Rated 4 out of 5áby MrsGrant A little tight...
My husband has an athletic build (he lifts) and often has trouble finding jeans that fit him in the legs. These were still a bit tight on him, and he preferred the relaxed fit (we bought both). Overall, much better than any jeans we find in stores.
January 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby SPIBeachLover LL BEAN to the Rescue. As Always.
It's 6 pm Wednesday. I find out I need no-warning surgery and need to travel to a much colder city to get it. We are still wearing shorts here. Really need a pair of jeans.
Try to order on line, but it tells me that even with express delivery, since I live on an island, it'll be 3 days. I only have 2.
Call LL Bean. They promise me 2-day delivery.
Doorbell rings at 5:30 Friday. Not only did they arrive, but they are exactly what I wanted, and they fit perfectly. (As always.)
I don't just buy at LL Bean for the incredible quality. I also buy for the incredible reliability and incredible service.
(And, yeah. The jeans really are all they said they would be.)
October 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5áby GADad Natural fit baggie in thighs and seat
I have ordered three pairs of these in the Natural fit over the past year or so. All have fit perfectly. I just ordered another pair of the Natural fit in the same size and the fit is very different. The waist size was the same, but the thighs/ hips were much more baggie. This is what I would expect from the relaxed fit. They are made of the same quality material. The fit is not so bad that I will return them, but I will likely not order another pair.
July 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5áby chgobass What about taller men?
Bring back the 36" inseam. At 6'6", I can't buy these anymore. They were the perfect fit for me.
June 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Photobugger Great Jeans
Fit is perfect and quality is tops. Heavyweight denim, just like in the old days. Most other denim jeans today are lightweight, flimsy junk. Kudos to LL Bean.
May 6, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5áby doubleLJean don't fit OVER boots
Jeans are super comfortable, however, as others have stated, they are tapered too much at the hem for my taste. I thought I had found the perfect jean until I wore them with a pair of boots (llbean cresta hikers). The jeans did not fit OVER the boot properly. Maybe one day they will address this issue, until then I can only wear with tennis shoes. I was going to try the classic fit but was informed by bean that the classic fit hem is 1/2" narrower than these. Would be a 5 star otherwise.
March 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby VisitorHere 14? rise. Yes! But looser than Classic Fit
Descriptions for Natural Fit and Classic Fit sound similar. I tried both. Classic fit is more like the old 505 Levi?s. I prefer the Classic. Natural is looser in the seat. Both have the traditional 14? rise. Hallelujah for that!
March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby jayb0414 Nice, solid , sweet
Great fit. Great material. Great feel and color
February 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5áby WelshTerrierFan Baggy in the seat !
These are very nice quality jeans, however; for my husband they are too baggy in the seat. I like your other styles much better. He will keep them and just use as work around the house jeans.
January 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Bohan Shrunk 1/2" after first wash
These were for my father. LL Bean altered them very well but they shouldn't say "count on the color and size to remain true, wash after wash" because they shrunk 1/2" after the first wash and dry cycle. I dried them in hot longer than necessary but I like to be able to do that so now I know to buy 1/2" longer. Before washing, the pants bunched up more than I and my father so I thought shrinking would help but it only helped the front look better while the sides and back are too short. I think getting the length right would be easier if the leg openings were a little wider. With wider leg openings the front of the pants would rest on a lower portion of the shoe and not bunch up as much and the front of the pants would drape better on the shoe without causing the sides and back to ride up along with the front.
January 8, 2014