RSQ Seattle Skinny tapered chino pants. Slant front pockets with welt back pockets and additional decorative pocket with RSQ tag at back left pocket. Approx leg opening: 13.5"(34cm). 97% cotton/3% spandex. Machine wash. Imported.
4.8 / 5.0
Finding a good pair of skinny pants/jeans that don't squeeze the life out of a regular sized person's legs is a challenge that has kept me from purchasing pants for many years. The key word with these RSQ pants is 'STRETCH'. What tightness is otherwise visible is not felt in the legs, they don't feel tight and constrictive. The fabric is very flexible, e.g. I can pull the at the waist almost a whole palms width away from the body. I stand at 5'10" and weigh about 160-165 lbs. My pair (32 x 30) are not nearly as baggy as they seem on the model in the picture. They are figure formed around my thighs/calves and with the 30" length the bottom of the legs sit just above the tops of my (gym/low-top) shoes when standing. If I sit the portion of the pant below the knee tends to ride up and needs readjustment when returning to a standing position. Overall I am very satisfied with the comfort and look of this pant and I have bought two pairs (one blue and one in the dark khaki) because of this. Maybe not highly recommended, but I'd definitely recommend trying a pair out if you have the chance.
December 1, 2016
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Why did you choose this?
I chose these pants because I love the feel and fit of these skinny chinos. Rsq makes the best in my opinion. I own a few pairs and keep coming back for more. They are comfortable and hold up to everyday wear.
Jeremy H on May 4, 2017
What is the difference between these and the London version of these chinos? Do similar sizes fit the same?
BEST ANSWER: The London fits skinnier down the legs!
I'm needing the Seattle tapered skinny stretch chinos in lake blue 32-30?