Rated 5 out of 5 by Mwaz Fabulous quality!!
Size 100, 3-5 years for my 3 year old. He's 39" tall and 37lbs. They fit him baggy and I have to cuff the bottom twice. But they stay on and he can play freely without restriction. He usually finds jeans and cargos itchy, the tag bothersome or some other complaint.
I suspect they'll fit for 2, more years. The quality is fantastic! I suspect they will last that long. Super soft; thick and durable. Reinforced knee for playtime. Drawstring is quite short though. I wish I could load up on this brand. These pants were a gift. This quality is a splurge for me.
November 14, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ang620 Does not fit
I bought my son a few pairs of these pants for school, a month later they will not fit over his hips/butt area (without jumping to get into them) and the knees are completely worn out. He's in a 120, 4ft tall & 63 lbs. I just found one pair of cargos I must have bought him and they are a 120 and fit perfect, went up & down with room, with out having to jump to get in them. So no, I wouldn't recommend these and as a huge fan of Hanna I feel like the $60+ we spent for the month was a waste of money, these are worthless to even try and resell because the knees are worn out.
November 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by UtahMomOf2 Great pants
Nice pants. Always love to find pull-up pants for our son that's not sweatpants, since he is recently potty trained and likes to dress himself. He is 3 1/2 yrs old and size 90 fits him perfect (he's pretty slim). Washes well.
October 2, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by momprincetonNJ Purchase only for skinny kids
waistline and bottom space are very tight for my boy. He is wearing 130 for regular Hanna skinny sweatpants but this double knee canvas cannot fit him.
The canvas material is not as stretchy as the cotton ones so there needs more room around the bottom and the waistline. Please use the summer-style double-knee deck pants as good reference as the original style.
Have to return both pants bought and too bad as we always like the double-knee design comfortable for kids to play and climb somewhere.
September 23, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by thm5 Beware! These don't fit like the other Hanna pants!
Our boy has been exclusively wearing Hannas for the last 2 -3 years. The pants have never been a problem - we go up in length each season or year. However, these, at his current size (same as his shorts made out of the same fabric), were skin tight! The pants are not cut to figure in the lack of "give" this fabric has. Very disappointed - both pants, washed and tags off went back to the store. Do not buy (or take tags off) without having your child try these on. They don't fit the same as the others.
September 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by RafaHouHM Nice pants for home and weekends.
The pants are a bit tight on the waist for my son. He has a mid size belly, but even with this fact, the pants are comfortable to knee down, play and run. He is 127cm and the length fits perfect.
Good for going to the mall and play dates on the house. For school they look great, but I believe the pants will get rip off if he drags himself on the ground.
I like them in general.
September 9, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Murm35 Don't prefer Hanna sizing
Sizing by height only does not work. My boy is 8 and should be 130 by his height but his weight 71 makes even the 140 small??!!
August 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by DanielleB PERFECT Uniform Pants!
This will be our second year sending our son to school in the double-knee cargos every day. They come in two colors (tan and navy) that our school accepts for uniforms and they made it through almost all of last year before showing wear at the knees (he still wears last year's uniform pants as weekend pants, and the inner layer of the knee is still intact). They run a little large, but we know from last year that by Christmas, they'll be a spot-on fit and they'll still be long enough come May. They're also drawstring at the waist with no fly, which is perfect for our first-grader who still needs an easy waistband for rush trips to the bathroom sometimes.
August 18, 2015