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FS: hickey Charcoal Twill Pants - 34

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Brothersport, May 20, 2012.

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  1. Brothersport

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    Hi guys,

    I am doing some quick closet cleaning and I'd like to see if anyone would like to try out a pair of cheap hickey trousers. These don't fit me anymore, and I only wore them a couple of times after I bought them on B&S here a couple of years back.

    hickey is the now-defunct younger line of Hickey Freeman that made pretty decent stuff with more modern silhouettes. These pants are now substantially too big for me, so I'm wondering if anyone wants to give them a shot on the cheap.

    There are no signs of wear or anything. The inside of the waistband shows the product of some tailoring work, as the pants were let out and then taken back in at the waist. Shouldn't be visible or affect anything while wearing.

    Let me know if you have any questions or offers.

    • 100% wool (charcoal twill)
    • button fly with a hook and other button closure
    • Tartan pockets bags and curtains
    • Split curtained waistband
    • Made in Thailand
    • Waist: 17.75"
    • Front rise: 11.0"
    • Inseam: 28.5" with 2.25" underneath
    • Hem: 8.3"
     

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