Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by Aldidon91 Great purchase
I bought these jeans for my Fiancé and he said the jeans are comfortable and fit well. He had them on for a family party and they looked smart with a polo shirt and are a good length ( he had the regular). would buy them again.
28 July 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jason28 Great Jeans
These jeans have a great fit and are of good quality, look good on too.
01 June 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by maisy123 Small waist sizing
Purchased for my son. Had to send back. Waist sizing far too small.
09 May 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by HeyBurn Really nice pair of jeans!
Bought a 40" waist, regular leg, even though I'm a little short. A good fit, true to size.
27 May 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by brianmn waste of time
tired of going to asda store to find there were no slimfit jeans in my size I went online. Found the jeans that matched the specific number and size of the ones I usually buy off the shelf so ordered some up from the george website. picked them up from the store however when I got them home I was dismayed to find they were not the same as the slimfit jeans I have been buying for the last couple of years. For one thing they were not a slimfit straight leg like the three pairs I have at home that I bought previously. They were a boot fit leg as I have a pair of them too and the leg was the same size. Then the rear pockets were different too. Instead of a plain rear pocket they had a tacky angular triple stitched line across each rear pocket. Awful! But perhaps the most annoying and indeed puzzling thing was the material the pockets were made from. On my previous jeans they were white cotton pockets. On the ones from the website one pocket was blue with white patterning the other was white with small blue crosses on it. Two completely different pockets like they were made by a factory that had run out of the proper material. Like rejects.
I suppose Asda will say this is a fashion statement or something. I would say that if you want to update the style of a range of your jeans you should change the name/ number of those jeans from the ones sold under that name previously. otherwise how are your customers going to know they are not the same jeans?
A real waste of my time. A word of advice: when collecting online deliveries from a store open the bag in the parking lot and examine your clothing. it could save you a lot of hassle
26 May 2015