Frequently Asked questions

JEAN QUESTIONS

Wash them in the machine with cold water (like colors) and tumble dry on low or medium heat. You can also dry-clean your Aviators, or spot clean them with a little soap and water, and then hang to dry.

If you don't have time to clean your jeans but need to bounce them back into their original shape, simply throw them in the dryer until they're how you like them. 

No. However, if you machine wash and dry them very frequently, you may notice them tighten up a bit. But they will always stretch back out where needed.

Unlike the big box brands, we make all of our jeans locally (Los Angeles) in small batch productions. We don't have capacity to manufacture our jeans in different lengths at this time, but we are happy to hem your jeans prior to shipment as a complimentary service. You can click here to see our hemming policy.

- The Slim Fit is about 1.5 inches more narrow at the leg opening (ankle) than the Straight Fit.

- The rise of the Slim Fit is also 1/2 an inch higher.

- The thigh of the Slim Fit is about a 1/2 more narrow than the Straight Fit. 

OTHER QUESTIONS

Yes. We have customers all over the world. We wish we could offer you free shipping like we do for our American customers, but shipping costs are just too expensive. The rate is weight-based and varies depending on the country. We are always happy to give you a discount code to help offset the shipping cost. Also, we cannot be responsible for customs fees and import taxes, as they can vary greatly and are out of our control.

No. Currently, we only sell our products online. However, if you're in Los Angeles, you're welcome to come by the Aviator HQ. We've had many locals and visitors stop by to try on the jeans. Please click here to set up a visit. We look forward to meeting you!

The Nanofiber Air Protective Masks can be gently hand washed with mild antibacterial soap and warm water. Do not machine-wash them. Do not scrub, squeeze or wring them out. Lay them flat to air dry.

The Kids Premium Protective Masks are machine-washable. Wash them in the machine with cold water and tumble dry on low heat.