Tonal Seersucker Cargo Shorts

Thom Browne
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Tonal Seersucker Cargo Shorts

$465
$99 Gilt
Size (Thom Browne):
Men's Thom Browne
Thom Browne US (chest) Men Alpha
0 36 XS
1 38 S
2 40 M
3 42 L
4 44 XL
5 46 XXL
  • 3
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    US (chest) 42
    Men Alpha L
  • 4
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    US (chest) 44
    Men Alpha XL
Color:
black
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Description
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Flat front cotton tonal seersucker cargo shorts.

  • Button fly with button closure.
  • Front button pockets and back pockets.
  • Side vents with interior grosgrain ribbon trim.
  • Unlined.
  • Approximate measurements: rise: 9½", leg opening: 22", inseam: 10". Measurements were taken from a size 3. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1½", Waist: 32", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.

Material: 100% Cotton

Brand: Thom Browne

Origin: Japan

Since debuting his menswear collection in 2001, Thom Browne has become of the most influential designers in the fashion industry — and it’s easy to see why. Browne’s classic, chic dress shirts and business suits offer perfect fits and distinctive features such as flat-front pants, mother-of-pearl buttons, and narrow lapels. Shoes, including classic brogue boots and wingtips, are handcrafted in the UK from the finest pebble grain calfskin leather and outfitted with metal toe and heel taps. Browne’s many career successes include being named by GQ magazine as its 2008 “designer of the year” and having his work exhibited in the Victoria and Albert Museum. In 2006 Browne partnered with Brooks Brothers to design its exquisite Black Fleece collection for men and women; in 2008 the French sportswear company Moncler chose him to design its menswear line, Moncle Gamme Bleu.