Reviewed by Happy Swimmer from Virginia Beach on Friday, July 17, 2015
I bought one of each color, 4 total, for my husband. The colors are nice, even the more unique reddish brown. The pants are true to size. My husband has strong, athletic legs and these fit. I can't comment on durability as the pants will be on stand by for cool weather but being Ralph Lauren these should wash & wear nicely.
Reviewed by Benjamin the traveler from New York on Monday, March 9, 2015
These are very nice corduroy trousers that can be worn casually or for work. The colors are deep and the narrow-wale makes them very versatile. They are comfortable, well-made and fit well. In my opinion, these compare well with trousers that sell for double or triple the price.
Reviewed by Jerry from Vermont on Tuesday, January 13, 2015
I'm usually at 36 waist. I read the reviews and ordered a 36 and 38 inch pair. The 36 was too small and I returned it. The 38 is a bit too large. I would recommend one size up. Also I usually wear a 32 inch inseam (that's what I ordered). The 38 pair came with 34" inseam. I washed it and the shrinkage was mainly in the length (a good inch or so). Material is not winter grade-- a bit on the thin side. Looks nice. We'll see how it wears.
Reviewed by Scottsdale Rich from Arizona on Saturday, January 3, 2015
These corduroy pants were a perfect fit. The waist and length were just right and the fit through the legs is perfect. They are nicely lined and seem to be as good as polo makes. The colors were as described.
Reviewed by John the Corduroy Lover from Texas on Saturday, November 1, 2014
This corduroy pant is made of quality material and the workmanship is first class. The measurement in the front of the pants, from the belly button to the seam, seems to be short. But I am sure it has to do with the trends in style than any thing else. I am older than 50, and probably hanging to the old pull-it-up-to-the-belly-button pair of trousers.
To satisfy the older generation, you may want to consider having larger size to compensate for this gap in length in the front part of the pants. Not everyone wants to have his belt buried underneath the belly. Maybe an elastic stretcher underneath the loops of the belt, or on the sides, can do the trick.