Our Fit

Five fits to cover all your denim needs. Never sacrifice fit for style.

Spencer

 

Low Rise

Slim Straight Leg

 

Stafford

 

Low Rise

Straight Leg Taper

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Mack

 

Classic Mid-Rise

Relaxed Bootcut

 

Justin

 

Classic Mid-Rise

Relaxed Straight Leg

 

Moto

 

Low Rise

Straight Leg Taper

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 How to Measure Yourself for Men's Jeans

How to Measure Yourself

Sizes usually vary between brands, so you can ensure you’re buying the right size by comparing your true measurements to available size charts when shopping online. Here are some helpful tips to figure out how to find your true measurements:

  1. To measure your “natural waist” size, start by slightly leaning over to the side until a crease forms on your torso. Stand upright and measure the circumference of where that crease was.
  2. The hip measurement is the most important to consider for Level 7 jeans. To get your hip measurement, stand with your feet together and measure the circumference of the widest part of your hips.
  3. To measure your thigh, go 1” below your crotch and measure around your thigh.
  4. To find your inseam measurement, take your best fitting pair of pants and measure from the lowest part of the crotch to the very bottom of the pants.