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It’s been quite some time since we did a product review and really  it’s about time to start doing them again.

I recently tried Cinch’s Special Edition Green Label Jean. Let me start out by saying that I personally love the 77MWZ jean from Wrangler. Personally it fits me great and if you want you can take a look at 77MWZRW Review.

One of the first things I noticed about  the SE Green Label Jean was the feel of the denim. The denim doesn’t feel near as heavy as other jeans available. Due to it being thinner it also has a softer feel when being worn. It would definitely make for a cooler wear during the summer as their is less material, but it would definitely present a down side if working in the jean as it probably would not stand up to much abuse.

The rise on the jean is Cinch’s standard rise, which sits near the navel and would be very similar to Wrangler’s 13MWZ line of jeans. The waist band wraps straight across the waist with little to no contour.

Due to the higher rise in the waist the inseam is quite modest and can seem longer if the jeans are worn low. The legs are quite roomy and feel baggy if you’re used to slim fitting jeans although no where near as loose as Cinch’s black or white label jeans. The boot opening is smaller than most others and will wear very similar to most Wrangler jeans.

Overall if your looking for a jean that fits similar to the 13MWZ but is a little bit lighter in weight and has a softer feel to it then this jean is definitely something to check out. If you would rather have something that has a lower rise then I’d stick to Cinch’s White Label jeans or Wrangler’s 77MWZRW.