Lee Jeans Womens Black Scarlett Skinny Fit Jeans
- Lee Jeans Scarlett Skinny fit Jeans
- 91% Cotton 6%Polyester 3% Elastane
- Zip Fly
- Front Rise: 8''
- Five Pocket Styling
American heritage brand Lee Jeans have been creating authentic denim products since 1889, to date Lee Jeans provide garments with youthful styles and modern twists. These Scarlett jeans have the ultimate skinny fit made from Lee stretch deluxe which is the finest quality Italian fabric offering you a figure hugging comfort fit. The extreme fitting jeans have a regular waist which are cut skinny clinging to the body through the thigh all the way down to the ankle. The jeans have the classic zip fly with the single embossed button closure. The garment has five pockets with the signature Lee material tab placed on the reverse pocket and finishes off with the black leather Lee waist band.
Product Code: L526DROC-LEEJ S13-BLK
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