Sugar Cane Hawaii One-Wash, Selvage-Denim Jeans
The following table provides actual product measures. These measures are provided as an aid because, in conjunction with the information found under the SIZING TIPS tab for each product, they can sometimes be very useful when comparing the measurements from this garment to the measures of your body
and/or other jeans/trousers you may own.
Our measures were derived from averaging many garments of the same size from each specific size in the range of any given product, thus the measures provided are representative for each size but they may not be exactly what you will receive. Some fluctuation in size is normal and to be expected, especially in these garments that have been manufactured on vintage machinery using natural fibers; the vintage machinery and techniques that create sought-after looks and fabrics are also less precise than machines contemporary to the current era.
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The following statement will appear directly below the grid of measurements for this specific product:
How to Use the Product Measures to Obtain a Good Fit:
- 1) Use the measurements listed for this product and information found under the tab entitled MEASURING GARMENTS to understand our measuring technique.
- 2) Measure your waist circumference as per the tab on this web site specifically addressing BODY MEASURING (either at the widest point of your waist or if you have a hefty mid-section and wear your trousers below your belly, then measure the circumference where you wear trousers). Compare your waist measure to the waist measure of this product.
- 3) Again, using the measurements listed for this product and information under the MEASURING GARMENTS tab to understand our measuring technique, measure the various other areas of your body, such as inseam length and front rise, etc., then compare to our product.
- 4) You can also compare the measures of our product to measures on trousers you may currently own to see how our product compares.
- 5) Using your body measures and the listed garment measures for our product and/or any comparisons to trousers you own, follow the advice found under the SIZING TIPS tab to obtain a good fit.
A Good Fit: This is highly subjective - what one person may think is too big, another may think fits perfectly. Some garments are cut quite generously and others are cut quite trimly. If comparing measurements of one of our products to another you may own, some individuals will surely find that none or maybe only one area of measure is commonly shared or remotely close to being the same. Ultimately, waist measure is the most important area to properly fit, then all other areas of measure will have to fall into place.
It is best to compare your actual body measures to the listed measures of this product AND follow our advice listed under the SIZING TIPS tab specific to this product to obtain a good fit in this style.
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Sugar Cane Hawaii One-Wash, Selvage-Denim Jeans
About this Style: These are vintage-cut jeans with a higher rise and wider, straight, non-tapering leg vs. most contemporary lower-rise, narrow, skinny or pencil-leg jeans. The cut of this style is based on the classic Levi Strauss & Co. 501 XX model from the late1940s and incorporates all of the fitting details of that style. This is an easy-wearing, classic style. Most customers and body types can be accommodated in this style if they follow our SIZING TIPS below:
Tip 1: Follow the instructions entitled “How to Use Product Measures to Obtain a Good Fit” listed under the PRODUCT MEASUREMENTS tab for this product. After finding no substantive conflicts with your body measures obtained from the tab entitled BODY MEASURING, order this garment in a size that corresponds closely to the circumference of your waistline where you wear your trousers or jeans. For example: If you measure 34” in circumference at your waistline, most customers would order size 34. If you prefer a roomier or longer fit, then order the next available size after reviewing all relative measures that pertain to that size, and if you prefer a more snug fit, then go down one size.
Tip 2: Please note that your waist circumference measure is not necessarily the labeled size you wear in another pair of jeans you may own from a different maker or even the same maker, so please take the time to obtain your true waist circumference measure so as to compare to our chart of measures; this will enable us to perform a better job getting you the right size and minimize your chances in having to deal with the hassle and cost of exchanges.
Please ask us for fitting advice if in doubt.
Tip 3: Individuals who prefer looser fits can go up a size if they so choose and those who prefer a more snug fit can go down a size.
Tip 4: This denim fabric has been washed once, thus the size you receive is the size the jeans will remain if you follow the manufacturer’s laundering guidelines; any further shrinkage will be insignificant when purchasing this style.
Tip 5: Please keep in mind that this product will permanently stretch in the waist over time from wearing. The amount of stretch will vary based on the individual pair of jeans, how often they are worn, and how snugly they fit to the body (the more snugly they fit the waist, the more resistance pressing outwardly against the waistband there will be to create stretching). We have seen this style stretch in the waist as much as 2” within the course of a few weeks to months of regular use, but only you can determine how snug you are willing to wear your jeans when they are still new. Those with a waist measure that is more than 1” in excess of our largest size available would be best advised to not order this product.
If you are unsure of the size to order we will assist you; please contact us with the following information: Waist circumference measure at your waistline where you wear your jeans, inseam measure, as well as the type of fit you prefer: Trim or roomy.