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I talked to a rep at Wrangler and gave her the item number for these. These are indeed relaxed fit, but they are made especially for Amazon. They are called "Authentics", which are different than the relaxed fit jeans that are labeled "Relax Fit" at Walmart. My husband found the Amazon version shorter in the crotch.… see more I talked to a rep at Wrangler and gave her the item number for these. These are indeed relaxed fit, but they are made especially for Amazon. They are called "Authentics", which are different than the relaxed fit jeans that are labeled "Relax Fit" at Walmart. My husband found the Amazon version shorter in the crotch. We're sending them back. see less I talked to a rep at Wrangler and gave her the item number for these. These are indeed relaxed fit, but they are made especially for Amazon. They are called "Authentics", which are different than the relaxed fit jeans that are labeled "Relax Fit" at Walmart. My husband found the Amazon version shorter in the crotch. We're sending them back.
Diane
· August 10, 2018
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No. The relaxed fit does NOT have the spandex waist.
MS
· February 13, 2018
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Waist runs small. Ordered 40/32, it's definitely more like a 38/32
Devon O.…
· March 6, 2021
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Brian, I'm not sure what you mean that a waist of 44" should equals an inseam of 40". Unless you are 7 feet or taller your inseam should in the 40" range. But if you are in the 6' range then your inseam should be in the 30 to 34" range. Your waist size does not have anything to do with your inseam. You may need to re-m… see more Brian, I'm not sure what you mean that a waist of 44" should equals an inseam of 40". Unless you are 7 feet or taller your inseam should in the 40" range. But if you are in the 6' range then your inseam should be in the 30 to 34" range. Your waist size does not have anything to do with your inseam. You may need to re-measure your inseam. There are links online that will show you how to do it. But if you do have an inseam of 40" you may have to go to a big and tall men shop. Hope this helps. see less Brian, I'm not sure what you mean that a waist of 44" should equals an inseam of 40". Unless you are 7 feet or taller your inseam should in the 40" range. But if you are in the 6' range then your inseam should be in the 30 to 34" range. Your waist size does not have anything to do with your inseam. You may need to re-measure your inseam. There are links online that will show you how to do it. But if you do have an inseam of 40" you may have to go to a big and tall men shop. Hope this helps.
Richard
· July 26, 2017
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Wrangler Jeans in waist sizes of 44" and above are the only ones with 9 belt loops now. Waist sizes of 42" and below all have just 7 belt loops.
Kenny
· January 28, 2021
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I'm afraid your question is not clear.

The length is measured in inches, so 29L is 29 inches long. … see more
I'm afraid your question is not clear.

The length is measured in inches, so 29L is 29 inches long.

For the waist sizes, go to this link

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/ajax-handlers/apparel-sizing-chart.html/ref=dp_sizechart?ie=UTF8&asin=B0018OR118&isUDP=1 see less
I'm afraid your question is not clear.

The length is measured in inches, so 29L is 29 inches long.

For the waist sizes, go to this link

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/ajax-handlers/apparel-sizing-chart.html/ref=dp_sizechart?ie=UTF8&asin=B0018OR118&isUDP=1

Mike Glassman
· February 28, 2019
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Although Wrangler denim is still made in the U.S.A, the company decided to save money by making the fabric thinner. The denim is sewn into jeans in Mexico and unfortunately automatic sewing machines are sometimes pulling the stitches too tight. Starting about 6 years ago belt loops began breaking or tearing off the j… see more Although Wrangler denim is still made in the U.S.A, the company decided to save money by making the fabric thinner. The denim is sewn into jeans in Mexico and unfortunately automatic sewing machines are sometimes pulling the stitches too tight. Starting about 6 years ago belt loops began breaking or tearing off the jeans. Especially above the left rear pocket when users sat down. Tears down the leg often resulted and can be embarrassing when your buns show. Recently though the seams are bursting in front starting at the zipper. The culprit is the material simply being too thin. see less Although Wrangler denim is still made in the U.S.A, the company decided to save money by making the fabric thinner. The denim is sewn into jeans in Mexico and unfortunately automatic sewing machines are sometimes pulling the stitches too tight. Starting about 6 years ago belt loops began breaking or tearing off the jeans. Especially above the left rear pocket when users sat down. Tears down the leg often resulted and can be embarrassing when your buns show. Recently though the seams are bursting in front starting at the zipper. The culprit is the material simply being too thin.
Garth Dockweiler
· February 18, 2021
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No! They are regular Jeans.
Donald Broadhurst
· September 10, 2016