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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Still undecided.. I recently bought 2 pair of these because my current pants have so much paint they could stand on their own and wanted to give them a try. I have only wore them twice and so far I am pleased with them. They seem lightweight but not cheap to the point that paint will seep through to your skin or to the point of being see-through. I would be the first in line to buy a pair that had double fronts however. From my experience they do not run nearly as small as what others have claimed. I ordered 2 sizes up as some had suggested and now have to send the unused pair back for an exchange.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't like Personally I hate these pants unfortunately I don't have a choice of anything else. The butt area makes it look like you're wearing a diaper and they run small in the waist but huge in the legs. They may be made for women but designed by men. I was wearing men painter pants before there is really no difference in fit. Seems like just a different tag. By the way... Painter shorts would be a great idea for women.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Do Dickie's Designers Paint? I didn't like the fit right out of the package, but I needed them, so I wore them to work. To be clear, the size was a good fit. But once I put on the pants, I remembered why a "sits slightly below the waist" painter's pant is a bad idea: A Painter, when not standing on a ladder or on the floor, often crouches, crawls and bends over. The fit and design of these pants leaves a huge gap in the center of the back/waist, emulating the Plumber's Crack view. It's the same way men's painter pants fit women: no tapered waist. As a woman working among mostly men, I can't tolerate that distraction. Taper the waist! Please! Add to that the more important distraction: A Painter carries many tools, using each pocket. This weighs the pants down, requiring many to wear a belt. The "sits below the waist" fit channels the belt right across the pelvis bones.... ouch!!!
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from mostly as expected I find it a little difficult to button it. also, for most women its going to be really long, but that's an easy fix unlike if it were too short. otherwise they're some good pairs of pants.
Date published: 2017-08-02
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