Premium Performance Cowboy CutÂ® Slim Fit Jean (Big & Tall)
Bought these back in december its now febuary and wore through in the butt and back left pocket very dissapointed in these jeans. other than that problem wrangler is the top quality in blue jeans
March 1, 2015
What the heck
Bought MWZ slims because I hate baggie pants. But I can't figure Wrangler out. They have a lot of different styles but do not really explain the difference of them. I am not a skinny person. 5'7 170lbs. but with the slims I bought you can still fit 2 of me in the crotch, butt and legs. Can't figure sizing out either. The pants I have are Wrangler 35 X 32. An inch too small in the waist and perfect in the length. So I purchased 36 X 32. They are 2 inches too big in the waist and 3 inches too long. Yes I used a tape measure.
February 13, 2015
love 36 MWZ--the best fit for me. I wish they were made in other colors such as are offered in the 936 line.
October 30, 2014
first pair of 36MWZ
Just bought my first pair of the 36MWZ's. I normally wear 936 Slim fit but the 36mWZ seems to be more comfortable and fit a little better. Very happy with the quality and will being buying more. I just wish they were made here in the USA.
December 5, 2014
I don't see this heavy a denim from any other manufacturer.
I'm slim and it's a good cut for me, boot legs, too.
November 22, 2014
The premium is actually premium.
Iâm working my way through the different types, or styles that fit me anyway, of Wrangler jeans.
I am now on the Premium performance Cowboy cut.
These, as described, do fit lower on the waste, so that will take some getting used to for me. The reason I say this, is the crotch area seems to drop lower than the other Wranglers I own. It isnât snug. Maybe that is how these are supposed to fit.
Overall, the fit is nice however.
I ordered the WD Wash, so have the thickest, and the fabric is already nice and soft feeling, but always sturdy. No hard scratchy feeling.
Hereâs were Iâm confused. These state they are seamless, but in fact have seams, or what Iâd call seams.
If you look at a pair of Cowboy Cuts, on the outer side of the jeans, the line that runs down the leg is stitched thick. The inside doesnât have that thick stitch, but these do. So, is that what is called seamless?
I think of seams as the place that the jeans are sewed together. I have some other brand jeans that the leg is perfectly smooth, so call that seamless. Am I wrong?
These are premium built and really seem better made, so worth the extra few dollars if this is what you require.
Last, the only drawback on this shipment was the trail dust. It was on the tags and inside the bag, so got on my hands when unpacking the jeans. The jeans are new, smell new, and were not dirty, but why all that trail, or factory dust?
Iâve never had that on the other orders.
November 14, 2014