550 Relaxed Blue Husky Jean Boys 8-20
Orig. $42.00Now $21.0021.00
This jean's generous fit sits below the waist and features a relaxed thigh and straight leg. Pair it with all of his tees to create a number of laid-back looks.
- Zip fly with button closure; Belt loops
- Classic 5-pocket styling
- Machine washable
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550 Relaxed Blue Husky Jean Boys 8-20 is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Drt123 from Good for curvy women too I’m somwwhat built like a small pear and. Found these Huskys in a size 32/30 or sz 20 but they say they don’t make Huskys in a 20??? However they hit perfect everywhere accept to waists little too large and I’ll have to have them altered. They just fit better that theRegular for me as the are relaxed in the hip and thigh for a fuller leg if you are trying to hide thighs. Washed them and stayed true to size . Just wish I could find them in more colors. The pockets are smaller than Reg. and make your fanny look cuter.
Date published: 2018-07-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by Shopper112 from Not attractive These are far too generously cut. They are very wide at the bottom. Wider than the widest boot cut.
Date published: 2017-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meand3Boys from Read the sizes on the labels My son is over weight and short. This is a huge issue when trying to find clothing to fit him. If you read the sizes for the husky it clearly specifies the waist and length of the pants. For instance, as size 12 husky boys is 32" waist. This is a the same 32" in other brands of clothing that may not necessarily be in the boys section of clothing. You cannot compare these sizes to any other brand. Thank you Levi's for realizing that all people are not made the same and need different sizes.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by Thyme2spend from Your size chart stinks I am a seamstress, and I took my son's measurements with my tailors tape, then cross referenced his measurements with your size chart. When his jeans arrived, the waist was at least three inch s too big in the waist, the fabric on the legs didn't even touch his legs, the cuffs looked like boot cut even though they were "straight legs", and the inseam was supposed to be perfect for him. They puddled around his feet on the floor. He looked like he was wearing his dad's pants. You have a good product, why is your product knowledge so poor? It costs your customers money to return these ill fitting garments. If you are going to make your customers play garment roulette, you can at least offer free returns.
Date published: 2016-09-29
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