WranglerÂ® Cowboy CutÂ® Rigid Slim Fit Jean
Better than jeans triple the price.
I've been wearing wrangler jeans (specifically the slim cowboy cut) for years now, and these don't disappoint. Despite some stitching problems on the cuffs and inseam, the quality and weight of the denim is quite high. Great broken-twill denim that is of better quality than jeans upwards of $100. The fit is perfect, and my girlfriend can't enough of me wearing them, so that's a plus.
November 16, 2014
Dependability, quality, Ok price.
" I'll Be Back "
You have got to be kidding me!
Ok ... Now you are getting me cranky ......................
September 16, 2014
The price to quality value on these are insane. I was tired of buying other brand of jeans and have them rip 4 months later. The other brands will be made in Indonesia and have different cuts and different materials every time. These Wranglers are 100% cotton and 14oz. at that! I will never go back to the other brands again the fit and the denim is perfect. I highly recommend them to anyone who has been searching for the right jeans.
March 23, 2014
My perfect Wrangler fit, as always.
The fit of Wrangler jeans has always been perfect, especially with mid sizes and slim cuts. I am one of those guys with no rear at all and a 35 waist. With suspenders to keep them where they belong, they are simply the best fitting jean.
All you Wrangler guys out there know that you can find an absolute perfect fit, no matter what. There is no better jean co. out there than Wrangler.
March 21, 2013
this product was not good
order 3 pair of jeans ,had them wash,starch and iron and they will no longer fit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!i have always had this done .
February 13, 2013
Still making the quality jean they always made.
These jeans fit like only Wranglers can. I had to wash them 96 times--I inanely forgot to order the prewashed--and either I'm getting really fat, or they shrank horizontally. But they still fit if I let all the air out first (orally).
I still feel the unique quality. I worked in the original old El Paso plant making these (my first job after vietnam and college, I was a production planner at the original Hicks Ponder plant on West Overland St. just west of downtown El Paso and about 2 blocks from the RÃo Grande and Mexico). It broke my little heart that I couldn't find THESE ORIGINAL ChuqueÃ±o Wranglers for a long time. Then I finally said "duh! I'll Google 'em" and here I yam. Long live Wranglers, the Jean of the New Mexican, Arizonan, Utahan, Nevadan, and Chihuahuan vaquero cowboyses!
November 27, 2012