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Real American jeans, just like you'd find in Target. Sizing hints here...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 November 2019
I lived in the US for over twenty years. The last five or so, I started buying Wranglers over Levi's as they were good value for money and made just as well.
There are Wranglers with a "traditional" W sewing on the back pockets - heavier duty and meant for cowboy folk riding horses and doing country line dancin' (i.e. looking the part an' probably wearin' a shirt with pearlized buttons). If you're looking for W pockets, these ain't them. Search for "Wrangler cowboy" instead.
These jeans are often considered "business casual" attire and have either a line or no trim at all on the pockets. I've bought these "authentic" ones with different sewn on labels at the back, some have a red Wrangler tag on them too, while others don't. Some are made in Mexico while others are made in Nicaragua. None are made in America, but the cotton material is American. They all wear and last exactly the same way.
In America, these are the jeans you'd find at stores such as Target (nearest local equivalent would be a large Tesco store), as opposed to the higher priced shopping mall fashion stores.
The waist sizing is typical for American jeans - it is NOT usually accurate to your waist measurements. I wear 33" jeans - and my waist size is 37" - take that as a hint, it's typically off by 2" to 4". If you've never worn American jeans before, I'd suggest visiting a store that sells them such as a Levi's store, and trying on a few pairs to figure out what your American jeans size is. These are not "flex" material. Wrangler Flex jeans have more give at the waist. The inside length is usually reasonably accurate, with a tolerance of an inch., unless I'm shrinking. They're still best worn with boots or a decent pair of shoes.
So to put anyone's mind to rest, these are actual Wranglers, meant for everyday comfortable work wear. They should last at least a few years - certainly more than double the time compared to any of the jeans I've bought from the UK stores - because the fabric is a noticeably higher quality. After finding these on Amazon, I bought two pairs and they fit like my old ones, and the price isn't much more than it costs to buy in the States (full disclosure, many states don't charge tax on clothes - I've bought these in Montana for nine bucks a pair, and fifteen bucks in Minnesota).