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Pronto Uomo Brown Classic Fit Slacks

Reg. $129.99



Reg. $139.99



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Description & Features
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— Pant size: - waist


Keep your Men's Wearhouse pant creases as crisp as the day they were first pressed.

  • Looks sharp, even when you're traveling
  • Durable enough for all-season wear
  • Withstands repeated washing, dry-cleaning, and daily use
  • Only $10 per pant


Get your unfinished bottom pants hemmed or cuffed when you order from us online.

Please allow an additional 4-6 days for alterations.

How to Measure Your Inseam

Take a pair of pants that fits you well, with a similar style to the pair you're buying:

  1. Lay the pants on their side on a flat surface, keeping the legs together
  2. Fold one leg up, over the waistband
  3. Locate the spot where the seam on the leg intersects the seam on the crotch
  4. From that point, take the measurement straight down the seam to the bottom of the pant
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Description & Features

These classic wool slacks feature a tonal tic pattern and double pleats. With a slightly fuller cut they offer a flattering drape for all body types.

  • 100% wool
  • Classic Fit
  • Lined to the knee
  • Pleated
  • Unfinished bottom
  • Imported
  • Dry Clean Only


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Buying Your First Suit

Buying Your First Suit

Pronto Uomo Brown Classic Fit Slacks is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Classic fit I bought this because it stated classic fit, but that must mean some weird tailoring for the rear crotch area.  I bought a 66", which I thought with the "Classic" would be  a fuller seat for when I sit down.  Instead, it turned into a super wedgie and part of the seam seperated.  I'm not sure who these are designed for, but for a 66", this is the third pair of slacks with the worst fit.  I don't think I will return.
Date published: 2014-03-15