I read this article, and ordered the jeans. Thanks for the discount. I followed the instructions and measured myself. Placed the order and received them in two days. But I had to send back. My fault. You see I did not believe the instructions for the sizing. So do what it says and it will fit perfect. I called and they sent a new pair out in two days. I think I got mine in before they got theirs back. I love them. They feel great and boy you can really move in them, yet they do not have to stretch out before you can pick you leg up over your bike. They do make my butt look good too. That is always a plus. These don't have to be riding only jeans. Recommend highly!

Mary Witty
Ventress, LA
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Great article called Gear Guide for Big Girls. Thanks for the link and you are so right about the manufacturers. But it seems they are getting better!

Teresa Stout
Benton, KS
Monday, July 18, 2011
I get all excited when I see an article about riding jeans and then as I read the article I find the jeans are only for small women. Come on people! We are not all size single digit! I have been riding for 20 years and will be grateful when writers realize the real world. Come on and do some research and find jeans for "real" women. Shame on you if you don't.

Teresa Stout
Benton, KS
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Editor Response
It's not the writers who need to realize this, we know it already. I invite you to visit the series of articles we did called Gear Guide for Big Girls.

It is the manufacturers who need to hear your comments. However, these jeans do go up to size 16 (that's not single digit). That's a 37-inch waist and 45-inch hip.
Genevieve Schmitt