Walking ten feet behind your girlfriend is bound to give you confidence issues.
Despite their Swedish roots, the regular-fit WeSC Standard Denim Pant won't make you look all Euro. So you'll have to do that on your own. WeSC wove these straight-leg, not-too-tight-or-baggy jeans from vintage cotton denim, so they're damn comfy right out of their nonexistent box. Contrast pocket stitching and a bright yellow WeSC patch boost your style sans bling.
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Got these for my husband in the colors authentic and raw. They look awesome, he loves them. Fit is true to size. He is 6'1" and they're just the right length. Authentic is soft, like they're already worn it, but still a nice thick material. Raw are really, really stiff! I've washed them a couple times and they have only softened up a little bit.
Does anybody know what the difference is...
Does anybody know what the difference is between the Standard jeans and Marwin jeans, The Standards look like they are baggier. Also how do these jeans compare to Volcom Enowen jeans in terms of fit? Thanks for the help.
Hey Musa-I can help you out. The Standard jean is just that - a regular fit jean with a 17 inch leg opening, and a standard rise in the crotch. They're really not that baggy though they look that way in the picture. The Marwin has some different styling cues, most notable are drop crotch styling (more room in the crotch) and a tapered leg opening. The Marwin reminds me of the "euro yo boy" look, if that makes sense.
The Standard has been more popular for us than the Marwin. I hope that helps you make your decision.
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Bought these in the Raw variant and they are just about the perfect jean.
They hug my butt just right and are the perfect in between of a skinny jean and a regular fit. They are not baggy at all and if you want some nice fashionable jeans without looking like a skinny hipster who does nothing but drink PBR and smoke cigarettes these jeans will do it. Btw I have nothing against PBR.
Hey DF...you going to bring in the Raw...
Hey DF...you going to bring in the Raw Selvage version of this pant? Please?
Standard sets the bar high.
Despite the model images, these pants AREN'T BAGGY at all. They fit and look a lot like Levi's 501's but with about an inch lower rise and a touch slimmer straight leg if my eyes work right. True to size. I am 5'10 170lb, 32X32 and they fit perfectly with the cuff rolled up 2in. Like another review said, WeSC's attention to detail is outstanding. Denim is 12.5oz ring-spun cotton, with laser-like chain stitching and double-stitched inseams. If you get the Raw look out for dry bleeding on light clothing and furniture.
WeSC Standard Denim Pant ROCK!
Bought these for my man as a gift and not only do they fit true to size, they're the perfect style for those who can't or don't want to wear men's skinny jeans! They're a straight leg so they don't taper or flare. They're not baggy but don't cut the boys off either!
I got him the regular worn color and they'd be great for a night out with your lady or to go kick it with the guys rockin a casual top!
To sum it up - He thinks they're comfy and stylish while I can check him out while he wears em! Worth the cost and will last a LONG time!
I really like these pants. Fit is true to size. I got size 34 to fit my 34in waist. I am 6ft 3in and the length is perfect, not too short not too long. I got them in Regular Worn style and love the wash. The pictures don't do it justice. There is a lot of attention to detail on these. I really like the thickness and strength of the material. These pants will last a long time. Highly recommended.
Do all the colorways have stretch or just...
Do all the colorways have stretch or just the black rinse? What is the ratio of lycra (or stretchy material) to cotton?
Just the black rinse has stretch, that is why they are more expensive is because of the stretch and the rinse treatment.
Anything but Standard. Worth Every Penny
These pants are the highest quality jeans I've ever owned, period. First off, they look DOPE. I'm over the tiny little jeans thing, and this denim nails the current trend for slightly looser, gives-your-boys-room look. They are by no means baggy, just comfy. They look fly on your shoes, and have a 17 inch leg opening I'm guessing. Just right. Second, I've never seen construction quality like this. The seams are completely flat, and the stitching is exactly parallel-- as if constructed by a laser-guided robot. The denim on the Aged wash is a great weight, and seems like it will last forerver. Finally, sizing is just a little small, typical Euro. I normally wear size 32s with a belt, but with these no belt required.