WranglerÂ® RIGGS WorkwearÂ® Ripstop Ranger Pant (Big Sizes)
Great Pants, My everyday choice
I wish the pockets were a little larger. I have them fully loaded all the time. I have to put several small patches of latex tear repair liquid inside the waistband to give a little extra grip to hold them up. Some of my cargo with hard edges causes wear through points after a couple of years of wear, but the latex tear liquid solves those issues as well. There are no better cargo pants on the market!
November 22, 2014
All cargo pockets get used!
I have the 3W060 with fleece Lining and the only worn areas that does not meet my satisfaction is the smallest compartment on the mid thigh smallest phone pocket. I suggest leather outer shield. This would make these pants bullet proof!
November 6, 2014
This product has great features
I have bought these pants before & YES they are the best pants I have ever owned!!!!
I ride a motorcycle & they are perfect for that!!!!
Thank you again
August 28, 2014
Great Fit, Materials, Finish could be better
I bought these recently and while I love the versitility of them. I was a little disapointed in the finish. I had to take a pair of scissors to trim off all of the little 1/2" threads hanging off of the pockets and trim areas.
Overall I found them to be a really great fit, and looks great in a business casual atmosphere.
August 18, 2014
I've been buying these for a few years now.. they rock!
I'd point out, although not reflected on the website, they do come in black (something I'd long wanted) and a few other colors....
The only regret I have? I've gone down 4 inches in size, (more to come) and find that the small open cargo pockets apparently shrink as I do -- Sad, because the pocket for a size 50 pant was a perfect fit for my work radio, and a size 46 pant makes me pop a few threads on the seam to get it in....
May 19, 2014
Even for us larger guys. . .
As a larger person, buying clothing that fits well can be a real challenge, especially pants! One of the problems with pants made for larger guys is that zipper does not go low enough on the pants. Another big problem is finding pants that are not baggy, but have plenty of room in the crotch and butt areas. Finally, as a big guy who's weight is mostly around the mid second and my legs are more "normal" size, again, it's hard to not find baggy issues.
This pants have answered all my wishes; the fit well in the crotch area, the zipper is of ample length and the butt is not baggy. They are also a nice "cross over" pant. That is, the are well built for working in the field, no matter if it's a day that I am climbing ladders to install communications cabling, fiber optics or sound systems, but at the same time, when I am doing IT work in a professional setting such as doctors offices, they are clean and professional looking.
In addition, as a professional photographer, they have proven to be a great pant to work in when moving around, getting down and the floor or shooting from higher up. The cargo pockets also prove well suited for lens caps, batteries, memory cards, note pads and other photographic accessories like filters and a second flash.
What I am confused by is down near the bottom of the legs, there are upside-down pockets. I am curious if there is a way to insert some kind of knee pad, which I would be very interested in adding!
Finally, what I want to know is this: Why in "bark" do the 30" inseam fit perfectly, but in black, they are almost an inch longer?
All in all, these pants have become my standard pants for daily wear unless it's a shirt and tie kind of day.
May 14, 2014