Information about Mason's Washed Italian Cotton Poplin Pants - Garment-Dyed (For Men)
Closeouts. You can attribute the unique, weathered look of Mason's washed Italian cotton pants to the modern processes and technologies used in the garment-dyeing process. Cotton poplin is boulder-washed and dyed in individual pieces for color and texture variations that are both casually robust and personable.
Reviewed by jbb91 from LA, CA on Tuesday, May 25, 2010
My husband's original pair of these pants were a Christmas present from a friend who can afford to shop at Barney's. We can't, so when he needed new ones, I found them here for much, much cheaper. Same great pant. Different awesome price.
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Reviewed by The Clotheshorse from Midwest on Monday, September 27, 2010
I own several pair of Mason's pants and they are all great with regard to quality and construction. One other reviewer has mistakenly referred to the EM line as being a "step down in quality". I disagree. The EM line is made in both Italy and Peru - I own both types. The price at Sierra was ridiculously inexpensive. I got the Ocean color; while this appeared to be a laggard in sales, it works for me and is a versatile 2-3 season color.
Best Uses: Casual Wear
Describe Yourself: Trendy/Stylish Dresser
Length: Feels true to length
Pros: Comfortable, Flattering, Great Color, High Quality, Stylish, Washes Well
Reviewed by OCULUS from Rensselaer, NY on Monday, August 30, 2010
I'm a big fan of Mason's but thier EM line is a step down in quality; and these were not listed as EM by STP. I had just returned a pair of EM shorts for being oddly cut/too small, and ordered these, unaware that they were EM line. Turns out they are OK, but were longer than the stated 34" length and had to be altered. Not made in Italy either.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Date Night/Night Out
Cons: Not listed as EM line
Describe Yourself: Classic Dresser
Length: Feels too long
Pros: Comfortable, Flattering, High Quality, Stylish
Reviewed by OCULUS from Renssealer on Monday, August 30, 2010
I'm not diabetic, but I do wear orthotics and I appreciate supportive socks. These have good elastic in the foot, but are very stretchy in the shaft. This is probabaly designed for diabetic needs, but they feel odd on me. STP's Goodhue socks are much better at overall support.
Reviewed by Gmer from Columbia, SC on Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Good quality and tailoring with some interesting but odd touches such as the drawstring inside. Unfortunately the fit through the seat is far too tight for my tastes - if you want more of a "euro" or jeans style fit might be fine.