Levi Commuter Jeans – any good?
Plenty of places sell it, particularly online.
The jeans/trousers fit true to size in my experience. The jackets
are a little on the slim side, but I think that’s deliberate.
For what it’s worth I’m 6 ft tall, 40 inch chest, 32 inch waist andPosted 4 years ago
12 1/4 stone and have the 32/32 jeans and a medium denim jacket.
It’s fairly expensive, but then so is everything.TiRedMember
Think they are 511s with water repellant fabric and some 3M reflective tape. In this country they don’t stock my 31/32 size, but my normal 511s are comfortable for cycling modest distances. I chose another pair of 511 cut trousers instead when I was in the US earlier this year.Posted 4 years agodrlexMember
Alpkit used to do a denim that was pretty water resistant and stretchy for climbers.
I have a pair; mild water repellancy and no stretchiness- the only real benefit is a panel in the crotch that prevents a seam along the saddle line. Swrve and others are a better bet for cycling?Posted 4 years ago
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