Rated 1 out of 5 by EllePA Small! I should have read the other reviews
My daughter is tiny! 5 years, 36# and on the 5% weight curve. I was excited about the slim fit, but these are tight ON HER! Pay attention shoppers, and land's end. This fit is just too tight for a pant that has no give. They don't stretch at all. And they are too long so we roll the bottoms a bit :-/ Can't win. I cannot imagine what child these could fit comfortably. I do like the adjustable waist.
October 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Minnie8836 I really like it. It looks very sharp on her
Good product, better than I expected.
September 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sue1284 Great value!!
I bought 2 pairs for my daughter washed them twice a week. She wore them for 2 full school years, we are in the north and they only wear shorts for about 2 months of the year. She probably could have gotten another year, but she was too tall.
September 4, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Fleabug No 14W
My daughter has a little more in the rear and needs more room. The Junior 16 was to tight, the women's 16W is big in the waist, perfect in the rear and hips. Need to add a 14W for those girls between the junior and women size. Otherwise, you have to now turn around and pay to have the waist taken in. Plus, $45, WOW that is a lot of money.
August 28, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by michellehickman Overpriced!!!!!
They fade and wear down the same as any $5-10 pair of school uniform pants you can purchase from any store. I only buy them because I am forced to purchase Lands End only from my school.
August 17, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by diana48125 super disappointed
i have been buying land's end uniforms since my daughter was in first grade. she is now entering high school. for the past years the quality and fit on lands end pants seems to have gone down. i just received this year's shipment and i am disappointed. i have two pairs of pants from last year, ordered too big but decided to keep them. last year's size seven fits the same as this year's size nine. in all fairness, land's end are pants are better than what i can find in stores locally, but for $40 a pair i expect more.
August 12, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by EstherP These run small
I usually avoid buying pants online for this reason, but it is required for my school. These pants run small. Yes, I measured. Yes, I double checked the measurements. I had to order for 3 children and myself. I ordered that pant sizes that fit in all the stores we usually shop from. All 4 of us now have expensive pants that are tighter than comfortable.
August 9, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by JRMLS Very disappointed
The fit was perfect. The order was correct and delivered on time. However they came out of the dryer a wrinkled mess. Followed all of the directions for laundering. These are not wrinkle resistant. I would return them if I could, but they are required by the school uniform policy.
July 15, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by KnittingMom1234 poor quality
Lands End was my "go-to" for school uniform pants for years, until now. It seems they're using a new material that is hard and scratchy. I tried another style- but the material was the same. My daughter, who has never complained of fabric-softness before, could not tolerate wearing them long enough to show me how they looked, so I had to return them. I am very disappointed and frustrated.
March 3, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by EandFmom Poor workmanship and quality control means adjustable waist not functioning
The last 4 pairs of pants I bought in size 8 regular and 10 slim for my two girls all had the elastic sewn into /stuck under at least one belt loop. It appears that instead of threading the elastic through AFTER the pants are completed, they put the elastic in the waistband before the belt loops were sewn on to save a step. As a result, when stitching the belt loop to the waistband, the elastic got caught underneath the belt loop, and is sewn in under the waistband and DOES NOT MOVE/SLIDE. On one pair, I kept tugging and tugging and couldn't figure out why the elastic was only bunching in a two inch area on the side, rather than gathering evenly all around the back and eventually the threads tore and the elastic broke free and now I can see that about 1/4 inch of the elastic got sewn up with the stitching of the belt loop. With the other three pairs, they are even more stitched in so they are not breaking free at all and it looks like the only way to fix it is to take apart the belt loops. Even if the manufacturing process/steps are poorly thought out, no one checked these pants before they left the shop to see if the elastic was free to slide back and forth like it's supposed to. Very disappointing, Lands End. Plus the rise is still too low for my 8 yr old's taste. I know low rise is the current favored style but when little kids sit cross-legged in school, they are more concerned if their classmates can see the back of their underwear peeking out the top, which always shows with these type of low rise pants, than being on trend.
January 12, 2015