Bills Khakis M2 Wellington Heavy Twill Pants (For Men)
About Bills Khakis M2 Wellington Heavy Twill Pants (For Men)
Overstock. A limited edition fabric that performs much like moleskin or chamois cloth, Bills Khakis' Wellington pants are made from a brushed, heavyweight twill in a slightly slimmer cut desired by the modern man.
Specs about Bills Khakis M2 Wellington Heavy Twill Pants (For Men)
- Pant style: Flat Front
- Closure: Zipper,YKK®
- Inseam: Unhemmed 39" (based on size 36)
- Fabric: 100% cotton
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
- Made in United States of America (fabric imported)
- Visit our Pant Fit Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Blaaaargh the Grumpy from Seattle on Tuesday, October 21, 2014Fabric is really thick and sturdy but also soft; deep pockets, good strong zipper. Fit was excellent. Only my bad hemming job is a negative.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Charles Dana from San Francisco on Saturday, May 17, 2014Sturdy, soft and comfortable. I wish the rise were a little higher, but the pants are fine the way they are. A word to those who, based on other reviews of Bills khakis, are afraid that Bills will be too tight in the waist: please understand that Bills khakis do not use vanity sizing, as so many other clothing companies do. If you have a 35-inch waist, you can order pants with a 34- or even a 33-inch waist from a lot of companies, and those pants will likely fit you. That's because an inch or more has been added to the waist so that customers can flatter themselves into thinking that they are slimmer than they really are. Then they order a pair of pants from Bills in a size 33. Due to the absence of vanity sizing, the Bills will really be 33 inches at the waist. Then the customer will accuse Bills of being tight and of labelling their sizes incorrectly. If you order from Bills, you'll get a good fit as long as you don't kid yourself about how big your midsection really is.