I speak for what I suspect as one of the few demographics that seem to be ignored. Bell bottom jeans are not only a nastalgic part of my generation but they wore extremely well. In many cases, your shoes may not have been appropriate for an event but we ( I'm 56 and healthy, thats why I wear the same size I did when I was 19.) wore and still where jeans no matter the venue. But with bell-bottoms the toe of your shoes was all that was exposed. Color wasn't even a factor. Unless you were just a perfectionist. you were the only person that knew your belt, shirt, or whatever wasn't didn't match. May seem trivial. But that's a non-issue, saavy? To me less to worry on clothes the better. More important than ever since due to mid-aged hair, hearing aids from the Army, replacing teeth, and other old foggey requirements . In closing, these jeans are the closest I cac/have found. Convince them to bring out the old pattern. And I will buy 10 pair.( I do like the slimmer part around my rear but show stopper. Bells only! No stove pipes, not cool. Do this, and I will carry a sign that says they're back, free, no kidding. Beta my a** up and I'll make you some money. But please at least email me if the produce them. I'll pay for 10 sight unseen. Thanks for your time. Make my 60's (age not cullture) cool please! And the first person that gives marketing this idea; I garrantee a raise and corner office. Yours, Larry Trammell
Great cut Great fit
it fits well and i feel really good wearing them
I was sent the wrong product. Customer service was not willing to help me get correct product before Christmas. I had to drive an hour to the nearest Sears. They did not have product in stock. They would not give me a cash refund so I could buy product else where amd not one employee apologized.
Purchased Levi's for 30+ years. The styling will always stand the test of time, material: not so much. Over the years their denim fabric has become a lot thinner. For the price, they should still have the same quality. This has changed drastically over the years. They no longer stand up to the rigorous wear and tear of everyday.