It is easy to comprehend the literal differences among skinny, slim, regular and relaxed fits. The problem lies in the exact implications of every specific style and fit. When you shop for Lee jeans or any other brand for that matter, you must know specifically what every style means and what a particular fit will actually be like. It is one thing to just classify a particular style as skinny, slim, regular or relaxed. How it would look on you, whether or not you would be comfortable and if the contours of your waist, hips, thighs, calves and the size of your legs would make the specific type of Lee jeans perfect for you would demand a much more comprehensive understanding of the styles and fits. Read More →

Lee continues to surprise its fans and foes alike. Its Active Comfort Denim range for men uses premium fabric assuring four-way flexibility. The new style caters to adventurous men, those who have an active lifestyle, spend hours on the field and fitness enthusiasts. The fabric is more flexible than every other type of denim that has been used by the brand over the years. The fabric is also much sturdier despite the satiating comfort. While Active Comfort Denim has emerged as one of the bestselling men’s Lee jeans, the skinny Malone, slim Rider, regular slim Daren, regular tapered Arvin, straight Brooklyn, relaxed Morton and premium denim Lee 101 continue to enjoy unwavering popularity. One range in particular that has fared remarkably well in recent times is the slim tapered Luke men’s Lee jeans. Read More →

Lee Brooklyn Jeans are straight legged pants originating from the outstanding American “Lee” brand of denim. Lee has been making denim styles since the mid 1900’s and is ascribed with designing the xip fly pants and the primary straight jean coat.

The Lee Brooklyn Jeans are a la mode and slanting big time at this moment since they offer all that you need in a hip up-to-date combine of pants. They are consistent fit with straight legs which is an amazing choice for anybody that needs the thin jean look however that does not need the thin jean feel. Read More →