Seeded & Sewn Fit Guide

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“The Seeded & Sewn brand name came by referencing how our company got its start. That is the root of the name as it ties into our heritage with farming while at the same time has a clothing connection depending on how you define it.”

-Dick Thurs, Fashion Buyer

Our Story

“Three acres of potatoes were the seed for the first SCHEELS store in 1902. Frederick A. Scheel, a German immigrant, used the $300 he earned from that first harvest of potatoes as the down payment on the first SCHEELS, a small hardware and general merchandise store in Sabin, Minnesota.

Over the years, SCHEELS opened in surrounding communities, including Fargo, North Dakota, where the Corporate Office is now located.

Firmly planted in the hardware business, SCHEELS started adding a small selection of sporting goods to their stores in 1954. Customer interest grew, and more and more sports lines were added with athletic shoes and clothing being introduced to the SCHEELS’ product mix in 1972.”

This style is great for those who want a regular fit through the waist and thigh, but a slightly wider option at the calf to fit any “boot” inside. The wash is between light and dark, making it a versatile jean.

The most classic cut is slim straight. The denim is cut thin through the thighs to create a more form-fitted pair of jeans. This style does not taper or get wider at the calf like the bootcut, rather it stays straight throughout to the leg opening.

Best for shorter body types because the higher rise waist and slim leg give an illusion of longer legs.

If you are thicker around the middle, this is the perfect jean for you. It sits comfortably under the belly but with a relaxed fit in the hip and thigh. This will provide extra room from your waist to the knee. This cut will never go out of style and is perfect for comfort and play.

The Jordan Regular Straight jean is great for an athletic build. Jeans that sit straight on the waist fit most comfortably throughout the thigh and legs for those more muscular. This style will not taper or get wider at the calf, rather it keeps a straight line all the way down.