You can match these trousers with a formal shirt or a white Lautrec T-Shirt!
We opted for a super 120 merino wool with the ZQ label: this is a very strict label, guaranteeing animal welfare, respect for the environment, traceability, social responsibility and of course a high level of quality.
The cut is slightly slim, fitted, yet comfortable to wear.
The trousers are available in two colours: navy blue and charcoal grey.
Weaving and finishing: Italy
Manufacturing : Portugal
The model is 1m84 tall and wears a size 42. The trousers fit rather tightly: if in doubt, take one size larger than your usual size.
- Washing up to 30°, delicate programme
- Bleaching prohibited: not resistant to bleaching and stain removal with chlorine-based products (bleach) or products containing oxygenated bleaching agents.
- Ironing at low temperature (maximum 110° C) | Steaming prohibited
- Do not tumble dry: do not use a tumble dryer
- Dry cleaning: moderate process with restrictions
A foolproof wool sheet
We chose a super 120 wool, a good balance for everyday use: the fibre is fine enough to give a quality finish, and thick enough to withstand frequent use. The weight of the fabric, 176g/m2
It is suitable for the off-season and for mild winter days.
You will find all the codes of the top-of-the-range suit inside the trousers: a beautiful English belt made in Spain, bias binding to hide the seams.
An effective closure
For comfort and a nice finish, we opted for a zipper closure with a button placket.
The buttons are made in France in the Jura by the Brochot company. Their resin, certified oekotex, reproduces the aspect of the horn.
Ethical wool, respectful of animal welfare
The choice of wool was not easy, as the vast majority of wools offered for men's suits do not carry binding labels (even in high-end houses). Our wool comes from Merino sheep, raised in New Zealand to strict standards. In particular, the breeding is extensive, and mulesing (a very painful practice consisting of the removal of the peri-anal skin to avoid the appearance of myasis) is strictly forbidden.
Spinning and weaving at Reda, specialist in merino wool fabrics since 1865
Founded in 1865 in the province of Biella, Reda is one of the most renowned Italian weavers. Specialising in the manufacture of high quality merino wool textiles, the family business combines tradition and modernity, with a highly innovative approach, particularly in terms of sustainability, while respecting the company's history. Reda is part of the ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) programme, a global standard aimed at eradicating all potentially toxic chemicals in production. The company is also EMAS (Eco-management and audit Scheme) certified, committing to publish and continuously improve its environmental performance. Reda is also the first Italian weaver to be awarded B-Corp certification in July 2020.