Closeouts. Not to be confused with flannel of the lumberjack variety, Hickey Freeman's flannel dress pants are woven from worsted wool, a tight weave that produces an exquisite nap that's ideal for colder weather.
From the beginning in 1899, Jacob Freeman and Jeremiah Hickey created a balance of skilled hand work and technological innovation
Textiles from the finest mills of Italy and Great Britain
Reviewed by ROBERT from ANN ARBOR, OHIO on Friday, November 19, 2010
IF YOU YOU HAVE AN ATHLETIC BUILD AND ARE USED TO THE SPACE AND COMFORT FIT OF PLEATED FRONT TROUSERS, THESE MAY NOT BE FOR YOU. THEY ARE HIGHER WAISTED (LIKE MOST PLAIN FRONT PANTS) WITH LITTLE ROOM FOR THOSE ARE USE TO LOWER RISE PLEATED PANT.
GREAT PANTS IF YOUR BUTT AND THIGHS FIT... A DECADE AGO THEY WOULD NOT HAVE WORKED FOR ME; OLDER AND THINNER THE GET A THUMBS UP FOR MY BUILD
Reviewed by Big Al from Frankford, WV on Sunday, October 10, 2010
These are beautiful, but given that they were Hickey Freeman, I thought they would be a full American cut. Not so. I am thin, so this is a good thing, but be aware that these seem to be cut with a modern trim look in mind.