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- 98% Cotton, 2% Elastane
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- Introducing Stretch for Performance: Made for Motion. Gives Where You Need It. Holds Its Shape
- Slim pant with slightly tapered legs featuring slanted side pockets and welted back pockets
- Embroidered logo at back hip
- Zip fly with button closure
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|Alpha Khaki Slim Tapered fit||Signature Khaki Slim Tapered fit||Easy Khaki Stretch Slim Tapered fit||Signature Khaki Slim Fit||Washed Khaki Slim fit|
|Fabrication||98% Cotton/ 2% Elastane||98% Cotton/ 2% Elastane (twill)||64% Cotton 34% Polyester 2% Elastane||98% Cotton / 2% Elastane (twill)||98% Cotton / 2% Elastane (twill)|
|Stretch / Non Stretch||Stretch||Stretch for Performance||Stretch||Stretch for Performance||Stretch|
|Waistband||Set on waistband construction||Individual Fit Waistband||All motion comfort waistband||Individual Fit Waistband||Set on Waistband|
|Pocket Styling||Curve slant front pocket with single needle top stitch, Front patch coin pocket, Double welt back pockets||Double welt button through back pockets||Single welt button through back pockets||Double welt button through back pockets||Single welt back pockets with button through on the wearer's right|
|Features & Benefits||Durable Construction Details||Permanent Crease, Superior No Wrinkles Color that lasts||No Wrinkles||Permanent Crease, Superior No Wrinkles, Color that lasts||Super Soft Hand|
Dockers Size Chart and Fit Guide Your exhaustive search for the perfect pants is over. The Dockers Alpha Khaki is the first and last choice for lasting style. Crafted from a durable cotton twill fabric. Pant sits low on the waist with a slim, slightly tapered leg. Added stretch for increased comfort and performance. Heavier stitching and reinforced seams for years of wear.
- Package Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01268XYII
- Item model number: 44715
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 11, 2013
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I am always on the lookout for a good pair of khaki pants because I wear them a lot for work. But, I am also somewhat style conscience. I really don't like wearing pleated pants anymore. Flat front pants are more "in" it seems and the more slim the better. These new pants are very stylish and slim but also very durable. The fabric seems to be very tough in a good way. I am sure they will soften a bit after a few washes. What makes these pants so great is that fit very slim but they also stretch. So even-though they feel a bit tight they allow you to move freely. They pass the "squat" test very well.
Note: the color of these pants are a bit darker than what they appear in the pictures. So, be warned, that if you absolutely want the color in the picture, you may be disappointed. I love color just fine.
WHAT I WANT:
I'm a college student with decent fashion taste, and I like to wear clothes that a) last, b) look good c) are cheap relative to the quality. These pants blow all of these requirements out of the water.
WHEN TO WEAR:
These pants are great for very casual, casual, somewhat casual, space travel, and business casual settings.Basically, always. I wear them to class, to work in an office, and to parties of all types.
I am 5'11" and 165lbs; I wear a 31x32. I have three pairs of these that I rotate in my outfit lineup: two navy blue (Pembroke) pairs and one black pair. The fit is just slim enough to be flattering, but by no means skinny. Whereas the normal Alpha Khaki is a little loose for a slim guy like me (though I do have three pairs or those too), this Slim Tapered Alpha Khaki is perfect. It is a little roomy in the thigh, close-but-comfortable in the seat, and tapered going into the calf and ankle for a perfect pair with any shoe (except maybe long-toe dress shoes).
WHAT I WEAR THEM WITH:
I mostly wear them with Clark's Desert Boots, Wolverine 1000 Mile Montague Chelsea boots, and Vans Originals; the ankle opening works very well with all of them. As far as shirts, I usually wear either light blue or white slim-but-comfortable OCBDs. Sometimes I wear hats, but that is irrelevant.
The fabric is good for both warm-but-not-too-warm and cold weather. I'd say anywhere in a range from Arctic Snowstorm to Sunny Late-Spring Day. It is very forgiving of movement due to the stretchiness and breathes well. No sweaty legs for you.
Overall, these pants are simply the best pants ever created, bar none. Do yourself a favor and buy them.
At some point over the next few years, as chinos grew in popularity and Levi's purchased Dockers, they began making them more dressy and with lighter fabrics. The chino went from a rugged pant that was a step up from jeans, to a super casual option for business. They went from a pant mostly worn by younger men, to a pant mostly worn by older men.
Why am I telling you this? Because the Dockers Alpha pant is more like the original Dockers chino, that was more rugged and casual than what we now associate with the chino pant. The Dockers Signature is the culmination of what the chino has become - i.e. lighter biz-casual pants made for older men, who may want to iron a crease down the middle of the leg. In contrast, the Dockers Alpha is the pant you want to wear with boots, while foraging through the forest or anything that requires outdoor activity.
Nothing against biz-casual wear, but the dressy chino is just so mundane. I love the Dockers Alpha and I find it shameful that the clothing industry has, for the most part, turned the chino into a dressy pant. Hopefully Dockers will continue making the Alpha forever and offer new fits when necessary. I've always preferred rugged chinos and always will, so while I might change my preference on the fit, it's unlikely that I'll ever prefer a more dressy chino.