Rated 5 out of 5 by Acemoose Denim as it should be
Strong tough, the right color (original blue is the only color on the denim family tree IMHO), wears like iron, COMFORTABLE, and I can roll up the cuff if I really feel like it, which I do.
July 21, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by DurableFabricNeeded Quality issue with Relaxed Fit Jeans
Silly . . . no-REASON for rejection!
PLEASE BE SPECIFIC WHY MY POST WAS REJECTED.
I simply stated I was 75 and did NO physicall work.
I own 3 pairs of stretch top LLBean jeans and rotate them
but the fabric is of poor quality. The knees from NORMAL
pressure BLOWS out the knee. I have just cut down one of
my 3 pairs to make great shorts. While the other 2 are on the
way out! Have considered having a patch sewn into the knee
area on the inside, when NEW! These Mexican manufactured
jeans can be made better using a stronger fabric. I have said
I do not mind paying more for a better QUALITY FABRIC!
My first pair of LL Bean boots were your classic ones and
bought for me in 1946.
July 6, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jenda Not my size
Why is it these jeans do not come with a 31 inch length? I am sure there are many others like myself who wear 31 inch length who can only get this length by buying 32 inch jeans and having them hemmed.
May 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by denny9000 Comfortable
Most comfortable jeans I've ever owned.
They look good but aren't tight anywhere.
Quality is good.
April 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Combine Great fit
I love these jean! Fit is so much better than Levi's which I wore for many years
Only problem is I want 36" inseams. I used to get 36" but they are no longer available in relaxed fit. Please bring back 36" lengths!!
April 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by KBPittsburgh Satisfied
I first heard about LL Bean's product guarantee on NPR and have been a loyal customer ever since. I am willing to pay more for a product if it says LL Bean.
Overall, I am satisfied with these pants for the price. The relaxed fit is really what sold me on these. The quality is average at best. I do wish that LL Bean would offer a more contemporary finish like the signature jeans in a relaxed fit. Also, they are imported.
March 24, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by KenJL Black dye is not as good as it was
I've been wearing Double Ls for years but the last two pairs of Black have faded in two washings and returned them. What happened? ? These used to be great. I still have an older pair that look better than the ones I've had to return.
Please go back to the old dye!!
March 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by wbaustin My new 'go to' jeans
For years I wore nothing but Levi's, as the prices kept increasing and quality seemed to go down, I looked for alternatives. I decided to try the LL Bean brand of jeans and the relaxed fit not only lived up to my expectations, but they exceeded my expectations.
The quality is still there, the material is durable as one would expect, and they fit and look great. After wearing a couple of pair for a few months, I ordered more and will continue to do so as I need new jeans.
February 15, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Iamtroll Nice jeans but
I like the fit of these jeans, but I thought the zipper fly was very rough. The zipper has been around for over 150 years so making one is not rocket science. So that speaks to me of low initial quality. If that is the case then even though they feel good, I am not confident that they will give me good service. I know that LL Bean will stand behind them no matter what but I would have been happier if the first time I put them on, there was not a question of the high quality that I have come to expect from LL Bean.
January 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by MrsGrant Fit my husband well!
My husband has a very athletic build (he lifts) and often, the legs of jeans are too tight for him. He ends up having to go up to a huge waist size to compensate for the skinny fit in the legs of most jeans these days. The relaxed leg in these fit him perfectly, and he was able to wear his normal waist size, for once! We will certainly be investing in more than one pair of these for him.
January 5, 2015