Men - Pants & Shorts

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How to Measure

WAIST
Remove your belt. Measure your waist where you normally wear your pants. (Subtract 1" if you’re measuring over clothes.)
HIPS
Stand with your heels together, and measure around the fullest part of your hips, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
INSEAM
Select a pair of your best-fitting pants of a similar material. Lay the pants flat and measure from the center of the crotch to the bottom of one leg. The number of inches, to the nearest half-inch, is the inseam length.
REGULAR, LONG, SHORT OR BIG
Rise is the distance from your front waist to your back waist by way of your crotch.
  • Regular Rise- 5'8" - 6'0" tall, with hips and chest of equal width.
  • Long Rise- 6'1" or taller, high -waisted, or want more "depth". Garment is 12" longer in the rise than the regular rise.
  • Short Rise- 5'7" or under, with a short torso. Garment is 12" shorter in the rise than the regular rise.
  • Big- 5'8" - 6'0" tall, with a less athletic profile. Pockets and other details increase in size for the right proportion.
  • Big/Tall- 6'1" - 6'3" tall, with a less athletic profile. Garment is 12" longer in the rise than a regular rise.
Size Waist Hips
Small 28
30
71
76
34
36
86
91
Medium 32
34
81
86
38
40
90
102
Large 36
38
91
98
42
44
107
112
X-Large 40
42
102
107
45 1/2
47 12
116
119
XX-Large 44
46
112
117
48 1/2
50 12
123
127
2XL 46
48
47 1/2
49
121
124
3XL 50
52
50 1/2
52
128
132
4XL 54
56
53 1/2
55
134
140

CUFFING & HEMMING

Fit Cuffing Hemming
Short to 32to 81 to 34to 86
Regular to 34to 86 to 36to 91
Long to 36to 91 to 38to 97
We will be pleased to cuff or hem your trousers and pants FREE OF CHARGE. Please keep in mind these guidelines: