Men's Pants

Wide Leg:

Size Waist (Relaxed) Hip Width Inseam Leg Opening
28 31.5" 43" 30" 16"
30 33.5" 44" 30" 17"
32 35.5" 45" 30" 18"
34 37.5" 46" 30" 19"
36 37.5" 46" 30" 19"

 

Tailored/Trim Leg:

Size Waist (Relaxed) Hip Width Inseam Leg Opening
28 31" 40.5" 31" 13.75"
30 33" 42.5" 31" 14.75"
32 35" 44.5" 31" 15.75"
34 37" 46.5" 31" 16.75"
36 39" 48.5" 31" 17.75"

 

 

Wide Leg:

Size Waist (Relaxed) Hip Width Inseam Leg Opening
28 80.01 cm 109.22 cm 76.2 cm 40.64 cm
30 85.09 cm 111.76 cm 76.2 cm 43.18 cm
32 90.17 cm 114.3 cm 76.2 cm 45.72 cm
34 95.25 cm 116.84 cm 76.2 cm 48.26 cm
36 100.33 cm 119.38 cm 76.2 cm 50.8 cm

 

Tailored/Trim Leg:

Size Waist (Relaxed) Hip Width Inseam Leg Opening
28 78.74 cm 102.87 cm 78.74 cm 34.925 cm
30 83.82 cm 107.95 cm 78.74 cm 37.465 cm
32 88.9 cm 113.03 cm 78.74 cm 40.005 cm
34 93.98 cm 118.11 cm 78.74 cm 42.545 cm
36 99.06 cm 123.19 cm 78.74 cm 45.085 cm

Waist

Measure your waist at the height where you would wear your pants and adjust to your desired fit, placing a finger between your body and the tape. We recommend sizing down for a true fit.

Hip Width

Measure around the fullest part of your hips, placing a finger between your body and the tape. Make sure the tape remains level while measuring.

Inseam

All pants have an inseam of 30"-31", roll 'em up or get 'em trimmed if needed!

Bishop Patchwork Madras Trousers

Cotton Pants - $248

Bishop Patchwork Madras Trousers

Cotton Pants $248

Notes

Indian Madras wide leg trousers in Bishop Patchwork.

Details

100% cotton. Mid-rise. Cotton buttons and welt pocket.

Size & Fit

These are a classic no waistband pant meant for a baggy fit. All sizes are 32 inches in length. Roll 'em up or get 'em trimmed if needed! Pants run large, we recommend sizing down.

Provenance

Our SS20 collection is inspired by ‘80s summer style and carefree summer days in New England and northern Italy.

“I was lucky - luckier than I realized at the time - to spend many summers as a young adult in Europe and New England. I spent a couple summers as a field archaeologist excavating an Etruscan temple in the countryside near Florence. On the weekends, I’d escape to Como with a few friends. We’d stay at a cheap hotel, spend the day floating on a little boat in the middle of the lake, and sit on a curb eating Neapolitan pizza out of a box at night. When I was on the national rowing team, I would spend the summer training on the Dartmouth campus in New Hampshire. It was idyllic. When we had a few days off, I would go to Nantucket with my girlfriend at the time. I remember it raining the whole time. We went to the beach anyway and ate Downyflake doughnuts from a soggy cardboard box. I guess I like eating out of boxes.” - Jack


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