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AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom
AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop - bottom

AG Jeans - Saige Wide Leg Crop

$329.00

Located at: FLOC BOUTIQUE #170 14101 West Block DR. NW

Our Saige Wide Leg Crop features a high-rise waist and loose, cropped legs with softly frayed raw hems. It's crafted from rigid 11.75 oz. Legion Denim in a light blue wash with heavy fading.

Legion Denim, 11.75 Oz. 100% Cotton

Model is wearing a size 26.
• Front Rise: 10 1/4"
• Knee Opening: 20 1/4"
• Bottom Opening: 21"
• Inseam: 27"

WAIST

SIZE

US SIZE

HIP

BUST

23

XXS

00

33

30

24

XS

0

34 - 35

31 - 32

25

2

26

S

4

36 - 37

33 - 34

27

4

28

M

6

38 - 39

35 - 36

29

8

30

L

10

40 - 41.5

37 - 38.5

31

12

32

XL

14

42.5 - 44

39.5 - 41

33

16

34

XXL

18

45 - 46.5

42 - 43.



AG Jeans is an American clothing company with a focus on denim apparel created with sustainable manufacturing methods. Founded in 2000 in Los Angeles, since 2010, AG Jeans has implemented a number of sustainability measures at its facilities including a water-filtration system that allows it to operate almost entirely on recycled water.

Providing a one-time gimmick like an “eco jean” or a one-off capsule collection wasn’t good enough — we wanted to pursue sustainability in a sustainable way. Each and every one of our initiatives is just one component in a long-term approach.

To offset all the bad karma in the world (we’re looking at you, single-use bags and plastic straws), we’re working overtime to produce an excess of good karma for us and our customers.