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Ralph Lauren Purple Label RLPL pants: navy cotton, pleated, cuffed, size 32

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

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  1. Sartyroialist

    Sartyroialist Active Member

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    These pants are in like-new condition, with only one small issue. There appears to be a very small light smudge on the (pant's) left front waistband. This is hardly noticeable by eye (pointed out by the pencil in the picture), and never seen under a belt.

    The fabric is a very pleasing deep navy. But these have never been my style. So, I thought I'd list them here in the hopes they'll be a good fit for someone else.

    The hems have been finished as cuffs. Given the rises, the inseam of 30" fits me, at 5" 10", perfectly.
    I've hand measured the sizes below.

    Marked size: 32

    Handmeasured: 15 3/4" waist 30" inseam

    (measurements taken when laid flat)

    Half Waist 15 3/4"
    Half Hips 22"
    Front Rise 11 1/4"
    Back Rise 16"
    Half thigh 13 1/2"
    half knee 10 1/2"
    leg opening 9"
    Inseam 30"
    Outseam 40 1/2"

    There is ~ 4.5" of material in the cuff, to let out, if you let the cuff completely down.

    Thanks for looking, and feel free to ask me any questions about these pants.
     
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