Rated 5 out of 5 by Connecticutian Get These!
I got my first pair about 2 months ago. They were a little long at first but they do shrink to size in length.
Very comfortable and warm.
If you have the other ones already, these are just as good and in a slightly different, darker color.
I pretty much wear lined jeans all winter -- every day. It's cold! Why wouldn't I?
These sit below the waist in a comfortable place. I can move and bend in them. Everything works. Perfect. 5 stars.
January 21, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mervich 1912 Standard Fit, Lined Jeans - Disappointing
These jeans are one full size too large in the waist. If you wear a 36, order a 34, and so on. Based on other reviews, I ordered mine a size smaller and the waist fits perfectly. The length is about right, allowing for a bit of shrinkage. The lining isn't as warm as flannel, but it is considerably better than unlined. What I didn't understand is that 1912 apparently means really old style jeans, because these have a circa 1912 cut. The fit is like old farmer work coveralls without the bib?huge in the hips all the way down to the hems. I suppose if you're looking for really roomy hunting or work jeans, these are the ones you want. But if you want to pair them with a sport shirt and penny loafers, they just look silly, like clown pants. For me, these jeans are a no go.
January 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by themailmanlady sadlly won't work for me
I was delighted when I saw these. I love your fleece lined jeans, but some days they're a bit too warm. I thought these would be the ideal weight for those not-so-cold but not warm days. Unfortunately for me, the fit-appearance is very boxy looking. The fleeces fit just right, but these make me look as though I'm square between the belly button and the crotch, and I'm not! I'm disappointed.. I guess that's why they were on sale.
December 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by UrbanLowlife Wait for a Sale
I ordered these pants on sale thinking of frigid days ahead, but I discovered a nice fringe benefit: worn on moderately cold days (down to low 30's, say), the insulation of my legs extends the comfort range of my favorite medium weight fall jacket by at least 25F, and provide a more comfortable overall experience than cold legs with a bulkier coat.
I can see no reason the pants wouldn't have a similar effect when it is finally time to put on the down, so I think I can say these pants have become my favorite casual pants for winter.
December 15, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hoplow Way Too Long
Wow...these are long and look like bell bottoms. I ordered the same size I have for 15 years with other bean pants, but these things are so long they wrap half way under my foot. I understand they are a different fit, but I did not know this makes them longer. As for the bell-bottom aspect, at least I can fit some heavy winter boots under the ankle since there is way too much fabric to stuff inside the top of the boot.
November 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by ect9148 PERFECT FIT
I am not able to rank these 5 star until i wear them on a very cold day.I live in the city in Chicago near the Lake, therefore I walk a lot. The 13 oz denim is perfect to be lined. They do feel a little heavy though not uncomfortable, but it won't matter when it is cold. The size is perfect. I am of average build and these jeans fit nicely. If someone is real thin, they may find them a bit too full cut. Now, I wait for the cold weather.
October 5, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by webistrator I won't buy these again-here's why...
Although I've purchased the regular (and cheaper) LLB fleece-lined jeans for years. I thought that since these were touted as made of "premium...denim" they might be even heavier, as the other lined jeans give mediocre wear in the pockets and cuffs. So I hinted and got these as a gift. I found these to be even less durable than the regular LLB fleece-lined jeans.
So recently, while reordering the regular lined jeans, I talked to LLB customer service. It turns out that these are actually LIGHTER denim (13 oz.) than the pants of 14-oz. denim costing $15 less! And the cotton lining on these is definitely less durable (and less moisture-repellent) than the synthetic fleece in the cheaper (but better) version in spite of weak wear in some areas.
LLB was once known for value at a good price. Now, they seem to be losing that tradition. Sad.
November 8, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by billyburgbuddy OK, but expensive
these are the same as the non-lined but the additional lining does not merit the extra cost--much too expensive for the quality. i recommend them if the price is not an issue. the fabric is medium weight and slightly rough. mine got soft after a year's worth ( once a week) of washing.
October 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2beanfans Bean's 1912 Lined Jeans for Men
These pants fit well. They are warm and comfortable without looking bulky.
September 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by thedook4 waffle lined jeans
excellant fit,warm and comfortable on 15 to 20 degree days,good price
February 9, 2011