5 of the best men’s jeans for Fall

If you’re anything like us here at The Coolector, you’ll remain pretty loyal to a pair of jeans when you find the right style and fit for you. Well, if you’re in the market for some new denim this Fall, there’s certainly no shortage of options to choose from regardless of your style sensibilities and budget.

Check out our pick of 5 of the best men’s jeans for Fall below:

Wellen Organic Stretch Denim Jeans – $98

Wellen has done the hard work here for you on many different fronts with their awesome looking Organic Stretch Denim Jeans ($98). They have come up with an expertly faded pair of stretch denim jeans which are purpose built for casual fall days aplenty – read: craft beers in the back yard around a fire.

Organic cotton, which is a whole heap better for the environment, will help make these jeans stylish and eco-conscious rolled into one and the tapered fit means they’re more easy going than super-slim, rock star denim. Trust us, that’s a good thing if you want to ease your way into finding some of the best men’s jeans. ($98)


Taylor Stitch Slim Jeans in Everyday Denim – $98

The Slim Everyday Jeans from Taylor Stitch ($98) will look and feel familiar to familiar with the San Francisco based brand’s wares. This time, however, they’ve streamlined this release by switching to a classic zipper fly and opting for a slightly shorter inseam that’s ideal for cuffing.

For the great looking and versatile Slim Everyday Jeans, Taylor stitch have used a beautiful, 100% organic cotton which boasts some killer texture and, at 12 ounces, it feels substantial without slowing you down. Signature San Francisco-map print pocketing and YKK hardware round out a pair of jeans that, as the name suggests, you’ll look forward to wearing every single day. ($98)


Flint & Tinder All-American Stretch Denim Jeans – $118

If you’ve not yet tried the excellent Flint and Tinder’s All American Stretch Denim Jeans ($118), well, you’ve definitely been missing out all this time. Prepare yourself to meet a pair of jeans you’ll want to be reaching for day after day. These jeans are stone washed ahead of time to give them a distinctive look and effortlessly cool fading from the get-go, which means that they’ll feel like you’ve had ‘em for years.

Cut, sewn, and finished in Los Angeles, these epic jeans are guaranteed to last (and fade handsomely) for many years to come. Custom Flint and Tinder hardware makes these all the more robust and recognisable to boot. All the details are considered here, and that makes these some of the best men’s jeans to add to your wardrobe. ($118)


Bluer Denim Men’s Modern Slim Jeans – Were $245 Now $98

If it’s a bargain you’re after, look no further than these Bluer Denim Men’s Modern Slim Jeans. Up until recently, these wonderfully well crafted jeans would set you back just shy of $250 but now you can get a pair in your Fall wardrobe rotation for under $100. Definitely one not to be missed out on. This is the polished pair of jeans that you will reach for when there is a big meeting, big date, or the times you need to look a bit more confident than you feel.

Each pair is made  from the last batches of American-made selvage denim from Cone Mills White Oak plant and the slim cut is influenced by the skinny trend but, crucially, minus the constricted calf that we all hate in a pair of jeans. These jeans have certified nickel-free buttons, burrs, and the rivets are forged in the USA by YKK. ($98)


Dawson Slim Fit Jeans – £270

UK denim experts, Dawson, have excelled themselves with these superb looking Slim Fit Jeans (£270). The quality of the materials and craftsmanship really is second to none. They are crafted from 14.25 oz Japanese red selvage denim, which has been woven on Toyoda looms and pre-shrunk.

Other stand out features of these jeans include the 7oz natural herringbone cotton pocket bags woven in Japan and copper branded washer and nail rivets. They also boast a chrome leather patch, branded by hand, a die cast heavy waistband button and each pair has been hemmed using Dawson’s 1959 Union Special Hemmer. (£270)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.