Don't put valuables in front pockets
Reviewed by Paleoman from NE California high desert on Sunday, March 24, 2013
I couldn't imagine a worse front pocket design internally. It is very shallow and the bottom angled just perfectly to dump pocket knives, keys, flashdrives, etc. out when seated in a vehicle or chair. After retrieving items dumped into upholstery and cars repeatedly, I am retiring these pants before I lose something expensive or critical permanently. A few others have complained of this also. It is a shame, because they are otherwise very well made, fit well and look good. It would have been very easy to design the front pockets internally so that they are deep enough and with the right angles to retain valuables. As it is, they virtually funnel valuables out of the too shallow interior.
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