Rediculously Great Deal
American-made denim for $98? Unheard of today. These are great jeans -- they fit like a pair of Levi 501s, and I love the story about the color, which has garned several compliments from the ladies, (and by ladies, I mean my wife and daughters.)
Fits well, softer and lighter than average jean
These are not ""American-made"" as per the previous review (they are made in Columbia and are clearly stated as such on the garment) but they are still nice. They are not at all stiff and are of a lighter than normal denim fabric. The color is just different enough to set them apart. Are any jeans worth nearly $100? Only you can decide.
Once again, Jeans size inconsistency
I've bought several pair of Jeans over the year from Territory Ahead. It's hit or miss. The sizing is usually an issue. I have one pair of 35 waist/ 30 length that fits me very well and I love this pair of (regular TA) Jeans. So I stepped up and bought this pair of 1940's vintage Jeans, and the 30 length is 2 inches too short as compared to the regular TA Jeans. Mind you that I normally buy 34/32 from other manufacturers. These Jeans are nice and the white stitching is a plus, which probably drives up the price. The waist is fine. Order longer on the length however.
Nice Jeans But Size Up The Inseam
These jeans are nice looking in finish and fabric and fit in your normal jeans waist size. I normally wear a 34"" waist by 30"" inseam in jeans, so I ordered the 34 x 30 but when I tried them on the waist fit perfect, but the inseam was too short. I am exchanging them for size 34 x 32. I do recommend these jeans if you size up on the inseam.
These jeans are real nice. They fit me well and required no alterations. The fabric is light weight and comfortable. The price is high at list but I love them.
Very Nice Jeans
True to size with a very good fit. I would recommend these jeans top others.
Comfortable cut, nice fabric, true to size, expensive at full price, good value at sale price.
Nice but sizing
It seems sizing is an issue with the jeans for some reason. Mine, the 30"" inseams are perfect. The 34"" waist seems a little larger, but it could be that the fabric just relaxes. It feels more of a relaxed fit pair of jeans, which I'm glad, but I'm probably going to buy a pair of 33"" waist ones, too, so it doesn't feel too relax fit. With this said, they are down right comfortable, and I spent several weeks in Europe wearing them. Nice touches like a hidden inside the pant deep pocket (not sure if this was on purpose), but it stored my passport nicely.
First time they came clearly not the labelled 34 inseam, probably 30. Second time fit fine but at first wash shrank markedly, too short and too small now to wear. Went down an inch or more in the waist and 2 inches in the inseam and can not wear them now. Not great for $98 jeans. I like the color and feel of the denim but cant wear them now. Think that I will stick with shorts and shirts from TA, have had better luck there.
Virginia Beach, VA