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Product Description

The original Chefwear pant! The Baggy Chef Pants revolutionized culinary apparel with its unisex, elastic waist style and continues to be the choice for chefs today. The 100% cotton twill provides you with the softest feel and the generous cut offers more room for ease of movement. You'll stay cool and comfortable all shift long.

  • 6.0 oz, 100% cotton twill
  • 3" elastic waistband with drawstring
  • Four extra deep pockets, front and back
  • Tapered ankles
  • Roomier fit
  • 32.5" inseam
  • Sizes XS-5X

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Size Chart


Size Chest Waist
XS 31-34 25-27
S 35-38 28-30
M 39-42 32-34
L 43-46 36-38
XL 47-50 40-42
2X 51-54 44-46
3X 55-58 48-50
4X 59-62 52-54
5X 63-66 56-58

How to Measure

CHEST: The measurement over the fullest part of the chest.

WAIST: The measurement of the smallest indentation of the natural waistline.

HIPS: The measurement of the fullest curve of the hip or approximately 8" below the waistline.

INSEAM/INSIDE LEG: The measurement from the top of the inner thigh down to 1" below the ankle bone.

Chefwear Slim Fit


Customer Reviews

Average Rating

4.4 out of 5
Based on 45 reviews
91% would recommend this item to a friend.




Great fit! Great style! Comfy and durable for a very very busy kitchen!

Good fit


Super comfortable even for long shifts. Snug around the calves and ankle, but won't bunch around the knee and it's great for riding my bike to work.

Fryer cook


The baggie cotton pants from chef where are the best pants for working in the kitchen do not buy dickies anymore

Baggy pants


I did not realize when I ordered that the "baggy" pants were actually skinny pants. I don't like the new fashion of super skinny pants, so I figured the baggy would work, but apparently, the word baggy has changed its meaning over the past several years. I will be Ordering my chef pants elsewhere from now on.



Comfortable pants make working an 8-12 hour shift in a hot kitchen doable

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