DC Straight Denim Pant

Priced: $37.50 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
DC Straight Denim Pant
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Color: Used Black
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DC Straight Denim Pant -
You're a straight-up kind of guy who likes a simple pant—sounds like the DC Men's Straight Denim Pant is just for you. Unlike hipster, skinny-fit denim that looks painted on, this pant looks a little more relaxed, but not baggy.


  • Cotton with a touch of spandex for durability, comfort, and a little stretchy flex


  • Straight fit falls, you know, straight from your waist to the cuffs, offering a clean look that's a little relaxed without feeling baggy


  • 15.5in leg opening falls easily over the tongue of your skate shoes or casual, city kicks
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DC Straight Denim Pant Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'd describe these as more of a slim fit, rather than baggy. "Relaxed" had implied something a little different to me. Overall as I was happy with the fit and glad of finding some jeans with a 34" inseam (rather than 32").

Steve Brain at Backcountry.com on 09/05/2012

Just got these, really impressed so far. Great modern straight fit, great color and feel, bit of stretch, cool details. They seem like all around perfect daily jeans. I'll try them out for a couple months and update if my opinion changes.

sleepyguy at Backcountry.com on 08/15/2012

A nice solid pair of skinny jeans. They have a nice stretch to them. Narrow leg opening so there is no issue with the pants dragging over your shoes.

Karsen Moon at Backcountry.com on 02/05/2013

Negative Reviews:

I don't know when straight became tight and skinny but that's what these are.

kfa1166972043 at Backcountry.com on 01/17/2013