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- 60% Cotton/40% Polyester
- Machine Wash
- Zip fly and button closure
- Five-pocket styling
- This flat-front pant offers a relaxed, straight fit and is crafted from recycled polyester.
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This haggar life khaki straight fit plain front rigid waistband chino pant has a great handfeel and is a cotton recycled polyester fabric.
Haggar LK Life Khaki Collection
LK Life Khaki: Life requires khakis.
LK Life Khaki captures and celebrates the spirit of classic casual cool—a new American tradition that you can count on to help you get through whatever situation life sends your way. Featuring sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics, and life-ready features, to give you a fresh take on true classics. LK Life Khaki crosses barriers by appealing to men of all ages and attitudes through style, performance, innovation, and quality. We take the mystery out of looking great, and make sure you put your best foot forward from the very start of your daily life adventure.
LK Life Khaki Relaxed Fit Chino
Throw on these relaxed fit chinos with just about anything, and you’re out the door. A relaxed fit that sits slightly below the waist and is relaxed through the hip and thigh. Regardless of where you are or what you are doing, you are as comfortable in these as your own skin. These innovative chinos combine classic comfort and styling with the earth-conscious, sustainable style of eco-friendly fibers and the added benefit of seven reclaimed bottles in every pair.
- Package Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0067USWK2
- Item model number: HC10249
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Honestly I only got these because the brand name reminded me of Haggar from street fighter. Was not disappointed. I can do many pile drivers in these pants. They are the softest nicest feeling pants I've had and put dockers to shame. They fit pretty slim, but in a good way. Keep up with your squats like Haggar and you'll look like a boss in these pants.
I've bought these exact pants in person at a local store and the 4 pair that I bought all fit well and the sizing between them was exact. I used that as the basis to order these online (even scanned the tag on one pair to find them on the Internet). Won't ever do that again!!
The material is very soft and it looks pretty good, but I'd have preferred 100% cotton. These have just enough polyester to slightly - just slightly - remind you of the microfiber pants of 15 years ago. Plus, on colder days, they do tend to grip your legs like polyester pants are prone to do.
The legs are definitely straight and they do fit very well over boots. In fact, they're just a little wider than I would like. I wear a pair of western work boots that have very wide shafts and these pants easily fit over them. I would prefer slightly narrower legs, but since it's about impossible to find khakis that fit over boots these days, I'll take these just as they are.
The most notable issue with these britches is the sizing. I typically wear a 34 waist for khakis and chinos, and sometimes I'll go up to a 36 if the sizing runs small or if I plan to wear long johns under the pants. I ordered a 34 waist in these, and they fit like a generous 36. I should have ordered a 32 waist. It's been 18 years since I purchased a pair of pants with a 32 waist, so I'm left to conclude one of two things: Either there is some real vanity sizing at work in these pants, OR Little Debbie Peanut Butter Creme Pies and Chocolate Ice Cream are about the become the cornerstones of the next fad diet. I would prefer the latter, but I suspect it's the former.