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- 100% Cotton
- Machine Wash
- Slim flat-front khaki pant featuring slant pockets at sides
- Jetted back pockets with embroidered logo above right
- Zip-fly with button closure
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Dockers Men's Slim Tapered Alpha Khaki Pants. The Dockers Slim Tapered Alpha Khaki Pants in Black Zip fly with button closure Solid colorway 5-pocket design Slim fit Slightly tapered leg 10" rise, 31" inseam Machine wash cold 100% cotton Imported By Dockers Model Stats Casey is wearing a size 32 x 32. Our model Casey is 6’2” tall with a 32” waist.
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004VQ9APK
- Item model number: 44715
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 9, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
Waist: For those with an athletic build or thicker legs, these pants will feel tight. However, keep in mind that these can stretch significantly if you want them to - up to one inch in the waist. I measure 32" at the waist, but when I first bought these at 32, they were way too tight. I returned them for 33" which fit very snugly (still a little too tight), but decided to see if they'd stretch out. They do in fact stretch out after wear and they now fit very comfortably. In retrospect 32" would probably fit me if I wore them long enough...In any case, buy these either true to size or 1" more in waist depending on how thick your legs are.
Leg: These pants fit wonderfully through the leg without venturing into skinny-jeans territory. The leg opening is perfect - a little more narrow than what you'd find in Levi's 501, but wide enough to wear with Oxfords/dress shoes.
Length: I would suggest purchasing 2" more in length as these pants are great for cuffing. The hem, unlike normal khakis, are relatively narrow (a little more than half an inch, just like the hem you would find in normal denim) which makes cuffing look good (I personally hate the really thick cuffing that you see in a lot of magazines but that's just me). There is little to no shrinkage in the length.Read more ›
-I really like the fit. I prefer slim-fitting, tapered pants, and Dockers seems to have hit the mark on this particular cut. I wear a 33x30 typically, and these are spot-on, with just the right leg openings at the bottom.
-Seem more durable/rugged than my other Dockers chinos. But the lighter color means I won't be changing my oil in these bad boys.
-Really comfortable, and if they "break in" as much as the advertisements suggest, I think they'll be a regular in my wardrobe.
-I still don't think they're a "jeans replacement." For work, their color means stains, etc., they're just not quite as rugged as jeans, and there's no other comparative advantage over tried-and-true denim. For fashion, they look a lot like normal chinos, so I can't see why I'd prefer them over jeans in a jeans-appropriate setting.
-The double-button waist is nice, but I'd prefer metal buttons and a button-fly on pants that are supposed to be this durable.
Amazon has them for less than Dockers.com, and I think they're well worth the $45. If you're skeptical, just wait for a sale: Dockers has them pretty frequently.
I have become my khakis, they became my synecdoche.
I am now the "khakis dude".
However, the areas I am not happy with are first, the material of the pants. The cotton used is rough and cheap feeling. Perhaps I can wash the pants several times to soften them up, but I don't think that would solve the problem. In the Alpha's actual retail price range (not Amazon price), I expected the material to be closer to something like a J.Crew style chino; soft and on the mid/heavy side of weight. In my opinion, the material on the Alphas is comparable to Old Navy khakis; rough and crinkly like a cotton tarp (not to be confused with the rough fabric on work pants like Dickies which will soften over time). When I wear the Alphas, the area behind the knees and around my lower thigh immediately create spiderweb-like creases. The material doesn't have much give if I squat down - I feel like my knees could rip through the fabric.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I already have a navy pair and shorts of the same style, both in the same waist size. Order these in the exactly the same, but they're smaller. Read morePublished 1 day ago by S. Goodship
These are some good pants. They seem to be of good quality and look great but they do fit a bit small on my thighs. The waist is fine but the legs not so much. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dhanraj
Dockers doesn't always do pants right but this style is one of my favorites. Holds up well if you are doing outside activities or have puppies with sharp nails.Published 4 days ago by Erskine
These are the best khakis I own, by far. After losing over 60 lbs. in the last year I've spent a fair amount of time replacing old clothes that no longer fit. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Derek M.
Excellent pants! I've been trying find pants that fit me for years. These are absolutely perfect. Material is excellent. Fit perfect. These are quality pants. Read morePublished 8 days ago by KEVIN C JHNES
Sits a little too low on the waist and a tiny bit less long than usual 30 32 alpha stretch khakis.Published 8 days ago by waqas