Haggar began way back in 1926 and quickly developed a reputation for comfort and quality becoming the #1 pant brand in America by 1970. Haggar continued to innovate in the industry introducing 100% Wrinkle Free Cotton in 1992, followed by Premium No Iron Khakis in 2015, there is no wonder Haggar is #1 selling dress and casual pants in the country. Chris has been wearing Haggar No Iron Khakis as his choice of dress pants to work for years. He loves the combination of durable cotton combined with the comfort and no iron features of the polyester and spandex.
We were not aware of Haggar’s line of Cool 18 casual shorts until recently and when offered the opportunity to try them, Chris jumped at the chance. These shorts are nicer than the normal cargo shorts he wears day to day, perfect for church, a nice dinner and even for just hanging out and relaxing. He loves the feel of polyester so since these are 100% polyester we knew he would love them.
These shorts are also moisture wicking, machine washable, iron free (I love this!) and they have a hidden expandable waistband. The line of Cool 18 shorts are available in many patterns, we chose the Simple Plaid (top picture) and Windowpane Plaid (bottom picture), both patterns are very versatile and will go well with many designs of button up shirts and polos. Haggar has a collection of pants and shorts that are perfect for any dad, grandfather or grad.
- Dads who go from work to the golf course
- The traveling dad
- The environmentally-conscious dad
- The dapper dad (or one who just needs an upgrade to that old suit jacket)
Haggar apparel can be purchased directly from haggar.com as well as Amazon and many brick and mortar stores near you, check them out today. I know you can’t wait to get your hands on a pair of Haggar pants or shorts so Queen of Reviews has teamed up with Haggar to offer one pair of your choice to three of my lucky readers. Just enter using the Giveaway Tools widget below and be sure to show Haggar some love on facebook, twitter and Instagram. Good luck!
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