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Patagonia Kalorama Corduroy Pant - Men's


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Kalorama Corduroy Pant

  • Corduroy pants that provide a classic casual style
  • Cotton material is durable, comfortable, and soft
  • Zip fly and reinforced belt loops hold up to daily wear
  • Four pocket styling fits into anyone's wardrobe with ease
  • Item #PAT02YN

100% organic cotton corduroy
[medium] 32in
2 front, 2 rear
Claimed Weight
1lb 9.5oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

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>Rating: 5

Worth It

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
160 lbs

Trying to find a pair of 100% cotton cords felt like trying to find the Holy Grail. When I ran across these I was initially put off by the price, but thanks to Backcountry's generous coupons I was able to pick up a pair and I wasn't disappointed by the quality. I tried both versions of Patagonia's cords - the Kalorama and the straight legs, and have to say that I prefer these. They're made of nice thick double stitched corduroy and are roomy enough to move comfortably in. If you're looking for something hip, I'd go with the straight leg version. If your looking something you can wear hiking, fishing, camping, for work etc... these are your cords. My only complaint is lack of color options, hopefully Patagonia will give us more soon.

>Rating: 5

Great pair of cords!

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 11"
230 lbs

These cords are built very well. I have a pair of Polo cords that ripped out the back and the belt loops ripped off... these are 8-wale, so they look like cords, so if you don't like that look, don't buy 'em. The material is tough and the belt loops are double stitched, they fit very well. I had to contact customer service about a shipping issue that got resolved and the "Gearhead" was very helpful... Also, the waiting music was Morning Dew by the Grateful Dead which I found unique and awesome :)