If you feel like a slim fit is too close of a cut yet a regular fit is a bit on the baggy side, check out the Levi's Men's 513 Denim Pants. The slim, straight fit bridges the gap between skinny and regular-cut jeans while a touch of stretchy elastane allows you to move.

  • Stretch cotton denim stands up to hard use and is comfortable next to skin
  • Slim, straight fit bridges the gap between skinny jeans and regular-fit jeans
  • 2% elastane allows the pants to stretch
  • Front and rear pockets stow all your daily goods

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4 5

Actually Black

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I am a little skeptical ordering black jeans not knowing whether they will fade to grey or back to the true blue denim. Surprisingly these jeans are really black. The sleek black has a more formal look and can be used to dress up for certain occasions. I am a true 30-30 and they fit really well, not skinny and doesn't have the baggy gangster feel.

5 5

Solid slim fit, not too tight.

These are great slim fit jeans for guys who don't want to look like skaters, but don't want to look like old men either. Slimmer all the way through than a 501, with very little taper in the leg even though the photo looks like they are tapered. Wider in the lower leg than the 511, so they look good with boots, but still fitted from the knee up. If you have big quads I would stay away, but if you have average or skinny legs, these are awesome. FYI, some of the 513's do not have stretch. I have a pair that is stretch and a pair that's not (different colors). I'm willing to bet that the Rumpled Rigid does not have it, but I could be wrong.