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FXD Pants for Men

FXD Pants

Get kitted out and ready for the job with FXD pants, performance pants or jeans for work that still look stylish and feel comfortable.

FXD, or Function by Design, is a workwear brand that produces functional workwear pants that not only offer premium quality and durability but also look good too, meaning that you dont have to compromise on style while youre working.


FXD pants are made from pre-shrunk cotton, meaning that the material wont shrink or change when you wash them. They feature stretch panels for the ultimate movement and comfort, so any jobs that involve bending, kneeling or stretching wont be a problem.

Built to endure your heavy working schedule, FXD jeans are made from superior stretch denim, which doesnt restrict your movement. They also feature reinforced knees and heel pads for any heavy duty work or kneeling.

Additional Functionality

All FXD brand pants and jeans are reinforced with triple stitch seams and any stress points feature bar-tacks, which are additional stitches built to withstand hard wear.

The pants and jeans even feature specially designed pockets for easily storing small parts or important tools, to keep your jeans working as hard as you do. The pockets feature double layer internal bags and are reinforced to make them as strong and long-lasting as the pants or jeans themselves.


FXD pants and jeans are designed to combine functionality and style to ensure that you are looking good while working hard.

FXD pants come in a range of neutral colours and easy to wear styles. Their shapes come in regular cargo styles, straight legs, and tapered legs that provide both style and comfort, as well as the cuffs designed to fit easily into boots.

If you prefer a tighter fit, the range of FXD jeans is a little slimmer and more fitted, while still maintaining all of the useful features you need while youre on the job.

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