PERFECT FIT: There are so many options for pant fits now. Get the style and feel that you want with these pants. You don't have to worry about all the crazy trends and fashions when you can get just what you know you love.
COMPLETE COMFORT: If you're going to be wearing something for the majority of the day, it better be comfortable. These pants offer supreme comfort so you won't mind wearing them 8 hours a day.
GOOD LOOKS: Just because you're working hard doesn't mean you don't want to look good. Appear like the perfect professional and make hard labor look hot in these stylish work pants.
FULL FREEDOM: Pants should never be limiting, that's why you need pants like these that allow you a full range of motion and flexibility. Move in the right direction towards good work pants.
MADE TOUGH: When you're working all day you need pants that are as tough as you. These pants are designed to withstand all the wear and tear of your job so you don't have to worry about rips, tears, and split seams.
About Red Kap by Lee
Lee Jeans is a leading international retailer and manufacturer of denim wear and casual wear. Headquartered in Merriam, Kansas, near Kansas City, Lee currently employs more than 400 people across the United States. Lee Jeans' parent company, the VF Corporation, is the largest publicly held apparel company in the world. It is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol VFC. The VF Corporation is a leader in branded apparel including jeanswear, outdoor products, image apparel and sportswear. Its principal brands include Lee®, Wrangler®, Riders®, Rustler®, The North Face®, Vans®, Reef®, Napapijri®, Kipling®, Nautica®, John Varvatos®, JanSport®, Eastpak®, Eagle Creek®, Lee Sport® and Red Kap®.
Lee Mercantile Company was founded by Henry David Lee in 1889, when Lee opened his first garment factory in Salina, Kansas, producing dungarees and jackets.
In 1913, the Union-All work jumpsuit was created, followed by the first-ever "Overall" in 1920 - laying the foundation for Lee's early growth. Also in 1920, the Buddy Lee doll was launched for promotional use, but quickly became a popular play doll.
Through the '20s, Lee introduced many new innovations to manufactured denim, most notably the zipper fly. Throughout the '30s and '40s Lee continued to build on their brand, becoming the nation's #1 manufacturer of work clothes.
The decade of the '50s was a time of intense expansion for Lee as the company ventured into casual wear. Lee expanded its presence throughout the '60s, spreading to 51 countries and consolidating with VF Corporation in 1969.
The company continued to expand its fashion lines throughout the '70s, '80s and '90s, launching Lee National Denim Day® in 1996. Today's Lee is all about bringing more fits, styles, finishes, features and choices than ever before to market.
Red Kap Mens DuraKap Industrial Work Pant - B01DAQKQ5Y