The quality is good but the side pocket is too small now. Some how wrangler change the size and now im in search of another brand with the right size for my phone. It was 41/2 outside and 31/2 inside
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color color color! glad wrangler offers something other than blue. the carpenter fit is nice and roomy w/o being baggy. I always get a little longer inseam because all the denim shrinks on the first few times through the washer and dryer. this pair was no exception. the pockets could be a little deeper but they are usable. all in all a great pair of jeans. I liked the color and fit so much I bought 2 pair! way to go wrangler for offering more than just blue denim.
This a wordy post because I think you missed an opportunity to provide a great product which I THINK would have brought you some customers from the big L company. I originally bought 2 pair of these jeans 2-3 years ago. From the moment I tried them I knew they were different in a pleasing way. I am not a "clothes horse" nor brand advertiser by any means. I always remove the labels from all my clothes. And I slightly modified these jeans by just removing the hammer loop from the left side. I was so impressed by the fit, quality, and unexpected compliments from others leading to questions about where to buy them. I am not normally a jeans person; I had bought these just because they fit so well, were not too, had a nice pocket on right side with perfect fit for my cell phone (for size reference, it's an iPhone 6 in a case). I liked these jeans so well I work them everywhere--and they looked very nice all the time. When I couldn't find these anywhere I called and asked your customer service about the availability of these by the part number on the label (940RoQW). I was assured that there had been no changes except the number was now 94LSWDV or 94LQWDV. She said I could order and return if I didn't like them. I got the 2 pair of jeans promptly and immediately tried them on. I was disappointed in these ways: --Not a BIG deal, but the thread was blue vs the subtle orange on the first 2 pair. --They were very tight. Okay, I'll lose a little weight, work out more. --The bottom pocket was no longer big enough to accept my iPhone. However, if I remove the protective case I can insert the phone, which is what I do. I will not return them and am not asking for money back. I AM asking that your contracting folks find the contract specs for the 940RoQW model and get somebody to make those again without the hammer loop, although it can just be cut off by owner. I rated these as a do not recommend because of the changes in the product.
Everything was ok but the side pocket has been reduced in width, need to go back to the prior width. Cell phone which all workers carry with them need the additional width when they have a protective case because if dropped it helps protect the phone, most phones I see have that because they are so expensive.
My hubby has been wearing another brand of jeans but needed a couple of new pair badly and they were out of his size in that brand. We ordered the Wrangler and was very happy with the material, the color, etc, but when he tried them on they were too small. We held them up against the other brand that were supposedly the same size and then measured them and there was about an inch and a half difference in the waist. So the Wranglers seem to be good jeans but they run small. Take that into account when ordering and I think you would be happy with the jeans themselves.
I like Wrangler jeans in general, but I have recently experianced a good bit of wieght loss and had to go down 2 sizes on my pants, Wrangler carpenter Jeans are over generous with the material and are not just relaxed, they are baggy and unflattering, the inseam is way too low, and the material is too thin. I am dissapointed and this is the last pair of Wrangler carpenter jeans for me. However I will still buy Wrangler regular fit jeans, because they fit like they should and are a good value for the price.
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