Rated 4.5 out of 5áby 4
Rated 4 out of 5áby MRod Almost fatigue
I bought these for my boyfriend, they look great on him. The color is a little darker than you would expect and the legs are a little narrow to be an actual fatigue fit. He said if the legs were wider they would be as comfortable as pajamas... so as comfortable as marine fatigues or HBTs.
May 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5áby thegentlemanblogs excellent pants
i had been looking for something like these pants for a while and was having trouble finding something that wasn't too dressy looking. i'm planning to use them for a long backpacking trip around se asia. these will be perfect. they are definitely military inspired as another reviewer said. and the fabric is very soft. it feels perfectly worn in yet it also seems durable. the pants i ordered are definitely a bit more military green than they appeared on my computer screen which is great. they were shipped quickly too.
April 24, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5áby MinnesotaGopher Pants Great - Catalog Description Terrible
The washed fatigue pants are very comfortable, fit well and are going to be a great 3 season pair of casual slacks. They wash well and need just touch up ironing. They look great in spring/fall with medium weight shirt and in summer will be super with un-tucked in casual light weight short sleeve shirt. The problem? The catalog photo of the caramel colored pants looked like a light khaki color but when they arrived they were more bright orange. I returned them, really ugly color. I kept the pine bark color which is fine.
March 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5áby BostonAdventurer So Soft Yet Durable
These pants feel very military-inspired. They are very well made and the material is amazing: it is so soft that you almost feel like you're wearing sweats, yet the material feels strong and durable for hiking or whatever.
They have a button-fly and cool big back pockets with flaps. The front pockets are really roomy. They are a bit too casual for the office but perfect for the outdoors, weekends, and wherever!
March 9, 2012