We work with factories who pay fair wages to their employees. Our relationship with them plays an important role in how we cost our clothing and operate our business. Los Angeles and California have some of the highest minimum wage laws in the United States, and skilled operators are paid more than minimum wage.
We are committed to sourcing materials and manufacturing our line in the United States, but source internationally when we can not find fabrics or trim domestically.
Our Jeans and Jackets are unique and made in small batches. We use the highest quality fabrics and trims and focus on construction and details.
We are a southern California company, and everyone here grew up surfing, skateboarding, playing music, and pursuing creative expression. These experiences, combined with travel, have influenced the brand and our outlook.
The collection is influenced by the Californian experience; its cities, street culture, and sunshine. We are an optimistic bunch and are always looking forward!
Questions? Reach out to us at Hello@HornJeans.com
|WAIST||31 3/4||32 3/4||33 3/4||34 3/4||35 3/4||36 3/4||37 3/4||39 3/4|
|FRONT RISE||9 3/4||10||10 1/4||10 1/2||10 3/4||11||11 1/4||11 1/2|
|13 1/4||13 1/2||13 3/4||14||14 1/4||14 1/2||14 3/4||15|
|THIGH||22 3/4||23||23 1/2||24||24 1/2||25||25 1/2||26|
|KNEE||15||15 3/8||15 3/4||16 1/8||16 1/2||16 3/4||17 1/8||17 1/2|
|INSEAM||33 3/4||33 3/4||33 3/4||33 3/4||33 3/4||33 3/4||
|HEM||13 1/8||13 1/2||13 7/8||14 1/8||14 1/2||14 7/8||15 1/8||15 1/2|
HOW TO MEASURE
Button the jean up and lay flat to take measurements. Jean fits and measurements vary by company, compare these measurements to a similar pair of jeans you own to get a general idea of fit.
Note: There are standard tolerances in the apparel industry, and our line is cut and sewn by hand and getting exact numbers is impossible. The standard industry tolerance ranges from 0" to +/-1/2".
With the waistband buttoned, measure from side to side along the top edge of the jean. The front and back should be parallel, and the front should not be dipping down. Doubled this amount to determine the total waist measurement.
FRONT RISE (B)
Measure from the crotch point seam to the top of the waistband; this is the front rise measurement.
Measure 1" down from crotch point seam straight across the leg. Doubled this amount to determine the thigh measurements.
Measure 13" down from crotch point. Measure Straight across edge to edge. Doubled this amount to determine the knee measurement.
Measure from the crotch point, where the leg inseam meets the bottom of the crotch seam, to the hem or leg opening, following the seam all the way down; this is the inseam measurement.
Measure straight across the opening from side to side along the bottom edge. Doubled this amount to determine the total measurements; this is the hem or leg opening measurement.
BACK RISE (G)
Measure from the crotch point seam to the top of the waistband; this is the back rise measurement.
If you have sizing or fit questions reach out to us at Hello@HornJeans.com and we will assist you.
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