Flexi Waist Stretch Trousers
Flexi Waist Stretch Trousers – Once you have worn Flexi Waist – You will never go back to plain old Strides again
Comfort +Comfort + Comfort = Your new Going Out Strides
These Trousers exactly match The Benchmark Jacket and gets you into a nice looking suit at a fraction of the normal cost
In Black, Charcoal and Navy and sizes from 77cm to 132 cm – Every one can look good and feel comfortable – Nice!!!
(Ladies seem to like these ones too?)
Maybe a Vest to Zhooz is up a little more – You’ll be done up like a dogs dinner Mate
Style: Flat front, two side and two back pockets, flexi waist. Our innovative ‘flexi waist’ allows the garment to sit flat on the body which allows movement around the waist providing great comfort.
Fabric: 70% Polyester, 28% Viscose, 2% Elastane
Trousers, also spelled trowsers, also called pants or slacks, an outer garment covering the lower half of the body from the waist to the ankles and divided into sections to cover each leg separately. In attempting to define trousers, historians often explain that if any portion of a garment passed between the legs, it was an ancestor of this garment. Thus defined, trousers can be traced to ancient times and were especially common among equestrian peoples such as the Scythians and Mongols.
Until the end of the 18th century, bifurcated European garments took forms such as breeches, knickerbockers, and pantaloons. By 1820 trousers as they are known today had come into general use among men. Since then they have been the basic style of dress for men, varying from the narrow cut to the extremely wide Oxford bags of 1924.
Within Western society, trousers were long regarded as masculine apparel. Although 19th-century dress reformers tried to introduce trousers for women (known as bloomers), the style was rejected as too radical. It was only in the 20th century that it was deemed appropriate for women to wear trousers—first for sport, then for casual attire, and finally for business and formal wear.