Rated 2.9 out of 5Â by 18
Rated 2 out of 5Â by telafriend The good and the bad
I like these pants for several reasons. First is the material, it is soft, stretches as needed, and doesn't pill. Second, the pants fit well and wear well. I've have a couple of pair that I've had for years and they are still in good shape.
What I don't like about the pants it that they are too long and have to be hemmed whenever I buy new ones. The other issue I have is the lack of color options. I'd like to see olive, red, shades of blue, teal, khaki, and camel along with the black, grey, navy, and chocolate that is offered.
September 9, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5Â by msgracie Full Cut and Very Long
I normally don't wear petite length in pants (I'm 5'4") , especially knit but based on the reviews, the average length seemed to be consistently long. So I ordered all four pair in the size I normally wear-2X, only in the petite length. The petites are several inches too long. I also could have ordered down a size-1X. The pants are a full cut with a generous waist, although the photo gives the appearance that they are tapered. Too bad on both accounts because the material is a nice in-between knit.
October 2, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5Â by NotThatShort Petite -- NOT!
I don't know who they're making these so-called petites for. I'm 5'4", and the pants legs are dragging on the floor. The price is a decent buy, but not if you have to spend additional money to hack off and hem a couple of inches from the pants legs. Very disappointed.
January 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by MissMolly Casual wear--comfortable
I have several of these pants which I wear almost everyday. They are far more comfortable than jeans. When new I might wear them out to do a few quick errands, but after they start to fade out a bit I wear them only around the home for working around the house, watching TV, etc,.
Yes, they are too long, I'm 5'0" tall. It's an easy fix. Always wash before hemming. Turn up the hem and do a quick whip stitch--takes about 15 minutes to do both legs. If you aren't handy with a needle purchase some iron-on hem tape. The pants can easily be turned up, hemmed and if you follow the instructions will stay hemmed forever. Too much shrinkage--cut off and hem for crop pants or even shorts for hot weather.
June 16, 2012