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I am finding it down right imposible to find jeans that are made for the curve of a woman. These were the first pair that are pictured to seemingly cut to curve inward. The front of the jeans were but the back of the jeans were not. The waist was at least 5 inches to large and the back of the waist. I own a worn pair of Lee Jeans that fit, I know they can make them, Why have they started selling mens cut jeans (straight and not curve) to women. Is fabric gotten so expensive that they can't afford cutting them with curves? Good this I know how to sew and can take them a part and correct them. If it wasn't bad enough to put elastic in almost all of womens Jeans. There is something to be said about controling the curve. Either give us the cut that curve with the womans body or find something else to make. Getting down off my soap box after I and this note. Why not let us influence what styles get made again instead of blindingly making new style. Remember when the word classic stood for more than a cut of fabric. Ok getting down.
I normally love Lee Riders, but I am highly disappointed in these. I bought them less than a month ago and there is already a hole in the inner thigh. I figured they would last at least 6 months, but they didn't make it 30 days. I guess their quality has gone down the toilet.