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363 Vintage Straight Coolmax All Season Technology Jean


Style: 7M12737
$129.00 $77.40



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COOLMAX® All Season Technology is engineered to regulate your temperature, keeping you cool when it's hot, and warm when it's chilly. The 363 Vintage Straight is our go-to jean. With an easy mid-rise and relaxed seat, these jeans are a constant go-to in a classic fit and slightly tapered leg.

  • COOLMAX® is a trademark of the LYCRA company
  • FIT: Mid-rise, classic fit with a straight leg
  • Dark wash denim
  • Classic 5-pocket styling
  • Zipper fly closure
  • Front rise: 10 1/2 inches, Back rise: 15 inches, Leg opening: 17 1/4 inches (Size 32)
Fabric & Care

55% Cotton 22% COOLMAX POLYESTER 21% Tencel Lyocell 2% Lyrca Elastane Machine wash cold
With like colors
Non-chlorine bleach
Tumble dry low
Warm Iron
Do not dry clean

Customer Reviews
  • 4.8 / 5
    Based on 4 Reviews
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  • Yes

    Good fit

  • Really comfortable jeans!!!

    I like to use these jeans when I travel. They are super comfortable thanks to its stretch fabric and they fit great. It's the third pair I have bought.

  • Extremely comfotable, good looking and versitile jeans!

    Love the color and feel of these jeans. The slightly tapered style looks great and feels great. Would definitely buy another pair if I ever need them again. Fantastic jeans! #SWEEPSTAKES

  • I may buy this product again unless I can find American Made

    I like this jean, but in years past have always tried to buy American made. The white oak denim and manufactured in US were characteristics I never minded paying a little extra for. This most recent purchase, I was not able to find an 'American Made' style. Did I just overlook something?