BIG & TALL Work to Weekend Denim - Pleated
Change in cut
Pants were low cut rather than high rise, which had been the norm. This cause a fit problem. Crease was not a permanent crease as in the last 3 pairs I had purchased. I was very disappointed in my purchases.
January 12, 2015
The pants have great quality.
I Have been wearing these pants for many years. They are dress casual. Much nicer than regular jeans. I highly recommend these pants to any one that wants a comfortable and stylish pair of pants.
January 11, 2015
The pleated Work-to-Weekend denim pants have been my favorites for years and I normally buy 2-3 pair at a time. Having said that it pains me to say that I can no longer recommend the product. I have to agree with the previous reviewer that at some point recently the pants have been redesigned rather poorly. They do not seem to fit as well as they did in the past. I have specifically noticed that the pockets have been made much smaller and I can barely put my hands in them. It stands to reason that with a Big and Tall size the user would have fairly large hands. My smartphone also falls out when I sit down. I can't believe that decreasing the amount of pocket material could have saved the manufacturer any significant money. I've also noticed that the color is fading unevenly. In any case, if the pants are ever returned to their previous design I hope to be contacted so that I can once again stock up my closet. In the meantime I won't be recommending or purchasing this product.
December 1, 2014
haven't worn these jeans yet but i'm sure they will have the same quality as the other ones i have purchased. these are rther only jeans i buy
these are great jeans. they are the only jeans that I purchase
November 30, 2014
No room for my manhood
Couldn't zip up or I would hurt myself, otherwise The material was great 44x30
November 23, 2014
Fit is not the same as previous
Unfortunately, these jeans that I have enjoyed for years are no longer cut the same. They now have a very low/short rise and are nit suitable for a 72 yr old, portly man. They have always been in the past. I will now have to look elsewhere
October 30, 2014