I bought my first pair of Bonobos pants today. You may have heard of them, they are men's pants cut to fit more comfortably and look more flattering. More comfortable and better looking--we shall see.
Unlike the iPad, Bonobos are made in America by Americans. By all of the accounts I have read, they cost more than department store khakis, but they are well worth it. Plus, you can enjoy the comfort knowing they were not sewn in a sweatshop by orphans or widows.
They should arrive on Thursday and I should be able to give a review on Friday (certainly by Monday). In the meantime, if you are interested in ordering, use this link to save $25.00 off any purchase of $75.00 or more. If you are having trouble with the link, copy this into your browser address bar:
Update 03/23/12: I really like these pants. I bought bootleggers--khaki pants with a wide boot-cut leg. I like the fit, the feel, and the fabric. Bonobos claim to eliminate the saggy diaper look you find with most men's slacks, and they keep their promise. I like the attention to little details like colored fabric for the pockets, and a quote sewn onto the inside of one back pocket. I can't wait to wash them and wear them again.