Eastern Mountain Sports Ranger Pants

Priced: $49.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 14 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Ranger Pants
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Color: Khaki
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Eastern Mountain Sports Ranger Pants - Made with rugged cotton canvas, our Ranger Pants provide classic style, durability, and everyday comfort.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • Made from microsanded cotton canvas for all-day comfort and durability


  • Fixed straight waistband with belt loops


  • Zipper and “1967” logo-button closure (Eastern Mountain Sports opened in ’67)


  • Diamond-shaped crotch gusset for comfort


  • Two rear patch pockets


  • Straight legs
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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Front rise:11.5 in.; back rise
Inseam:32 in.
Inseam/regular:32 in.

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Eastern Mountain Sports Ranger Pants Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

My go to non-work pants

After a thorough search I landed on these pants, mostly because the price was lower than most other options I was looking at. The material and quality is nice, and they have held up well after a few washes, a little baggier than I would like, but that makes them more comfortable I guess. They did shrink a little after the first wash which improved the fit for me. Overall a solid pant and good color options
Khameleon at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2013

New favorite pants.

Great pants. Fit me perfect. I usually don't order pants online because 90% I end up sending them back because they don't fit or I just don't like them. I am picky. With these, I ordered 2 more pair. Straight leg. I am a 33" or 33-1/2" inseam and the longs are perfect.
Ed at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2012

Durable but large

Good quality but the seat is huge and long. I'm 6'3" so I went with the long for the longer inseam - but I think they lengthen the crotch area also?! While I do have a small butt, I find the seat much larger than other pants.
Elicon at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Really like these pants

I really like these pants. I will say I bought the 34 Long pair and found them to be a little snug, I ordered the 36L and they feel just right. I normally wear 34/34s. Thinking of buying the tan ones as well.
kouts at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Canvas Comfort

Nice pants, loose fit in the legs and soft supple heavy canvas. The cloth weave is thick thread so they are not dressy at least in khaki which I always wear in the woods because of ticks.
Jim the woods walker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2012

Great Pants

These are very comfortable, rugged pants. I ordered the 30 Short version and they felt great out of the package. After the first wash they did shrink a bit, but not terribly. They still fit.
Tres at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2012

Comfortable style

Ideal for fall hiking and golf. Plenty of room in the seat and pockets. The backside pockets could be higher because when seated, my wallet is directly under my hip bone. Uncomfortable.
Link968 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2013

Good fit, comfortable and stylish

Nice causal pants between chinos and jeans. Heavier weave than my Izod chinos but lighter than jeans. Has a subtle weave pattern. Great medium gray color.
Scott at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2013

Great pants!

These pants work as jeans and as casual wear for weekend or business. Very well made and comfortable. Own two pairs in different colors.
AndyRo at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2013


Wear to work, almost pass for business casual. Great for a hike after work too, seem to breath well and have a nice fit.
Tayhota at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Sizing way off

Very good quality, poor sizing.
Karl at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013