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Haggar Clothing Co Presents Why to Wear Slacks this Summer

15977176_1171278812922008_7488533992289042543_nHaggar Clothing Co

I know y’all are wondering why on earth would anyone want to wear slacks during the heat of summer? Well, I have some answers for you. First off, wearing Haggar slacks can help keep disease spreading mosquitos from making a snack out of you. Secondly if you are leery of showing off your seriously untanned legs you don’t have too. The third reason is UPF sun protection. You have much better chance of not getting sunburned while wearing slacks.

One of my favorite reasons is you are going to look fantastic in Haggar slacks. They are dressy with out being hot. Don’t worry, the lightweight fabric keeps em from sticking to you legs when the temperature rises. If you do start perspiring, no problem. Haggar slacks are made with a moisture wicking material that quickly soaks up any sweat.

Perfect for travel cuz they are easy to pack. Plus, you are gonna look awesome day or night without having to do all that ironing. I hate ironing. Don’t get me wrong, I do it, I am just not a fan. Can you say Haggar wrinkle free slacks? Yay. Hubby was sent three pairs to try out. Let’s see what he thinks about em.

HC10884_170_02Premium No Iron Khaki

The classic look of khakis without the fuss of ironing.  Hubby loves how these slacks come with a permanent crease so he is always looking sharp.  Waist band has a great feature, it’s expandable,. This is awesome cuz we all know waist sizes can change throughout the years. Comfortable lightweight material makes these perfect for summer.

Description
Our new Premium No-Iron Khaki looks as great as it feels. Stretchable cotton-blend fabric, hidden expandable waistband and permanent crease will keep you looking sharp and comfortable. If you like our Work to Weekend khaki, you’ll love this slightly dressier lighter-weight option. Looking great never felt so good.

 

E-CLO™ Stria Dress PantHD00218_001_01

Hubby loves to look good all the time. Getting all dressed up just got super simple with Haggar’s E-CLO™ Stria Dress pant. The dressy material is machine washable for ease of care. Love that these slacks are actually environmentally friendly. Yes, that is what I said. The lightweight fabric is made from recycled water bottles, so you can feel good about wearing them. This style also has the hidden expandable waistband for those times it is needed.

Description
With our E-CLO™ Dress Pant, we make looking great incredibly easy. Who would have thought a fabric that looks and feels this good could be machine washable. Knowing they’re made from recycled water bottles will make you feel good. The hidden expandable waistband will make you feel even better.

HC00248_001Cool 18® Pro Pant

Here we have another great pair of slacks from Haggar. Cool 18 is made with a special fabric that has four way stretch ability. This makes it easy for Hubby to move around in complete comfort. He said something about “it’s nice they give the boys room” that I promised to include in the review. He said the men will want to know. I love the easy care material this is machine washable (even has soil release technology). Also love that you do not need to iron em. Like all of the slacks we received for this review the stitching is impeccable. They are very well made. True to sizing, comfortable and look great on.

Description
If you’re already a fan Cool 18®, you will love our all-new Cool 18 Pro line. These lightweight pants score in every category with four-way stretch fabric, soil release, easy care, UPF protection and a hidden expandable waistband. With a pleated front and classic fit, they can move from the office to the green to after hours with ease. And they even feature a waistline shirt gripper to ensure you never look “undone.”

Ready to Buy? Head over to Haggar Clothing Co and get ya a pair of each.
I was not a paid for my opinion; however, I may have been given a free product for review. Thanks to all of my sponsors and their parent companies for their support in this review.

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