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Mid rise, relaxed fitting trousers with a slight taper cut from a blended stretch cotton/wool twill in a smokey shade of greenish grey. Feature a zip fly with a two-point button closure, dual pleats at the waistline, front slash pockets, and rear welt pockets. The gentle taper from the knee to hem offers a composed formal silhouette that is nicely contrasted by the textural nature of the twill, a traditionally utilitarian fabric. Finished with a crease running the length of the leg and a blind stitched hem creating a sense of easy elegance that is easy to dress up or down. - Made in Turkey - 49% cotton, 27% polyester, 22% wool, 2% elastane - Relaxed fit, tapered - Machine wash or dry clean - SASCHA IS 6', 180LBS AND WEARS SIZE 33
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