Outdoor work pants that are built to last. Our Ground Pants can withstand everything you throw at them, from tough working conditions to your washer and dryer. What customers love: ""dependable; long-lasting; soft feel; a good, basic, durable pant.""
While we are on the subject of amazing, durable workpants... We were on that subject, weren't we? Anyway our Ground Pants are the latest entry in the comfortable and durable combination challenge. Made from a cotton and polyester blend, the result is a pair of outdoor work pants that are lightweight, soft and supple, yet durable. The twill weave adds strength while the polyester makes these last through longer washing cycles and retain color. Problem solved. What subject would you like to talk about next? Astronomy? Gardening?
• 10 oz., 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester Twill
• 3-Piece Rugged Gusset™ Crotch
• Rear Double Layer Heel Panel
• Signature Utility Pocket
• Boot Friendly Work Cuff
• Color Retention Fabric
Reviewed by Kevin
These are very well designed and have a great feel. I like the pockets and colors. In my humble experience they run a half size small. I have worn a 36-38 waist pant for twenty years, and the 38 is just a bit snug and uncomfortable. A 39, if it existed, would be perfect. It is tight around my thighs when squatting as well. Consider ordering a size up if you want to layer or are built for comfort, not for speed like me.
Reviewed by Steve
These are the only pants I ever want to wear. They are incredibly comfortable, stout work pants, and they look damn good. I have the Originals as well and prefer these pants. These fit better in the legs and seat. I also prefer the tapered legs these offer as my ankle's are significantly smaller than my thighs so tapering pants accordingly makes sense =) I am nervous that Arborwear is discontinuing these pants as I have been waiting for them to produce more of the diesel color and it doesn't appear to be happening. Here's to hoping.
Reviewed by Cody
Theses are a comfortable pant with lots of room in the crotch. Have had them for a month now they seem to hold up well and will last a while. Some cons are leg opening is pretty small just fits over boots also utility pocket is small wont hold iphone with case on. These are my first pair of arbor wear pants and honestly not very impressed I like carhartts more for comfort and look.