Lee Women’s Plus-Size Relaxed Fit Straight Leg Jean, Authentic Nile, 20W Petite

February 10, 2020 - Comment

Flexible comfort waist Product Features Straight-leg jean in relaxed fit with embroidered back pockets

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(as of April 19, 2020 7:04 am GMT-0500 - Details)

Flexible comfort waist

Product Features

  • Straight-leg jean in relaxed fit with embroidered back pockets


Anonymous says:

Awesome jeans! They are nice and roomy in the hips and stomach area, which has makes them comfortable. The first pair I bought was an 18, but after seeing how big they became at the end of the day, I ordered the next size down. They fit perfectly and we’re still nice and roomy. They sit at the waist like they are supposed to, not like the low rise junk that are now pushed on women’s clothing today and this makes them even more comfortable. I would recommend these jeans to anyone who wants comfort, doesn’t want their butt showing to the world and who like to have big pockets. Jeans now a days in all of the other brands are so uncomfortable, the pockets unreasonably small and show things that shouldn’t be seen in public. Back to the Lee’s brand, they do an excellent job at supplying comfortable daily jeans.

Anonymous says:

Still Good Jeans, but changed I like these as work jeans. Comfy stretch, reasonably flattering for plus size. I have purchased 5 pairs in all from this listing. The reason I decided to write this review is that Lee has once again taken a perfectly good product and degraded the quality. The most recent pair had a fabric that’s a little thinner, and they are either cut slightly smaller than the last batch or the thinner fabric shrunk just a little. Not a deal breaker, but I’m disappointed again because I liked the slightly heavier fabric. New ones are easy to spot because the new waistband tag is printed instead of sewn, see photos. Newest pair on top in photos, old pair on bottom.

Anonymous says:

Cheap, thin material – LEE RIDERS FAIL! Nice and long, and fit as expected. Material is disappointingly thin, stretches like crazy (so won’t fit well for long) and shows every unflattering bump and wrinkle on my tummy and thighs. I would consider this a summer jean and certainly won’t be wearing them outdoors in our Canadian winter. With the recent change to a much higher proportion of artificial fibers from the former 98% cotton material, these jeans are also a lint/fur magnet – even in a well-maintained office space they manage to pick up debris, I have to keep a lint brush close at hand when wearing them as “coverved with speckles” is not a good look in a black jean. Oddly the blue pair that I ordered at the same time does not share the lint problem, although the material is similarly cheap and thin. Is it so hard to make a decent weight cotton jean with a little give? You guys used to know how to do it so well, but these are a far cry from the Lee Riders that I have been loyal to and grateful for these…

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