Some jean companies use 'vanity' sizing, they will tag their jean a 34" waist but the actual measurement will be 36" to 37". All American Clothing will be a little more 'true' to size. We tag the jean with a 34" tag and the actual measurement will be 34.5" to 35.5" (to allow for any shrinkage). Please measure a pair of jeans you currently like to wear and use that measurement to order our jeans.
Mens Jean Fit Guide (Scroll down to see more)
got a couple of pairs. Just before I purchased these I had purchased a couple of pairs of Dickie's carpenter jeans (made in Mexico) for signficantly less cost and double kneed. Both
my pairs of AAC jeans have holes in the knees now and the Dickies are still going strong. Want to buy American so wrote the company a separate e-mail suggesting a change in this jean's design.
I have several pairs of Dickies carpenter jeans and they fit great, pockets are all in the right places and they don't look sloppy and cost half as much. As a union member I want to support US businesses but I can't throw my money away for the sake of patriotism. For shorter inseams they should actually measure shorter people because the proportions of this jean are all wrong. I look sloppy wearing these and they're almost like pajama pants in how baggy they are. I'm going to keep washing them and hope they shrink a little more but I'm not impressed with the fit considering how much they cost. I could've had 4 pairs of new Dickies that fit awesome for the cost of these 2. Now that I've washed them I'm basically SOL as far as returns are concerned.
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