Reviewed by AKFletch from Homer, Alaska on Sunday, February 23, 2014
These are great for a wino or other retro style street person. The outer fabric is textured like '40's suiting, the inner is a soft broadcloth. The lining is large, so it clings to your skin, even as the outer drapes like unlined might. The inseam is much shorter than labeled, so the cuffs won't drag in the gutter, while the textured fabric of the legs is great for wiping your hands after going through the restaurant dumpster.
Reviewed by Marshindian from New Hampshire on Wednesday, February 12, 2014
These pants are sort of thin, and the lining isn't especially warm. The pockets are deep front and back. The fit is lower than I'd like for cold weather pants, if you get my drift (or draft!) in the back.
Reviewed by Midwest wife from Indiana on Wednesday, January 30, 2013
The lining is lightweight and makes the pants hang nicely....bought these originally for husband to wear outside around fire...they turned out to be nicer pants than just for the fire....casual wear anytime...good quality, good fit.
Reviewed by Blacksmith Jack from Davidson, NC on Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The pants were at least a size smaller than marked. The outer material was thin, not heavy as described, and the pants wrinkled so badly that I couldn't even iron the wrinkles out. I gave the pants to the local clothing drive.
Reviewed by TJ55 from Western, North Carolina on Monday, July 9, 2012
Waist size was accurate, but it was really tight in the legs. OTOH, excepting dress trousers, the waist sizes are larger than stated so most people will consider the waist size smaller than normal. NTL, the proportions are just odd in these trousers; though they seemed like they would be comfortable if they happened to fit.