Crosby suit pant in Italian wool
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Crosby suit pant in Italian wool
Crosby suit pant in Italian wool
Crosby suit pant in Italian wool
Product Details

The Crosby suit, tailored with the athletic guy in mind. We know not every guy is built for the slim tailoring of our Ludlow suit, so we added extra room in the seat and thighs. This suit pant is crafted in Italian wool from a centuries-old, family-owned mill in Quarona, Italy, and the fine suiting fabric is both resilient and comfortable.

  • Did you know: You can mix and match the Ludlow and Crosby for a perfect fit.
  • Italian wool.
  • Zip fly.
  • On-seam pockets, back welt pockets.
  • Partial Bemberg lining.
  • Dry clean.
  • Import.
Size & Fit Details
  • Tailored fit.
  • Sits below waist.
  • Roomier than our Ludlow through the hip and thigh, with a slightly wider leg.

Crosby suit pant in Italian wool

Crosby suit pant in Italian wool is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally pants for an athletic man! My husband cycles a lot and has thicker/more muscular thighs because of it. He really wanted a black suit pant so he gave these a shot. His measurements are 34" waist and 36" inseam. He finds it hard to find pants that not only fit his thighs, but his waist and inseam as well. Please keep these on the menu J.Crew! The fit is perfect, like a bespoke suit pant. The wool feels silky and has a gorgeous drape and hand feel.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice pant, off a shade I ordered my pants as part of a suit-separate ensemble, to match my new Crosby jacket. Although I love the pants and the fit, the color seems to be minutely off from the jacket- most likely the result of a different dye lot in the fabric. I did elect to keep the pants, as the difference isn't really noticeable, but for the price they should be perfect...
Date published: 2014-10-01
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