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Men's Jeans Guide
Our jeans are for everybody. It’s why we offer thousands of jeans in a wide variety of sizes, inseams, styles, colors, washes, and more. We know nothing feels like your favorite pair of jeans. Let’s find them.
Our jeans are for everybody. It’s why we offer thousands of jeans in a wide variety of sizes, inseams, styles, colors, washes, and more. We know nothing feels like your favorite pair of jeans. Let’s find them.
Our jeans are for everybody. It’s why we offer thousands of jeans in a wide variety of sizes, inseams, styles, colors, washes, and more. We know nothing feels like your favorite pair of jeans. Let’s find them.
Jean Styles
Style is a preference that can change depending on the day, and depending on the outfits. So we offer roomier styles, like our bootcut and straight jeans, as well as slimmer cut jeans for a tighter silhouette.
Jean Fits
Denim is for everybody. No matter what Jean Style you love, we offer them in a variety of Jean Fits to ensure that style meets what you're after. Whether you need a slim fit or are looking for a fit that keeps up with an active lifestyle, we can help you find the perfect fit for you.
Jean Fabrics
Our range of fabrics, from rigid to superior stretch, is unmatched. Whether you’re looking for that rigid denim feel that wears in over time or for that lived-in feeling from day one, we have a denim fabric for you.
What Better Denim Feels Like
You’ll know immediately. The second you put on our jeans, you know they were made by experts, with fabrics that prioritize all the right things. Like comfort, wearability, and a little added touch to make them feel just right.
You’ll know immediately. The second you put on our jeans, you know they were made by experts, with fabrics that prioritize all the right things. Like comfort, wearability, and a little added touch to make them feel just right.
You’ll know immediately. The second you put on our jeans, you know they were made by experts, with fabrics that prioritize all the right things. Like comfort, wearability, and a little added touch to make them feel just right.
Jean Lengths
We make finding the right length easy by offering a huge variety of jean lengths. Whether you need a shorter length or like to wear your jeans at ankle height for a modern look, or you need extra coverage for taller builds, we have you covered.
Men's Rises
It’s all about comfort and style preference. We provide a variety of jean rises to accommodate all preferences. From low-rise, which sits below the waistline, to high-rise, which sit above the waistline.
As expected, low rise jeans will sit slightly lower on the waist compared to a mid-rise or regular rise. Ultimately, this rise will hit just below the natural waist, slightly closer to the hips.
Sitting right at the natural waist, the mid-rise provides a bit more coverage and added comfort without sitting too high or too low.
Bringing a more traditional fit to the table, the regular rise is comfort-first. Sitting at the natural waist, a regular rise is also the classic go-to.
It’s all about comfort and style preference. We provide a variety of jean rises to accommodate all preferences. From low-rise, which sits below the waistline, to high-rise, which sit above the waistline.
As expected, low rise jeans will sit slightly lower on the waist compared to a mid-rise or regular rise. Ultimately, this rise will hit just below the natural waist, slightly closer to the hips.
Sitting right at the natural waist, the mid-rise provides a bit more coverage and added comfort without sitting too high or too low.
Bringing a more traditional fit to the table, the regular rise is comfort-first. Sitting at the natural waist, a regular rise is also the classic go-to.
It's all about comfort and style preference. We provide a variety of jean rises to accommodate all preferences. From low-rise, which sits below the waistline, to ultra high-rise, which sits well above the waistline.
As expected, low rise jeans will sit slightly lower on the waist compared to a mid-rise or regular rise. Ultimately, this rise will hit just below the natural waist, slightly closer to the hips.
Sitting right at the natural waist, the mid-rise provides a bit more coverage and added comfort without sitting too high or too low.
Bringing a more traditional fit to the table, the regular rise is comfort-first. Sitting at the natural waist, a regular rise is also the classic go-to.
Denim for the American Landscape
Jeans can last a lifetime. Several, actually. When you find that favorite pair, you take them everywhere. From everyday routines to once in a lifetime adventures. Over time, those jeans aren’t just denim in your drawer. They’re a story. Something to remind you of where you’ve been and to inspire you of where to go.
Jeans can last a lifetime. Several, actually. When you find that favorite pair, you take them everywhere. From everyday routines to once in a lifetime adventures. Over time, those jeans aren’t just denim in your drawer. They’re a story. Something to remind you of where you’ve been and to inspire you of where to go.
Jeans can last a lifetime. Several, actually. When you find that favorite pair, you take them everywhere. From everyday routines to once in a lifetime adventures. Over time, those jeans aren’t just denim in your drawer. They’re a story. Something to remind you of where you’ve been and to inspire you of where to go.
Size Guide
Finding Your Fit, What to Know

Waist measurement is truly where the jean will sit on our waist when worn. Whether looking for something more snug or something loose and roomy, the waist size may vary pending the fit and style of jean or look you are after.

Rise is the measurement from the middle of the seam between the legs (also called the crotch seam) to the top of the waist.

Fit takes into consideration both the thigh and knee measurements, ultimately determining the leg silhouette. This can range from slim (smaller measurements) to loose (roomier measurements).

Leg openings is just that - the hem of the jean where your leg comes through. Whether looking for something truly skinny or something with added room for that everyday boot, leg openings play a major role in pulling together that overall look.

Fabric is another key factor in finding your favorite jean, and this is really where stretch comes into play. Whether looking for a more rigid, classic jean, something that feels comfortable and worn in from the first wear, or something with enough stretch to keep up with whatever the day brings, we have the fabrication for you. Another consideration, tech like Coolmax TM, Repreve, and Conestrong.
Finding Your Fit, What to Know

Waist measurement is truly where the jean will sit on our waist when worn. Whether looking for something more snug or something loose and roomy, the waist size may vary pending the fit and style of jean or look you are after.

Rise is the measurement from the middle of the seam between the legs (also called the crotch seam) to the top of the waist.

Fit takes into consideration both the thigh and knee measurements, ultimately determining the leg silhouette. This can range from slim (smaller measurements) to loose (roomier measurements).

Leg openings is just that - the hem of the jean where your leg comes through. Whether looking for something truly skinny or something with added room for that everyday boot, leg openings play a major role in pulling together that overall look.

Fabric is another key factor in finding your favorite jean, and this is really where stretch comes into play. Whether looking for a more rigid, classic jean, something that feels comfortable and worn in from the first wear, or something with enough stretch to keep up with whatever the day brings, we have the fabrication for you. Another consideration, tech like Coolmax TM, Repreve, and Conestrong.
Finding Your Fit, What to Know

Waist measurement is truly where the jean will sit on our waist when worn. Whether looking for something more snug or something loose and roomy, the waist size may vary pending the fit and style of jean or look you are after.

Rise is the measurement from the middle of the seam between the legs (also called the crotch seam) to the top of the waist.

Fit takes into consideration both the thigh and knee measurements, ultimately determining the leg silhouette. This can range from slim (smaller measurements) to loose (roomier measurements).

Leg openings is just that - the hem of the jean where your leg comes through. Whether looking for something truly skinny or something with added room for that everyday boot, leg openings play a major role in pulling together that overall look.

Fabric is another key factor in finding your favorite jean, and this is really where stretch comes into play. Whether looking for a more rigid, classic jean, something that feels comfortable and worn in from the first wear, or something with enough stretch to keep up with whatever the day brings, we have the fabrication for you. Another consideration, tech like Coolmax TM, Repreve, and Conestrong.