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Landau Proflex Men's Utility Drawstring Cargo Scrub Pant

Item #: (LA-2103)

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Get the comfort you’ve longed for in ProFlex by Landau Men's 2103 Utility Drawstring Cargo Scrub Pant. With its flat front waistband with back elastic and interior drawstring tie closure and multiple pockets, storage and comfort go hand in hand.


  • Internal drawstring
  • Two front angled patch pockets, one back pocket, and triple cargo Pockets
  • Logo tape accessory loop
  • Inseam length: 31.5 inches
  • Modern Tailored Fit- Tapered to flatter your shape without limiting movement
  • Logo tape accessory loop
  • Straight leg: 18" opening
  • Our ProFlex performance stretch twill offers 2-way stretch for flexibility while maintaining vibrant colors with a silky feel and all day breathable comfort for your medical uniforms. 73% Poly/ 25% Rayon/ 2% Spandex
  • 73% polyester/25% rayon/2% spandex
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How to Measure: Determining the accurate size for your body is half the struggle. A perfect fit scrub does not only look smart and professional but also keeps you comfortable for thise long tiring days. Grab a measuring tape and get started. Make sure you grab the tape straight and snug not tight to your body.

  • A - Waist: Keep the tape loose and measure around your natural waistline.
  • B - Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hip.
  • C - Length: Measure from where the shoulder meets the neck to the bottom hem of the garment.
  • D - Inseam: Measure from the crotch to the bottom.

Customers reviews (15)

Soft and comfy

These pants are soft and extremely comfortable for 12+ hour shifts!

Great comfortable pants

These pants have been great for me since I am now working at home. They are comfortable, flexible and they don't look to casual like pajama pants, and I can still wear them in public. They are excellent for working at home.

Most Comfortable Pants

I was very impressed with these pants. They have a nice stretch, but not too much. Also, they don't wrinkle after washing. They fit well and are comfortable to wear. I also really like the cargo pocket.

The new normal for scrubs

I guess I didn't really know what I was missing out on until I got these scrubs. They are soft and lightweight, as well as durable and comfortable. I felt that they were made well, and they have a nice stretch to them as I move around during my day. There are other brands with similar quality at double and even triple the price, so I think this is the best value for money when buying scrubs


This cargo pant material feels very good and comfortable. Having Six pockets is great. The size was perfect.

The ONLY scrub pants I wear!!!!

First, the cotton is so much more comfortable than most of the scrubs out there which are largely made of polyester and other synthetic fabrics. Second, the quality of these is excellent. They have yet to lose their original shape or elasticity of the waistband. These particular pants have tons of roomy pockets, which allows me to carry my phone, keys, wallet, etc. in comfort.


This cargo pant material feels very good and comfortable. Having Six pockets is great. The size was perfect.

Scrap what you thought about Scrubs!

When I received my complimentary pair of Landau ProFlex Men's Cargo Pant, my expectation was that it would be a slight variant of the original green scrubs we were introduced to decades ago. These pants are so much more than scrub pants. They are comfortable and light and have six pockets to hold what we carry with us on the job, at home, or out and about. Those in the healthcare sector, especially these days, are working harder and longer than they ever have, and these pants are prepared to stand up to the challenge. My only concern, and it's minor, is that the back pocket developed small fuzzed lint balls (like sweaters do) the first day I wore them (it may have been the coat I wore that day rubbed the area more than usual). Other than that, I have washed them three times and they look like new. No need for ironing, and you can wear them without anyone noticing they aren't your typical scrub-type pant.

Great material and waistband is great

The material and cargo pockets are great. The only problem I had was the main thigh pockets are really shallow.

Small Pockets

The fit and feel of the fabric and cut is terrific. I ware these for 13+ hours a day and I love them. The only problem I see is the extremely shallow side pockets. Small phone or wallet doesn't even stay in them. They are basically useless pockets

Very Comfortable Fittign Scrubs

Pants have a nice fit and form factor. comparable to some other pants I've had from different manufacturers. Has some nice pockets and areas to store different things.

Could be better!

These scrubs were relatively OK. I have no complaints but I do have recommendations. These could be more comfortable and more true to size. They do run slightly large, which is OK. It's not some thing that's super out of my control. However, they could definitely use some tweaks such as more comfortability, less cargo style pants, and more utilization of pockets rather than having two bulky ones near the knees.


Very comfortable for long work days.

Very nice fabric

Love this new fabric , feels very soft to touch and breathes well. Nice bit of stretch too . Front pockets too small though, afraid my keys and cell phone will fall out when I sit down. Back pocket needs a button too, don't want to lose wallet either. Overall not bad just would not want if you carry a big set of keys or cellphone every day.

Good Pants with Flaws

I'll start with the good: I love the fit and feel of these pants. I wanted to love them, because they are by far the most comfortable scrub pants that I've owned. Unfortunately, there were a couple of glaring flaws for me. The first is pocket depth. The front pockets are shallow, and the material is rather slick. Every time I sat down, things would slip out of my pockets and I found myself chasing supplies all over the floor. The same held true for the cargo pocket. That leads to my second issue: 1 cargo pocket. With only one cargo pocket (right pant leg), I felt off balance. I tend to use both cargo pockets on my existing scrubs, and I found myself attempting to place items in a pocket that didn't exist. Because of those two things, I wouldn't recommend these pants. It's sad, because they have such potential.

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