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Gray Chino Pants

$48.73

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  • Pants Style
     
    Straight Cut Straight Cut
    Slim Slim
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  • Crotch Style
     
    Standard Standard
    Low Riding Crotch Low Riding Crotch
  • Waist Style
     
    Belt Loops Belt Loops
    Buckle Side Adjusters Buckle Side Adjusters
    Button Side Adjusters Button Side Adjusters
  • Back Pockets
     
    No Pockets No Pockets
    Left Left
    Right Right
    Two Pockets Two Pockets
  • Pants Cuff
     
    No Cuff No Cuff
    Cuff Cuff
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Sizing Options

Measure Your Body (recommended)

Use our simple step-by-step guide to measure your body.

  • Pants Waist

    This measurement is different to the waist measurement you take for a shirt or jacket (around the stomach). The Pants Waist measurment is taken around your waist at the point where you normally wear your pants. Some people wear their pants high and others low. So first determine where on your waist your normally wear your pants, and then measure around the waist at that point.

  • Hips

    Measure around the hip and buttocks at the widest point.

  • Crotch

    For this measurement, the tape measure needs to go through the legs. Start at the middle front of your pants waistline and run the tape measure under your legs round to the top of your buttocks. Finish the measurement at the center of your pants waistline.

  • Pants Length

    Measure the fell length of your pants down the side, starting from the very top. Measure down to the top of your foot, and where you would like your pants to end. You can also measure an existing pair of pants. Pants will be made to this exact measurement.

  • Thigh

    Measure around the thigh

  • Knee

    Wrap the tape measure around the knee. Keep the leg relatively straight for this measurement.

  • Calf

    Measure around the calf at the widest point. This is usually about 3/4 up the lower leg.

  • Pants Bottom

    This measurement varies a lot on the style of pants you want. Measure across the bottom hem of one of the legs of the pants. This will determine how tight your pants will be around your ankle. Note this measurement cannot always be followed exactly, as it depends heavily on your calf measurement. As we do not use stretchy fabrics, and must follow the contours of the pants pattern, we may have to make slight adjustments.