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Trousers Wool flannel Grey

Grey suit trousers in stretch wool flannel.

Trousers with 2 Italian pockets, 2 back pockets with flap, bottom finished with a turn-up.
Our model is 1m84 high and wears a size 40.

Mens trousers 98% virgin wool and 2% elastane
Fabric weaved in Italy
Dry clean

men's Trousers 21HP3THEO-OX17/22

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Flannel is combed wool or cotton fabric, which appeared in the 18th century coinciding with the introduction of the first looms. An imperishable classic in English drapery, this warm fabric with a slight fuzz (due to washing at the end of the production process) permits the elegant man to face the winter months without shivering.

Cerruti IStretch

A gentle river one day, a thundering torrent the next, life is a capricious thing. Developed by the venerable house of Cerruti for De Fursac this fabric is the enemy of unwanted surprises, allowing the modern man to master every occasion and his look. It blends the natural elasticity of the best wool from Australia’s Queensland with its Lycra® qualities, and ensures its wearers the lightness of a second skin, without losing an iota of chic.

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