Aviator Jeans are perfect for traveling and extraordinarily comfortable, but best of all, they keep their shape!
As a highly sensitive person, do you find it difficult to buy clothing that works for you? Do you find tags unbearable? Even though you know what type of clothing you need, it can be challenging to find it; but isn't it so perfect when you get it right, and everything feels good?
There is a lot of trial and error in finding sensory-friendly clothing, but it seems more and more people are aware of it, and we have more options today than we did even a few years ago. These jeans fall into the excellent category.
American-made and based in Los Angeles, Aviator jeans are sold as the best travel jeans you can buy. The company made some clever small changes that do help, and they are made from premium stretch denim that is lightweight, comfortable, breathable, and fast-drying.
All pockets are deeper than regular jeans, and you have a hidden zipper in one of the back pockets. The front pockets are deep enough for your phone or passport. I've never had jeans where my phone completely disappears; it's always sticking out a bit. The extra-deep pockets don't look odd when you carry your phone; they look like regular jeans.
- Incredibly comfortable with great shape retention – sensory-friendly
- Deeper pockets and quick drying material
- Inclusive sizes for women – from 00 – 16/18
- Most likely you will need to hem them to the correct length
- Not a lot of different styles
Aviator Jeans…Yes, They are Sensory-Friendly
I started to search for reviews on the jeans and if they would work for me. All reviews were five stars.
I'm always skeptical of reviews because they do not pertain to people with sensory sensitivity. They might be perfect for everyone else, but the fabric might drive me mad, are too tight, or don't sit correctly. I think everyone has issues getting the perfect jeans to suit their shape, but it's harder for us.
Before heading off on a five-week trip to Italy, I purchased the bootcut version of women's Aviator jeans, which cost $85 on sale and was regularly $115. I tried them on and thought they were soft, but will they work while traveling? Will the knees be baggy by the end of the day?
I usually like Hudson jeans which are not the softest, but they fit me perfectly, and I love how they look. I brought the Aviator pair, not expecting to love them as much as I did. They were mid-rise, and I'm not too fond of high-rise and mid-rise pants. I know it's the trend, but I find them uncomfortable and only buy low-rise.
I usually wash my jeans after two wears, but as I was traveling, I wore them four times and was amazed that the knees didn't bag out and didn't lose their shape. One of the four times included driving for five hours.
They were beyond comfortable, and while keeping their shape, they were soft. I didn't mind the mid-rise part of the jeans, which says something, and they will work in both hot and cold climates.
You will have to have them hemmed. Aviator offers to hem the jeans for you, but you cannot return them, so it's advisable to do it yourself for your first pair. While this may seem annoying, it's a wonderful idea because you are getting jeans that fit and have the perfect length. Sizes 24 – 27 are finished in a 33″ inseam, and sizes 28 – 36 are finished in a 34″ inseam.
I highly recommend Aviator jeans for all the HSPs out there.
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