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Had a small shipping issue and Cisco was awesome, fixed it immediately and the pants fit great, make sure you are a 32 get a 33. I am 6’1 and 180 and the 33 after a little bit of shrinking fit great. Cisco was awesome, get this man a promotion
These pants are the bees knees (if they had knees) of riding gear! I trust they will hold up amazingly well in an accidental spill on the bike. If you know anything about pants, you know that jeans don't last long when it comes to the sandpaper which is asphalt or concrete. I know, I know, it'll never happen to you right?? wrong...that's why they call them accidents. I would like to know that I did everything I could in order to protect myself to the best I can while still being comfortable on long road trips. A pair of $200-$300 pants is a small price to pay to save my skin and heaps of medical bills at the end of it. To all of you reading reviews in order to make up your mind, don't stress it, just do it. Because when the time comes that the accident does occur, the money won't matter to you, you'll be happy you can walk away with a few scratches instead of looking like a fillet salmon. Customer service is great, and they acknowledge every message. Thank You Tobacco wear!
Bought these a month or two ago and I finally wore them for a long ride today. I am a bigger man (6’2” 250lbs)and these fit me well in the thighs and waist. I do wish the pockets were deeper. Overall I am very satisfied with my purchase and will more than likely buy a second pair.
I went out on a couple rides with my Caballo riding jeans now and for me they have been the best riding jeans I have purchased..It’s plain that these are a step above what I normally get in denim to include my other brand riding jeans. I’m confident I have proper protection with these jeans. They are very comfortable too, a bit of stiffness at first but within an hour broke in nicely. No pinch points or too tight this and that while I’m rolling on the bike. I I’m going on a 6500 loop of the US in May from So Cal to DC and back and these will be what I put on everyday. I don’t mind the price on these because they are serious riding jeans along with being made in the USA. All good.
I want to lead with this; The quality of materials and craftmanship of these jeans is on par with any other jean at this price point. Secondly, THEY'RE MADE IN THE USA! This country NEEDS more manufacturing brought back here, but it can't be done if people don't buy USA made products to show that it's a viable business model. BUY LOCAL! Now for the loss of star rating. It's due to fitment. I don't really fully blame Tobacco for this either, as I'm not a typical shape when it comes to jeans, and I REALLY struggle to find jeans/pants that fit me properly. To be blunt, I exercise regularly and I never miss leg day, but my diet isn't perfect. I'm 6'2", 200lbs and my BMI hovers around 25. Ideally, I would wear a 35" waist, but they're very hard to find, so I usually end up in a 36 and HAVE to wear a belt. The measurements online made it seem like the relaxed fit Caballo's in the 36 should work, but in reality, the waist is far too large, and the seat and thigh are too small. this issue is created by the fact that most clothing manufacturers basically split the hip measurement in half. But if you're built with a big butt and smaller waist, this creates a situation where you have too much material in the front half of the jean, and not enough material in the seat half of the jean. This is a REALLY common issue for me. When I have all my winter gear on, they're just a bit uncomfortable, but not terribly so. I think once summer hits, I'll have the waist taken in and have the seat and thigh let out a little bit and they'll be OK. I'll buy the next size up next winter and have them altered. Also, as others have said, the length is VERY long. I assume they do this so you can cuff them enough times to not have them unroll. Not really my style though, so I'll have them hemmed, but that's a minor thing for my seamstress to do when she's taking in the waist and letting out the seat. Lastly, if anyone at Tobacco is reading this, if you could make a pair of jeans in the Levi 541 style, you'd have a customer for life in me. They're specifically designed for someone with my build and they're the only jeans/pants I buy now, because they're the only ones I can buy and not have to get tailored to fit. Also, thank you so much for creating an American company! I'm looking forward to continue doing business with you, just keep the manufacturing here!
This is the second pair of jeans that I have purchased from Tobacco and they are the absolute best if you want looks, safety and functionality. I am a life-long customer. You will not be disappointed. Exceptional!!!