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High Roller Fit Black Sateen

Product Details

These stretch sateen pants from Jack of Spades redefine sophisticated style with their focus on lightness and softness. Made from a blend of cotton, Tencel, and elastane, the pants are both soft and stretchy, ensuring maximum comfort all day long.

The relaxed classic gentleman's fit of these pants is designed with a comfort rise and straight leg, offering a comfortable and easy-to-wear style that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. The five-pocket styling adds a touch of sophistication to the pants, making them a versatile choice for any occasion.

The stretch sateen fabric of the pants provides a luxurious feel and adds to their overall style and elegance. These pants can be machine washed for easy care and maintenance and are imported, ensuring that you are getting a high-quality and stylish garment from a trusted brand.

Whether you're looking for a comfortable and stylish option for everyday wear or a sophisticated choice for a special occasion, these stretch sateen pants from Jack of Spades are sure to impress.

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  • 14-Day returns

Premium Quality 

Created from the highest quality fabrics, Jack Of Spades offers jeans from quality from comfort. Weather you're out for dinner or in a business meeting, wearing our pants will mean you are always dressed appropriately.


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I wear 35 waist 32 inseam what size should I order?

I normally wear 35-36 waist and 30 length, but I got 34 waist 28 length and they fit perfect.

How deep are the front pockets?

A little less than Levi’s 505. Not quite deep enough

How do these compare to levis 512 in fit?

Kind of bigger but well made.

My greatest challenge is finding jeans that fit... I wear 34x34 in 501’s what size does that equate to for theses?

I believe they're shrink to fit jeans.. which I suggest you do a little research before buying because they're a shrink to fit denim and they're are many different methods of shrinking the part you want to shrink while stretching the parts you want to stretch hence the google research "shrink to fit" denim

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