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The Volcom Vorta Slim Denim Pants offer a classic low-rise, slim-straight fit and more rinse options than you can shake a stick at (we never really figured out the point of this whole stick-shaking thing).
  • Low-rise slim-straight fit sits close without cutting off your circulation
  • Slightly stretchy denim fabric for mobility and comfort

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Unanswered Question

Is only one of the colors made w/ organic...

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Is only one of the colors made w/ organic cotton? If so, which one? I'm confused by the material list and the corresponding letters. Thanks

5 5

Awesome Pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the way these pants fit, there the perfect type of skinny, that gently hug your legs, I got the asphalt color way, and I wish I didn't have to take these pants off! Volcom is continuing to put out the best clothing and this pants lives up to the hype!

5 5

Volcom Vorta Slim

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Like the quality of the Volcom Vorta Jeans (can't beat the Raw denim) but it's important to note that the fit of the jeans is determined by the color/style. Might take a few tries to get the right size/fit but I would get them again. This is one of the few inexpensive organic cotton jeans that rock a slim tapered fit.

i really don't understand the measurements...

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i really don't understand the measurements of volcom, i don't understand the "30" "31" i'm more used to like (30,32) kind of measurements can someone help i'm new to this.

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They have a more simple type of measurements. I used to work at Volcom.

They just have for example, Size: 30, 32, 34, etc..

30 = 30 x 30,
32 = 32 x 32,
34 = 34 x 34 etc...

They don't have any pants that are 30 x 32. Why? I have no idea but they keep things simple thats why they only say size 30 or size 32, and so on, for their pants.