don wrote:All of the zip offs that I have, the legs have not faded as much as the short parts of the pants. I am not sure that it would be a good idea. I have had the same pair of scout pants for 7 years, I do not see the zip offs lasting as long. And still look good.
Lynda J wrote:Don't like them. Have never seen any of them that don't look sloppy. There is this big bulk around the knee. Maybe I am a stickler. But I press both my pants and Kevin's. Make sure the crease is sharp. It doesn't matter how wrinkled these pants are you can never get them pressed so they look neat and clean. If you want shorts get shorts. If you want pants, get pants.
Lynda J wrote:Actually the pants come in unfinished lenghts now. I put interface webbing in the hem and then the pants won't get as bad a crease at the bottom hem. Then I can let them out much easier. Just make sure that you don't cut the extra material off the bottom of the pants. I let Kevin's Cub pants out three times. Because of the color they did show the hem line a little. But a dye stick took care of that.
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