Robin Jeans Cargo Pants Review
If you are a fan of hip-hop music, you might have noticed that Chief Keef is promoting his upcoming album titled “Chameleon” on the road. The rap star reportedly wore a white V-neck tee shirt and white Nike Air Force 1s during a recent performance in Baltimore. He rounded up the ensemble with a pair of Fendi belts and a moncler Hubert jacket.
Robin Jean’s Montana Smk cargo pants are a menswear staple. Featuring the requisite five cargo pockets and buckle adjusters, these bad boys are made from cotton/elastex and finished off with the gold touch. Although they may look cheap, you’ll be surprised to find that they’re actually quite well made and will last you a while. In fact, they are one of the few jeans I’ve owned that have retained their shape and are still in good condition.
While it may be no secret that denim is a durable and flexible material, it isn’t always the best choice for everyday wear. Denim can be susceptible to color bleeding and a few mishaps here and there can lead to an expensive repair bill. Thankfully, you don’t have to fret because Robin Jean has a preowned and refurbished program that will take care of all your needs. They also have a stellar customer service department that is always willing to help out.
Not to mention the many pairs of high-end denim that are waiting for you at ROBIN JEAN. These are the kind of jeans you’d expect to find on the shelves of an elite department store, and for a fraction of the cost. Their website is also a wealth of information, featuring a “buy now” button, which will take you directly to their e-commerce site. For an even more personalized shopping experience, they also have an online customer chat feature. Alternatively, you can always stop by their store in Baltimore.
Aside from the usual suspects, Robin has introduced a new line of cargo style predator jeans. This line of premium stretch denim pants features the aforementioned “Raptor” branded teeming with the “Mens esq” logo as well as a patent pending stud-adorned “Raptor” logo on the rear. One of the most awe-inspiring things about these cargo clad pants is that they are actually made in the USA, a feat that isn’t often seen these days.