I don't know why so many people like Levi. There's a thick, uncomfortable seam on the inside of the legs. I've read that Wrangler was created to resolve this problem, and among those who ride horses, Wrangler is the overwhelming favorite. It's more comfortable to wear Wrangler than Levi in a car seat, though, an office chair, or when pushing a cart down the aisles of the supermarket.
I prefer the heavier weight denim that all jeans had in the 1950s. As you picked tomatoes, toted bales of hay, or stuffed clothes in the dryer, the pants would fade in accordance with wear. In the late 1960s, manufacturers started offering already-faded jeans, which made it obvious that you were a lazy bum, instead of being industrious, because the wear patterns were all wrong. They also started to produce thinner jeans that obviously wouldn't protect against getting poked by a bale of hay.
These are thinner cloth. I'm retired, and I don't mind being thought of as a lazy bum. The thinner cloth is also cooler to wear - good in summer, not in winter. Other than the thinner, faded-looking cloth, these are a fine product.
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