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Epaulet
Walt Trouser Tobacco Cavalry Twill

$195.00 $275.00
SALE

PLEASE NOTE: All markdown items are FINAL SALE

 

Item Sizing Construction & Origin Mike's Notes
The Walt is a slim trouser with great consideration given to fit. It has a plain front, medium rise, split back-waistband and tab-closure. Meant to be worn for years, each trouser is front-lined to the knee and features an inner waist curtain to keep your shirt tucked in. The split waistband allows a tailor to take them in or let them out up to 1.5". Each pair is hand-assembled in New York City. We are confident they will be some of the best trousers you have ever owned.

All measurements are shown in inches. Waist is measured with the waistband laid flat and doubled. Thigh is measured from the lowest point of the crotch (laid flat) straight across the thigh. Leg opening is the width of the bottom hem. Rise is measured from the lowest point of the crotch (laid flat) to the top of the waistband.

+ Measurements

Size 28

Size 30 Size 32 Size 33 Size 34 Size 36
WAIST     29" 31" 33" 34" 35" 37"
THIGH     11" 11.5" 12" 12.25" 12.5" 12.75"
LEG OPENING 7.5" 7.75" 8" 8" 8.25" 8.5"
RISE 10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
INSEAM 34" 34" 34" 34" 34" 34"

 

Epaulet trousers are a true labor of love. As with every item in our in-house collection, they have excellent materials, meticulous craftsmanship, fair pricing, and a well-executed fit. Each pair is hand-assembled with old school construction at a venerable trouser house in New York City. We're confident that these will be some of the best trousers you will ever own. 

 

100% Wool | Made in USA

The classic drape of wool meets the fortitude of cotton in our new Cavalry Twill trouser. In the days before wool was unfairly written into the "dress pant" corner, this was the staple men reached for when real work had to get done. This only makes more sense given the cozy warmth wool is known for. Not that we're throwing away our best cotton twills, but when the temperature drops, you'll notice which fabric came from the back of a mountain sheep.