Woolrich Bryton Denim Jeans - Bootcut (For Women)

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About Woolrich Bryton Denim Jeans - Bootcut (For Women)

Closeouts. Woolrich's Bryton jeans look like classic bootcut jeans -- versatile, durable and stylish -- but hidden behind the traditional exterior is a tummy-control panel that creates a comfortable, slimming effect.


Specs about Woolrich Bryton Denim Jeans - Bootcut (For Women)

  • Inseam: Petite 29" (based on size 10)
  • Leg opening: 18"
  • Weight: 1 lb. 3 oz.
  • Fabric weight: 10.25 oz
  • Waistband: 1-1/2"
  • Belt loops: 2"
  • Fabric: 99% cotton, 1% spandex
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Bootcut
  • Classic Fit
  • Natural waist
  • Made in Viet Nam or China
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Woolrich Womens Size Chart

Size Bust-Reg Bust-Petite Waist-Reg Waist-Petite Hip-Reg Hip-Petite
XS - 4 34 33.5 27 - 28 26.5 - 27.5 37 36.5
S - 6 35 34.5 29 - 29 27.5 - 28.5 38 37.5
S - 8 36 35.5 29 - 30 28.5 - 29.5 39 38.5
M - 10 37 36.5 30 - 31 29.5 - 30.5 40 39.5
M - 12 38.5 38 31.5 - 32.5 31 - 32 41 40.5
L - 14 40 39.5 33 - 34 32.5 - 33.5 42.5 42
L - 16 41.5 41 35 - 36 34.5 - 35.5 44 43.5
XL - 18 43.5 43 37.5 - 38.5 37 - 38 45.5 45
XL - 20 45 44.5 40 - 41 39.5 - 40.5 47 46.5
XXL - 22 47 46.5 42 - 43 41.5 - 42.5 48.5 48
XXL - 24 49 48.5 44 - 45 43.5 - 44.5 50 49.5

Note: Measurements are women's body measurements and they are in inches.


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4.414285 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 70 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Randi from Bronx, NY on Monday, June 3, 2013
I think these are thee best jeans I've had in ages, especially for the price. They are mid-weight, so I can wear them year-round, they hold their shape, not too much spandex and they FIT my NATURAL WAIST. HOORAY!!! After receiving the first pair (blue), I ordered a second pair in black. I've ordered... Read More
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    • Yes, it's a flared leg (a moderate flare), not just a wider version of a straight-leg design.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 4:25:54 AM by mlynchtn from Chattanooga
    • These jeans are just wider than straight, not flared. I hope that was what you were looking for because they are very nice jeans and I would buy them again.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 4:40:04 AM by HikerBikerGirl from Latham, NY
    • Hi, they are just a little wider, not a bell at all.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 7:07:14 AM by Randi from NYC
    • The legs are wider, but not too wide. There is no big flare at the bottom.

      Answered on 6/6/2014 7:08:17 AM by MaRoach from Ca Foothills
    • They are not flared (like 70's jeans); they are just wider and fit easily over boots.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 9:14:16 AM by Sunshine Maui from Forestville, CA
    • They're *slightly* wider at the bottom. I laid them out and looked carefully & could barely see the flare, so it's certainly not obvious. I don't think you would think of them as flared when you have them on.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 9:22:47 AM by Taylor from Oregon
    • They're *slightly* wider at the bottom. I laid them out and looked carefully & could barely see the flare, so it's certainly not obvious. I don't think you would think of them as flared when you have them on.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 9:23:30 AM by Taylor from Oregon
    • Hi, Bellasmom! I wouldn't call these "flared" exactly, these are cut 17" at the bottom, across the knee is 16 1/2" so no marked Flare, just a little..yet they move when you walk unlike a straight-leg. These are not baggy yet not tight either, just 'easy' without being quite straight up and down.
      You might measure your favorite existing jeans flat for the exact comparison. I love these jeans and they look just right on me. 5' tall, hip 37" waist 27" and bought a size 10. Hope this helps, 'ol chum! :)
      Answered on 6/6/2014 11:50:01 AM by patti from Colorado
    • They do have a slight flare, just as I would expect for a bootcut. I did try the straight leg jeans also, but the cut was uncomplimentary on me. The bootcuts were much more flattering.
      Answered on 6/6/2014 8:53:08 PM by Happy Walker from Upstate New York
    • The leg does not flare. I folded the bottom up to just below the knee and they are the same width. They do not taper in like "straight" leg jeans. These jeans a nice mid to light weight denim that is great for summer.
      Answered on 6/7/2014 8:50:53 AM by Janet from Florida
    • Wow! Great question! I have both the straight leg and the bootcut versions of this jean. I laid the straight leg over the bootcut on my bed. The bootcut is just a bit wider in the thigh (<1"), and begins tapering wider at the knee. The total difference at the hem, between straight leg and bootcut is 5" on size 14. Unlike my bellbottoms of the 70's, these do not cut out from the knee sharply.

      I like them, and find the pants to be flattering. They are a true 14...unfortunately, I am now a 12! The fabric is substantial, and the stretch is comfortable, and not girdle-like.
      Answered on 6/8/2014 11:06:00 AM by Hikindeb from Cleveland
    • The legs are wider
      Answered on 6/13/2014 9:33:20 AM by Doug from Texas
  • “What is the inseam for the regular-size jeans?”
    Asked by Happy Walker from NY on 3/6/2014 9:26:35 AM
    • The inseam for the regular-size jeans is 31".
      Answered on 3/12/2014 7:20:00 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • “what is the inseam on this product for a size 6 petite?”
    Asked by Miriam from Florida on 5/16/2013 7:14:17 AM
    • It is 29 inches.
      Answered on 5/16/2013 1:26:00 PM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post

About Woolrich

The esteemed Woolrich clothing company has come a long way since the early 1800s, when founder John Rich sold socks to logging camps from the back of his mule cart. By 1830, Rich had built America’s first woolen mill in Pennsylvania, and it wasn’t long before Woolrich blankets and clothing became a household name. Over the years, this trusted American brand has enhanced its woolens and other fabrics with contemporary textures, dying techniques and washes, all designed to improve performance and comfort for the modern consumer. Today, after nearly two centuries of putting customers first, Woolrich bedding and clothing is still beloved by those who enjoy the great outdoors and all those who appreciate quality.