School Uniform Boys' Open Bottom Climber™ Pants
Lasted through at least two boys!
These were the ABSOLUTE favorite pair of pants for our two boys. They loved the comfort of them, and preferred them over jeans. They were SO rough on them. The knees were often brown and green, but came out just fine with a little Oxiclean addition to the wash. I always thought it was the last time it would work. Our youngest finally got a hole in the knee, after wearing them at least three days a week for two years. I couldn't think about asking Lands' End to replace those! I think I may have purchased them at a garage sale anyway- who knows how many boys enjoyed them already! I'm trying one size up this year at a size 10- might be the last year for elastic waists... GREAT PANTS!
September 16, 2014
My son needs a husky size and these are a lifesaver. The material is comfortable and they are dressy at the same time.
My one complaint is that they won't hem them and I have to pay for this at a local dry cleaner.
December 3, 2014
Perfect for Handicapped Child
My Go-to pants for my son with CP. Although he is 34, he fits the larger boys size Open Bottom Climber Pants. However, I REALLY want them to bring the flannel lined jeans back. Because of his thin frame, he is always cold and these are great for him. Same styling, but lined. PLEASE bring them back. I would order 10 of them!
September 11, 2014
Great pants for so many reasons
Essential pants for kids with lowered small motor skills. Pants are easy on and off. These wash nicely and wear very well. My only wish is that they came in black as well, Only uniform pants allowed at our school are khaki, navy, and black.
September 1, 2014
The ideal pants for active boys who tend toward the husky side.
My sons have worn these pants for years now and appreciate the ease of the pull-on style and durable knees that withstand their frequent games of football and soccer on the playground. Dressy enough for church and acceptable as part of the school dress code. My only suggestion would be to bring back the grey and French walnut colors as grass and other stains are difficult to remove from the light khaki ones. Neither one is a big fan of the navy, and indigo is not allowed at school, so right now olive green is the only choice. I'd give it a five-star if the color selection were expanded. Otherwise, a great value for the money.
August 14, 2014