Men's 100% Cotton Plaid Flannel Button-Front Pajamas
Would be great for taller man.
Christmas gift for husband. Product is very nice. Will need to hem pants about 4 inches. Well worth it for the quality product. Love the color and husband loves the sizing.
December 28, 2013
Warm and Comfy
Men's flannel pajamas are impossible to find
in our local stores. The pajamas from Vermont
Country Store are wonderful and with the free
shipping at Christmas - there was no question-
had to buy them!
December 28, 2013
Poor Quality, Very Disappointing
OK, to be fair, I somehow misunderstood the whole "drawstring waist" thing. I think that after conducting an endless search for high-quality flannel pajamas for my 89-year old father, I must have been tired. He can dress and undress himself with a bit of effort, but needs large buttons or snaps on shirts, and easy-on and easy-off pants. These p.j.s did not meet expectations. The flannel was thin. There was one snap on the fly of the pajama pants. What made me send them back, though, was the cheesy drawstring; I guess I thought that the waistline would also have some elastic....nope. If there's anyone out there that makes incredibly high-quality, ultra warm (older folks tend to be cold, even in summer) pajamas, I would buy them -- have searched everywhere and would be happy to pay a premium price for a premium product. Perhaps I'll have to start my own company, because Dad also needs underwear, shirts, pants, shoes, etc. :)
October 10, 2013
Perfect size, perfect fit, very comfortable
I'm 6'2" male average build and these PJs are exactly what I'm looking for. The PJ legs are long and are not as prone to run up the leg during the night. The PJ top have long sleeves and a button at the neck line to keep snug if needed. The cloth is comfortably warm, but not so thick that one would overheat. Also, there is a snap button at the crotch with tie-strings at the waist rather than elastic that can bind or be too tight.
Since I've only had these PJs a couple of weeks, I can not speak as yet for how durable the PJs are after multiple washes.
October 8, 2013
Not durable at all.
Wonderfully comfortable, and my wife admired them. But I got them in mid-September, and in mid-December the seat ripped open, a rip a foot long, just to the side of the center seam. Pajamas should last more than two months.
December 19, 2012