Fit Guide: Gap Skinny Fit vs S 4th St. men's skinny jeans made in USA

Men’s skinny jeans fits reviewed and compared – Gap 1969 vs Williamsburg S 4th Street

S 4th Street raw denim skinny jeans made in USA Gap men's skinny jeans raw jeans with stretch
Williamsburg Garment Co. GAP 1969
S 4th St. - Skinny Skinny Fit
Waist (Measured along top WB) Size:32
33 1/2"

35 1/4"

Seat (Measured 8"below Waist Band)
38 3/4" 40 3/4"
Front Rise (Including WB)
9 5/8" 10 1/8"
Thigh (Measured 1" Below Crotch)
23" 22 3/4"
 Leg Opening
14" 13 1/4"
Inseam Length
34 1/2" 33 1/4"
Zipper Fly Zipper Fly 
Stretch Wide & Selvedge Stretch Denim
Made in USA Made in China
$139 - $220 $69.95

Williamsburg vs. Gap 1969 Fit Guide

In this review of the Gap 1969 men’s skinny jeans, we compare our skinny jeans to theirs, contrasting our raw denim South 4th Street fit. In the Gap jeans, you can see the upper block above the thighs is bigger (waist and seat), while the thigh is ¼” smaller than the Williamsburg jeans. The waistband opening is 1 ¾” larger while the front rise is ½” longer.

In the Gap men’s skinny jeans, the fit is basically about one size larger in the seat and waist, but nearly equal in thigh sizing, with slightly smaller leg opening. We can’t say you would wear the same size in both styles, they are a bit different in shape. 

Measurements are taken from actual production samples. Our recorded specs may differ slightly from jean to jean, so we average and take into consideration the targeted measurements. When comparing sizing, please note, we use total circumference measurements in our fit charts. Others may use 1/2-circumference.