I just got a few pairs of these for wearing to the office - they're very comfortable. True to size, and slim fitting, they're just a little bit stretchy so they remain comfortable throughout the day. They 98% cotton, 2% spandex, so not a dress pant by any means, but the darker colors especially still look smart enough for normal Silicon Valley office wear.
They are fairly easy to take care of although certainly not wrinkle free. I find that getting them out of a hot, not too over stuffed dryer immediately allows me to hang and wear them, but if I let them sit, it takes some ironing to get the wrinkles out. The ankles are fairly small so these are not the greatest with Chelsea style boots, best with oxfords or loafers, or boots that lace up a bit further. They get hung up on both pairs of boots I have, so tend to wear them with low top shoes.
These are a new style for 2015 and are cut a bit more casually than the Aiden Chinos that are also still available. The Pants are a more modern slimmer cut and the Chinos lack the Spandex for stretch. The Chinos are slightly fancier, I suppose, but I always find that a little pointless in office wear, because if you want to look "nicer" than this, get a real pair of wool or treated cotton slacks that hang like dress pants should. The Aiden fit Chinos have always been the slimmer of the bunch but these Pants are cut even more slim, especially in the front.
The Aiden Pants also look great as an alternative to jeans for after work or weekend wear. They list at $69.50 but no one shops at BR without a coupon - Usually there is 40% off on Wednesdays.
Silicon Valley Dad, who loves cars, cooking, clothes and cameras