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Rigid Wrangler® Cowboy Cut® Original Fit Jean

0013MWZ Rigid Wrangler® Cowboy Cut® Original Fit Jean

Price: $27.97
  • Color: Rigid Indigo (0013MWZ)
    100% Cotton Heavyweight Denim, 14.75 oz.
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  • Wrangler

    For 67 years, the 13MWZ has been a cowboy's must-have jean.

    Tough, heavyweight broken twill denim with five-pocket styling made from sanforized 100% cotton. The original fit for original cowboys.

    Styling: Classic Five Pocket
    Fit: Original
    Rise: Natural
    Front Closure Type: Zipper fly with button closure
    Leg Opening: Fits over boot
    Fabric: 100% Cotton Heavyweight Denim, 14.75 oz.
    Care: Machine Wash. For further care instructions, see label inside garment.
    NOTE: These jeans are 'rigid jeans'. The fabric has been processed to minimize shrinkage, however the jeans have not been pre-washed. You may experience up to an inch of shrinkage in the waist over the first several home launderings.

Rigid Wrangler® Cowboy Cut® Original Fit Jean 4.4 5 65 83
good jeans; very poor web site I was unable to use the web site. It would not accept my password and would not issue a new one. December 1, 2014
Item was too big I returned them yesterday! I ordered the same size I normally do but this pair of pants was about 2 inches longer than other Wrangler jeans I have that are the same size! November 19, 2014
Great Jeans These are a nice cut jean. I own these for the winter so there is a little extra room in the seat area for a tucked winter weight shirt. The cut of this jean is great if you have a slightly larger thigh vs. the slim cut 936 jeans. I own both but the 936 doesn't have as much extra room when winter layers are needed. March 24, 2014
Great Jeans Same great jeans without having to find my size! Easy shopping! December 31, 2013
Very good quality jeans I would recommend wrangler jeans to anyone looking for durable jeans. I also like the fact that the jeans are bigger. I personally don't want them to be "tight" since they tend to shrink anyways. I like the rigid denim because they last longer. Again, wrangler is the way to go. I may be partial because I am a Southern old country boy; but the quality speaks for itself. October 5, 2013
Best Jeans on the Market I have been wearing Wrangler jeans since the 80's. Since that time, I have not found a more durable pair of jeans. I, just recently, finally discarded a pair that had survived Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. They were 3 years old at the time of the storms. I am very hard on my jeans. I inspect the interior tanks of offshore boats and perform mechanical, electrical, and plumbing repairs, all while wearing Wranglers. They are subjected to all types of water conditions, soaps, and degreasers. The shortest life span for a pair of jeans has been 5 years. In my opinion,these are the best jeans on the market!! August 15, 2013
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All Jeans are made from U.S. material but are stitched in Mexico.
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All of the wrangler jeans I have purchased in the last 5 plus years have been made in Mexico of USA Fabric. I don't think any of the Wrangler jeans (at least not Cowboy Cut) are made in the USA any longer. I have both prewashed and rigid as well as slim and original fit and only my really old (purchased prior to 2000) have a made in the USA tag.
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What is the difference between regular and original fit jeans?

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The seat, thigh, and leg measurements are very similar for these fits. However, the original fit features a higher rise in the back and also a slightly higher rise in the front than our regular fit jeans.
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I have purchased both original and regular fit jeans and they are cut about the same. The regular fit seem to have a slightly higher waist (rise from crotch to button) and are a little slimmer in the thigh.
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rigid sizing vs pre washed sizing

i wear a 34/34 in13MWZ PW. What size should i order in 13MWZ rigid jeans?
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Depending on how you like to wear your jeans (i.e. more fitted or more generous), we would recommend going up an inch or two. If a more fitted jean is desired, an inch should be good. If a more generous fit is what you'd like, then add two inches.
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I usually buy the same size or once size up in the waist. It depends on how you plan to care for the jeans. If you will be washing and drying in a clothes dryer they will shrink about .5-1 inch in the waist. The length is usually a little longer and shrinks to the perfect size. The shrinking in the waist and seat will make them snugger in both areas. They do not seem to shrink as much if you air dry them.
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Availability of large pockets suitable for new phone sizes?

I like the original cowboy cut jeans. I am considering purchasing a new much larger phone and wondered if any particular model offered larger pockets than other Wrangler models.
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Absolutely. The 47MWZ is designed with a deeper front pocket than the original 13MWZ. You may want to check this jean out. You can find it here: http://www.wrangler.com/store/WRG_S.... We would love to hear from you if you have additional questions. Please give us a call at 888-784-8571 and a team member will be happy to assist you further.
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The 36MWZ and 47MWZ models have the biggest pockets of any of the styles I have purchased. I have an iPhone 6 and it fits just fine in both styles in the front or rear pocket. It will fit in the watch pocket but it does stick out about an inch. The Boot Cut 935 and 945 have pretty deep pockets too but they do not have copper rivits on the rear pockets which I prefer.
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