Twill Flat-Front Chino, Short Rise
Standard and Self-Sizer waists from 28" to 48"
For men up to 5'9" tall finding a decent-fitting pair of trousers can be a chore, too long, too baggy, awkward fitting (and the tailor can only fix so much - he's not a magician, after all!)
At ForTheFit.com, we understand the best way to enjoy well-fitting trousers is to wear a pair designed, start-to-finish, with YOUR specific proportions in mind. Our chinos are designed with a true short rise. For most men up to 5'9" tall, short rise is the correct proportion from the waist and through the seat, eliminating bunching and sagging, and resulting in a great look and comfort.
We also offer a wide range of waist sizes in our chinos, from 28" to 48" and self-sizer waists, too.
A self-sizer waist features a hidden elastic (invisible to all but the wearer) that adds up to 2" above stated waist size, for comfort and ease of movement (particularly great if you are between sizes!) Our Berle trousers offer high style and premium quality, and the premium 100% cotton twill provides ultimate comfort.
Most importantly, our short rise men's chinos will fit straight out of the box.
Discontinued- Limited Sizes Remain. Available only while supplies last. And, because of the deep discount offered on this discontinued item, it is being offered on a
final sale basis and cannot be returned or exchanged for any reason.
- Proper Inseam (hem length)
- Available in any inseam from 26" to 30"
- Also available unhemmed (UH)
- Modern flat-front style, the most universally flattering style for men of all shapes and sizes
- Available in waists from 28" to 48" for a perfect fit
- 100% cotton twill, featuring stain & wrinkle resistance for easy care
- Colors Available: Khaki, Tan, Military Green, Navy, and Black
- Made with Care by Berle, a manufacturer of premium men's trousers since 1946
Sizes / Measurements:
If you have never had a true short-rise pair of pants before, you are in for a treat. Additionally, you may find that you need to go up a size through the waist, since up to now you have probably been buying the wrong size of traditional rise pants in order to get a half-reasonable fit.
There are 2 ways to find your waist size:
1) Please measure your natural waistline with a loose measuring tape
2) Measure the actual waistband on your best-fitting regular jeans
Whatever the actual measurement you get; use that as the size when you make your order for a short rise jean or trouser. Whatever you do, always measure, don't just go by the size printed on the tag, as you may well have been buying the wrong size, and short rise pants will give you a much better - more accurate fit.