Rated 3 out of 5 by HikerCraftsman LL Bean Customer
Every color of the khaki line is a shade of YELLOW, not Khaki. And unfortunately it looks like they are phasing out the only true Khaki color they have - Walnut. LL Bean tries too many shades of colors. I wish they would stick with a traditional dark Khaki that fades a little over time. I really like the Pathfinder Pants but the button is sometimes flimsy, I hike and work in them. Good pants, but the button needs to be stronger. I attempted to order pants on Xmas Eve and the pants were sold out. That is very disappointing. I would have thought they would have had enough pants until Xmas. I have owned over a dozen LL Bean pants over the years, not too mention sweaters, so I have been a loyal customer.....
December 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by golddoor906 good pants
good fit like waist would like to order pants but they don't have the color blue or indigo anymore i hope they make that color again soon.
December 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by bluedun Instead of jeans
Instead of buying more bluejeans, I've been ordering these for the cargo pockets (smart phone, multitool stash) and more comfortable fit on longer car trips. Also, the elastic waist is useful in winter when I layer up and tuck the shirts in on the cold mornings and evenings of our mellow Mediterranean climate. I buy them to size in the waist but add an inch in the length for shrinkage.
October 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Christopher50 Favorite item
This is my favorite cargo pant but it is not now available in my size which is 36" waist and 32" inseam length. Perhaps this the size that is most commonly sold out before I get to order it on the LLBean site. This has been in and out of stock over the past year(s) so like it is one thing - reordering my size is another. Can't really rave about something that is not available!
October 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PathfinderPantGuy BEST PANT EVER!!!
I first ordered this pant many years ago, maybe as much as 20-years ago. I wear these pants everyday. It is the best pant ever, but LL Bean in their infinite wisdom has decided to discontinue 36" inseams, which means that I will no longer have access to this pant. I need a 36" inseam, as I am sure many other folks do also. Please do not discontinue Tall or Long sizes. Having Tall & Long is a great point of differentiation from your competition. Specifics that made this pant the best ever are 4-things: Comfort Waist, up to 36" inseam, No Flap Velcro Closure rear & cargo pockets, and cargo pockets that are "in" the pant leg, rather than hanging on the outside. The last two points, No Flap Velcro Closure, and cargo pocket "in" the pant leg, are truly UNIQUE in the world of cargo pants. Wouldn't it make sense to stand apart from the competition and have a truly unique pant that would fit tall folks? Please reconsider the decision to discontinue Tall & Long sizes.
October 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Firestone Need them in black
This is my third pair. They would be the perfect work pants if I could get them in black.
September 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by poptrunk99 Excellent Pants!
I have ordered and worn these pants for about 15 years and have always been happy with them. I have found them to be very consistent in size, color, and quality. These are the only pants I can order in my regular size that always fit and are always the color shown. They are very durable and I have never had a quality issue after years of wear. I hope they never change, thanks LLBean!
August 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by CampIrene Length too short...
Like other reviewers, my normal 32" was too short. I purchased two pairs over a year ago and just kind of failed to realize how uncomfortably short they were until it was more or less too late to return them.
Additional pairs have all been at 34" inseam and dont make me look like I'm ready for flood waters.
July 28, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by iamlove These pants are ORANGE!!!!!!!!
The color is orange. Not beige. What a weird color.
July 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by LDP1 Need More Inseam Sizes
Nice pants, but they need odd-numbered inseam sizes in addition to the available even-numbered sizes. It doesn't make economic sense to buy longer pants, then pay a tailor to shorten them. Seems kind of obvious that half of potential customers would find value in odd-numbered inseam sizes. If one sizes rubs on the ground for you, two inches less inseam (the difference between the current inseam sizes) puts your pants in the "high-water" category. Neither choice is good.
July 6, 2014