Overall: 4.0 / 5 based on 52 reviews
39 of 52 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Not good -
Really gnarly flannel. itchy and wrinkly. Sending it back for credit.
Hard to Find -
By: Flannel from MidAtlantic state
Cold Weather slacks are hard to find. These flannel slacks are perfect for day and evening wear and are warmer than any we could find elsewhere!
Grey Flannels -
I woke the trousers this weekend and they were stylish and extremely comfortable
rough material -
By: diamondrockfarm from Philadelphia, PA
The price is too high for such a rough wool pair of trousers. I would have to have them pressed at the cleaners to see if they will work.
Slacks with some relief -
By: Donricardo from Newtown Square, Pa
I am an in between waste size, so I always look for the comfort waste which allows for a more slender and tailored leg look than a larger waste size might . And, the cut and quality are an additional bonus for me.
Excellent light wool pants that FIT. -
By: HighRevs from Colorado
In the past I have had a good deal of trouble with Orvis pants - nominal waist size 38s usually were 40" or more. These size 36s are actually about 37" and fit my 38" waist perfectly. These are made from a relatively light wool flannel which is just right for most of the Denver area weathers.
The fabric did not seem to be good quality. But more importantly, the side pockets were sewn to the inside side seams in a way that the seams would not lay flat. Poor design = one returned pair of pants.
Great purchase -
By: Anon82 from Glasgow
Just to let you know how delighted I am with the purchase of my new flannel pants . They fit extremely well & are very comfortable. We'll done on producing such excellent trousers.
Great fit -
By: Hamlin12 from New York, NY
Very comfortable pants, well made, good material and a fine fit.
they are what they are -
By: Bubbeleh from Salt Lake City
Good price for a good pair of everyday slacks. The length is wrong, but it's easier to take them to a local tailor than to send them back. Somehow I didn't understand that "comfort waist" means those little adjustable belt things like on a pair of rental tuxedo pants. Oh, well.