All this, plus Orvis Khakis are competitively priced with other khakis that just don't stack up. Now, that's the ultimate. In khaki, field khaki. Pure cotton. Washable.
Even waist sizes 32-42, 33, 35. Finished up to 35" or 34" with turn-ups, at no extra charge.
Overall: 4.6 / 5 based on 302 reviews
278 of 302 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
By: Mzen from Jacksonville. AL
This is about the third time I have purchased these pants. For some reason the button holes are very tight. I have all ready had to sew the waist butt back on one pair. The cloth is a different weight. They seem to wrinkle less.
fine pair of pants -
By: tswelding from Centre,AL
I feel that's the pants I ordered is very well made
Truly Ultimate -
By: Doblerq2 from Towson, Maryland
Well made and slightly brushed material. Fits well and size is accurate for me as same size as all my dress pants.
Great Pants -
By: BobinChicago from Chicago USA
Great pants , true Orvis high quality . Look gook too , have gotten compliments about them
Quality at its best -
By: Jwillie from Boulder, CO
These are some of the best made pants I have ever owned. The quality and durability are second to none. They have outlasted every other brand of pants/slacks on my clothes rack.
truth in advertising -
By: fraser1 from lincoln, nebraska
replenished supply I purchased one of each color. they will last for a long time and will be worn for the office, mass and out for the evening. I like the multiple colors that are available which most companies do not provide thanks
an exellent purchase -
By: 1914dd from WAKEFIELD
THE TROUSERS ARE OF AN EXELLENT QUALITY AND ARE DELIVERED WITHIN A REASONABLE TIMEFRAME,AND WERE A VERY GOOD PRICE.
Excellent Trousers -
Great fit, excellent quality! Ordered 2 more pair!
By: Fourteener from Denver, CO
With most trousers,a 33 waist is good-to-generous for me. With these khakis, it's tight. And I did not find the material to be as beefy as the ad copy suggested. Still, they look pretty good new and may get better with washing. The fir is kind of retro--something you'd see with T. Roosevelt or E. Hemingway. Kind of cool.