121 Slim Straight Jean
Our 121 Heritage Slim strikes the perfect balance between slim and straight. It's our easiest slim fit with a universally flattering mid-rise.
- FIT: Mid-rise, slim fit with a slim leg
- Dark wash denim
- Classic 5-pocket styling
- Zipper fly closure
- Front rise: 10 1/2 inches, Back rise: 14 1/2 inches, Leg opening: 15 inches (Size 32)
Fabric & Care
98% COTTON 2% ELASTAN
Machine Wash Cold
Tumble Dry Low
Do Not Dry Clean
Slims silhouette (3), Lengthens legs (1), Slims waist (1)
Poor Quality (1)
Was this a gift?
Yes (1), None (5)
Feels true to length (5), Feels too long (1)
Feels true to size (4), Feels too big (2)
Highly Versatile (3), Casual Wear (3), Dates / Night Out (2), Office Wear (2)
Budget Shopper (1), Classic Style (1), Classic Dresser (3), Trendy Style (2), Casual Dresser (2)
Michael 6/6/19Best Jeans Ever
Excellent jeans I always order the same ones
Eddy 5/18/19Thumbs up!!
Best jeans I've ever worn! Soft and perfect fit. Just like the zipper area says: Lucky me!!!!
Jennifer 10/25/18Best present ever
Christmas present for my son. Material and color looks really nice.
Cheryl 3/30/18Hands down favorites
Great Jeans. Look great with boots.
Richard 3/30/18Satisfied customer
Great look and fit.
Vinay 3/27/18Good quality at the right price
Fits true to size and the fabric is very comfortable. Worth the price !
Patrick 3/27/18I would buy again
Omar 3/27/18Please Unsubscribe
Jeans are solid. But the weekly emails asking me to review them had made the purchase not worth it.
William 3/26/18horrible fit, poor customer service
horrible fit, poor customer service
Nitpicky Joe 3/24/18My favorite weekend and office dress down jeans ever!
The fit, wearability, and quality of these jeans are excellent. I love the dark wash and the consistency of the color (manteca) and the minimal wiskering. The wiskering on most jeans are so overdone that they look entirely prefabricated - hoping that this trend fades quickly along with the destroyed jean trend and leotard skinny stilt legged nonsense (on that note most designers often do not know when to call it quits on stuff the is out of fashion).