Lucky Brand Men’s 363 Vintage Straight Jean
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With an easy mid-rise and slightly tapered leg, our 363 vintage straight is the go-to jean for a classic look and comfortable feel.
Lucky Brand Men’s 363 Vintage Straight Jean
Elliot Palmer –
I bought my first 3 pairs of Lucky Brand jeans in their New York City store about 15 years ago. Still have all 3 pairs, the quality & feel was exceptional, superior to Diesel in my opinion. That was early in the cycle of their business, once they achieved a meaningful market penetration they moved most of their production to China and since then, the quality has gone down stepwise every few years. This applies to all lines of their jeans. This isn’t an issue with China, they can produce jeans of the highest quality if instructed to do so, in this case Lucky’s owners specifically told the manufacturer to use cheaper materials, cheaper stitching, less (If any) quality control. I thought id give them one last chance, see if they’ve decided on a more reasonable, customer focused balance of quality and profits. Sadly theyve shifted that balance once again, more towards profit, and away from quality. These jeans are not meaningfully different from Levi’s, and, if pressed, I’d give the advantage to Levi’s since they’ve been making budget jeans for a lot longer. These jeans aren’t sized properly, are extremely stiff, uncomfortable, and have begun to fray in some places in just 3 weeks. These are $25 housework jeans, unfortunately they’re charging three times that or more. Buy below $30, otherwise pass. Better quality used to be available at their branded stores, but thats mostly disappeared as well. It’s a shame, but all too common, they had an excellent market position 15 years ago and a great product, they predictably chose the path that was better for them and worse for their customers , counting on brand recognition and prior market penetration to keep them in the game. Now they have no choice but to continue to decrease quality without changing the price just to stay afloat.
Bill Branscum –
I bought my first pair (363 30/30’s in blue) a year or so ago at a Lucky store in Florida and bought these 363 in Black 30/30’s on Amazon a couple of months ago. I don’t have a clue what these 1 star ratings are about, questioning their quality. At about $100 a pair, if there was something cheap about them I would not have just ordered a third pair. My wife wears nothing else (for at least twenty years) and I am perfectly happy with the ones I’ve bought.
Levi 30/30’s fit me once they wear in … I’ve worn those since High School (graduated in 1975). These Lucky jeans are a little more forgiving as the material has some stretch if you “pig out” that Levis don’t have. As with everything on Amazon, they showed up right away. There is nothing quality control related to complain about so I really question the legitimacy of the negative comments I have seen here.
AMENDED … I wrote that prior 5 star review believing that there was some sort of underhanded game going on related to reviews, suspecting that counterfeit products were to blame. My wife just found that her new pair (Bought at a Lucky retailer on November 2, 2019 and worn four times) did exactly as others have said … the material split. Both of us being over sixty, you can believe she is not out there, “barrel racing or sliding into home plate.”
Mine are fine, but her experience supports what others have said, so I cannot recommend these to anyone and I apologize for any inconvenience or confusion.
I purchased these LUCKY jeans for my husband and they fit him great. The only problem is that they only lasted a month before wearing holes through the jean material. In my opinion, if you pay $80 for a pair of jeans , they should definitely last more than a month. I will not purchase this item again.
Mr. LP –
This is my second time buying Lucky Brand jeans. I am a 192 lbs, 6-ft normal Joe. My pants are usually 33-34 x 32. First time I bought 34×32 Lucky jeans (different style from 363), the waist was about 2 sizes too big. A belt got me by. Second time, I bought these 363 in 31×32 for my nephew (a slim guy), waist was too big for him. These turned out fitting me perfectly. I actually like these. They fit me right in all areas.
It is so weird a brand consistently makes jeans 2-3 sizes too big like that.
Andre Lucero –
I’ve owned several pairs of Lucky Jeans in past, but these jeans are Shockingly BAD. And by far the worst fitting and poorest quality jeans I have ever owned. I don’t know if these are knock offs or what they are, but they certainly are not the Lucky Jeans of the past. It’s not even a remote exaggeration when I say that the denim is so thin and the overall construction is so shoddy that I’d be highly surprised if they lasted 2 months. One leg was wider than the other, the zipper is extremely cheap and flimsy. It’s a miracle it holds together at all. Even the pocket rivets were loose. There is no way these jeans should have ever made it past quality control. Like I said, I don’t know if these are knock off’s or the real deal, but they certainly aren’t worth the price and I definitely wouldn’t recommend these jeans to anyone. If you are going to buy Lucky Jeans, buy them directly from Lucky or at a department store. That’s the only way you can guarantee they are genuine. As much as love the convenience and ease of shopping on Amazon, I wouldn’t trust a third-party seller for denim again.
Amazon Customer –
I like design and fit, but quality is awfull! This pair lasted less than 4 months of 30% use. It’s a second pair of Lucky Brand which lasted just about a month. And it seems you have to be a lucky to get good one. I found that they were made in Indonesia. I have an old pair of the same model made in Haiti and it’s still fine. Please fix the quality.
For me, most Lucky Jeans are so comfortable and stretchy at the waist, I had to go down a few waist sizes. I am normally a 32 waist, but with these jeans I went with a 29 and the fit is perfect. I initially went with a 30 waist, but kit was still a tad big which is why I returned them and went with a 30. These jeans are the most comfortable jeans I have ever worn. I now have a closet of nothing but Lucky Jeans. Whether it’s a Vintage Straight or slim fit, these jeans fit so well. I highly recommend these jeans!
Ad L –
The size 34/34 in my case was ok. However, the quality is not in pair with my other lucky brand jeans. It looks that these 363 jeans are not Lucky b. retail but Walmart version. Also, pictures in the product description are misleading. A small Lucky Brand logo on the back is missing and the bagde on the back isn’t the same. It wasn’t what I expected, but i will keep them because they are comfortable.
These Lucky Brand 363 jeans are an exact fit just like the pairs that I bought at a local brick and mortar store. The fabric is very soft and comfortable. My only complaint is that the price is a little steep, but my local brick and mortar no longer carry Lucky Brand and are likely to close anyway. Amazon.ca has a very big selection of Lucky Brand 363 jeans and I will rely on them to buy my favourite jeans.
I have been wearing Lucky’s for about ten years now, glad to hear they are returning to Canada after some financial hiccups. Great fit, stretchy (which during the pandemic is very important) and very comfortable.
José Manuel González Dominguez –
Me encanta la marca, excelente calidad
Amazon Customer –
I currently have the same jeans, same model 363 vintage straight leg & they are not stretch , if i had known they where stretch i would have ordered a size smaller