When it comes to pants, comfort is king. That's why these easygoing cargos feature a loose fit, soft but strong twill and pockets with plenty of room so you can travel light.
cargo pant - reviews
Great pant for everyday wear These ... really comfortable. Soft, but they wear very well. The ... pocket is roomy and much appreciated when carrying gloves or a nextel for work. They are quite versatile, suitable for anything from a nice dinner out to helping a friend build a carport. I wear them nearly every day. I am 6'5" and find the inseam to be perfect as is on the "tall" pant.
Mistake on last review Sorry, the review and ratings given earlier for this item was meant for the other ordered item, the belted cargo pants so please use those previous ratings and review for that other order and use the above (satisfied) ratings for this pair of loose fit cargo pants.With hindsight, having now received both pairs of cargo pants I should have ordered two different color pairs of these loose fit cargo pants and non of the belted cargo pants.Many thanks, Paul Tivers
These ... pant met a need I had for casual slacks for Fridays at work. A little tight around the waist and in the crotch area but overall great ...
Pretty Good for the Money Not bad for the money. They are not quite as heavy of cotton as the ones in ON stores. When I dry them after wash, they dry quicker than my other cargo pants from ON store. The cargo pockets are not as deep. I prefer the ON store pants that are labeled in the waistband "loose cargo". They are a higher rise than the ON store "loose cargo". These are not quite as well made in my opinion. Still, a good buy at[$] a pair, but I will stick to the store item which I prefer.
good fit, pockets too small I like the fit of these cargo pants. I have very thick(24 inch) quads and shopping for pants is a real pain as slim or regular fit pants are way too tight in the legs. I bought 2 pairs. The only negative is the front pockets are really small and anything in them will fall out when sitting in a car. So i put everything in the cargo pockets. I like cargo pockets for my wallet as I don't like to put things in my back pockets. Oddly i had a very hard time shopping to find some loose fit cargo pants and these seemed to be the only ones I can find online, any others are slim or straight leg.
Great fit! I ordered a pair of these cargo pants for work. I carry a wallet, a cell phone, keys, pocket knife, etc that always have a home when I wear cargo shorts, but not so much when I wear either jeans or slacks. So I bought a pair of of these to try out, never having had cargo pants before. They fit great, all my stuff goes into different pockets, and they look good enough to wear to work. They fit better than jeans on me, and they did not shrink when my wife washed them. I was so impressed I ordered 2 more in different colors.
Not the same as the loose ... store! Not what I expected. They tag on the inside of the pants say ... Old Navy Favorite Khakis." The one's from the store say "Loose ... My husband tried them on and said they were tighter in the tights(he's a cyclist/runner) but overall they were a good fit. He mostly wears them for work, but I'm still thinking of taking these to the store and exchanging them for some real Loose ...
[*] O.N. Contractors Skimping on Materials I had purchsed 2 pairs of O.N. ... few years ago. Wore them till the pant cuffs frayed. Loved'em. So, I went to the local Old Navy store to find my size again (32 x 36). Either they weren't stocking these sizes anymore on store shelves, or they'd been sold out. So I just ordered the ... wanted off their website. When they arrived I tried them on. The pant cuffs fell just above my shoes when standing and when I crossed my legs they went half way up my calf. Suspecting they weren't like the ones I was trying to replace, I layed them down on my bed over my old pair. Indeed, they were just over an inch shorter than my old pair, even though they were both labeled 32 x 36. I called customer support and told them they had a problem on there hands. The [*] contractor they had chosen to build these ... them was skimping on materials to cut corners and save money. I told them, "When will corporate America learn that 'you get what you pay for!' this applies to manufacturing as well." They are mailing me a replacement pair. I told them I'll see if they fit, but if they both come from the same factory [*], they'll also be short again. Old Navy is risking losing their tall customers by not watching their product standards more carefully. If I get another pair of short 36" ... I'll have no problem paying more for a pair of ... actually measure what it says on the label at [@].
where have the pockets gone? Now you went and did it! Why did you get rid of the big cargo pockets? The new style has a restricted pocket size, eliminating the whole reason to buy these cargo pants. If you do not go back to the old style, I will be looking for a new supplier of ... pants.
NOT LOOSE, extremely annoyed These cargo pants suck, they are not loose at all. It says "boot cut" but its either straight leg or tapered, either way there terrible. I don't know what happened to the cargo pants, guess their following the skinny pants craze. The pockets are really shallow too, guess they made cutbacks on costs... Wish they would bring back actually loose cargo pants. Like if you agree
Needs security zipper pocket behind right front pocket I was disappointed when I got these in the mail. Since, my current ... Express X2 ... which are no longer made. But, I found out [@] gives a lifetime return policy [...] and sell: Columbia Men's Bug Shield Pant. They're $75 but again you can't go wrong since they have the zip closed security pocket.