Wrangler RetroÂ® Jeans - Slim Boot
I ordered relaxed fit first then realized that I like a more tighter fit, so I went to slim fit (which is what that means) and they fit great! I will definitely be ordering more!
December 30, 2013
HURRAY! A jean for the very tall, very slim man.
My son grew 6 inches in a year! He is now 6'5" and has a 30" waist. Most manufacturers think if you are tall you also have to be big. Thanks Wrangler for realizing that is not true, and for providing fashionable options in cut and finishes. Just wish the prices for items with those features were a little less expensive. $50 + per pair is a little steep for college students.
August 1, 2013
The jeans arrived with a couple of cuts or tears in the fabric, possibly from overdone pre-wash. The cuts weren't noticeable until the jeans were washed.
July 12, 2013
Poor material quality
Generally, I love the Wrangler Retro jeans. They fit and look good. The quality on this style, however, is very poor. The material is flimsy. The rear seat of the jeans just tore open for no reason other than poor material. I contacted Wranger via their email but never even received a response. Very disappointing given the number of jeans I have ordered and all they say about quality.
June 7, 2013
Poorest quality jeans I've ever worn.
After much research and reading many positive reviews I bought two pairs of 77MWZ jeans. It's difficult to find a pair of boot cut jeans with a low rise waist and I was hoping I finally found my 'go to' jeans for wearing with my cowboy boots. I'd already been growing increasingly exasperated by brands of jeans that can't stand up to simply being worn, and hoped to at least get 6-8 months out of these.
At first, I absolutely loved these jeans. They fit great all around and looked really good with anything I wore with them.
I've washed both pairs maybe 6 times. I wash them in cold water, gentle cycle, and tumble dry low. I haven't done anything remotely resembling 'work' in these pants. The most strenuous activity they've seen is sitting down playing tournament poker. Basically, I've completely babied these jeans.
The belt loops started to go on both pairs right around the one month mark. One by one the seams on the loops just split apart and left big holes around the waist of the pants.
Then the seams on both pairs started to fray. Up the side of the leg, around the back pocket, and at the lower hem.
Then yesterday, I got into my car and the pants just straight up gave out - a spot on the left side next to the back pocket just decided to split open like it had been cut with scissors with no warning, no hole, no fraying... my pants just split for no conceivable reason.
I have been wearing jeans almost exclusively for nearly 40 years. These Wranglers, despite being some very good-looking pants when new, are hands down the lowest quality jeans I have EVER purchased. I barely got a month of light wear out of them before they began to completely fall apart. Now I'm left with one barely wearable pair and one ripped-up pair of rags.
When I was a kid, I used to actively bike and skateboard in my jeans, and I had several pairs of Wranglers that lasted all the way through high school. WHAT HAPPENED TO WRANGLER JEANS?!?!
June 3, 2013
My boyfriend loves the fit and look
The look is up to date. The jeans look good with a sweatshirt or a nice v-neck.
April 26, 2013