About this item
Fit & style
- Sits slightly below waist; traditional fit in seat and thigh; straight leg
- 7.25oz. Mechanical Stretch Twill, 65% Polyester/35% Cotton
- Flex fabric for comfort and ease of movement
- Combination multi-use pocket
- Expandable cargo pocket
Dickies' FLEX Regular Fit Straight Leg Cargo Pants sit slightly below the waist, with a traditional fit through the seat and thigh, as well as a straight leg. They're crafted from a strong, polyester/cotton twill work cloth, which is flexible for ease of movement. The twill featured is a mechanical stretch fabric that helps increase the durability and longevity of these cargo pants.
Material: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
Garment Length: Full
Closure Style: Fly button and zipper
Inseam Length: 30 inches
Rise: Mid Rise
Waist Front Style: Flat Front
Features: Back double welt pocket, Side cargo pocket, Front inner pocket
Care and Cleaning: Machine wash & Tumble dry
Item Number (DPCI): 073-02-0293
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Most helpful positive reviews
Great pants, but inconsistent sizing
5 out of 5 stars
RH — 2 years ago
I love these pants. Great style, quality, durability. I bought 3 pairs of these in different colors, but the blue ones are a little bit bigger than the other two, even though they are all marked as the same size. Probably a manufacturing issue.see moreof the reviewer's review
Great Work Pants for making Deliveries!
5 out of 5 stars
Jesus — 1 year ago
I love these pants I found the side pockets to be very useful and easy to access while I'm sitting in my car. I delivered pizza's and I use the cargo side pockets for my receipts and the cell phone pocket for my cell phone and pens.see moreof the reviewer's review
Most recent reviews
No winner here.
1 out of 5 stars
KEBB — 12 days ago
I bought 3 pair of these with high hopes. I was very disappointed. Tight pants, no flex. I imagined that there would be a slight stretch. No stretch whatsoever. I don’t know why they call them Flex pants because that’s exactly what they do not do.see moreof the reviewer's review