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Sep 20, 2014
from Dallas Texas
Love this line of Levi. They really flatter your curves and hold up really well without stretching out and becoming saggy. They are tight initially but after wearing them they just mold to your body (that's the way jeans should be in my opinion). Grey is my favorite color and grey jeans seem to be very trendy right now.
Sep 19, 2014
from Beautiful California
The good news: They fit me, large thighs, small waist, and all. The bad news: Super high rise! Much too high for me, more Mom Jean than anything. Sorry, Zappos, but they're coming right back.
Sep 19, 2014
Like other reviewers here, I have an issue with jeans fitting...thighs (generous) vs. waist (small). These jeans fit! BUT... I ordered the Mount Fogo, and there is some VERY unfortunate whiskering and VERY ornate stitching on the back pockets. These two issues, alone, were deal-breakers for me. The final straw was the "higher" than expected waist (hello, mom jeans?), and super stretchy fabric, which was quite comfortable but not especially jean-like. Bottom line: accommodated my thighs, but the details killed the deal. Sending them back.
The story of the legendary Levi's® jean began on February 26th, 1829 with the birth of Levi Strauss. Creator of the classic 'blue jean', Levi has seared his way into the hearts and souls of people across the globe. Representing the spirit of bold independence, Levis jeans have always been built for pioneers of the past, present and future, making them a household force to be reckoned with.
Originally an immigrant of Bavaria, Levi traveled westward in search of greater opportunities and fortune. An eager businessman of his time, he established a wholesale dry goods business simply dubbed 'Levi Strauss & Co.' It was through this outlet that he imported dry goods, including clothing, umbrellas and fabric. Business was blossoming with the rise of the gold rush, but it was in 1873 that Levi struck gold. Levi Strauss, along with co-creator Jacob Davis patented the process of adding rivets to pants for increased strength and durability. Their creation of the classic 'blue jean' can now be found in households and catwalks worldwide.
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