A no-nonsense straight leg fit—our 504™ Regular Straight Fit jeans fit generously through the thigh and leg opening. No bells and whistles—Simply perfect.
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Review 1 for 504™ Regular Straight Jeans - Gumption
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PostedAugust 18, 2013
from:Aurora, IL, USA
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As a man in my 70s, I realize that I am nowhere near the demographic to which you're pitching your marketing efforts. As a person who has worn Levi's jeans since the 50s, I cannot help but notice material changes in the product since then; You are attempting to sell tradition while keeping up with style and, in a way, this disappoints me. I have never been one for keeping up with fashion unless one counts my adolescent years when it seemed to many of us, including myself at the time, that Levi's were "cool" and were the Jeans to be worn. This was back when the girls would try on their new Levi's and sit in a tub full of water until they achieved their own "custom fit" and the guys would argue over whether a "cuff" should be shown whether it be 1/4 inch, one inch, just over our "engineer boots" or at all. At that time,, befiore we could buy ill-starred proiducts like "soft and fade" to destroy our own jeans, Levi's seem to be made of a lot sturdier stuff, material with some weight to it, dark in color and smelling deliciously like new Levi's. As we grew up and entered a job market which did not offer much inasmuch as we were subject to the military draft and many employers avoided hiring anyone who might soon be drafted and whose position would have to be held open, with appropriate increases, for from two to heaven- knows-how-many years. As our resources dwindled we were put in the position of purchasing look-alike jeans, such as Xa. Now, thanks to Xn Xn, we all know about the Xb Brand. At present it is my intention, having now purchased two pair of Levi's in the past month, to purchase two pair each of Xa and Xb Jeans, both of which appear to look just as sharp as Levi's and both oif which cost substantially less. I have discussed this matter with friends (again demographics rears its ugly head--with those of us who are still alive) and we all agreed that Levi's cost entirely too much for those on fixed income. A couple of them have alrady made permanent decisions (both for Xb) but I mean to measure looks, wear, price, etc. before finally deciding.and I will share my opinions, for what they are worth, with my friends. The only position I have taken at present is that if ultimately l opt for Levi's it means I will probably be buying fewer jeans in the future. Your marketing target does not include us so I can be candid and know that I am not hurting the feelings of anyone at Levi's. I cannot recommend the product unless and until I have decided to stay with Levi's. Thank you for the chance to express my thoughts and feelings. You have a good product.
No, I do not recommend this product.
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