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Epaulet Slim Walt Merino Wool Trouser

  • Material:
    Merino Wool
    Colors Available:
    Cadey Grey, Air Force Blue
    Woven in Italy, this gorgeous fabric is 100% worsted Australian merino wool. It's an excellent Fall/Winter piece with a medium weight that sits between a standard wool dress trouser and a heavier wool flannel trouser.

    The merino wool has a soft hand and solid drape. It's composed of worsted yarn that's combed flat before weaving, ensuring that all of the fibers run in the same direction and giving the trouser a smooth finish. Merino is excellent at regulating body temperature and keeps the wearer warm without overheating. We really love the versatility of these trousers. On one hand, they can be a straight-ahead conservative dress trouser. But the slightly thicker merino texture and the unexpected color makes these a great casual piece. We'd certainly wear them with Alden boots and tartan flannel shirt.

    The "Walt" is a slim trouser with a lot of consideration given to the fit. It's plain front with no pleats, and front-lined to the knee. The legs are slim but not too tight. The medium rise is comfortable to wear and keeps your shirt tucked in if you want it tucked. They're beautifully constructed with an inner waist curtain, taped & finished seams, and a split back waistband. These pants are meant to be worn for years, and the split waistband allows your tailor to perfectly take in or let out the waist up to 1.5". The inseam is finished at a plain-bottom 34", but this can be let out another inch if you need it.

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