Jeans are classified into pants types and can be divided into:
Straight type: The most basic style of jeans, such as Levi's501, EDWIN503, Lee101, etc.
Thin and narrow type: Emphasizes beautiful styles such as Levi's606, EDWIN502, Lee301, etc.
Small bell-bottom tube type: Considering the convenience of wearing high-top shoes, the pants tube is slightly larger, such as Levi's517, EDWIN101F, Lee102, etc.
Big bell-bottom tube type: The popular style in the 1970s, the pants under the knees are extremely large, such as Levi's646
Classic red hem pants: such as EDWIN505 grade
According to the level of the waist line, it can be divided into:
High-waist jeans: The waistband is above the navel and was widely popular in the Chinese region in the 70s and 80s.
Mid-rise jeans: The waistband is below the navel, above the cheekbones, and is the most common type of jeans today.
Low-rise jeans: The waistband is below the cheekbone, and the low-rise jeans are mostly ladies' styles, but the men's jeans that pursue sexy effects often have low-waist or medium-low waist styles.
According to the weight per unit area of denim, it can be divided into:
Lightweight Jeans: Jeans weighing less than 8 ounces per square yard of denim
Mid-size jeans: Jeans weighing more than 8 ounces per square yard of denim and less than 13 ounces
Heavy-duty jeans: Jeans weighing more than 13 ounces per square yard of denim