Great color great fit.
I bought these and the black pants and these fit me better around the waist. Not quite as stretchy as the other pair so that may be why. Still enough stretch to be active in.
Bought this forest pair since I don't have any jeans in this color. The thickness is good and fabric is soft and comfy to climb in. Although I felt like I couldn't get total full range of motion in them since they are tight around the legs and hip. They are just a tad loose on the waist but this is more of an indication about my anatomy and not necessary the jeans themselves. My measurement is 26 inch waist and 36 inch hip. I wore them with a belt throughout the day and they stay put but when I remove the belt to climb, I notice they are falling down after some time and I found myself pulling them up from time to time. Overall a great pair and I am thinking of purchasing another. They're great for casual daily wear and they do make the butt looks amazing. I ordered size 26.
I love the thickness of this pair! I also ordered the Light Wash and those were made of a much thinner fabric. This pair moved well during a quick yoga practice and didn’t stretch out afterward. Nice high-waisted fit without giving to much space in the waistband. These are very tight-fitting throughout the legs so be sure to check the measurements and compare to your actual size, I went with my regular sizing.
Was really excited to find high waisted anything for climbing pants (big booty problems), especially something so versatile for the gym but also out and about. They're nice enough I could wear to an office. When I first saw these & they were so expensive, waited for the Black Friday sale (still pretty expensive imo, they were still a bit over $70 + you have to pay for shipping, so they still ended up being around $85. The pants themselves are really nice, the color is really rich and pretty. Denim is good quality - really stretchy and comfortable so far. Have yet to try them out on the wall. Sizing was really confusing, @SoiLL, I'd recommend offering a conversion chart or measurements on the body vs the flat measurements. I'm a little above 5'8", curvy and weigh around 165-175 lbs and ordered a size 32. It's great finding pants that feel good around my booty and thighs and the length is just right. However, it's a bit loose around my waist and there's some extra fabric in the crotch. I wanted to try exchanging & go down a size to 31, but they're out of stock. Plus, not sure if that will solve the waist gap issue. My biggest worry is my pants will ride down too much when I climb and I don't want to be worrying about my underwear showing while climbing. I'll have to get these tailored, but I think once I do, they'll be my favorite jeans to wear in and out of the gym.