Jeans fit guide
A key component of our wardrobe is a pair of jeans. They are adaptable, long-lasting, and timeless. At MOS MOSH Gallery, we are skilled at creating well-fitting jeans with quality material.
With the help of our men's jeans fit guide, you can learn how to select the ideal fit for your body type as well as how to extend the life of your jeans.
Our Eric Jeans are designed in a slim fit, where the fit is streamlined from hip to ankle, but with more room around the legs than a skinny fit jeans. What's more, our jeans are made from a blend of cotton and stretch, which means that regardless the fit, they manage to be comfortable.
We never compromise on the little things, and our jeans are no exception. Our Eric Jeans are a classic slim fit model model with a regular waist, a cuff with contrast tape and 5 pockets, where the coin pocket and the right back pocket are also decorated with a contrast tape. To give our Eric Jeans a final exclusive touch, we have added a signature patch above the right back pocket.
Our Portman Jeans are designed in a tapered fit, which have good room at the thighs and gradually narrow towards the ankles. This fit therefore has a looser fit at the top, which makes it extremely comfortable, but retains its clean and sharp look because it sits closer to the ankles.
Our Portman Jeans come in a variety of styles and colours, from the traditional blue to the modern black. They are always created with a cotton and stretch blend that makes them soft and easy to wear.
Whether you are into ripped details or like the classic look, you will find it with us. In addition to the fit, our Portman Jeans are characterised by having a normal waist, double stitching at the inseam, pleats with contrast tape and 5 pockets, where the coin pocket is decorated with a stylish leather patch.
Jeans last longer the less they are washed - even if you wash according to all the golden rules of laundry. It is the spinning in the washing machine that is the biggest culprit. In the case of an unpleasant smell, it can be enough to let your jeans air dry, whereas a trip to the freezer kills the bacteria and a steam bath can help to clean them. However, you cannot avoid having to wash your jeans at one point or another, and in those cases, we always recommend washing them in cold water with a lower spin cycle. Alternatively, you can also hand wash your jeans.
Regardless of how you wash them, they should always be washed inside out to preserve the original colour as much as possible. Also, avoid tumble dryers or drying rooms, as this also wears out the Jeans.
If your jeans need to be freshened up, you can iron them on a low heat or use a steamer.