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Jack Donnelly Khakis

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
Does anyone know anything about Jack Donnelly Khakis?

www.jackdonnellykhakis.com

They look top quality, Made in USA. Free Shipping. I'm thinking of trying them out just wanted to see if anyone had any feedback.

Thanks!
post #2 of 22
$90 for khakis? is that normal?
post #3 of 22
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$90 for khakis?



is that normal?

Too expensive or too cheap?
post #4 of 22
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Too expensive or too cheap?
too expensive... when it comes to khakis and shorts I'm pretty cheap. I can't fathom what would make a pair of khakis pants $90 and shorts $70 PS I thoroughly enjoyed your flickr... nice to see not everyone is using it for their porn nowadays
post #5 of 22
$90 isn't bad. Bill's run $150-200.
post #6 of 22
and dockers are $30
post #7 of 22
Thread Starter 
True, Dockers are $30, but they are also imported from overseas and I would venture to say that are not constructed as well or made with as fine materials. Most products made in the USA is going to be sold at a premium as opposed something imported. It all depends on what you are looking for.

I asked because I was looking for a top quality khaki that is going to last, and it seems to be a good value compared to another high-end, American made, khaki such as Bills. I just want value for what I pay.
post #8 of 22
I understand where you're coming from. As someone with a proud military background and just a lot of American pride, I've always bought American. I drive American and I even buy local produce (I'm from Southern California beach/farmland) so I thoroughly applaud your effort. But just by looking at the pants... I don't see them (and I'm going off the site photos) as being that much greater than Dockers or Dickies. I'm all for buying American, again, but I'm not going to settle on quality just because it's American... especially at that price You do have me curious about these though... I wonder if anyone here has an actual pair
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I wonder if anyone here has an actual pair

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post #11 of 22
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Noted, well I'm going to give them a try and go ahead and order a pair. I'll let you know how they are.

Thanks.
post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by Rada View Post
$90 for khakis?



is that normal?

Wow - really? That sounds like a decent deal if the construction and fabric is good. Some other made-in-the-USA khakis are up in the $250-$300 range like Engineered Garments and Spurr. Steven Alan's are around $150.
post #13 of 22
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Wow - really? That sounds like a decent deal if the construction and fabric is good. Some other made-in-the-USA khakis are up in the $250-$300 range like Engineered Garments and Spurr. Steven Alan's are around $150.

you are aware the vast majority of people just buy dockers right?

Our (this forum's) interest in more expensive clothing does not really permeate the rest of the culture.
post #14 of 22
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you are aware the vast majority of people just buy dockers right?

Our (this forum's) interest in more expensive clothing does not really permeate the rest of the culture.


I am indeed aware. I just figured that if you're on SF, you probably aren't one of the Dockers-buying masses.
post #15 of 22
Just curious if anyone has tried these yet and can post a review: fit, construction, etc.
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