Madison Fit Pleat-Front Flannel Trousers

$ 248.00

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Madison Fit Pleat-Front Flannel Trousers

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Item# 086J

$ 248.00

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Dress trousers with a double-reverse pleated front, made from wool, woven in Italy. Madison fit is our fullest cut, with a pleated front and an unfinished hem. Half-lined, with taped seams. Available in all fits. Dry clean. Imported.

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  • Color: Dark Brown

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Dress trousers with a double-reverse pleated front, made from wool, woven in Italy. Madison fit is our fullest cut, with a pleated front and an unfinished hem. Half-lined, with taped seams. Available in all fits. Dry clean. Imported.

Item# 086J
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful slacks My husband recently purchased two pairs of these pants. His only complaint is that the "rise" is a little higher than he's used to; otherwise the fit is perfect. The fabric is soft and comfortable, but still presents a professional appearance for the office. January 13, 2011
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Yes, you can wear in spring and fall.
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The Madison fit is our fullest cut trouser. The Regent fit is slightly slimmer than the Madison.
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I need a dark brown pair of slacks and am not sure you have any
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Dark Brown flannel
3 years, 4 months ago
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Birch is a lighter brown. We would recommend trying the brown version of these trousers if you are looking for a darker brown.
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I had the same problem. There is almost no rise! These are like low-rise, skinny jeans. What was Brooks thinking here?
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Hello,

We have switched back to the original rise of trousers.

Thank you for contacting us.

Have a great day.
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Hello, thank you for your inquiry. The front pockets in our Madison Fit Pleat-Front Flannel Trousers are both 14" in length. The length of the back pockets is 11".

We do hope this information is helpful.
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Hello sir, we certainly understand the difficulty you have in deciphering the difference between the two. Often times, it is tricky to tell when viewing items online. However, we can confidently report that charcoal would indeed be the darker and grey would be the lighter of the two,

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