|S||S||28 - 31|
|M||M||32 - 34|
|L||L||35 - 37|
|XL||XL||38 - 40|
|XL Extra Long||2XL||39 - 42|
|3XL||3XL||41 - 43|
|4XL||4XL||42 - 44|
|5XL||5XL||43 - 45|
|6XL||6XL||45 - 47|
|7XL||7XL||47 - 49|
|XL Extra Long||2XL||38|
- Casual vintage style cargo shorts.
- 3/4 length, zip with button, folded knee area for greater freedom of movement
- 100% Cotton
- Machine Wash
- Fastening: Zipper
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- Package Dimensions : 35.2 x 22.8 x 7.6 cm; 590 Grams
- Date First Available : 29 April 2016
- Manufacturer : Brandit Textil GmbH
- Item model number : 2003
- ASIN : B004ZEUX9U
- Department : Men's
- Best Sellers Rank: 104,794 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
- Customer reviews:
A three-quarter cargo always works. The fashionable cut allows a wide range of combinations, even with footwear. So whether you have sandals, boots or nothing on your feet, these three-quarter trousers do not matter because they retain their casual style in any case. Drawstrings are available for extra support on the leg ends. The spacious pockets hold your essentials easily and safely.
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Upon delivery of them, I was actually surprised at how 'heavy' they are - they're not quite what I'd describe as 'lightweight' summer shorts, but I was very pleased at how good quality they felt, being made of a nice and soft but strong-feeling fabric. I popped them on and was pleased that the 32" waist fitted me comfortably, with them only being a tiny smidgen on the tight side of things - but that's good as I'm currentlyon a diet so I should be decidedly more trim in a few weeks.
As is usually the case when I buy things I normally attack them with a pair of scissors and remove and 'dangly' bits, toggles and bits that flap about - and in the case of these shorts, there's absolutely tons of the blighters. There are loops to presumably attach braces at the top of the waistband; they got snipped - I'm not a hipster, thanks! The loops around the bottom of the legs got snipped too and I only just noticed yesterday that there are several tabs with buttons (for what purpose, I have absolutely no idea) around the inside of the waist, but since they're hidden they shall remain unsnipped. Once the dangly bits had been removed, I set about exploring the rest of the shorts features. The usual pockets at the waist and bottom areas are satisfyingly deep and strong-feeling and the pockets on the thighs are positively cavernous, so you should have no problems carrying lots of stuff about with you whilst wearing these beauties. There's also a nice little open pocket on the right thigh that's handy for storing keys, pens and the likes.
All in all, I'm very, very pleased with these shorts. I've read that brandit is a good make for these sorts of things, so I suspect I'll be looking at their stuff again in the near future. Good buy!
Flaps on front pockets are just fake but the pockets themselves are roomy. Fabric is also a good weight.
Army green is slightly darker then photo and they're a bit longer than expected coming halfway down my calves/shins (I'm 5'9") but okay.
However, I had to return, as doesn't fit. The problem isn't waist size, although giving a range of 40-44 inch waist is a little ridiculous.
No, the problem is the mean cut around the upper leg/thigh. There is barely enough material in the upper leg to allow the shorts to be pulled up to the waist, let alone button it - why is it that a lot of menswear retailers assume larger fellows have beer-bellies and spindly legs? Jeez.
Inder these circumestances, even at just over £30 this represents poor value.
Pocket for the phone on the side is too narrow, maybe it’s for tools. Overall the pockets could be a bit more practical for me.
They got a few positive remarks when I first wore them.