WGHP in Greensboro, N.C., puts Pajama Jeans to the test and find that they both wear and wash well, but recommend ordering a size up. WXIA in Atlanta has a different experience, with their tester giving the pants two thumbs down, mainly due to the poor fit on her body and the running dye. WGRZ in Buffalo, N.Y., tries out Pajama Jeans, and while their tester likes them well enough to wear to casual outings, she's not sure they're worth the $40 price tag. Customers on HSN.com and Amazon.com review Pajama Jeans, and many complain about how difficult it is to find the right size for a flattering fit. Those who have the proper size like the pants, but suggest washing them on their own.