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Boulder Denim Men’s Slim Fit

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$ 148.00 USD
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$ 148.00 USD
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Made with the climber in mind and created to truly combine fashion and adventure for a slimmer fit you can wear anytime.

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A medium rise that sits just above the hip, slim through the thigh, knee, and calf with a slight taper

Offers a perfectly tailored fit that works for men with slim to medium legs.

Fits well for slim or medium builds as the taper increases proportionally with waist size.

All Boulder Denim comes standard with industry-leading stretch retainment, hydrophobic wash, trap pockets and reinforced stitching.

The inseam for waist sizes 27-33 is 34" and 34-40 is 36". They are meant to be hemmed or rolled up if they are too long. 

What makes our jeans the most advanced stretch denim ever:

✔ Proprietary 360° EDS technology (extreme diagonal stretch) 
✔ More breathable than our 2.0s and regular jeans
✔ Memory-Shape Denim  
✔ No-Gap Waistband
✔ Trap Pocket (hidden zipper pocket)
✔ Stain/Water Resistant
✔ Vegan-Approved
✔ More durable
✔ Reinforced stitching
✔ Pre-Shrunk
✔ Ethically-made

See Our Sizing Guide

Please note: Our men's slim fit jeans fit true-to-size meaning if you normally wear a 32, choose a 32 waist however some people feel that they fit smaller than other brands so if you're between sizes and usually wear a 31 or 32, go with a 32 for a more comfortable fit. 

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.
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.
We only do one inseam, they're designed to be hemmed or rolled up if they're too long.