Never-Iron™ Essential Khaki, Relaxed Fit Pleated - Navy

Style #46237 $85.00 Now$49.99 20% off orders of $100+! Use code FALL20 at checkout.
No man wants to iron, so these Never-Iron&#trade; Khakis have a special finish that makes them look fresh from the cleaners, even though you just took them out of the dryer.
  • Relaxed fit (D4) - extra roomy through the seat and thigh, Pleated, Cuffed
  • 100% Cotton, Machine washable
  • Never-Iron™ technology for wrinkle-resistant performance
  • Color Bond® technology ensures color won't fade
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Never-Iron? Essential Khaki, Relaxed Fit - Navy 3.7 5 209 261
Button hole too small or button too large on D4 Dockers Either the button is too large or the button hole is too small for the D4 relaxed fit Dockers. I just bought 3 pair online & find them very, very difficult to button or unbutton. This is a problem & you need to address it!!!!I have worn Dockers for years & never run into to this problem before. February 11, 2014
problem with these pants I do enjoy wearing dockers but there is a problem with the button hole. It's too small or the button is too big. i was barely able to get the button through the hole and then couldn't get it out. Finally I had to break the button altogether and the same thing happened to the second pair. November 4, 2013
Sized in correctly The pants arrived with the correct size shown on the tag but when I tried them on the waist was at least 2 sizes too small. You could suggest that I had gained weight but I received pants from another manufacturer that same week and they fit fine. October 28, 2013
The size I ordered was only available through Docker's website. I needed a 31" length and retail stores only carried this style on 30" or 32" lenghts. So, they were either too short or too long. 31" length were perfect. October 28, 2013
Only one problem I have been buying these trousers, under a previous style number, for a long time with great satisfaction. Although this "new" style is the same in almost all respects, for some reason they have decided to enlarge the button on the internal waist flap making it extremely difficult to unbutton. You can imagine the problems this might cause in an intestinal emergency. October 28, 2013
Whatever happened to quality conttrol? I have a closet full of Dockers. They were all purchased with the same labelled size. Lately, I've had great difficulty finding that size at my local department stores (note the plural). Now I know why. The pants I received don't fit. Not even close. They are four (count 'em four) inches too long and two inches too narrow in the waist. I measured my waist and yup, it's 34. I measured the inseam of one of my previous pairs of pants and yup again it's 36. I measured the waist of my new pants from button hole to button and they are 32. I measured the inseam of my new pants and they are 40. They were labelled 34 waist and 36 inseam. No wonder I can't find them in stores. I guess I'll have to switch brands and go back to trying stuff on in the store before I buy it. September 9, 2013
Need Hi Rise in 40X34 Good wrinkle resistance but a lack of high rise in 40X34 size means I probable go elsewhere next time. October 10, 2013
The button is too big I cannot button these pants because the button is too big in diameter and it is too thick. I like the pants so instead of returning them I had the button replaced on all three sets of pants I purchased. Dockers evidently has a design issue or a quality control malfunction with these pants. I purchased some about a year ago and they had the same problem. Thought Dockers would have corrected the problem. October 9, 2013
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