eJeansFit is a Montreal area-based company manufacturing and importing jeans since 1999. Our jeans are renowned for their amazing fit, excellent denim, and exclusive, unique styles. We even manufacture our jeans here in Quebec. If you need inspiration please visit our gallery of samples and pictures of various styles that we also sell ready made. We can manufacture one pair or an entire collection for a retailer to sell a private label to his clients.
Do you spend hours searching for the perfect pair of jeans, sometimes trying on 5 or 6 pairs and yet none seem to fit you quite right? Do you spend lots of money on jeans that almost fit just to spend more money tailoring them to fit better?
Well those days are over! We are proud to present you with a completely different way of shopping for jeans that will have you wondering how you ever shopped for jeans before. Now you can own a perfectly fitted pair of jeans, customized to suit you and your individual measurements and body type. Best of all they are even designed by you to suit your tastes – from the classic and simple to the elaborate and funky! Inspired by magazines and the latest celeb fashion and only limited by your imagination.
You follow the simple steps, choosing the denim, the color, wash, rise, pocket style, accessories, boot cut or skinny leg. The result is the jeans of your dreams.
All jeans start at $99.99 for the customized unique pair of jeans made-to-measure just for you. If you order more than one pair of the same style we will give you the 2nd pair at a 10% discount
$10 within Canada, $15 for the US and $27 for International Orders.Our jeans are renowned for their amazing fit, great denim, and exclusive styles. We are able to guarantee that our jeans fit because we use your own body measurements to create the jeans. That's right you are the model for your own pair of jeans! Our Jeans allow you to express your own style, individuality and tastes no matter what size or body type you are. Pregnant women are welcome too! The best part – the label only says “Style: Mine, Size: perfect”
We offer Pay pal or certified cheque. If you live in the Montreal area you can also make arrangements to pick up your jeans or to pay cash. It'll take about 5 to 7 weeks for you to get your jeans once they have been ordered,(it's worth the wait!). For a small fee they can be delivered right to your door or if you are in the Montreal area you can contact us for pick up.
Complete the following instructions
Enter your own 11 measurements – (taken by yourself or with a friend). Now it’s time to create your jeans – choose from a style in our catalogue or simply go through the steps and create your own!
You can download our easy measurement guide to help you take the best measurements (in or cm) There is also a conversion calculator form inches to cm. You can also download and print a paper tape measure.Click on each of the numbers below for pictures to help you in taking your measurements. [enter picture of a pair of jeans and how and where to take each measurement]
Once you have completed the above your order will be summarized for you to confirm. You will receive a confirmation number and will receive an e-mail advising you when your jeans are ready. Please advise your preferred method of shipping (additional charges apply)
Proceed to paying the deposit via your preferred payment method.YOU’RE DONE! NOW JUST WAIT FOR YOUR JEANS TO ARRIVE!!
Any other time you can send us an e-mail by clicking on the link below or at the following address:
Tell a friend, a colleague, family. Gift certificates are available and can make great gifts for expectant mothers who can never get a good fit, unique individuals, plus size or unique body shaped women. We are working on creating this site for Men and children as well as Women’s denim jackets and skirts, so come back soon to see our new products!
EJEANS FIT produces here in Quebec any product you may need. We have a customers that requires also private label for their stores here in Quebec.
We sell from stock, on order and we can also do private labeling for your stores. Please take a look at our collection, you will find just a few pictures of some of our latest styles - there are too many to show them all in our online catalog. We carry several lines of women's jeans - . Most of the jeans are stretch 98% cotton/ 2% Spandex. The jeans wholesale price varies depending on the intricacy of the design and detailing. The rise varies by style but is usually between 5.5" to 7.5".
If you are interested, we have samples for sale to our customers for you to see the jeans up close. In order for us to keep client files up to date for upcoming collections, etc can you please provide us with your store information, contact name and number, type of market, quantity purchased per month, etc.
We look forward to doing business with you. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions. Please contact us via e-mail or by phone for more information.
Thanks & Best Regards
The history of jeans begins in gold rush era California with an innovative young immigrant named Levi, and in the 150+ years since then, the jean has grown into an American fashion phenomenon. Can you believe the average American owns seven pairs of jeans? Read on to learn about the humble beginnings” and grand scale popularization” of a modern classic.
In the early 1850s, German-born Levi Strauss began manufacturing rugged work pants that would withstand the lifestyle of Northern California’s gold miners. Levi’s original design was a far cry from the blue jeans we know and love today, most notably because they were made of brown (yes, brown!) canvas intended for tents, tarps, and sails. The style was loose-fitting with no belt loops, instead held up by suspenders and a waist-cinching buckle in the back. Over the following decades a number of changes were made, including the addition of reinforcing rivets, more pockets, and top-stitching details. Most importantly, the signature blue jean fabric came into use. Called serge de Nimes for the town in France where it was first loomed, we now refer to the fabric as just denim.
Continuing through the early 1900s, jean overalls were the garment of choice for blue collar workers countrywide. Though it was by no means considered stylish, denim was the prevailing style seen on American streets both during and after the Depression. Beginning in the 1940s, however, all this changed. The status associated with denim began to shift, and what was once a purely utilitarian garment evolved into a range of compelling fashion statements. First through the popularity of the western cowboy films, and then because of rebellious rock and roll idols, denim came to represent youth, sexual freedom, and progressive culture. Europeans took note, and began to import the American-made fashion in the 1950s.
In the 1960s and 1970s consumers began exploring denim personalization, adding panels at the hems to make bell bottoms, or painting statements and images directly onto the garments. Manufacturers too played with the idea of customization, experimenting with bright colors, embroidery, lace, rhinestones, and other lavish details. The 1980s were dedicated to developing denim treatment processes; the more extreme styles applied acid washes and skin-revealing tears to the fabric. Out of these fads came the “grunge” anti-fashion of the early 1990s alternative scene, which matured into more refined vintage and distressed looks in the later part of the decade. Finally, since the turn of the new millennium, the market concept has been premium denim. Great body-shaping cuts and designer detailing are paramount, as retail prices reach new highs for jeans.