2111 Slim Cut
The 2111 slim fit is mid rise, trim through the thigh and fits straight below the knee.
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2120 Taper Cut
Our most popular model - the 2120 taper fit is a higher mid rise cut, with some room in the thigh and a taper to the hem.
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2117 Relaxed Taper
The 2117 Relaxed Taper fit is a high rise, with more room in the seat and thigh. The leg tapers from the knee to the hem. This model is a good choice if you have bigger thighs from lifting or cycling.
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There are a few basic measurements needed to help you get a great fit the first time. This is how we measure all jeans for the fit charts on each style. Sizing changes from style to style and fabric to fabric, please see the product pages for more detail.
Compare these measurements to freshly laundered or soaked jeans to get and idea of the fit. Keep in mind waistband measurements will stretch more than thigh, knee and hem measurements.
The jeans are laid flat on a table and front and back of the waistband are matched together. The measurement is taken from the top most edge of the waistband.
The front rise is measured along the center front from the inseam to the top of the waistband.
Thigh measurements are taken 1″ down the inseam and perpendicular to the outseam. Be sure to include all fabric at this level, not just the front panel.
The knee measurement is taken 13.5″ down the inseam. Include all fabric from the front and back panels.
The hem opening is measured near the standard inseam length (typically 35-37″). Inseam lengths vary product to product, please check on the webstore.