Guide to Raleigh Denim Jones measurements vs Grand St slim fit
This guide compares the measurements of men’s slim fit jeans from two U.S. denim brands producing American made jeans. The Raleigh Denim Jones is a slim straight jean and the Williamsburg Grand Street is our basic slim fit.
|Size 32||Grand Street||Jones Thin||WGC Fit Diff.|
|Waist (along top WB)||34||33 1/2||+ 1/2|
|Seat (8" below WB)||39 3/4||40||- 1/4|
|Front Rise (includ. WB)||10 1/4||10 1/4||0|
|Thigh (1" below crotch)||24||21 3/4||+ 2 1/4|
|Leg Opening (total cirm.)||14 3/4||16||-1 1/4|
|Inseam||35 1/2||35||+ 1/2|
|Country of Make||USA||USA|
The upper block of the both styles are very similar. The front rises are the same, there’s a ¼” difference at the seat and ½” at the waist band. The biggest difference is at the thigh and leg shape. The thigh is more than 2 inches smaller on the Raleigh Denim jeans and the leg is wider around the knees down.
Keeping in mind the thigh size on the Jones Thin fit. You should wear the same size in both styles, depending if you are a guy with bigger thighs or not.
Measurements are taken from actual store-bought samples. Our recorded specs may differ from a brands official spec as sometimes final production products slightly differ from targeted measurements, or we may measure slightly different than other jeans brands.