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Way way way small!!!
I'm so confused. There are so many reviews mentioning how roomy these pants are and how you may even want to order a size smaller????? I wear either a 38 or 40 pants depending on the brand and cut. I have 38in pants from Patagonia I've worn and washed for almost a decade that I can still fit in. I ordered 3 different colors of these pants... Read More in 40 long. All 3 pairs were made for ants. I'd have needed a 4 inch extender just to button the waist of all three. Even worse, by the time I got them to 3 inches below my belly button, I was having to make decisions on placent of certain things. Weirdest, smallest cut pants ever!!!
Thank you for sharing this review, Michael. We're so sorry to hear these pants didn't fit properly! Please know you are always welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) anything that doesn’t work out for you.
very soft and comfortable
Im 65 and 230. I bought the 38 long and they fit really well. The back pockets are massive and easy to get into. The material is soft but after a few tugseasy to tell they are durable. The double knee layering ads both to the ruggedness while also making kneeling down more comfortable.
So far so good ...
Nice pair of pants for doing trailwork and casual enough for every-day use. The fit is fine. The fabric weight is lighter, but certainly not lightweight. The pockets are another story. The pants are styled after the venerable stand-up pants / shorts, and while the back pockets may be deep and cavernous, I'd appreciate an extra pocket for my wa... Read Morellet, and a better place for my phone. Other companies make more useful work pants. Past experience with the front pocket fabric is also poor: the front pockets usually die first and require patching when the rest of the pants is still in excellent shape. The fabric on these pants looks very similar to recent and past failures. Come on Patagonia, after all these years you should have figured it out.
I like these pants. I support hemp clothing except I was surprised to find that they are only 58% hemp. Beyond that I have a special problem. For years my wallet was in normal jeans. I had adjusted to the placement. Now the hemp pants have very deep pockets and my wallet instead of being where it normally is now under my hip bone ! It is uncomfort... Read Moreable, I am literally sitting on it ! I am not sure what to do about it and if other people have the same problem ?? It would require a redesign of the pockets. Forgetting the pain I am in when I am sitting, these hemp jeans are great !
Way too long!
I bought these for my husband who is 6.5'. He normally wears a 34-34, so we ordered the long which indicated it was 34" long. The legs were more like 36+" and were below his feet. The waist was too tight too, so we returned them and ordered 36-regular, which states that the length is 32". These fit well and the length is a true ... Read More34". We don't know if they will shrink in the wash, as the description didn't indicate that it would.
36 doesn't fit in this color
I know they are supposed to be over hip, even over hip they won't button. The same pant in heavy denim buttoned and stretched. These won't button. I wear a 26 in every other Patagonia pant without issue. So I bought a 38 and they are ok, but look like I'm wearing my dads pants. I'm going to buy another pair of the denim and recy... Read Morecle these.
Thank you for your feedback on the Patagonia Men's All Seasons Hemp Canvas Double Knee Pants - Long . We are of course sorry to hear that it did not work out for you. You are always more than welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) any item that does not work out for you.
light and durable feel
I have been wearing them constantly since I got them. Ideally, I do not need the double knee, but extra padding does not hurt. The back/side pockets are excellent. I might sew a little blockade in the right one to keep things from falling out. Only one thing has fallen out and I was laying back on my couch with my knees up. Fabric is great. Lookin... Read Moreg up close you can see little tufts of fiber however this is unnoticeable from any distance. They are not too warm and not too cool. block wind reasonably but still feel breathy. I do wear long johns under on single digit days but just as precaution. They do not look as tacky as I thought they would look and I feel presentable in casual to formal situations. The legs are straight but not wide fit, normal pant really. I ordered 34 long which I can wear without a belt. They run long so I fold them up when I'm not wearing boots. I can usually squeeze into a 32 so these run a little small on width from common pants. I will be buying another pair in tan.
All-Day Comfort and Durability
After a few weekends in these pants I can't imagine wanting to wear anything else. Working on home renovation projects, these pants flex, protect, and support. The rear pocket design holds gloves, tools, notebooks, etc. well, intuitively, and provide easy access without allowing stuff to fall out. They are heavier than other work pants, but mo... Read Moreve with you in a way that does not hinder.
I have all three colors, the blue denim is the color of jenerick jeans, and they run long on the inseam. Other than that good quality and comfortable. I work out doors and these have become my favorite. I usually wear 13mwz wranglers. These are lighter ,breath better and don't stretch after wearing them acouple hours and don't shrink in t... Read Morehe wash.
