Rated 2 out of 5Â by Pickyfit Not a good confortable fit
I remember Haggar pants from years ago: I have some at least from the 90's and they fit great. The Work to Weekend pants I just bought have unfinished seams; the seams are just briught together and sewn up. Poor quality. Cheap!! And the confort waistband is ok if one likes lumps around their waist band. Poor quality. Pant patterns changed several years ago from what they are now so nothing is cut to have a good confortable fit. You end up with all this extra material in your lap when you sit down and it serves no purpose other than to creat many winkles. I guess all manufactures found a way to save money and that over-rides consumer confort.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by neffig Still a great product
The button issue seems to have continued for way too long. The new buttons have straight sides and back and therefore do not slip through the button hole easily. The same size button with a rounded back edge fits easily. It's time for Haggar to order a new supply of buttons. That should be the cheapest solution for the future.and improve the reviews. The button hole size is okay with the proper button.
Quality seems to be a little less finished than the Mexico product., but continues to be a good sturdy product.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by juttgirl I love the look & quality
My husband feels great wearing these pants. The look is a little dressier than regular jeans and the fit is perfect. We both are highly satisfied with this purchase.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Ducky very disappointing, Haggar is not what it used to be.
The zipper and the button holes are not up to Haggar's former standards. I ordered 2 pairs 44w with 30 inch length. One was a few inches too long and the other was way too long (mislabeled perhaps?). I won't be purchasing Haggar again.