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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on May 17, 2014
Didn't last 6 months before they were noticeably deteriorating. Not sure if these were a fake or if IZOD's quality is going down hill fast!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 9, 2015
My husband loves these pants and I'm always looking for new colors for him. The colors are darker in person. Stone appears almost white in the picture but it's light khaki. Dusty Gravel is light brown. Cedar Wood Khaki is right in between. All great colors. My husband wanted to keep all three for variety and because of the great price. The Izod Saltwater pants wash very well and there is barely any shrinkage. I wash them on a permanent press or delicate cycle, warm water, and throw them in the dryer - very little maintenance. I'm taking a star off because it's hit or miss with the quality. I ordered 4 pants and had to return 2 of them due to construction quality - basically stitching defects. The replacements were much better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 19, 2013
Bought 2, will probably come back for more.

5'7 142 pounds - 31 waist, 30 inseam. Fits perfect for me. Slimmer fit but not an actual slim fit.

Seams are good, material appears reasonably durable for a chino/khaki. Doesn't seem to wrinkle too bad or attract fibers from other clothes during the wash.

The "stone" isn't as bright as the blinding white pictured. It's a bit more subtle but that may be the picture's white background, white shirt, and white shoes (Seriously?)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 7, 2014
They fit really well. I think there's some sort of conspiracy against people who wear 32x34 pants. They simply don't stock that narrow and tall of pants in the stores. And I sure with this came in more colors. I want a pair of black. But these are very nice, even if selection is limited.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 28, 2014
My husband wears a 32-29 pant and they are very hard to find! Amazon came thru with this brand. The fit is very good for the man who prefers a slimmer fit that is comfortable. The colors are very nice and the pants appear very well made.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 23, 2013
I got these for work, price was slightly less than Dockers. construction and stitching is good, the cut is straight and fabric looks sturdy, should last a long time. not so good on style, but okay. I would buy them again. fits true to size, color is as is in the picture (maybe slightly darker)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 18, 2013
I chose this rating because for a change I have found a pair of pants that are not skin tight. Most manufacturers seem to think that
all men have skinny legs. Also these tight pants cannot be ironed to hold a crease. My Izod pants look neat, are comfortable to wear. I wish more companies would follow suit
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on August 7, 2014
Styling: Mid rise, inch below belly button. The chinos have slanted side pockets and they will flare up at the side when you are walking - not elegant and adds the appearance of heft to your waist. Neutrally colored buttons

Sizing/ Fit: More of a relaxed fit than a straight fit (at least 1.5 inches of extra fabric at the calf) - get your seamstress ready to taper this down. Waist is truer to fit than most other chinos, with only a little bit of vanity bias (fits slightly larger than expected, but not obscenely larger)

Features: There isn't a coin/key pocket which may be a deal breaker for some. Buttoned back pockets.

Workmanship/Quality: Made in Bangladesh - stitching is uneven, hems are messy and poorly finished, internal lockstitch doubles over both ends of the out-seam - a cost saving move. Chino cloth lies towards the summery side of the spectrum (less dense) but is smooth. The Stone color has quite a lot of brown inside.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2014
I am not sure if this is the brand (it is not shown on the garment), but the picture is similar. It is an Izod cotton garment.

There was a time (30 or so years ago) when the Izod alligator meant an upscale brand; now "Izod" is simply a label on offshore-made trash. In other words, you can probably get the same thing in Wal-Mart, minus the alligator and/or brand name, for half the price. This one did not even come with the alligator. The cuffs began to fray apart, and a tear developed in the crotch.

This is not the first bad experience I had with Izod pants. One I bought several years ago split apart at the crotch (fortunately not while I was in public). It is clear that the material is flimsy and low-quality. I would not buy another.
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on September 30, 2014
These are good pants, and I got them at a good price. They are normal chino weight--not the heavier weight of those I bought from Costco, which were the same brand, size, appearance, and ID numbers. Apparently these popular pants are made in multiple places under multiple contracts, and the materials vary. Forget about using the RN number for reordering. It is useless to the consumer because the same number is used on many different products--and not only pants! I naively thought I would get the same thing I had bought before, but it was not so. The IZOD brand is good, but quality does vary some over time and place.
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