Men's Nylon Tricot Pajamas
The best PJs out there.
My husband has used these PJs for many years. The nylon lasts forever, but the elastic doesn't. Very comfortable for sleeping.
June 5, 2015
These are the best for sleeping between the sheets.
They dont grab the sheets when turning over in the bed.
They are also handsome to wear before bed.
And they feel like silk against the skin.
All pajamas should be this great.
The legs are a little too long but that is the only thing wrong.
If these were offered in short and tall lengths it would be great,
but for a six foot man, they are to long.
But sill loving them.
April 13, 2015
The fabric of the men's nylon tricot pajamas is very good quality. The problem is in sizing -- esp. the sleeve length. The regular size has the right leg length, but sleeves that stop half-way between the elbow and the wrist. It isn't something to be too concerned about if you don't use the pajamas to lounge in; but if you do, better toss on a light robe so you don't look like you got the wrong size.
April 3, 2015
just what we wanted
good fit and a quality product. Was just what we wanted.
March 3, 2015
size and fabric perfect
sizing was perfect for my 92 year old father - fabric comfortable
February 27, 2015
Catalog picture was misleading.
The color as depicted online was different from the actual item color. I returned the item. But their misleading picture cost me $10 in lost shipping expenses.
February 19, 2015
I need three more pair.
Exactly what I wanted. I need three more pair. One blue strip and two burgundy striped or green if you have green. size is 2X
February 4, 2015
good but not great .
I have been wearing these nylon PJ 's for decades and love their silky feel and quick drying feature but the quality has declined recently. I have 2 pair that I purchased from you in 2007 that have no defects despite lots of washing. The
one I purchased in 2013 has a front placket is "open" and the grey lining is hanging out. Also on the newer ones the neck label is oversize and "sticks" my neck. (I cut the labels off to cure my problem.)
I would think your Chinese supplier could alter these defects using a lock stitch on the placket and sew the label all around so it doesn't stick out on when the op wearer moves around in bed.
I haven't warn my new nylon PJ's that I gave myself for Christmas but they feel and look good.
A long time customer starting in Portland, OR in the '70s.
January 6, 2015