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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
on April 9, 2012
I own one pair of each of the Docker D4-line of khakis, and the "Signature Khaki D4 Relaxed Fit" is by far the least "relaxed"!

Everything about the Signature Khaki runs small... The waist is at least one-size too small, all the leg room is significantly less than with other khakis in the D4-line.

I highly recommend steering clear of these khakis!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on January 20, 2015
Everyone’s fit will be different with each pair of pants; there are too many body shapes for everyone to have a perfect fit. With that said, I have found that one pair of Dockers D4 will fit great, while another color (or the same color purchased at a different time) will not fit quite right. Thankfully, Amazon offer’s free returns on many of these items. I’m a bigger guy (6’4”, 250 lbs), and these pants fit comfortably (I don’t find them to be tight anywhere when I wear them, if they were I’d return them).

My primary complaint is with the quality of the fabric and stitching used in the Dockers Signature pants. I purchased 5 pairs of pants a little over one year ago. I am happy with the cut and comfort, but one pair had a seam come loose, and two others the fabric ripped (could not be fixed, in the photos you can see that the seam is in tact, but the fabric has ripped). All 3 defects have been with the seam in the seat of the pants. My job requires me to sit for long periods, and that may be a contributing factor, but when you figure how many times I’ve worn these pants over the course of a year, to have such catastrophic failures seems ridiculous. For instance, I have about 8 pairs of pants that I rotate between wash and wear. So if I wore each pair an average of less than once per week (about 10 hours each time, mostly sitting), that would be approximately 30-40 uses since I’ve purchased them, and now two are in the trash. Additionally, the fabric along the edges of the front pockets, and where I occasionally have my wallet in my back pocket, show substantial wear. I have other pants that are 4-5 years old (not Dockers) and still look great. Perhaps the trade-off is comfort for durability, but I wish there were a better balance. Should a pair of pants only last one year? Seems a little short to me.

I’ll probably continue to buy Dockers pants because I do like how they look, feel, and fit, but at this time I can’t give them a very high rating due to their lack of durability (compared to other pants I own).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on March 29, 2013
I bought a D4 style, and even if it came marked as D4, it was a D2, as per its characteristics and tab inside. Color, size was as purchased. I kept the pant because it fitted well and I love Dockers. I miss however, the elastic band of the D4.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on May 27, 2014
My husband's inseam is only 27" so I really wish we could purchase them that length but the only thing we can do is cut them off and hem them shorter which is a lot of work and may not look as professional as they should....some companies used to let you order by waist size and they would alter the length for you. Otherwise we really like the Dockers.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 23, 2014
I have to wear khaki's, shirt and tie for work, so I live in these type of pants. The biggest problem with Dockers is their very inconsistent sizing. I have several pairs of D4 relaxed fit pants, they are all 33Wx32L and to a pair they all fit slightly different. Some have the hook closure, which IMO presents a neater, flatter appearance than a button. Some have the button, some fit perfect, some are way too small. Some ride high on your waist, some ride low. Some shrink a lot, some not at all. I just bought three pair for work, they all have the button (not as advertised) and all fit like classic fit, kind of tight, not relaxed. So who exactly is in charge of the quality control at Dockers? The ones that fit right are perfect, and frankly the only reason I come back to Dockers is that when they are, what they say they are (about 1/4 the time, at best) they are great. Neat, durable and comfortable. However this is a 100% hit or miss thing with Dockers. My guess is that they are made in several different Asian countries and the inspection process is different in each one. 2 stars for this group of three, as they all fit on the small side and have the bottom not the hook.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on June 23, 2014
The pants pictured and the description did NOT match the pants that we received. The pants I ordered were supposed to be dressy and have an inside button along with a hook and eye closure. The pants I received were the plain, casual Docker pants with a one button closure. I was very angry and disappointed. I ordered these pants for my husband, and he needed them for work. I had to ship them back to amazon and rush around to find a different brand and style of pants for him to wear. When I called Amazon customer service, the representative acted as though this issue was my fault. He said that if I had read the reviews, I would have seen that other customers had similar complaints. Therefore,I shouldn't have ordered the pants. How about this? How about Amazon needs to put the correct description along with the correct picture on the products they sell. Where I come from, we consider this situation to be false advertising. The customer is the victim in this case, not the perpetrator.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 10, 2014
I had purchase two pairs of these pants and within 4 months both pairs have ripped in the crotch area. I have never had pants ever rip like this before! So I have chosen to never buy Dockers pants from Amazon again, as the durability is none to be found.I have other dockers purchase from J.C. Penny's and after several years of wearing, they are still holding up well. So I don't know why these have not. Second hand material? who knows.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 19, 2014
After a few months, these pants wore through the crotch. But worse than that, after only a few washings the fabric of the waistband and belt loops wore through, showing the white batting underneath. I have had Dockers many times over the years, and have always been happy with them, until now. I suspect that Dockers on Amazon aren't the same as Docker from JCPenney or Men's Wearhouse.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on October 29, 2014
I have purchased many pairs of the Signature D4 relaxed fit khakis. My latest two pairs have lasted the longest. The seats of two previous pairs blew out on me...literally. Once was while getting into my car, so I just went inside and changed pants. The second time, however, was at work. A person walked up to me and said, "I think something happened to your pants." Suffice to say that I had a new vent. The worst part was that I didn't even feel or notice it happen.

My latest pant purchase was the Jos A Bank cotton twill casual pants. The material feels quite a bit thicker and the leg openings are smaller while still supporting my larger thighs. I purchased a 33-inch length and brought them to a tailor for a slight hem. All of my Signature D4's are 32-inch length. When coupled with their 20-inch diameter leg opening, this causes them to look a little unkempt. I plan to tailor the D4's soon, so hopeful that salvages them for a few more months.
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19 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on February 21, 2013
Exactly what I wanted! Why is it that retailers seeingly refuse to believe there are MILLIONS of men out there needing 28-29" inseams???? I am not overweight or disfigured... just "mature" and from a generation that didn't grow a lot taller than 6'. Wake up KMart, WalMart, Sears, Kohls, Macys, and all the other mindless outlets with 25-yr old female buyers. If I were Donald Trump, you'd get fired!
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