Connery Pants by Magnoli Clothiers

Connery Pants

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Date Added: Monday 10 March, 2008 by Nevada J.
Like a glove. (With plenty of room to move, of course.) These are the first pants I have ever purchased from Magnoli Clothiers, and they won't be the last. The fit is impeccable and the quality is extraordinarily high for the price. I felt like an imbecile taking my own measurements and not really being sure what was what. So I sent Magnoli a very convoluted measurement form, with an exception or an extra note added to virtually every measurement: 'Well, my dress pants are 32", but my jeans are almost always 30".' Or "I'm not sure how to measure this, but I measured around the thigh of one pair of my favorite dress pants and it was... blah blah blah" I even asked that Indy make them with a straight leg instead of with pleats, and he was all too happy to oblige. Somehow, whether by luck, the skill of Magnoli and his tailors, or some combination of the two, I am now in possession of a perfect-fitting pair of extremely versatile black trousers. Thanks, Indy...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Wednesday 30 May, 2007 by Robert L.
I received the 007 pants and the fit was perfect. The material is a medium weight and like texture.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Friday 24 November, 2006 by Nicholas W.
I recieved my pair of the shirt and pants this morning. Straight out of the box, I had to try them on and they looked and felt great. The fitting on these pants are perfect, they look great and are extremely comfortable to wear...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Friday 25 August, 2006 by Anthony R.
These pants can be used as formal or casual ware. I have two pair, they are comfortable and classy.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 21 May, 2006 by Richard D.
The 007 Connery/Bond surveillance pants are something I've wanted for a long time. Indy has made these classic Bond pants to perfection. The original pants that Connery's Bond wore featured a tab front closure and side tabs that made the pants self supporting without a belt. These type of self supporting pants are known as the Daks Slack and were created by Alec Simpson in 1932. Simpson was the eldest son of the founder of the English House of Simpson. Connery's Bond, with the help of his tailor Anthony Sinclair and early Bond director Terrence Young updated the Daks Slack giving it a military air by creating a very narrow pants leg. Bond was to have a military bearing even out of uniform. Indy has matched that look amazingly well. I can't wait to order one of his Bond suits...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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