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Levi's® Red Tab® 569™ Loose Straight Fit Jeans

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This roomy fit is designed to sit low on the waist and is straight through the leg and knee. With its modern zip fly and classic five-pocket styling, this will be one you can't resist.
  • Zip fly, belt loops
  • Classic 5-pocket styling
  • Machine washable
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Red Tab 569™ Loose Straight Fit Jeans is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 231.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These are not the 569 jeans I have bought the 569 jeans for the last 11 years and these jeans are not the same. I'm very disappointed with Levis for not changing the number on these jeans. I was a very loyal to the 569 Levis pants, buying at least 3 pairs of them every year. These NEW 569 jeans are very uncomfortable. I noticed the difference right away by the belt loops missing on the back of the jeans. I tried them on anyway and these jeans are fitted way different. There almost like low rise jeans with the waist lower and the inseam higher(very uncomfortable for me). I loved the old 569 jeans for working in and for play. Not sure if I'll buy Levis again until the old 569 jeans come back.
Date published: 2014-06-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not like they used to be... I used to wear 34 waist jean and then reached middle age and moved to the 36 waist. The 34 waist jeans were a nice weight denim and lasted me several years. When I bought the new 36 waist jeans I was disappointed to learn the cut had changed, the denim was much lighter weight, and there are only 5 belt loops. The belt loops is my biggest complaint. The jeans sag in between the belt loops and get caught under the belt. Levi's used to be about quality, now they just look cheap. I had to buy a pair of jeans from another manufacturer that had 7 belt loops. Much happier with them. Would go back to Levis if the belt loops was fixed.
Date published: 2014-11-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 569's aren't the same If you're looking for the older 2010 or older jean, this isn't the same. I have a 25" thigh, and it's not fat as I'm 6'4" and run alot. I decided to try and see if it was true that these are WAY tighter in the thigh like the reviews say... and yes... they are a lot tighter. I returned both colors I received in 569 Loose Straight Leg Jean. If you're 22" or less thigh, you'll feel comfortable. I'm torn because now I'm having to shop for different brands that fit me so much better. I loved my old levi's but they're no longer the same 569's that are actually "loose" for my legs.
Date published: 2014-03-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Why did Levi's change the 569 design? D': I've worn 569's since I was in Jr. High. They were always lose, comfortable, had big pockets and lasted forever. Now, They're tight around the thighs and crotch. The pockets of the new version can barely hold my Note 5. When I sit, these small front pockets press my phone into my hip bone. This becomes so painful that I can't sit with my phone in my pocket. I don't have this problem with my 569's from 2012. My advice is try them for yourself at a store. If you're like me and your favorite Levi's are 569's from years ago, these might disappoint you.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from fit has changed but number remains the same I bought two pairs of 569's for my husband for Father's Day. He has always worn a 36/36 size. These jeans were tighter in the thigh than all his old 569's. Also the rise was much shorter and less comfortable. Additionally, the last pair we bought seemed to be made of much thinner denim, and they wore out much more quickly. Strangely, the last time I ordered two pairs of 569's, one had the old fit and one had the new fit. We thought the new fit pair was just an anomaly, and returned that pair. But after reading some reviews this was apparently a planned change by Levi's that has been implemented. My husband always wore 569's exclusively. Now he has to find something new.
Date published: 2013-06-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor fit The site is fine but you guys have changed the cut of your jeans to a european style that doesn't work for my body style. All the styles are slim fitting regardless of style. I tried the 569 the last time as they are the only jeans you sale that will fit my legs as I'm an ex football player with a muscular build. 36's are big in my waist and barley fit my legs. All your other styles won't even come up past my thighs. They also wore out in the crotch after less than a year. No more Levi's for me.
Date published: 2014-10-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Going downhill What are you guys doing, Levi? I've been wearing 569's for the past 5+ years - My actual waist size is 31 - measured yesterday. 30x32 has always been a great fit. I didn't need a belt after washing for one days wear. Today, I tried on the new 30's and I was swimming in them - there was an inch or two of extra fabric. They didn't have 29's in 569's to try on but I tried on 29's in 4 other Levi styles and those fit great so I suggest going down a size. They also seemed a bit longer which was a positive as the previous 32's were a tad too short. If you get a color that is a heavyweight fabric in a waist size lower, I think they'll be great.
Date published: 2013-10-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Why change the fit?? As others have already said, Levis has changed the fit on the 569. I have been wearing 569's since I was in high school as the fit has always been great for me. The last pair 2 pairs I have purchased are slimmer fitting. Hey Levis not everyone wants to wear the new hipster slim fit. Some of us don't have stick legs. In addition to the horrible new fit the quality has also gone down. The new ones seem thinner and basically disintegrated after a year or so. Anyway, I am now in need of new jeans and will go with another brand until Levis fixes these.
Date published: 2014-01-26
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