Review the Gap Men’s Skinny vs Slim fit American made Grand Street jeans

Men’s Gap skinny jeans measurements vs slim fit Williamsburg Grand Street

Williamsburg slim Grand St selvedge raw American made jeans Gap 1969 men's skinny fit jeans
Williamsburg Garment Co. GAP 1969
Grand St. - Slim Fit Skinny Fit
Waist (Measured along top WB) Size:32

35 1/4"

Seat (Measured 8"below Waist Band)
39 3/4"

40 3/4"

Front Rise (Including WB)
10 1/8" 10 1/8"
Thigh (Measured 1" Below Crotch)
24" 22 3/4"
Leg Opening
14 3/4" 13 1/4"
Inseam Length
35 1/2" 33 1/4"
Zipper & Button Fly Zipper Fly
Wide,Selvedge,Rigid & Stretch Stretch Denim
Made in USA Made in China
$129 - $220 $69.95

Williamsburg vs. Gap 1969 Fit Guide

We reviewed Gap’s men’s skinny jeans measurements and compare them with our slim fit American made non-stretch Grand Street jeans. We found Gap jeans usually have a larger waist opening than our styles and most other jeans we evaluated. We found the Gap Skinny jeans have a waist opening that is 1 ¼” larger than our slim fit. The Gap jeans are also 1” bigger at the seat which is a little unusual when comparing a skinny to slim jean. The thigh however is true to form as it measures 1 ¼” smaller and leg opening 1 ½” smaller on the 1969 men’s skinny. The front rise measures the same on both jeans. 

Because the waist openings are so different, we can’t say you would wear the same size in both styles. It is possible, but expect a variance in the fit. As a note, we also offer a raw denim stretch version in the Grand Street fit which compares a little better to jeans with stretch.

 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.