Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants
Simple Track Pants

Simple Track Pants

Regular price $42.00
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Measure around the smallest part of your waist. Not too snug, not too loose.
Measure around the fullest part of your hips. Make sure to keep the tape measure as horizontal as you can.
Measure around the fullest part of your thigh.
Measure straight down the inside leg from the crotch to the ankle.


SIZE   Waist (in) Seat (in)
Thigh (in)
26.5 - 27
32.5 - 33
20.5 - 21
27.5 - 28
33.5 - 34
21 - 21.5
28.5 - 29
34.5 - 35
21.5 - 22
29 29.5 - 30
35.5 - 36
22 - 22.5
30.5 - 31
36.5 - 37
22.5 - 23
31 31.5 - 32
37.5 - 38
23 - 23.5
32.5 - 33
38.5 - 39
23.5 - 24
33.5 - 34
39.5 - 40
23 - 24.5
34.5 - 35
40.5 - 41
24 - 25
35 35.5 - 36 
41.5 - 42
25 - 26
36.5 - 37.5
42.5 - 43.5
26 - 27
38  38.5 - 39.5
44.5 - 45.5
27 - 28
40.5 - 41.5
46.5 - 47.5
27.25 - 28.25
42 42.5 - 43.5
48.5 - 49.5
28 - 29
44.5 - 45.5
50.5 - 51.5
28.75 - 29.75
46  46.5 - 47.5
52.5 - 53.5
29.5 - 30.5
48.5 - 49.5
54.5 - 55.5
30.25 - 31.25
50 50.5 - 51.5
56.5 - 57.5
31 - 32
52.5 - 53.5
58.5 - 59.5
31.75 - 32.75
54.5 - 55.5
60.5 - 61.5
32.5 - 33.5
56.5 - 57.5
62.5 - 63.5
33.25 - 34.5
58.5 - 59.5
64.5 - 65.5
33.5 - 34.75
60.5 - 61.5
66.5 - 67.5
34.75 - 36


 Inseam Height
5’6" - 5’8"
5’8" - 6’
6’ - 6’4"
6’4" - 6’6"
6’4" - 6’8


      The acid wash process requires washing the denim with bleach-soaked stones for a marbled finish.


      Bleach is used in the finishing process to lighten the color of denim or give it a lived-in look and feel.


      The underlying tones in indigo dyed denim. Depending on dye or technique, denim can have a variety of casts, like red, green or yellow.


      Distressed jeans feature sanding with sand-paper, fraying, slashes or rip-and-repair details to create a lived-in look and feel.


      Any treatment to jeans after they’ve been cut, sewn and washed to give them a special effect. Common finishes are whiskering, bleaching, and stonewashing.


      Placing an entire finished article of clothing into a dye bath for a well-worn, vintage-like appearance.


      Hand sanding with sand-paper is a process used to create destruction details normally achieved through wear and tear after many uses.


      Indigo dye is used to give denim its rich and natural blue. Through regular washing and wearing, fabric dyed with indigo will beautifully age, developing unique characteristics.


      Resin coating is a finishing technique that gives jeans a rigid, crinkled look and feel, sometimes also wax coating.


      Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that involves binding certain sections of cloth and dipping them in indigo dye to achieve a tie dye-like pattern.


      Stonewashing is accomplished by washing denim with volcano pumice friction stones to achieve a lived-in look and feel. This step occurs during the finishing process.


      Faded horizontal lines that many jeans have along the thighs or wear points for a perfectly well-worn look. Typically lines are drawn with san-paper on the finished jeans and then stonewashed.

      Jeans come in all size and shapes. They also come in a variety of fabrics and cotton blends. This is a true and tested method for most jeans made out of denim with 98% Cotton and 2% Spandex blend; It will also work with 100% cotton denim but you may have to repeat the processes. In addition to the fabric content, jeans are all cut differently, even when you buy the same style from the same brand; the fabric content and the number of enzymes in the washes changes the sizing. If that's not enough, once you buy them and depending on how much you wear them and you care for them, the denim changes.

      It's a very common issue with denim, especially when you want them to fit you as perfectly as on the day that you bought them. The jeans may have become way too big because the denim has become extremely stretched out, or the cotton content has shrunk down to a mini version of its former self and you can barely fit into them.

