purchasing Levis again, but one review said that they were like the olden days. I don't know what olden days she was talking about, these are nothing like the real jeans back in the 70's & 80's. I wish that someone from these jean companies would actually read these reviews and let the production office know that not all women want the stretch jean. We want the real 100% cotton jean. The fit is NOT true to size, and Levi has a different interpretation of straight leg. It was, in my opinion, more like flare. Anyways, I am returning these jeans and going back to my Lee's, which are not anything like the real 100% cotton jeans, but at least they fit.
Why bother to give it a model/style # if you are not delivering the same product?
I have a pair of straight leg 505 S6 Ambiance and have been wearing it for years. I reordered the same size and same model but was very disappointed with the fabric and the length of the jeans. The jeans are a bit too long to be for SHORT.
If you are not keeping the style and quality the same, why even bother to name it the same product?
Way too much fabric! Unflattering!
I have a pair of old 505's that I've had for years now and needed to replace due to wear and tear. I ordered the exact same size (4S) and cannot believe the difference! The new 505's are HUGE and dumpy looking. If I put the two pairs on top of each other, the new pair is probably 2 inches wider on each side. They sag on me and get worse as the day goes on. For reference, I got the "Always Agreed" color. Highly do not recommend! I'm not sure why they'd change the fit of these jeans so much and not renumber them, as they are NOT cut at all like the old 505's. Who would want to look 10 lbs. heavier in their jeans? I've worn and loved Levi's for years, but will not be ordering again.
I've worn jeans for thirty-plus years. I really don't understand why you can't make your games like it used to a hundred percent heavy denim straight leg and mid-rise. These are too thin and stretch out when you wear them. I'm just so ready for the good old days for somebody to give me a good old-fashioned pair of denim jeans
OUT WITH THE NEW BACK IN WITH THE OLD!!!
BRING BACK THE LEVIS THAT YOU HAD FOR THE PAST 40 YEARS THE REAL JEANS NOT THE JEANS WITH STRETCH THAT ARE VERY THIN!!! THEY KEPT THE MENS ORGINIAL JEANS AND ADDED A STRETCH FEATURE THAT TAKES AWAY FROM THE ORIGINAL LEVIS FOR WOMAN..THESE NEW JEANS ARE HORRIBLE I RETURNED ALL 5 PAIRS AND WILL NEVER PURCHASE THEM AGAIN..BRING BACK THE OLD LEVI'S!!!!
Too much elastic and not enough cotton!
The material is too thin and too synthetic with all the stretch. It is no longer a "classic jean". Levi's is striving to be too much like all the other name brands versus being an icon. A nice thickness using cotton in a slim streamline, is what it's all about. Please bring back the 99% cotton for the 505's.
Stretch denim is awful-bring back the Real Denim!
I've worn Levi's denim jeans for over 30 years - the good, classic, REAL denim that is. Now I can't find any 'real' denim anymore. My last pair just ripped in a place that is not appropriate for public view. But can I find any non-stretchy (cheap) denim to replace them? Nope! Not even from Levi's itself - the very company that first introduced REAL denim. No other brands fit and feel as good as classic denim from Levi's. I don't want to go somewhere else for my jeans, but I guess I have no choice. I too just bought a pair that I thought was identical to the ones I ripped - but they are huge and stretchy and ugly. I am disappointed beyond belief.
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