REVIEW: Carve Designs Carson Jeans

Review of: Carson Jeans
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Carve Designs

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On November 16, 2019
Last modified:November 16, 2019


I never thought jeans could be so empowering. But with Carve Designs' perfect blend of comfort, style, and edge, you can't help but walk with a little pep in your step.

We knew that Carve Designs excelled at their surf and swimwear, but their Fall Catalog has proven that Carve designs’ clothing belongs in our everyday closet and not just in the Summer.

I reviewed the Carson Jeans and am more than impressed.

Design/Aesthetics ★★★★★ 

Designed to be a slimmed-down version of the boyfriend jean, the Carson Jean is the ideal and thought-to-be-impossible combination of comfort and style. Not every girl is thrilled about a baggy pair of jeans, but Carve Designs has managed to make a jean that looks relaxed and retro, yet without the drowning-in-denim feel. If Carve has one thing perfected, it’s the balance between feminine and edgy designs.









Durability ★★★★★

Over the course of a month, I have worn these jeans through the reality of a busy and adventure-based daily life. These jeans have squatted, stretched, worked, ran, and even endured hiking in the Ozark mountains. The fabric, while being flexible, is tough and well-crafted. I look forward to seeing how these jeans hold up over time, but based on their performance: So far, so good

Functionality ★★★★★

Non-restrictive, comfortable, and diversifiable. Carve Designs has made a product that serves as an all-around, do-anything pair of pants with a classic style that works for almost any occasion.

Value ★★★★

At $98, the Carson Jean is on the higher end of prices for jeans, but right in the middle price range for outdoor specific jeans, pants, and joggers. The Carson Jean is unique in its pairing of a modern fit with an old-school, boyfriend style and I have yet to see another product on the market that has pulled this desirable combination off. Carve Design’s Carson Jeans are an investment worth making.

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