      We have found that the following fixes work in most cases and are worth trying to rescue your favorite jeans.

      My Jeans Have Become Too Stretched

      If your jeans have gotten a little too stretched out, just put them in your washing machine set to a standard wash cycle on the hottest setting. Cotton fibers react to hot water by shrinking the fiber as much as possible. Don't use any fabric softener as it coats the cotton fiber and prevents it from shrinking.

      After the wash and still hot and wet, place them in your dryer at its hottest setting. The heat constricts the cotton fibers, getting rid of the extra stretching that occurred as a result of wearing them and returning the jeans to its original state.

      My Jeans' Waistband Is Too Big

      If it's the waistband of your jeans that is too big, then the fix is a little bit more difficult, but still doable. The waistband is usually a double or double folded piece of rigid denim, that may or may not have an extra piece of felt paper inside the fold. The best way to make the waistband fit snuggly is to sew a 6-inch piece of flat elastic into the inside of the waistband on the back.


      I Need to Stretch My Jeans

      This is the easiest way to stretch out a pair of cotton jeans that has shrunk down. Put lukewarm water into a spray bottle, then spray the jeans until they are completely wet, then lay the jeans flat out on the floor as you stretch them. Stand with your feet on each leg of the jeans, bend down and pull and stretch the jeans up while they are wet. Stretch the jeans in any and all directions until you feel that the fiber is loosening up, all the while making sure that the seams are not being stretched to the point of breaking.

      Extreme Shrinkage Needs Extreme Measures

      If your jeans have shrunk a lot more than you can stretch using the lukewarm water sprayer, then you will need to try this method: Put on the jeans that are too tight, (it's ok if you cannot completely zip it up or close the button), fill your bathtub with warm water, and sit in it until you feel that the cotton has loosened. When you're done and you can zip up the jeans, close the button, and the jeans feel looser, then hang the jeans to dry on a line. Do not put them in the dryer. 

       I hope that these work for you. Remember, old jeans never die, they just fade!



      Can I still shop online?

      Yes! is available and ready to help you find what you need during this time. As always, we offer FREE SHIPPING in the continental USA for online orders over $50.

      Why is my shipment delayed?
      We appreciate your patience with the shipping delays. Due to increased order volume and the impact of COVID-19, it may take longer than usual for your order to arrive. We are working to get orders out to you as quickly as possible. Keep an eye on your email for all order updates. We'll send an email to you as items in your order ship, or if there are updates.

      Where's my order? Why isn't there a tracking number yet?
      We appreciate your patience. We are working to get orders out to you as quickly as possible.

      Tracking numbers for your order shipments become available once our carrier partners pick up the packages for delivery. We'll send an email to you as items in your order ship, and this will contain a link to the most up-to-date tracking information for your order.

      Can I delay my shipment?
      Once your order is placed, we start working on it right away. At this time, we are unable to delay or hold shipments.

      How do I cancel my order?
      Unfortunately, we're unable to change or cancel an order after you've placed it. If you decide not to keep your items, you can always return them at a later date. Currently, we're only accepting returns by mail using our prepaid shipping label. Returns are always free. If we have to cancel your order for inventory or other reasons, we'll notify you as soon as possible. Your credit card will not be charged if we are unable to fulfill and/or cancel your order for any reason.



      What is your return policy?
      30 Days return for any reason. We handle returns on a case-by-case basis with the ultimate objective of making our customers happy. We stand behind our goods and services and want customers to be satisfied with them. We'll always do our best to take care of customers—our philosophy is to deal with them fairly and reasonably. If you do return items, we'll apply the refund to the tender they were purchased.

      How do I return my items ordered online?
      Return your items by mail using the prepaid shipping label included in your shipment. Include the invoice with your items, place the prepaid shipping label on the outside of the box and take your package to the nearest USPS drop-off location. Due to an increased volume of returns and the impact of COVID-19, we're experiencing processing delays and anticipate returns and/or refunds will take longer than our usual 14 business days.

      Jeans Washing Instructions

      Wash your jeans once every 10 wears at most; this increases their lifespan and saves natural resources. When you eventually launder your jeans, wash and dry them inside out with like colors; liquid detergent is recommended. Decorated Jeans must be handwashed inside out.

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