Skinny-Fit: Skiny-Fit jeans form to shape of the figure of the wearer and are tight. They have a very snug fit all the way to the ankle, hugging the thighs and calves. Furthermore, there is no tapering or flare in the leg area. To top it all off, they offer a figure-complementing fit as soon as they're slipped on.
Slim-Fit: Slim-Fit jeans have the least amount of fabric in the rear panels, and the openings at the thigh are narrower than in a Regular-Fit jeans. They are designes with a pseudo body-hugging fit that ensures your legs have definition, without feeling too clingy.
Tapered-Fit: Tapered-Fit jeans feel comfortable in the waist and thigh area, while from the knee down, the model tapers, becoming narrower as they reach the ankle. They offer a more fashionable look without the discomfort of being too tight.
Regular-Fit: the jeans most of us wear are considered to be a Regular-Fit; made to replicate the iconic blue jeans. These timelessly-styled jeans rest lightly against your upper legs without feeling too tight. From the upperlegs down, they sport a straight-cut.
Loose-Fit: these jeans don't hug any one area in particular, but feel slightly wider all around. Do not mistake them for baggy jeans, as their fit is porpose-friven for maximum comfort while you. Thanks to the combination of a loose waist and a straight leg, these jeans are easy to wear both on and off the bike.