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Dockers Men's Signature Khaki Big and Tall Pleated Pant
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- 100% Cotton
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- Pleated pant with permanent crease featuring slanted side pockets and expandable waistband
- Back button-through jetted pockets
- Zip fly with button
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Dockers men's big and tall signature khaki d3 classic fit pleated pant
Signature Khaki Pleated Pant with Modern Comfort Waistband
- Package Dimensions: 15 x 13 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0030DFCT8
- Item model number: 41850
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 15, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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after a month of only wearing them on Sundays then washing them I bent over (and no they weren't tight at all) the rear tore apart, not the stitching mind you the material tore like a paper towel, incredibly bad material.
Of four pairs that I purchased two pairs were unwearable after the first use.
I have several pairs of Dockers that I have worn for more than ten years and don't recall ever having a seam failure. I have experienced a belt loop tearing out, but this was after many years of normal wear.
I ordered these items from my Amazon order history as direct replacements of those received from earlier orders
The problems with the new pants occurred the first or second time I wore them. One pair these new pants have ripped out at the seam and the other ripped from the waist line to the back of the knee away from any seams.
I don't believe that the pants I received were made by Dockers even though they had the Docker labels.
Very strange, but I thought I must have rubbed or gotten caught on something sharp unawares. A female colleague alerted me to my semi naked condition.
Went home early that day and tossed the pair in the garbage. The fabric appears strong and the product looks well made. The tear was not at any seam.
Tried the second pair on the next day and it made it for 2 days, then almost the same thing happened, but a longer tear... this time starting again from the rear waistband, but diagonally down towards the left leg and knee. Didn't involve any seams as with the other pair. And this time I know with certainty that nothing sharp had touched me... it is a flaw in the fabric. I am not certain if it was made with the bias running the wrong direction, if it had been weakened during manufacture with strong chemicals or what. But these pants are a total waste of money and your time. I just checked and the period to return them has expired. I did through out the first pair. 1 star because I have to... but avoid this rip off. I have many other pairs of Dockers that are years old... something has changed or just really bad luck on my part with this purchase.
- The fabric of these pants is very thin. I could pick them out from among my other chinos, blindfolded, because they are so flimsy.
- They are also cut rather thin, and I am not comfortable wearing them. I order my standard size from other online retailers such as Jos Banks, LLBean, ... And always get the fit that I expect. Not so with these pants. I should have ordered a size up in order for them to fit properly.
- My last criticism is with regard to the crease. After the first washing it completely disappeared. Instead of slacks I am wearing scrub pants.
My advice is to stay away from these pants.
Firstly, the fabric is astoundingly thin--so thin it actually came apart the third time I wore them (and before any washings at all). Please note that I don't mean that I split a seam--the fabric actually just came apart at the front of the thigh (a fairly embarrassing place to suddenly have a large rip in your pants. I have never experienced that before, let alone after three days.
The fit is also uncomfortable, but given that they aren't going to last a week it doesn't much matter.
I cannot believe that Levi's would trash a brand like they have done with Dockers.