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Classic jeans are cut slim through the thighs for nonrestrictive movement that keeps you comfortable while looking lean all-day long.Classic jeans are cut slim through the thighs for nonrestrictive movement that keeps you comfortable while looking lean all-day long. Color(s): rigid dragon. Brand: Levi's. Style Name: Levi's '511' Slim Fit Jeans (Rigid Dragon). Style Number: 928390_1. Manufacturer part number 045110241 14 leg opening; 10 front rise; 13 back rise (size 32)Zip fly with button closure Five-pocket style Cotton/elastane; machine wash By Levi's; imported
Pant Fit: fitted
Product Title: Levi's Men's 511 Skinny Jean
Power Score: 5 | 6 Reviews
Tee styles: tee
sweat(er/shirt) style: button front
jacket/coat styles: Athletic
Long john type: tops
Product Type: Active Shirts, Active Tanks, Shirts
Loungewear style: tops
Product Reviews (6)
These are a perfect fit for my husband! I get one size up in waist and length since they shrink when first washed. This is my second order since they are the only jeans he will wear. Love Levi's!
By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Nov 17, 2013
For me, these are a perfect fit. I'm a slim guy but too old now for the ultra skinny. These are slim to but not too too tight.
By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Nov 8, 2013
A great fit for my slender body, the product runs true to size. White jeans are in this winter, and I had to grab a pair. Probably one of the most worth-while purchases I have made this shopping season.
By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Dec 5, 2012
Skinny whites deliver
GQ and Nordstrom have it right. These jeans deliver on style and value. They sizzle with winter colors per Moore's suggestion and are a modern cut. They do stretch a little, but, hey, it's the holidays.
By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Nov 26, 2012
When I bought these jeans, my wife gave me a hard time because they were white. However, now she loves them. They look great with boots, shirt and navy sweater. The jeans wear perfect to size, and the cut is great. Highly recommended.
By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Nov 24, 2012