Officer & Gentleman Pant
An Officer and a Gentleman.
At Sandhurst, the Brits called them “Tans.”
Working clothes for future Prime Ministers, Brigadiers, Viceroys, etc. Always worn with considerable affection.
Ours are the equal of those. Made of really superb cotton twill, tailored precisely like dress pants. Think of them as Dress Khakis. Your “Do you trust me to dance with your wife?” pants.
Flat front. (The cut is slimming.) Two slant pockets. Left back pocket: button-through flap. Right back pocket: button-through welt.
I hesitate to list all the engineering. (Inside suspender buttons, right inside pocket has coin bag, curtain waistband, etc., etc., etc.)
With these, expect the best. In other words, expect the tailoring and detailing of genuine Sandhurst “Tans.”
You may not be an officer. But you can’t stop being a gentleman.
Dress Khakis (No. 1129), to be worn with tweed jackets, blue blazers, hacking jackets, suit jackets you can’t bear to throw away; or merely with sweaters, an interesting vest, a suede windbreaker, etc.