Fit Guide

Measurements are in inches 

STIFFY : Non-stretch

STRECHY & STRECHY13: 2% Stretch

Do note stretch type jeans will stretch around 1- 1.5 inch.

SWAGGY: 2% Stretch

Do note stretch type jeans will stretch around 1-1.5 inch


STIFFY14 : 100% Cotton

SF-008 TOD Lot 001 Measurement

Don’t know how to measure?

Here is a simple basic guide on how to measure jeans.

1. The easiest way to measure the “Waist” on a pair of jeans is hold the pants up flat and stretch the tape measure from one side of the inside waistband to the other side. Don’t stretch the pants. Then you just double the number- example 20 inches across = 40 inches waist.

2. The “Rise” of a jeans is determined by measuring the distance from the crotch [the point where the pants come together] up the zipper to the button at the waist.

3. To measure “Inseam“, stand up straight with his legs slightly apart or take a pair of jeans and fold them in half. Using measuring tape, measure from just below the crotch to the bottom of the ankle or to the hem of the pant.

4. To measure “Leg opening“, lay the jean out flat with the outseams at both edges & measure from one side of the leg opening to the other side


9 comments on “Fit Guide

    • Hello Dollah,

      The below are still available at our retailers
      Stiffy size 32
      Stiffy14 size 34
      Strechy size 28
      SundayCheese size 28, 30, 34, 36
      DoubleCheese size 30, 32, 34, 36
      Keju Hitam size 30 , 34

      Cheers!

  1. hi!
    i’ve search all the web for your stiffy14 size 40 but stil can’t find one.
    do you have it in stock or do i have to make a custom order?
    please email me back.

    thank you.

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