Rated 2 out of 5Â by Angsu Watch colors
Had these in my hand in the store but the place looked like a bomb went off and it would have taken me all day to find the correct size. Employee helped me order online from store. Pants in my hand had no color indicated anywhere on tags or on labels in pants. Had to guess. They were gray. They looked like the online version called "Crompton Navy". But who is going to order a pair of navy pants when they want gray? So we both decided that maybe the Black Metal color would be the right on because metal color is usually gray. They got here today...jet black. Guess Crompton Navy was the one I wanted. Gotta do a return now. What a hassle. Careful how you name those colors!!
Rated 3 out of 5Â by psman hate the coin pocket that traps keys
pants fit odd...run long and loose fitting in seat.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Allioope Allioope
I purchased these pants for my 88 yr. old dad and he was thrilled. He loves the little bit of stretch, and let's face it, who has time to iron. Dad lives in an assisted living manor and his cleaning lady thanked me greatly--she washes and irons his clothes.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by WineFox Great Uniform Pants
I'm a woman and I wear these pants in Black Metal as part of my uniform. With the flat front cut, you can't really tell that they're men's pants.
I love the deep pockets. Women's pants almost never have enough room in the pocketsâand women's pants are never as durable as men's.
The fabric is soft, they wash well and don't require any ironing. Also, lint and pet hair tends to not stick to themâyou can easily brush things off with your hand.
My only gripe is that they don't last for more than a year. I have three pairs that I alternate and wear every day at work. I have to replace them every year because I have a physically active job, so I wear holes in the thighs.
Still, they're the only pants I want to wear at work because they're comfortable and they look sharp with no fuss.