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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 3 out of 5 by from Women's Painter Pants I am conflicted about these pants because I had such high hopes for them. The sizing is quite challenging as I took the advice to go up 2 sizes and was swimming in them. I bought another pair that was a size down and they were too tight. So I now have a pair that is too big and one that is too small. It also seems that the side pockets are a bit smaller than the men's version and the material is thinner.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfortable and wrinkle-free! I bought these for work and love the comfort and the fact that they are wrinkle-free right out of the dryer. The length is perfect and they don't have to be rolled at the cuff ( I am 5'7"). The lightweight fabric is great for summer.
Date published: 2017-07-20
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
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