From Cathy, Child's Age 6 - 04/29/06 - IP#:  Click here to reply  
My son David is 6yrs and is 48" tall and weight 92 lbs. He has adhd and a learning disablity. David is the most loving and out going of my other boys. He would love to wear jeans like his brothers, but I am having a very hard time finding jeans that fit him. If anyone has any suggestion to where I can find some please let me know, thanks
Reply from Brandy, Child's Age 6 - 05/15/06  - IP#:
I know it sounds strange but i have found ladies stretch capris fit perfectly.Not the fancy ones.The capris that look like a womens.When he wears a t shirt you can't tell.My sone is 6 and is 54 inches tall.

Reply from joe, Child's Age 14 - 05/05/06  - IP#:
OOne of the points I was trying to make is that for some boys who are heavy, you can't order larger size pants for heavy boys just on the basis of the waist size. My youngest son is very bottom heavy, and there are some other boys like him. Not all heavy boys, or men, for that matter, only have big stomachs. That needs to be taken into account when ordering clothes online.

Reply from Mary, Child's Age 8 - 05/04/06  - IP#:
One more thing Cathy, my son who is 8 yrs old, is 5' tall and weights 156 and he wears the 14 husky from this site and at the chain stores he barely fits into the 20 husky. I wish I this sight had been around when he was younger, would have made my life easier. I also sew so I have made a lot of his uniform pants and now huskyfashions.conm sells them also.

Reply from Mary, Child's Age 8 - 05/04/06  - IP#:
The size chart at is very true to life. If getting the elastic waist jeans they allow for almost 8-10 inches of stretch. I have returned and exchanged with husky fashions without any problem. They are very nice people who had the same problem dressing their child as we do. I would steer clear of mens pants because you'll find the crotch is way too big and the shortest length I found is 30 and then you have to cut 6 or more inches off and in my opinion they don't look nice.

Reply from joe, Child's Age 14 - 05/03/06  - IP#:
It's tough to buy online because each kid's measurements are different. Our two boys were both bigger than Cathy's son David when they were his age, but one was much bigger around the hips, rear, and thighs than the other. If something we ordered online fit one, it wouldn't fit the other, even though their heights and weights were about the same. In other words, each one carried the weight differently. If you are going to buy something online, check the "return policy" before you buy.

Reply from Mary, Child's Age 8 - 05/03/06  - IP#:
Check out they have quite a variety of jeans and pants made especially for husky boys but the measurements are different than those you buy in the store (more realistic). Their sizes start with size 6 husky. I buy the jeans and khaki's. Good Luck.

Reply from joe, Child's Age 14 - 04/30/06  - IP#:
When our boys were your son's age, they were about his size. None of the "husky" sizes at Sears or Pennneys came close to fitting. If jeans are that important to your son (and he sounds like a good kid who deserves something "special"), i think the best you can do is have him try on men's sizes and then hem them. My wife found the denim difficult to sew, and the legs were wide, but they fit over my son's hips and rear, and the main thing to him was that they had all the jeans style sewing and pockets.

Reply from Allison, Child's Age 7 - 04/30/06  - IP#:
hi, they sell jeans and pants with adjustable waists at Walmart stores (in the boys dept) also you could try they have different sizes. hope it helps you out.