CINCH Jeans is my favorite jean and apparel company out there. They make denim that can handle the rigors of virtually any lifestyle as well as shirts, hoodies, jackets and accessories that look good, wear well and last a long time. Jill Gechter is the CINCH Jeans Brand Manager and she’s here today, ready to outfit you with clothes that will help you transition from cool spring weather to the sweaty summer months.
CINCH has a crazy wide selection of jeans that fit just about every body type out there. From waist sizes 26 to 46 and inseams of 30 to 40 inches long, it’s a solid bet that CINCH has something that fits you. Jill says the White Label is their best-selling fit, catering to a variety of different body styles with its mid-rise, relaxed fit and straight leg features. The Grant, my personal favorite, is a relaxed fit, mid-rise, boot cut. Unlike the skinny jean wearing, faux country music singers out there that can’t get their jeans to fit over their boots, these Grants accommodate a work boot or dress boot with no problem. The Ian is a mid-rise, slim fit boot cut for all you svelte fellas out there. And God bless the designer of the CINCH Sawyer, these are loose fit, boot cut jeans. My wife has yoga pants, they are her “comfy” pants. Me, I have Sawyers. They are the denim equivalent of “comfy” pants – they give you all the comfort you want for long sits and all the room you need for heavy physical activity, but you retain your masculinity and look sharp in denim instead of sweats. Part of the magic with these styles is the performance stretch denim that CINCH uses. The performance denim is lighter weight making them great for warm weather and they stretch and move with you making them great for working without being confining. In addition to these 4 styles, CINCH has 10 different styles in total that have different leg openings, rises, hips and endless different finishes so buyers can find exactly what they want. The biggest part about buying jeans is getting the fit right. Jill says that at CINCH, fit is their specialty. They work closely with consumers and listen to feedback and directly apply those personal needs to their products to develop new fits. You can find each and every fit online at CINCHJeans.com or check them out in one of their many retailers across the country.
Don’t forget the skivvies! A good pair of boxers are an important companion to the denim you are wearing them under. CINCH has taken on the issues of fit and comfort in the world of boxer briefs and they offer a wide selection of well-designed 6-inch and 9-inch boxer briefs. Jill highlights their “Poncho”, the donkey boxer brief, as well as “Cisco”, the dog that holds two tennis balls in his mouth – both available in 6-inch. Plus “Bart” the bear and a “High Voltage” print are available in the 9-inch styles in addition to several others. What makes these better than others? To begin with they don’t ride up your leg – no ride seams help you avoid that annoying wad of fabric you would usually be pulling at all day long. Next, they have a soft jacquard waistband that doesn’t rub or hurt after a long day and there is no tag either. Plus, the “strategic basket holder” keeps everything where it should be and an antimicrobial treatment in combination with the lightweight fabric keep you from getting all swampy. Hit up the accessory page and check them out.
ArenaFlex shirts are made to move and breathe, both of which are necessities for outdoorsmen! These wrinkle resistant and dryer friendly button downs and polos aren’t high maintenance – just wash and wear. They are lightweight, breathable, moisture wicking and have UV protection which keeps you cool in the spring and summer months. Available in a ton of different colors, prints and plaids, there is something for everyone.
Be sure to listen in as Jill Gechter, CINCH Jeans Brand Manager, stops by to talk clothes that will work with you and look good doing it. Every month CINCH releases new apparel in new colors, fabrics and finishes that are designed especially for the season at hand. Check out their new lines regularly.
Get outdoors and get dirty,