Rated 5 out of 5Â by Flannelman Great Slacks
I bought Dockers for years until the quality began to degrade. They don't fit the same or last. I switched to Lee's and typically buy the pleated slacks. I'm very happy with them. I wear them daily to work and find them comfortable and durable. They fit great and look good. They also go well when wearing a coat and tie.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Econguy Great for muscular legs
If you're built like a football player, these pants are cut for you. Most khakis squeeze a muscular man too much in the behind, and tend to have wide legs at the bottom which serve to make a muscularly built man look shorter. These khakis, in addition to being a great, sturdy value, accommodate a muscular behind and legs, yet are nicely tapered at the bottom of the legs while allowing enough room for big calves.
Having tried just about every brand of casual pants at nearly all price points, I keep coming back to these simple, inexpensive, yet well made Lee Performance khakis.
Thank you Lee for considering the bigger guys. Very few other manufacturers do.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Mall.less.in.the.mountains Denim seems to be very low quality
I keep buying these stonewashed denim jeans two pairs at the time because my husband has loved this pleated front style from the old days when Dockers made them...very well I must say. Sadly, the seams on the Lee version shred after being worn only a few times. If Dockers doesn't bring them back soon, it may be cheaper to have them tailor made.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by NavyBlueMan Don't know what went wrong
I work retail and am required to wear black pants to work each day. So imagine my horror when I order 6 pairs of black pants on black friday and receive 6 pants that are labeled black but are actually navy blue. I thought that perhaps I was just looking at them in a weird light and that once I wore them in my stores more natural lighting I wouldn't even notice it. However, I got to work and realized it was even worse. To make matters worse I ran into the CFO who I've never even met before and he called me out on it. Thanks Kohls for this truly ridiculous experience.