Ideal for your collection, these jeans feature premium denim fabrics with unique wash detailing. The must-have pair boasts a traditional fit that sits at the waist and is straight through the seat, thigh, and leg.
• Zip fly with button closure; belt loops
• Overall fit: regular
• Thigh fit: regular
• Rise: at the waist
• Straight leg (16-in.)
• Machine washable
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Regular-Fit Straight Leg Jeans is rated
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Rated 3 out of
want the old lee's backI've always, always worn Lee jean (40 plus years). I would buy serveral at a time and break in the new one's slowly as the older ones wore out or turned into RAGS. I've recently exhausted my supply and have been searching for the 'old' style fit and after return after return I finally called LEE corporate and asked if they changed something. They said they changed their regular fit to be more roomy in the seat and thigh . WHY ?? I'm now in a search for a jean with the old LEE fit. Why couldn't you have left good enought alone and came out with another fit, like regular fit with addded room !! or how about 'relaxed fit' I don't need to be lookin like a fool with my pants on the ground. Adio's LEE Jeans .
Date published: 2012-02-29
Rated 2 out of
"Regular" fit Lee'sAbout six months ago, I ordered TWO pairs of "Regular" fit Lee's -- I have worn them for years, and always loved them. But these jeans were BIG and BAGGY -- hated them, and never wear them. Then, a couple of weeks ago, I ordered TWO MORE "Regular" fit Lee jeans -- SAME THING! Now I realize this is on me, particularly the second time, but either I'm through with LEE, or I might, I said MIGHT, try "Slim" cut, even though I'm not a particularly "Slim" guy -- but I am slim through the hips and have NO REAR END -- so this might be a workaround -- still doesn't mean I'm happy with LEE, because I'm not.
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 2 out of
Short size neededYour quality is good, your price is average to good, the look is good so why the bad review? Because you think all men have at least a 29 inch inseam. I'm sick and tired of all the attention being paid to big and tall while you expect shorter people to roll up their pant legs. I'm 5' 7" but have a short inseam and I'm not alone. My guess is your best selling size is a 30 inch inseam because short people like me have to buy them but would prefer a 28 or even 27 inseam. It's amazing something so simple is such a big issue but it is. If you can't put them in the stores at least make them available on line.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 5 out of
The brand I grew up wearing, I'm still wearing years laterI remember growing up wearing my little Lee jeans, or overalls with my little Justin boots on and feeling great. Didn't realize I'd still be walking around in Justin boots and Lee jeans 30+ years later still feeling just as good. Thought I'd given up wearing trousers/slacks/jeans after serving in the military. Fast forward 11 years, and I went from having nothing but shorts, to now having 7 pairs on these jeans on hand. (Literally just walked through the door from Kohls from picking up two more pairs). Even during the Florida summers, I don't mind tending the horse farm I volunteer at in these jeans. They just fit great where they need to, without bunching up and being baggy.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 1 out of
dont fitI have worn lee jeans for 25 years. I had not bought jeans for 3 years because I had plenty. Time to replenish my supply. After going to numerous stores and trying on numerous lee jeans I found that the thighs in all there regular fir jeans were a good couple inches larger. I even tried the slim fit only to find they were also bigger than the regular fit was. What happend please bring back the old cut. And I tried classic and same thing they are a lot more baggy. Iam vary disappointed.
Date published: 2015-02-14
Rated 1 out of
Super BaggyI have worn Lee jeans for 40 years. Now Lee has changed the cut on their regular fit jeans. Lee used to be the jeans that fit, now their the jeans that don't fit. This new cut is very loose and baggy. Levi did this same thing about 18 years ago. It would be nice to have a pair of the old Lee Riders
Date published: 2013-05-03
Rated 3 out of
Styling has changedMy husband has been wearing these jeans for years and loves them because they're made for men over 40....classic fit with a slender straight leg. But when we ordered a new pair recently, we found that the styling had changed. They're wider in the legs now, especially through the thighs, giving them more of a relaxed fit look. (I measured them and the legs are one inch wider now.) They still fit in the waist and seat but the legs look baggy now and remind us of hip-hop style jeans. Ugh!!! He's returning them.
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 3 out of
Quartz color has poor material issues.rear pockets will tearI bought 6 pair of the quartz jeans style 2008934 in October. all have tears in the rear pockets already. called cust service and they were aware of the issue with this style. offered to replace all 6 pair, but suggested I change the color. they said the material was purchased from a 3rd party and is not up to Lee standards. Forms for warranty on their way, we'll see. But so far sounds like Lee is going to stand behind their product. It will take 3-6 weeks, so time will tell. Ill let you know what happens.