They’re Back: Jack Donnelly

Cue the AC/DC music…

Some of my oldest friends are back: Jack Donnelly has re-emerged, and are back in the Khakis game.  They have relocated to Austin, redesigned their khakis, and relaunched with a whole new feel.

I got my hands on a couple pairs of their slim fits, and here’s what I like:  First off, they shortened the rise a little, which is good for pick-up football games.  Second, the slim is truly a slim fit – not skinny, but a much more bespoke feel.  Lastly, the fabric has a good, medium weight that will hold it’s shape.  I went ahead and washed my pairs, dried for ~10 minutes on low, and hung overnight.  I’m taking them to the tailor and getting them no-break-ed.

On the khaki spectrum, these are more of a dressy choice, ones that I’ll wear with bit loafers, mocs, and Allbirds (and skip the boots).  I’ll post fit pictures once I get them back from the tailor.

Oh – and what’s better?  Use code RCS for 20% off.  Get some:

Jack Donnelly khakis are available on their website.



  1. 09/26/2018 / 9:08 AM

    Are they still being manufactured by All-American Khakis in Thompson, GA?

  2. JP
    09/26/2018 / 9:20 AM

    yikes, Khakis? Feel like this a gap ad

  3. ben
    09/26/2018 / 12:24 PM

    Why didn’t you take the photos on their website?
    These are the most unappealing fit pictures – the pants look like they are hand-me-downs from a brother. Too tight or too short.
    The original fit photos are awful.

    • Trip
      09/27/2018 / 10:59 AM

      Yeah, but how do you really feel?

    • BCM
      09/27/2018 / 6:10 PM

      I have to agree with Ben. Based on what I see on their website, I would never pony up $125 for their khakis. Why not just shop at Sid Mashburn or Miller Bros.? Or, go straight to the source and buy direct from All-American Khakis in Thomson, GA. The $100+ khaki market is over-saturated. 

    09/26/2018 / 3:45 PM

    Are these made in USA?

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