Earl’s Apparel Fatigue Pants

It’s a shame the fit on these isn’t for everyone (read: loose and roomy), because the price sure as hell is (read: whoa cheap). The Fatigue Pants by Earl’s Apparel are cut in sewn in Crockett, Texas out of mid-weight, 100% cotton sateen. As durable as they are affordable, the pants feature military-style patch pockets on the front and back, a zip fly, bar-tacks at key stress points and hardwearing poly thread throughout. Archival Clothing has them, and a pair will run you… drumroll please… $40.

For price and purchase info, visit Archival Clothing.

  • GetMan

    I guess they could be taken to a tailor

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      @GetMan And still cost less than $100.

  • ck

    Fit looks like the Workaday pants by Engineered Garments.

  • Koan

    Any place you’ve come across that sells/carries a slightly longe pant? Say 34, rather than 32?

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      Left Fields all have a 34 – 35 inch inseam.

  • bert

    I like ‘em but hard try on via post when the sizes are not very uniform. I’m not skinny and working on my third order.

    P.S. I didn’t order them through Archival.

  • Spencer

    As if they weren’t cheap enough, I found them for $27 on the link below. (+$12 shipping)


  • bert

    Yeah Spencer that’s where I bought mine too. Nick is a nice guy to talk to if you need to call them about exchanging for proper sizes.

  • Bert

    Apart from a few minor details (waist adjusters), this looks exactly like the EG Workaday Fatigue Pant. I wonder if it also has the exact same fit? The EG was always a little too baggy for my liking, especially below the knee.