A.P.C. New Standard fit reviewed vs American made Grand Street selvedge raw denim jeans – Straight vs Slim fit
In this comparison, we review the measurements and fit of two selvedge raw denim jeans in with different fits. The A.P.C. New Standard is a straight mid-rise fit and the Williamsburg Grand Street a slim fit.
The New Standard fit is pretty basic, as is the Grand Street, but the A.P.C. jeans have slightly more room in the seat and waist, while having a slightly smaller thigh. The New Standard also has a wider leg opening which is typical when comparing a slim to a straight leg jean. You should wear the same size in both jeans, expecting a slightly smaller thigh, larger leg opening and looser fit in the upper portion in the A.P.C. New Standard fit.
Williamsburg Garment Co.
Grand Street - Slim Fit
New Standard - Straight Mid-Rise
Waist (Measured along top WB) Size:32
Seat (Measured 8"below WB)
Front Rise (Including WB)
Thigh (Measured 1" Below Crotch)
13 oz. Selvedge
14.5 oz Selvedge
Suggested Retail Price
Country of Make
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.
When comparing sizing from top denim brands, please note, we use total circumference measurements, while others may use 1/2-circumference measurements in fit charts. Some information when not available to us may be taken from the brands website or a brands retailers websites. In no way do we state our specs or other information related to competing denim brands is 100% accurate. To get the most accurate info on all brands products you should always refer to that brands website or contact the brand directly.