Broadfall Trousers


19th century style cut for comfort with convenient front pockets and suspender buttons. Made of heavy cotton twill in dark gray only. The front of these features ten metal rivet buttons. The center bottom button is reversed to better secure the fall front flap to the waistband. Order by waist size. Sizes 30 - 42" have an unhemmed inseam of 34", sizes 44 - 50" have an unhemmed inseam of 32".

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Item # PA-134


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Broadfall trousers

First of all I definitely do recremend these broadfall trousers. They come with suspender buttons as the discription says, has two side pockets and one watch pocket. The material is a very nice heavey cotton twill which stands up nicely to use.
Typically you order a larger size because they sit very high on the waist, so I usually wear a 29 jeans, but 30 broadfall.
The pants are unhemed which makes almost anyone of any height be able to wear them.
The seat of these trousers are also something I like very much about this product, is that they aren't baggy or have a pumkin butt look of knee breeches.

The one thing I dont like quite as much but is fine, is that the legs are fairley wide and baggy, this is propobly HC, and has a reason, to give you room. I just wish that they wernt quite as baggy, but owell, they do fit me well.
Harrison aka Grizz

Too much of a good thing

First and foremost, these trousers are comfortable and the cotton fabric is of good quality. One truly feels like a piece of history while wearing these.

However they are not only several inches too long (which I expected) but they are also way too wide. One of the reasons I purchased these was because of the low price. The "seat", unlike with the 18th century breeches and trousers I have seen so far, is actual good and not too baggy.

Shortening it is no big deal but making it tighter is beyond me and once I take it to a tailor to improve it won't be cheap anymore. I believe the width of the legs needs to be changed. I can't imagine that these trousers fit most people under 6ft 2in.