Review Details

CIPHER JEANS

CIPHER JEANS

Product Review (submitted on July 5, 2019):
Here are my thoughts about these pants: - My normal pants size in jeans, from the famous brand that starts with an L and ends with an I, is 33x34; however, when I ordered these, the seller I went through only had them in 32x34. After they arrived and I tried them on I was pleasantly surprised at how well they fit. Because Condor has designed these with 3% Spandex fabric and a semi-elastic waistband they provide just the right amount of stretch to fit people like myself who wear those odd and in-between sizes. Plus 1 On The Rating Scale - As someone who likes to wear jeans year round I am constantly struggling to stay comfortable "down there" with traditional jeans when wearing them for long periods of time especially when doing a lot of sitting and walking. With the Cipher Jeans I have not had that problem as the gusseted crotch combined with the slight stretch of the fabric and the snug fit at the waistband provides more range of motion while keeping them from riding up and "pinching". Plus 2 On The Rating Scale - As the Operations Manager for a security company I have to attend meetings with current and potential clients. I usually attend those meetings with my sidearm in a leather belt slide holster, a leather dual mag paddle holster, a leather belt slide single handcuff pouch. Having to carry all of that with other jeans was difficult because the other jeans were not designed with carrying a holster in mind and they would uncomfortable as the weight of everything would cause them to pull downward at the waist. Plus 3 On The Rating Scale As I have had not had that issue with these again due to the snug fit of the waistband. - The addition of the Gadget Pockets is a huge Plus 4 On The Rating Scale as they allow me to carry my phone without taking up room in my other pockets or causing a bulge. - While I usually prefer a Stonewashed color pair of jeans the solid "Indigo" gets these a Plus 5 as it doesn't give them the appearance of being "Too casual"