This Cult Menswear Brand Just Launched $38 Pants

Jomers wants to make high-end casual wear affordable

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Jomers is an elevated menswear brand that’s been known for producing some really nice, high-end suits for just a couple of hundred bucks … and having ”˜em sell out in a few minutes.

A few weeks back, they launched jeans utilizing the dwindling denim stock from the now-shuttered Cone Mills White Oak Plant in North Carolina.

And now, they’re offering up five-pocket canvas pants. These are slim, 100% American-milled cotton canvas bottoms, available in navy, khaki and olive. Almost all sizes are still in stock, although they’re slim fit only and the inseams are either 30 or 32.

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That said, $38 for quality casual (maybe business casual) pants is almost unheard of. Dappered compared ”˜em favorably to the Flint & Tinder 365 pants, which are $60 more.

(As long as you’re going casual, might as well pick up Jomers’ new-ish line of pima slub tees, which are just a hair over twenty bucks.)


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