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Rated 5 out of 5Â by John70 Really excited about my jeans!
I have warn Wrangler jeans for years. for a while I was able to get close to my size in the retail stores... and including the "W" stitched on the back pockets. I have canvased all the stores the last couple of years wanting to replace my old old pairs (which are now my work in the yard jeans) but could never find my size.. I used to by 31 x 30.. but my wife always had to hem them which should have been unnecessary. So I broke down and went to the Wrangler on line site and found both and waist size I actually needed 31 x 29. I washed them (2 pair) alone first then read the washing instructions... No harm done but the next two washing's I will turn them inside out as recommended. I think it is because the color bleeds on the brand new pair is less inside out.. which was ok because I want them to become a little lighter in shade.
I couldn't be happier and plan to use the Wrangler site from now on for my wrangler Jeans!!!
December 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TomtheTvengineer Still a classic!
I have been wearing these 13MWZ jeans for many years. Especially like the heavy duty zipper zipper.
August 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Captain68 Fits me perfectly.
I will only wear wrangler jeans because of their fit and durability. I have tried other brands, but wrangler is the best.
August 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bearcat Good value
If you have never had a pair of the 13mwz rigid, here's what to expect. The front pockets are small, and the back hip pockets are set a bit high for my taste, but they hold a wallet well. The rise is high and if you buy a little longer inseam than you need, you will get a sag in the crotch area over the course of a day. I wear a 38x34 in prewashed jeans, but buy these 40x34 to ensure enough room in the waist after drying. You can air dry them of course, but hey will be super stiff for a few wears and will still shirnk a bit. They hold their color well, but go through a blueberry phase between being new and really broke in. They are a superb value for work or play. I do carpentry work and farm work in them and they last very well. They do tend to curl up with the hems at the leg bottoms but an iron will fix that. To me they look best paired with work boots or cowboy boots....never like the look of them with tennis shoes!
August 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TXGnr1911 Heavy Duty and Fit as Advertized
I've been wearing Wrangler jeans for decades. They are the only brand I wear. Am I happy they are outsourced for assembly, no. But what isn't these days. These jeans fit perfectly. They are a heavier material than their "regular" jean but are still very comfortable. This is the first time I have purchased this style but it is the only style I will purchase from now on. Excellent jean at a reasonable price and very good quality. Well done Wrangler.
June 11, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by TXcowboy822 Problems with rivets
I have been wearing Wrangler 13MWZ jeans daily for over 30 years and have always liked how they fit and hold up. I usually buy 3-4 pair a year. It seems like something has changed in the last few years with the quality or the manufacturing. Out of the 10 pair I currently wear, 4 of them have torn where the rivets attach the rear pockets. Some at one pocket, a couple pair at both pockets. Another issue I have had with a couple of pair, one leg (seems to always be the right leg) has a twist to it. I crease and starch my jeans and the crease and seam will be straight at the knee and then twisted so the outer seam is on top of my boot.
May 18, 2015