Rated 5 out of 5áby JHUmom College age son really likes them
Bought my son the Flannel Lined Khaki Jeans for Christmas. He attends college in Maryland. It's now the end of January and I just received this random text message from him: "These flannel lined khakis have been clutch the past couple weeks. Love them!" I guess that says it all. (although I had to look up "clutch", means necessary)
I bought my father the lined chinos, Dad really likes them too. My son preferred the khaki jeans.
January 28, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5áby JJJJM HUGE HUGE
Sizing in Thigh area and length was way off. Its for men with large thick thighs or men who like baggy jeans. I ordered 30" inseam . Its more like 34" inseam. Unfortunately returning.
January 22, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5áby Adrock Cold and Pantless
I consider myself easy to please in the pants department. Classic fit in most any reputable brand work fine for me, until today. It is cold out and I figured I would treat my bottom half to a nice pair of flannel lined jeans. They were warm for the 5 minutes I had them on but they were HUGE! I ordered the size I always order my pants in and this is the first time I have had a pair of classic fit jeans, not fit. The pants are at least 3 inches longer not in the leg but in the top part of the jeans. Laid side by side with all of my other multiple brand jeans and these looked huge. Very disappointed. I don't think I will be ordering any more giant clothes from here. With the $6.50 I now have to pay for a return I would have been better off selling my gift card I used to purchase these.
January 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 His friends are jealous!
I wasn't sure if he would like them or not. We don't have a lot of cold weather. Turns out they were a home run gift for hubby. He said they are very warm and very comfortable. They fit over his boots too - bonus! Now, I'm jealous! I wish Bean made these for women in a not so high waist style; which is very high if you're like me - very short.
January 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby CindyNJ A Winter Must Have!!!
Last year, I bought the flannel lined khakis for my dad and he told me how wonderful they were and how he wore them everyday to work in the winter and any time it was cold out.
That being said, I decided to buy my husband the flannel JEANS since he's not a khaki's guy... the 1st day he wore them he texted me how warm his legs were when he was walking the 9 city blocks from his car to work in freezing cold weather.
My advice to all... (1) order them early, they tend to sell out quickly especially the khakis (2) purchase more than 1!!! When it's cold out, and they're walking to work, waiting for the bus, waiting for the train, snow shoveling, or anything outdoors/indoors they will wear them... and they will be thankful they did.
January 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby FromVeraFL L.L. Bean is still The Best there is:-)
Just got a pair of lined jeans and a pair of lined chinos both were Great and the Customer Service is still The Best in the World, Peter & Sue were real pros, bar none !
January 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby GalenaNightfire Woman Who Loves "Men's" Fit
If you have slim hips, these men's jeans fit much better than
LL Bean's "Misses" jeans. I usually end up with extra material around the hips in jeans made for women. Men's jeans are perfect for larger waists and smaller hips. Plus the flannel lining is soft as a puppy! These are NOT the jeans to wear for vigorous exercise because once you sweat enough to get the flannel lining wet, you will get chilled. But they are great for wearing around the house and turning down the thermostat a few degrees.
December 22, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby KAllison Runs small- Must pay for returns
Jeans run one size small. Therefore, we had to pay $6.95 to get the right size. ;~(
November 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby JackSpratMichigan excellent
Perfect fit, not too warm for every day wear. I will end up with more of these.
November 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Mojoon A little more regarding my previous review:
Depending on whether I'm pushing away from the dinner table or pulling to it, I wear either a 35" waist or a 34" waist. I'm 5'8", so I have to have the 29" inseam "taken up" a touch. The 34" waist pants definitely look less baggy on me than the 35" waist pants. When I'm losing a little weight, because of their looser cut, these are the first 34" waist pants I can fit back into. So, if anyone buying these pants is "on the borderline" between waist sizes, if you can step down to the lower waist size, that definitely reduces the baggy look of these pants. Right now, I at that in-between stage where I can wear either waist size.
November 17, 2014