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- 77% Polyester / 23% Rayon
- Drawstring closure
- 4-Pocket yoga knit waistband
- Straight leg with fashion tie
- Front leg seaming with reverse cover stitching
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4-Pocket yoga knit waistband straight leg pant with fashion tie and front leg seaming with reverse cover stitching.
- Package Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07C3K3QPP
- Item model number: bc4276
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 11, 2016
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I hate when my scrubs ride up at the ankles when I sit down. To combat that, I buy scrub pants that are "long". I am 5'7 with long legs (versus a long torso and short legs). This makes a huge different for me personally. All of my scrub pants are "long" sizes, regardless of brand or style, and this works well.
Now, I love the Grey's Anatomy line (can't stand the show). They're soft, they hold up very well, and they're comfy. The price makes me wince, but you DO get what you pay for with this brand. I bought the 2 piece sets that run about $30 on Amazon many times (starts with a V?). They're a great bargain and fit okay, but if you need different sizes (like me) between the tops and bottoms, that isn't the best option, and frankly, they just DON'T hold up. These scrubs look new after many months, despite being washed weekly.
So, the different between the styles of pants is a big deal when it comes to the sizing. Here is what I've learned:
The Active yoga pant style runs somewhat large. This is because, true to yoga pants, they are stretchy. The waistband has a drawstring, but think of it like maternity waistbands. With other scrub styles, I wear a Small Tall. However, with the yoga pant style in THIS brand, X-Small Tall is where I get the perfect fit.
The 3-pocket low rise are also somewhat large in size small, and has some stretch, but I have not purchased XS-Tall in this style to confirm if it would fit better (I do not like 3 pocket styles so I probably won't purchase this style in a smaller size)
The 5-Pocket Cargo pants and Junior fit 4-pocket run true to size, for me, and Small Tall works best, since it has a lot less stretch.
The materials for the pant styles in this brand vary, so be conscientious of that.
Hope this helps!
Here's my assessment....
These are very form fitting in the caboose. They provide a posterior lifting and bubble effect (similar to whatever Miss Me Jeans to do the booty). Flattering, yes. But I'm not sure how I feel about having my butt looking so, uh.... "prominent" at work. I'm still contemplating this factor.
They're high waisted. As long as they stay up, they offer additional coverage in the event of bending over, which we all know is a necessary activity in health care. Eg: Plugging in an O2 concentrator into a power outlet.
If you don't have big hips, you may have to pull them up frequently. I have narrow hips (35") and waist in proportion to my butt, so I have to keep the drawstring really tight. I imagine they would stay up better on someone with broader hips.
There's multiple seams in the legs. Initially, this felt strange but I adapted. They softened up after washing with Downy fabric softener.
The inseam is slightly long. I'm 5'7 and they slightly drag without shoes. Personally, I prefer a longer leg and since I wear them with Nike Shox (which have a slight heal) or 2.5" Dansko boots in the winter, I find the length to be ideal.
Pockets: I like how there are 2 open back pockets. They're not a deep as I'm used to but they're big enough for me to stash alcohol wipes and a couple pens. The 2 front pockets are also less deep than I'm accustomed too. All of the pockets sit very close to the body.
Color: I bought these in Steel. They match perfectly with my Grey's Anatomy Mock Wrap Scrub atop with 2 Front Pockets. This is the ONLY top style I wear, so this factor was important to me. I assume the other colors, Eg: Indigo and Royal Blue, will coordinate as well.
Conclusion: I'll probably buy a few more. They're sorta adventurous looking and have a modern feel.
The only issue I have is with the seller. Marcus Uniforms sent me a "new" pair of white scrub pants. I know what these look like new, because I have them in another color for work (bought from another seller) but I got them in white for school. There is piling on the waist band and a pen mark on them. It's not a big enough flaw for me to return them, but the seller's honesty about the product is what bothers me. I'll attach the photo so that others can see what I'm talking about.