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Dec 11, 2013
These jeans are cut for small waisted, girly-girls who go in at the waist and round out at the hip, so if you are more straight up and down (like athletic build) the waistband is too tight. What happened to Levis 565s?
Dec 11, 2013
from Las Cruces NM
I have worn Levi's for a long time. Could always order my size with no problems. These were not the same denim or fit ( a bit big and sloppy) I was used to. The fabric is soft for denim and gets sloppy looking when worn. I kept them and only wear them to ride my horse. I will try another style before giving up on Levi.
Dec 10, 2013
These are not straight leg jeans, they are boot cut. I still liked them and kept them. I assume it was a description error (not a shipping error) since the everything else was correct on the tag 529 Styled Curvy Boot.
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