Haggar® Work-to-Weekend™ Classic-Fit Pleated Denim Pants

These men's Haggar pleated denim pants are the perfect addition to your casual wardrobe. In medium wash.

Pleated styling and permanent creases offer classic touches.
Expandable waistband ensures the right fit.
Relaxed cut lets you move with ease.
Cotton construction provides all-day comfort.
Wrinkle-free finish delivers effortless wear and care.
Zipper fly
Machine wash
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Premium Buckle Back Japan Red Selvage Slim Stretch Resin Coated Denim Jeans by Edwin

Model is wearing size 32X34

Model Height:
6'0 (182 cm)

The Premium Buckle Back Japan Red Selvage Slim Stretch Resin Coated Denim Jeans by Edwin features:
Full button fly closure
Contrasted stitching throughout
Logo embossed hardware
5-pocket design
Signature embroidered rear pockets

100% Cotton



USA-made version of our 5-pocket Ballroom Jeans style
Beefy 14.5-oz. denim fabric is made with 100% domestic cotton
Hidden crotch gusset lets you bend and crouch without the ouch
12" deep side pockets keep items more secure
Triple-stitched seams for extra strength
Extra-large zipper pulls
Made in the USA


Believe us, we share your interest in having more clothes made in the USA available. So when we found a company in Kentucky that still makes jeans in America – out of high-quality domestic cotton – we signed ’em up in a hurry. These USA-made 5-pocket Ballroom® Jeans are crafted by experienced hands (a 5th generation family business) with prewashed 100% cotton denim. You get all the same signature features of our regular Ballroom Jeans - excluding the Fire Hose® reinforcements at the waist, pockets and hems. Yes, these jeans do cost more – a fact of life in today’s manufacturing world. But we know some of you will consider a USA-made option worth it.

Men's & Young Men's

Acid Wash
Believe it or not, it's back from the '80s! Featuring bleached-out splotches for an "acid-treated" effect.

Denim that looks like it was dipped into diluted dye shades of any color in the rainbow. Red, brown, gray or turquoise - take your pick.

Whisker Wash
This wash features bleached-out marks that resemble whiskers (typically right below the front pockets). A big trend!

Designer clothing

Designer clothing is clothing that bears the logo of a recognizable fashion designer.
The 'designer' whose name is on the label may be:
A European couturier, e.g. Chanel, Christian Dior
A European luxury goods house, e.g. Armani, Gucci, Louis Vuitton
An American sportswear label, e.g. Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren,The North Face
When talking about designer clothing, the highly creative and expensive creations of top fashion designers are rarely what is meant.
Rather, 'designer clothing' is typically used to describe clothing that was not designed or made by the top fashion luminary, but bears their name due to a licensing agreement the designer has entered into with a mass market apparel manufacturer.
These agreements allow manufacturers of commodity apparel items to sell their wares at a premium price due to the cachet the designer's name and provide the designer with another income stream.
The quality of the clothing and degree of its resemblance, if any, to the designer's work vary considerably depending on the licensee and the terms of the agreement the designer has struck. Some terms may limit the number of garment styles that may be produced, allow the designer to veto any designs he finds unappealing.
This licensing of designer names was pioneered by designers like Pierre Cardin in the 1960s and has been a common practice within the fashion industry from about the 1970s.