Boulder Denim 2.0 Men's Athletic Fit Jeans
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Boulder Denim 2.0 Men's Athletic Fit Jeans
Boulder Denim 2.0 Men's Athletic Fit Jeans
Boulder Denim 2.0 Men's Athletic Fit Jeans
Boulder Denim 2.0 Men's Athletic Fit Jeans

Boulder Denim 2.0 Men's Athletic Fit Jeans

Regular price
$ 109.00 USD
Sale price
$ 109.00 USD
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Our athletic fit is designed to have a slim tailored look for men with muscular legs without being skin tight. Most athletic builds have to size up their waist to fit their bigger legs and butt. 

What makes our jeans the most advanced stretch denim ever:
✔ Proprietary 360° EDS technology (extreme diagonal stretch) 
✔ Memory-Shape Denim  
✔ Trap Pocket (hidden zipper pocket)
✔ No-Gap Waistband
✔ Vegan-Approved
✔ Stain/Water Resistant
✔ Reinforced stitching
✔ More durable
✔ Ethically-made
✔ Pre-Shrunk


See Our Sizing Guide

Size Tip: Our 2.0 men's athletic fit jeans fit about a size large. We recommend sizing down one size from your usual size for a better fit. Want a snug fit? It's okay to size down 2 sizes because our denim is that stretchy. 

How to Take Body Measurements:
To figure out how jeans should fit, start by determining your size. Jeans sizes are based on your waist measurement in inches. A soft tape measure, like tailors use, is most accurate. If you don't have one, use string that doesn't stretch, then measure that with a tape measure.
Waist:
Measure the waist where the body bends. It helps to bend side to side to identify exactly where to measure. Keep the tape comfortably loose and parallel to the floor while you measure the full circumference of your torso. Make sure to measure your body, not over your clothes.
Inseam:
We only do one inseam, they're designed to be hemmed or rolled up if they're too long.