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110 of 111 people found the following review helpful.
Quality has dropped off SEVERELY
By T. Trinchera
I've bought Haggar khakis for years, finding them to be of better quality than Levis Dockers. However, the quality of these pants has taken a serious nosedive just in the past year. I bought 2 pair last Fall (2009) and the hem at the bottom showed fraying after only a few months. The fraying only got worse and the hems are now completely threadbare. The pleats at mid-shin didn't fare much better and began to fray even sooner than the hems.
Additionally, the expandable strap on one pair simply snapped and detached from the inside of the waistband. I was able to fix it temporarily but I don't expect it to last.
After years of wearing such a sturdy product, it's intensely disappointing to see Haggar jump on the lower-quality bandwagon seemingly to save money in production.
31 of 31 people found the following review helpful.
New pants with nasty holes
By Andres Tovar
This is the first, and most likely the last time, I purchase a Haggar product. Their quality control is incredibly bad. I bought a pair of khaki pants and it came with some nasty holes in the bottom. I have never seen anything made as poorly as these pair of pants. This product is cheap in every sense and not worth it.
37 of 37 people found the following review helpful. See all 1787 customer reviews...
Not Worth The Money
The tan pants cuff after just 6 months is already fraying. The dark pants faded after being washed just a few times.