Saw a review of these pants on YouTube and decided to purchase them as work pants. The hemp/cotton/polyester blend is super durable and stain resistant so far. I love the deep, offset back pockets. When driving, it is nice that nothing is directly under me on the car seat. My one request would be a small outside pocket along the femur for an earbud... Read Mores case or other small object.
What I expected......
Arrived and was exactly what I was looking for. A few things: A rivet fell off the front pocket on first use. All colors seem very light and easy/prone to staining. They fit trues to size. MANY THNAKS FOR LONG INSEAMS!! I know that if the rivet issue creates problems Patagonia will address this, no worries there. Buy without reservations. Qualit... Read Morey product, Quality company!
Hello Rich! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We really appreciate you sharing this feedback with us, and we're sorry to hear that a rivet fell off. With that said, if this creates a problem don't hesitate to reach out to us so we can offer some assistance.
Durable and Comfortable
Held up well for weekend gold prospecting/mining in the Mojave and my day job as a Field engineer. I really like the feel of the hemp and the cut resistance. I was on my knees and/or hunched over digging 20+ ft underground surrounded by rocks and nary a fray or tear. So far so good. The roominess is a plus when doing awkward tasks like that. Defini... Read Moretely a good purchase.
Seems thinner than the original tan ones??
About 18months ago I bought a pair of the tan version of these. So much better than Carhatts. In fact no comparison. I used the pants for removing nasty invasive plants and trees from land in Vermont. They were impervious to thorns and stinging nettles and saved me from mistakes with chainsaw nicks and the occasional burning log. They stain easily ... Read Morebut who cares if they keep you safe. I recently bought a green pair and they are super comfortable but seem about 25% thinner material than my original ones. Fine for casual wear but I need the thickness of the original ones for the heavy duty brush clearing work that Carhatts aren't strong enough for. Did you go thin on us Patagonia??
Hi Martin! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We're really sorry to hear that the Fatigue Green color feels thinner to you. With that said, all colors are made from the same exact material so we're not sure why that is. We'll definitely pass this feedback along to our design team. If you find that the pants aren't as durable as the other color you have you can [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Great for Casual- not for work
I like the style and concept of these pants, but functionality for work is missing the mark. They are a great light duty summer pant. I would like to see them a little more heavy duty for work. An extra gusset on the back pant leg where pants seem to wear all the time to make them extra durable would be a great addition to the pant. Overall I like ... Read Morethe feel of the Hemp and would love to see a more of a heavy duty work line. Great for casual though!
Sizing was bizarre
I already answered your first request for feedback. I ordered the 36/34 size pants online. The waist was "generous," which I hear is typical for Patagonia. The pant legs were absurdly long. With them pulled all the way up (the top above my belly button), the bottoms still drug on the floor. I live in Reno and thought the answer was to go ... Read Moreto your store for a replacement. After a diligent search, the young woman helping me offered me a pair of a different style, which turned out to fit, but which are labeled 36/32. I ordered the pants based on a product placement spiel in a YouTube woodworking video and was enthusiastic about the pants the guy was promoting. I might might have tried again to get what I wanted, but with your discontinuation of 35" waist sizes, I give up.
My Wife Rejected Them
I bought these for working in the yard and had visions of them getting soft and comfy with age -- like jeans. My wife had me try them on and then insisted I send them back. Not her image of me. So...if you're a kick-around kind of guy looking for rugged comfort, try them. If you have a wife who thinks you're a fashion plate, these won... Read More7;t make the cut.
Comfortable and Durable
I'm a young man that works on an HDPE pipeline crew. I usually don't go out of my way to purchase good clothing. I'm about six foot three hovering closer to four, and about 170 pounds. I have trouble finding pants that fit sometimes. I got a thirty two and they fit wonderfully, although if you think your waist would be a bit bigger t... Read Morehan mine you may wish to go up a size. Undoubtedly the most comfortable work pants I own, they don't get too hot and they are made with very nice material. If you want something to last and feel comfortable get Patagonia.
Overall Best Pants
Im young, I dont usually go out of my way to buy clothes. I was nervous as Im tall and pretty lanky/skinny. A 32 was perfect with a belt, and undoubtedly the best pants Ive ever purchased. I use them for landfills I work at, theyre very sturdy and comfortable. You can use these pants for any purpose and I think youll find them quality. Patagonia is... Read More a life saver.
