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Have Wrangler cargo pants, will travel. The Wrangler twill cargo pant is made of 100% cotton with a looser fit through the seat and thigh and a comfortable straight leg opening.
 
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Cut off the pockets
PostedMay 17, 2014
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GeneBrowning
From:  Hawaii and Florida
Age: 55+
Items purchased last year: 10 + items
Primary Use: Workwear/ Safety
Length of Ownership: 2 – 5 years
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I remove the pockets on these and use them for work pants. Why? The extra size in the legs that you don't find in non-cargo pants. Then the pockets don't hang-up or catch on everything I walk past.
Pros extra leg room
Cons pocket catch and tear
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Have Wrangler cargo pants, will travel. The Wrangler twill cargo pant is made of 100% cotton with a looser fit through the seat and thigh and a comfortable straight leg opening.
 

cargo pocket secure?

In my experience hook & loop (velcro) is not secure and snaps are not much better. Do the cargo pocket flaps use buttons to stay closed?
I cut the pockets off. These pants are roomier than other pants. The pockets are a pain. I remove them and am quite happy.
5 months, 1 week ago
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GeneBrowning
Hawaii and Florida