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Wrangler Men's Cowboy Cut Original Fit Jean, Gray, 33W x 32L
173.02 SAR

Wrangler Men's Cowboy Cut Original Fit Jean, Gray, 33W x 32L

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173.02 SAR 

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  • Prewashed charcoal grey finish
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    • Prewashed charcoal grey finish

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  • As good as you're going to get for this little money.
    By 428 on 28 May 2017

    I am reviewing the rigid denim 13MWZ, purchased May 2017.

    These classic Cowboy Cuts are the best bang for the buck out there. In terms of design, Cowboy Cuts are an improvement on Levi's in many ways that make a difference in everyday use:

    1) Higher back pockets. This looks better on asses, doesn't look saggy, and it's more practical.

    2) Wider/deeper watch pocket. The Levi's watch pocket is useless.

    3) Double-felled outseams, as opposed to double-felled inseams on Levi's. This is more comfortable on inner thighs, and doesn't wear down as quickly.

    4) Generally thicker denim with a more durable broken-twill weave. Levi's are 10–12 oz. denim, while most colors of Cowboy Cuts are at least 14 oz., and some are over 15 oz. To be fair, some colors of Cowboy Cuts are made from lighter weight denim, but not the standard blues and blacks (mostly light colors like white and tan, and some grays).

    5) Riveted back pockets.

    6) Smooth rivet caps so you don't scratch stuff

    7) More belt loops

    8) Higher waistband, closer to where a waistband should be on most people (at the belly button).

    9) Straighter leg than Levi's, from top to bottom. This means they fit tighter in the thighs and ass, but still give you plenty of roominess in the lower legs, without actually being flares. Up high, they fit more snugly and thus stay in place better than Levi's. Even the Levi's that are supposedly straight legged are actually significantly bigger up top than they are down the leg. Outside of old-style loose-straight dungarees, Wrangler Cowboy Cuts are the straightest legged jeans you'll find.

    In short, they are more practical and more durable than Levi's, just by way of design and materials. Also, they are extremely reasonably priced ($20–$35 vs. $30–$60 for Levi's), and they're still manufactured with some semblance of quality (made in Mexico of U.S. material; Levi's are made all over the place, and only the stupidly expensive ones use U.S.-made fabric).

    The only "drawback" is that they look "country." They are a more formal (high waisted, tight, neat) looking jean than Levi's, and they don't come in attractive dark indigo washes. The blue is a very bland or even somewhat garish blue. If you feel that way about them, then get them in black and your problems go away.

    Out of the big three American denim brands (Levi's, Lee, Wrangler), in my experience Wrangler's quality has held up the best over the years. They aren't 100 percent as good as they used to be, but they haven't slipped nearly as badly as Levi's. Lees (which are now owned by the same conglomerate that owns Wrangler) have gone downhill the most; they are garbage jeans these days.

    Bottom line, I highly recommend these jeans. They are as good as you're going to get for the money these days.

    109 people found this review helpful

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  • Know What You're Getting! They're Different Than Other Wranglers.
    By H. B. Estabrooks Jr. on 12 June 2017

    These are well-made, durable jeans, but you need to be aware of some details if you have only worn other Wrangler styles before.

    First, compared to Wrangler's "Regular Fit" jeans, these "Cowboy Cut" jeans are much slimmer in the waist, lower abdomen, and seat. Also, the pockets are tight to the jeans and not very deep; a thick wallet is tough to get in and out. Finally, the material is board-stiff when new, and requires many washings to soften up.

    Again, these are good, well-made jeans. No disrespect. But they are different than what you may be accustomed to.

    57 people found this review helpful

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  • Wranglers Wrock!
    By James W on 17 April 2017

    Wrangler jeans have always been my choice; 13MWZ style is what I have worn as long as I can recall wearing jeans. There's a saying among Wrangler wearers...if they ain't Wranglers, they ain't jeans. For users new to rigid jeans, there will be a learning curve. The denim in not prewashed or prepared in any way, so they are rigid. Washing them 3 times, inside out, before wearing them will get rid of some of the dye and will loosen them up a bit. You should also NOT machine dry them for the first few washes. Just put them on and do deep-knee bends to help stretch them. Wear them a long time before washing again; Wranglers will last a very long time and need some break-in work.

    38 people found this review helpful

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  • First Experience with Wrangler and It's Good
    By C. Naill on 01 February 2015

    I decided on these over logger or carpenter jeans because these were not so baggy and had a better body conforming fit. This is the first "rigid" jean I had bought since HS. After three washing, there is a good fade emerging and a better fit. I got them with the understanding they were "shrink to fit". I had bought a pair of used Wrangler 35x32, prewashed, off Ebay as a trial run into this brand since I normally wear 34x31. Those used ones were a bit tight perhaps shrinking some. What I noticed is they did stretch back out.

    The Wranglers I got from Amazon were the rigid 36x32. I wore them a couple of days and decided to wash them inside out in hot water, no detergent. I let them air dry after a brief period on low heat in the dryer. There was no noticeable difference in color or size.

    The next day I used the jean for gathering firewood and operating the tractor in the woods to pick up what I had cut with the saw. I washed the jeans this time with detergent inside out on hot. I dried them on low heat for 20 minutes and then took them out. No noticeable difference in color or size.

    I decided I would give them the full treatment, hot wash (inside out) and hot dry to see what happens. Well, I was pleased with the results, a nice blue is emerging and probably the best fit coming. These are both functional and stylish.

    These are functional because, if you are going to use them for work, you need a jean that sits higher on your hips for bending and getting on and off equipment. They are thicker than the prewashed used one I got off EBay, so they should last. I like how Wrangler tapers the bottoms so they remain over the boot and cannot drag in the mud like bell bottom cut. BTW, these are the original, not slim fit. For work I need some movement. Also, if I need a base layer, I have room.

    These are stylish. I would not hesitate to wear them for business casual with my Justin Ropers or lace up Chippewa's Engineer. The bottom taper would work with either. Now, if you like the bunched up look like I do, consider that when ordering. You'll need some extra length for riding on a tractor or riding a horse, etc.

    31 people found this review helpful

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  • Third time was the charm
    By Satisfied Customer on 06 May 2017

    I ordered the first pair 33x30 like always. It came way too tight. Then I ordered 34x30 and it came 34x33. The third order was for 34x30 again and it came through 34x30 and it fits just great. Too much work but amazon prime made it go smoothly. UPDATE: DO NOT BUY!!! Here's why: on the second washing they shrunk to where I couldn't wear them. And I bought them oversize: 34x30 instead of 33x30. And no I did not dry them on high heat. I dry everything on the lowest setting. Hope this helps someone. I'm going back to Carhardt even though they wear out too soon. Can't wait for HEMP to be legalized.

    15 people found this review helpful

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