You can stay stylish at any age, and trust me at 46, staying contemporary with how my clothes looks is something I am conscious of, every time I shop! Thanks to the fine folks over at Lee Jeans, I was able to try out a pair of their Dungarees Cargo Shorts.
A little over a month ago, I was able to attend a blogging conference called Dad 2.0 Summit, where Lee Jeans became one of the fantastic sponsors of the event. While they did have an event area set up, I admittedly was a little shy in trying anything on there while at the conference. I was able to connect with them after the event, and I was provided with a pair of Cargo Shorts for the purpose of this review.
The Performance Cargo Short is designed to do just that — perform. With the perfect combination of moisture wicking and no-iron technology, these shorts have you covered. We’ve even included a media pocket just behind the cargo pockets, so no more fumbling through pockets for your devices!
- Overall Fit: Relaxed
- Rise: Just below the waist (14″)
- Length: At the knee (11″)
- Collection: Lee Dungarees
- Features: No Iron
- Closure: Snap, Zip-Fly
- Number of Pockets: 6
- Back Pocket Style: Cargo, Flap
These things are comfortable, and having a built it belt, keeps me from having to search for one every time I want to wear these. I like cargo shorts, they are purposeful and stylish allowing you to have comfort and design in the same package.
Definitely check out Lee Jeans here, where you can find out about all the product lines they have, and how to accessorize your wardrobe to make you the person of the hour, no matter where you need to go.
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