Bill’s Khakis Original Twill Pants M1 Plain Front

May 27, 2014 - Comment

Our highly constructed, American made, 100% combed cotton twill weighs a stout 8.5 ounces per square yard, providing cast iron durability and versatility year round. It retains a clean sharp crease for days when professionally laundered, or machine-washes to a casual look. All our 100% cotton twills arrive professionally pre-washed to stabilize sizing and will

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Our highly constructed, American made, 100% combed cotton twill weighs a stout 8.5 ounces per square yard, providing cast iron durability and versatility year round. It retains a clean sharp crease for days when professionally laundered, or machine-washes to a casual look. All our 100% cotton twills arrive professionally pre-washed to stabilize sizing and will wear like your old favorites from the first time you put them on. Machine washable. When trying on your khakis for the first time, we recommend sizing them up loosely for the best fit. Repeated washing and drying can result in shrinkage beyond 1% to 3%. Should that occur, simply hang your khakis dry. Length and fullness will come back. To limit wrinkles without ironing, simply flatten your khakis on a flat surface while damp and let dry. If you wear your khakis professionally starched, they will size up larger and longer than if cared for at home. We do not recommend letting out the waist due to marks left by the original seam. AVAILABLE PLAIN FRONT OR PLEATED

Product Features

  • 100% Cotton Twill
  • American Made
  • Durable
  • Versatile
  • Machine Washable

Comments

Charles L. Mccomas says:

The best khakis made 0

Agent Cooper says:

Absolutely the best 0

Kirkland Perry "Plumber and VT" says:

Harley-Rider’s I was in busted ruins from mining khakis. I got worked by the khaki market for over a year.Bean®’s are too light-wt., and Eddie Bauer®, Pennys®, Sears®, Dockers®, WearGuard®, produced nothing that would hold-up to a constant 65 mph headwind, riding a 1955 Panhead, and not reveal the loose change and keys plastered to my leg (inside my front pockets).Having been tortured by disappointment so often, for so long, from so many manufacturers that have gone the cheap and unstructured way, and lapsed into “little kid” designs [i.e; (5) belt loops instead of the normal Levi® (7)], it’s a relief to find real khaki’s that remain consistently the same.**********************************************My first pair of Bills khakis arrived and they’re exactly what I’ve been looking for.The front pockets are DEEP have HEAVY weight cotton (like 1950’s construction).The (outside) of the leg seam is flat (not rolled like Levis®).The interior of the waist is…

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