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- 8050: 97% Cotton, 3% Lycra Spandex
- 8060: 96% Cotton, 4% Lycra Spandex
- Classic flat front, slim fit, tapered leg casual pants
- Cold machine wash separately
- Sits at the waist, zip fly and button closure, belt loops
- 2 side seam pockets, 2 back welt pockets
- Trendy cut and high quality stretch fabric allows great movement
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- Origin: China
- ASIN: B013HVZAB2
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 6, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
I ordered the pants in red and size 34
What I liked:
These pants look great on me and fit great. They are a bit long, but that's not a problem. Even though they are slim fit, I have great movement in them. They feel good.
What I didn't like:
The only negative is that they are a bit long, so they bunch a bit more than I like.
What I recommend:
Buy these pants.
I am 6ft, 180b, size 33waist, 40inch chest
With that context, I tried:
Match Men's Slim Tapered Casual, 32. Decent if you are lean. Quite inexpensive and lightweight, but not obviously "cheap." Despite the slight stretch, my rear is poppin'-- I'd recommend ordering slightly up, but I think a 34 won't work for me and wish Match made odd sizes. Someone called these relaxed fit...they are only relaxed relative to a skinny pant (perhaps super thin legs, bad item?). Low rise part is part of the current style, and I wonder if guys are ordering too big to try to pull these pants up above the hip. If you have a thinner rear, you should be fine (I mentioned ordering Asian brands to a Korean friend, and he made the point that Asian men are not typically known for derriers).
Match Men's Slim Tapered Stretchy, 34 (the 8060 with higher spandex). Unimpressive style. They seem to be high rise with a taper that makes the calf tight (they are fairly thick so they don't stretch as much as a 4% spandex often does). The high rise seems contrary to a tapered pant, unless you are a woman going for that "mom jean" style. I tried dropping them to my hip, but when you do that you tend to have your thighs caught up in the crotch area. Returned them.
Volcom Men's Frickin Modern Stretch Chino Pant, 32. Fit was fine--guided by the brand's website which you really should visit for measurements and see their other styles. A bit more formal cut compared to some as they are higher (a mid) rise and aren't tapered or very tight (they are skate pants?). Not a lot of stretch...and oddly, a bit scratchy. I kept them for work casual days.
Volcom Men's Kinney Pant, 32. Not great. It's like the maker couldn't decide on a style. Like an IPA with no hops, or a stout with no malt. These are stretch? Overpriced for this quality--I can buy these for less at any big box. Seem to be high rise...but grabbed my fellas when pulled up and my thighs couldn't separate when I tried to wear them lower. Might explain the mention of a belt. If a belt is a must to keep your pants up, then just get a potato sack.
Dickies Men's Regular Taper Stretch Twill 5-Pocket, 34 and 32. Awful. Bluntly, I assume these get by on their reputation among workers. I used to load UPS trucks, and we loved Dickies...but we were wearing thick canvas for function. These have almost zero stretch despite 2% spandex, shrank a lot, and are too thick for summer.
RVCA Men's Stay Pant, 32 and 33-. I really wanted to like them as many like this brand... I love a comfy 5 pocket (jean cut) pant. But look at the picture...the pant sits above the hip. If you want that look, cool. They had a slight taper. But minimal stretch.
RVCA Men's Daggers Twill Pant, 32. I was hopeful as they looked good. More low rise than the Stay Pant. But minimal stretch. I'd recommend trying them.
Prana Bronson, 32 and 33. These are pricier and not tapered, and part of what inspired my search for cheaper, better-fitting stretchy pants. But I have to say that if you like a mid rise and don't want taper, then try these. Very stretchy (though the khali were better than black) and decent style for work.
Of curious note, the attached washing instructions state: "In order to prevent the special effect (?) of this unique item from fading, we recommend washing only occasionally, using a mild laundry detergent. 1. Do not soak and do not bleach. 2. Always wash separately. 3. DRY IN THE SHADE and DO NOT TUMBLE DRY."
The green color is fantastic, by the way. The fabric is quite soft and comfortable with mild stretch in the waist. If they fit a little better around my butt, I'd wear them a lot more.
I took away 1 star because my pair had a couple small scuffs in the material at the bottom-front of one leg. I'm the kind of person who notices little particles on my pants and will brush or pick them off throughout the day. I tried to brush away what I thought was dust, but no, tiny scuffs that show as a lighter color. I've carefully filled them in with a pencil at this point, which hides them a little, but I know they are there. Was just a quick fix for today--suppose the pencil will come out in the wash, so will look for a more permanent solution. Bottomline: not something I should have to deal with.