Levi’s Men’s 505 Regular Fit-Jeans, Dark Stonewash, 36×34

By | July 18, 2019

The versatility of the straight leg is great for all body types

Product Features

  • Extra room in seat and thigh with a straight leg
  • Sits at waist
  • 5-pocket styling
  • Washing the jeans (machine wash, temperature, dryer, etc.) may cause shrinkage along the fabric and the inseam , the industry standard is maybe around 1.5%, which translates to ¼ to ½ in inches

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 07/18/2019 at 18:04.

Not at all the Levi’s I’ve owned and worn for years WTF Levi’s, WTF. I’ve bought and worn 505s for decades and have always been more than satisfied. I received these and right away noticed something wrong. They didn’t feel right. Upon putting a pair on, as someone else posted, it felt like I was wearing light Khakis. Not not LL Bean’s Khakis either, Khakis from Target.I checked the labels of these 505s with my previous purchase and they were made in the same factory.Whereas previous pairs of 505s were typically 12-14 oz. denim…

Anonymous on 07/18/2019 at 18:23.

Levi’s – please revisit your 505 redesign Add me to the list of folks giving 1 star to what was a 5 star product, and I’ll be returning these. The denim and construction are as good as ever, the fit is not as comfy but probably acceptable, belt loops also a step in the wrong direction – but inch and a half shorter pockets? Are you mad? Jeans are supposed to be practical, and decent pockets for guys to carry stuff in has always been part of that. In particular, I’ve always kept my phone in a front pocket, since I don’t like cracked…

Anonymous on 07/18/2019 at 18:32.

A legacy lost, like so many things. Structure to the wayside for sake of style. I’m a simple man. I like well-made stuff that lasts forever. I don’t care where it comes from, and I’ll spend for perfection. I like classic, rugged things that respect a legacy of craftsmanship, rather than dance for the flighty whim of style. Always thought the 505s and 501s were that, ‘sfar as jeans went, but I’m learning I’m wrong, or more likely, something’s changed.First, I can’t wrap my head around the colors. Classic blue with yellow stitches looks as good as ever, but be…

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