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Prada Pants: gray / charcoal wool flat front 32/33 marked (EUR) 48

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Sartyroialist, Jan 3, 2016.

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  1. Sartyroialist

    Sartyroialist Active Member

    Jan 30, 2014
    Like many other folks on SF - I'm doing some closet cleaning!

    These pants are in like-new condition. The zipper says Prada, and the buttons are horn. The wool is a very pleasing dark-charcoal, with fibers that are evenly mixed light, and dark. It's a very nice fabric. But the 11.5" thighs don't fit me quite well enough for me to keep them (I road bike a bit). So, I thought I'd list them here in the hopes they'll be a good fit for someone else.

    These pants have no issues other than the waist having been taken in about a half inch, and all the original material is still inside the seam, so it could be let out about another inch, or so.

    I've hand measured the sizes below.

    Marked size: 48 (European size)

    Handmeasured: 32.5" waist 33" inseam.

    (measurements taken when laid flat)

    Waist 16.5"
    Hips 20"
    Front Rise 10.5"
    Back Rise 16
    Thigh 11.5
    Knee 9.5
    Leg opening 8.5
    Inseam 33
    Outseam 42

    There is ~ 1" of material to let out in the cuff.

    Thanks for looking!
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2016
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