Scandia Woods Wrinkle-Free Corduroys
The overall fit is baggie in the legs. The material is cheap and very thin for corduroy.
May 21, 2014
Too thin. Attrscts dirt and lint..
Unsatisfactory. Will wash and donate to Good Will.
March 8, 2014
The product is light and comfortable to wear
When I was ordering this product, I was afraid if it was going to be the hard stuff but was relieved to see that it was not. The product is light and comfortable. Cool stuff!
March 5, 2014
Great product at a great price will continue to shop at Blair..
March 3, 2014
great corduroy pants
Ordered these for dad for Christmas and he loved them except the size he gets in other corduroys and all pants didn't fit. Exchanging for the next size up. Other than that great color and convenience of wrinkle free material.
January 4, 2014
For items bought from a catalog:
I was very interested in the description and the depiction of the item as listed in the cataglog. The complications arised after the item arrived. It was not what was pictured, the color was off. the fit ran a bit smaller than what was listed on the lable I would recommend this product I have had great experiences in the past from this company..
December 29, 2013
This product was a disappointment.
As soon as I opened it up I knew my husband would not like it. It was the most unusual cords I have ever seen. It was not like other cords he has or has ordered. Very thin material and it had unusual lines in the fabric.
December 26, 2013
No Ironing Needed
These are not your winter corduroys worn to keep you warm in cold climates. They keep you warm enough in Southern California winters for a game of golf. They're very comfortable, and have a little stretch to the fabric for active wear. These are my second pair. The first pair have held up well, but I wanted a second color. They seem to run a little smaller than they used to. I had to order a size larger than the other pair I still have and wear. The wrinkles another reviewer talked about are only wrinkles caused by being folded in a bag. A little light steam, or throwing them in the dryer for a few minutes gets rid of them.
December 7, 2013