Although these pant are really soft yet durable, the rear pocket depth and lack of any side (phone) pocket detract from my overall experience with them. If Patagonia put a more traditional back pocket and a side pocket, I would definitely give them a five star rating. Otherwise, they are great.
Im 62 and I bought a 34 long which is big for me, however, this is how I like my pants. They cuff nicely, seem durable, and are very comfortable. Something you can wear seemingly forever. I climb In these and they are big enough to provide a fine range of motion In the legs, but not so baggy that its obnoxious.
My Go-to Work Pant
I work in Natural Resources and these have quickly become my favorite pants for the job. Whether it's creating/maintaining trails or sawing trees, these pants are durable and the right pant for the job. They're comfortable to hike in, and they have enough room throughout the leg to allow bending and kneeling without any uncomfortable pinc... Read Morehing. I'm looking forward to getting another pair of Patagonia Workwear pants.
3 season work pant
I purchased these pants to replace my Arborwear lightweight doubleknee work pants (which are no longer made). The hemp material is fine, and the durability seems good for now. I am very happy with the length of these long pants, when worn with a harness the pants still come down over the tops of my work boots. These I am sure are great for outdoor ... Read Morework in the shoulder seasons and in the winter with a base layer. For summer time, in 90 degree weather with high humidity, these got real sweaty real quick. I may just sweat a lot but they may not be "all season" for you too, you know, if you sweat a lot.
I picked these up for working in the yard, but find myself putting them on every. single. day. They material is burly, yet soft and comfortable. They hold up when I need to get work done and I'm not worried about them blowing out. They're baggy enough to move in, but not overly so as some reviewers stated. Although I grew up in the 90s wh... Read Moreen baggy pants were a thing, so now that most of my pants are way more fitted, I find it refreshing (and more comfortable) to wear something a little looser when just hanging around. I typically need to wear a 31 or 32 in Patagonia--these were a 32 (the non-double knee, 5 pocket version is solid 31, however). I'm 6'1" and went with the long version, which is on the money.
Definitely work clothes
On a scale of blue jeans, they're lightweight and surprisingly breezy. I'm 6'4", 160lbs. I wear 30 in most brands, but 31 in Patagonia so I can move my legs. Standard Pat waist, legs are super relaxed. You can move. The 34" inseam is passable for a 36" inseamer. Haven't been on my knees long enough to real... Read Morely test the durability of the double knee section. The real winner here are the fanny pockets; I can fit my whole fist in well past my wrist.
the pants are too large in the waist even though I ordered the same size I wear in every other pant I've had in the last 40 years. the seams along the gusseted crotch are not lined with soft cotton as the other waist seams are; therefore those seams rub me raw when walking or hiking. can't do it. otherwise, nice soft material that looks ... Read Moregood.
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Solid, rugged, just the right weight
I'd taken a pair of Iron Forge pants to Afghanistan in the winter, and with the exception of some fraying/ripping on one of the knife inserts, they were perfect. However, as the weather started to warm up, i longed for similar pants in a lighter fabric, so I ordered these in green. If anything, my love for these has surpassed my love for the I... Read Moreron Forges. I've submitted them to some pretty punishing use, both in the spring and early summer of Afghanistan, but on stateside hiking after I came back. They've held up well, and look way better/cleaner than they ought even when worn for 7-10 days at a time out in the dirt. The fabric is heavy enough to be durable and rough-wearing, but light enough that the heat doesn't get too oppressive in warm/hot weather. While I love the Iron Forges, if I had to choose only one pair of hempy Patagonia pants, I think it'd be these.
Fabric already starting to fail at stress points and issues with crotch design.
I purchased a pair of these in the green along with a pair of the of Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Cargo Pants (which are amazing). The deep drop in pockets are great as are the double knees. The colour and feel of the fabric is great, with the exception of the crotch; the seams rub and are uncomfortable to walk in. The left pocket knife clip gusset is al... Read Moreready frayed and coming apart despite the fact I rarely carry anything in that pocket, my knife lives in my right pocket. The fabric is also starting to come apart in the seam just below the fly. All this and I've only worn them casually (at my wife's request not to trash all my trousers by working in them, and they look so nice). I'm 6'3" and #205, purchased the 36L and they run bigger than the Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Cargo Pants in the same size. Promising, with some bugs to work out.
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