- In Levi's® Kids denim, style blooms.
- Jeans sport a slim fit from the hip to the knee and a chic, modern flare at the leg.
- Exposed zipper hardware set at the coin pockets for a stylish finish.
- Six-pocket design with signature arcuate stitch at back.
- Leather brand patch at back waist.
- Belt-loop waistband with adjustable interior tabs.
- Zip fly and button closure.
- 78.9% cotton, 19.3% polyester, 1.8% spandex.
- Machine wash cold and tumble dry low.
- Waist Measurement: 24 in
- Outseam: 34 in
- Inseam: 27 in
- Front Rise: 7 in
- Back Rise: 11 in
- Leg Opening: 16 in
- Product measurements were taken using size 10 (Big Kids). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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