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Bills Khakis

Vintage Twill



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Bills Khakis

Reading, PA


Product Details

Modeled after World War II–era chinos, these pants are built with the average American man in mind: their flexible cut is fuller in the legs and seat, so they'll move with you whether you're in the trenches, or just getting dressed for your meeting. But you don’t have to have worn these things since the Roosevelt administration to get that satisfying, broken-in, comfortable feel that makes a pair of pants special. These 100% cotton twill khakis come comfy, stay comfy, and make you look great, right out of the box with their great fit and plain front.

Company Info

In the small town of Reading, Pennsylvania, there is a warehouse that’s so old, it’s included in the National Historic Register. Bill’s Khakis makes some of the best pants in the world there. Founder Bill Thomas chose to set up shop in that location to prove that a 21st century business can still compete in a city that was built on a 20th century economy. The company got its start in 1990 when Bill found a pair of original World War II khakis at an Army surplus store. They were remarkably comfortable, deep pocketed, and put together to withstand just about anything. Someone had to save this small but symbolic piece of Americana, and that someone was Bill.

Shipping and Returns

This specific product usually ships within 10-14 business days. Item can be returned, unworn, unwashed for full refund or exchange within 30 days of purchase.

Details and Care

M2 Standard Fit: Long rise, full seat, voluminous drill-cloth pockets, heavy brass zipper and rugged construction. 22” knee, 18.5” bottom. All inseams unfinished up to 39”

M3 Slim Fit: Trimmest fitting model through the rise, seat, and thigh. Fabric, construction, zipper and buttons remain the same throughout. All inseams unfinished up to 39”

Waist: Measure around your waist where your pants usually fall. Keep one finger between the tape and your body to ensure an accurate fit.

Inseam: Using a pair of pants that fit you well (of a similar material to those you are buying), measure along the inside of the pant leg from the crotch to the bottom opening. The number of inches is the inseam length, rounded to the nearest 1/2"

7.8 oz, 100% cotton, machine washable. Made in USA.