Reviewed by buddhaauthor from Los Angeles on Monday, July 21, 2014
These look well-made and they fit true in length and waist, and the colors look great. I really wanted to like them, but the waists are extremely high. Actually above the belly button. If you like that, these will be great for you. If not, you'll send them back as I'm doing.
Reviewed by AKFletch from Homer, Alaska on Sunday, February 23, 2014
Got these in 30 for the college boy, but they actually fit me (usually 36~38) just fine. If you're old enough to shine on the embarrassment of the elastic waist they're pretty decent looking khakis. The (unstated) inseam is about 34", so unless you're long legged you'll have to hem them up. They don't cuff well.
Reviewed by pagster from socal on Monday, March 5, 2012
I found the size to be fairly accurate but possibly slightly large. They do fit loosely but I would not term them baggy. They did seem to shrink very slightly in length, but for me that is a good thing since I need what is normally a 33" inseam (becoming a rarity in casual trousers) so I ordered the 34" in order to get sufficient length. Despite the fact that I left them in the dryer too long, they came out much as I'd expect for an item of untreated 100% cotton. Certainly not crisp looking but good enough for casual wear.
Reviewed by Jay Riemenschneider from San Jose, CA on Tuesday, February 14, 2012
These pants are really baggy in the front. They get extremely wrinkled in the wash. I really hate ironing and these are not wearable without. I bought two pair and one is hanging on the ironing board. It will likely be there awhile. I can get away wearing the black without ironing, but not the stone color.
Best Uses: Casual Wear
Cons: Material Too Thin, Poor Quality, Wrinkles Easily