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Allow 5 to 6 weeks for delivery
Outside the United States, may take longer

Order two (2) or more BRADLEY jeans and get
25% discount

BRADLEY jeans are Non-Stretch
 Unit Inches:
Front Rise                                                                                  
Back Rise
Leg Opening
email: Measurements, Name, Address, and Phone # to -

Tips for ordering BRADLEY jeans

BRADLEY offers 2 categories of Jeans, one is "custom jeans" where all the denim avaiable is of non-stretch material and the other category is that of "stretch jeans", where all the denim fabrics have stretch properties.

BRADLEY  are "5 pocket style back pockets.

BRADLEY recommends giving FIX i.e finished measurements for the Thighs and Knees for more accurate results, you can measure an existing pair of jeans and enter accordingly.

BRADLEY jeans  - Hard Wash
True Blue Denim, 12 oz Premium Category Denim Jeans
Denim from our latest range of fabrics.
12oz Denim washed, 100% Cotton and extra soft feel.
Each piece is individually cut from rolls of denim fabric and stitch accordingly.
Hard Washed at high temperatures to give complete shrinkage.
Leather labels.
5 Pocket Style.
Metal Buttons and Rivets Reinforced.

Made to your measurements.
Fix: Fix means Finished garment measurments. You define the fit by giving the finished(FIX) Thighs, Knee and Leg Bottom measurements. We recommend giving Fix measurements for a more accurate fit required.

Measure the length from the waist to the floor or the length you want, you should measure the length while wearing your shoes.
  1. To get more accurate measurements you may also measure the outer length of your existing jeans and input the length which you find greater
  2. Please note this is outer length and NOT inseam.

  1. Measure the waist area where you want to wear your Jeans. Make sure the tape is snug, but not pulling tightly, and not too loose.
  2. Do NOT mention your label size, measure your waist according to the instructions above, readymade jeans waist measurement is always more than their label sizes and vary from brand to brand

  1. Seat is the widest part of your hips. Keep the measuring tape here and the area which gives the maximum measurement is the "SEAT" required.
Front Raise
  1. Measure from the crotch where the inseam meets the front and back seams to the top of the waistband.
  2. Measure with the front laid flat, pull the area to the fullest.
  3. You may increase or decrease this measurement based on personal preference.

back_riseBack Rise.
  1. Measure from the crotch where the inseam meets the front and back seams to the top of the waistband on the rear.
  2. We will increase/decrease the back rise incase we feel that it seems a bit off or do not come in the range of your other measurements.


  1. Select from if Thigh measurement is Fix (Finished) OR Body

  1. Select from if Knee measurement is Fix (Finished) OR Body

Leg Opening.
  1. The leg opening measurement determines how wide or narrow the bottom opening of the leg is.
  2. Measure the leg bottom opening across the jeans , multiply this measurement by 2.
  3. You may increase or decrease this number based on personal preference with regards to style.
Tip: Do not forget to multiply this measurement by 2 after measuring as per the picture as we need the circumference.



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