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Our bread and butter, the khaki is a casual yet refined pant that typically features slant pockets, a zip fly and visible stitching. Khakis started out as a military uniform — but we were the first to bring them to the office in 1986, paving the way for a widespread movement of business casual attire for men.
Cargo Pants & Shorts
Military-style garments originally designed for tough, outdoor activities. Their calling cards are patch pockets affixed to their legs. These khaki shorts and pants offer extra utilitarian value.
A cotton twill pant named for being originally made in China, chinos are a lot like khakis, but tend to have a slimmer cut, more streamlined pockets and invisible stitching.
Tapered pants with an elastic leg opening that falls just above the ankle. They’re great for showing off sneakers.
Short pants that reach only to the thigh or knee. Men’s shorts were once considered casual-only, but now they’re being worn by more guys to more momentous occasions.