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should come with an ironing board
on October 29, 2014
I initially liked how these looked, but I have since discovered these pants require much more maintenance than they should for an "off the clock" look. Dockers used the most wrinkly fabric I have ever seen. Wrinkles set almost instantly upon resting, and even hot out of the dryer these pants will show creases. The "flat front" design is adding its own permanent crease with each washing. The cut also causes the legs to bunch up easily, making it nearly impossible to put on a hanger without having to iron it all over again.
The fabric dyes also appears to have little durability, as there is discoloration building on the peak of each wrinkle after less than a month. I have the New British Khaki Bedford Corduroy color and there are MANY little white lines showing where bends used to be. In another month I think these pants will be more white than Khaki.
I hate these pants now and I would donate them to a shelter, but frankly no homeless man is going to have an iron hot enough to deal with this. Do yourself a favor and buy a different pair of pants.