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Slightly frustrated that i could not order colour Mile 10. I would have bought two pairs then !!!
Bought these jeans to go with tan boots and shirt which they do very well look really good. Comfy to wear and fit well.
I have always purchased Levi jeans due to there reliably and built quality. Always a very comfy pair of jeans.
These were a gift for my son who is living in New Zealand and unable to get these over there. He was over the moon with them when he received my parcel, he has had these before and loves the the colour and fit.He is 6ft tall and 32 waist 32 leg and they're a perfect fit for him.
Let's be honest! When has Levi's ever failed? They make the best jeans out of anyone I know! They're hard so they last and not flimsy and soft. They'll last a great while!
I bought these for my husband on the internet knowing they fitted. They are his third pair - 1st ones now relegated to gardening! He says they are the most comfortable and flattering jeans he's ever owned.
My husband has skinny legs and this pair of jeans made him look great. Very pleased with my purchase. He wears them all the time.
I bought a pair of 508 jeans about 2 years ago because I wanted a good pair of jeans which slimmed in the leg but gave room for people with more in the thigh/bum area. I also dislike the pull you get on some jeans in uncomfortable areas. In my case my lower back, because I had had surgery. Anyway, they were absolutely brilliant and towards the end of last year they were pretty much the only pair of jeans I would wear. They were made of 92% cotton, 6% polyester and 2% elastane which added a bit of stretch and softness to the jeans without losing too much structure. Anyway, fast forward two years and I think 'OK, I have to go and get a couple of new pairs of these as they are literally all I wear and - you know - washing etc!'. However when I got to the Levi store on Carnaby Street, London, not only did I find that the 508s were now being made with 98% cotton and 2% elastane but there was a new variety called extreme taper (which got closer to my old pair in terms of stretch). I bought both pairs but honestly I wish I hadn't. It was a waste of money as they are both so uncomfortable. I'd go back to the store and ask them but the girl there had absolutely no idea what the different varieties were all made of so it is pointless. Unless someone from Levis can help I am going to have to start buying elsewhere. It's annoying because I thought that reliability and consistency was meant to be a Levis hallmark.