The straight fit is similar to the slim fit in the hips and thighs, however, this fit has a minimal taper from the thigh to knee to the leg opening.
It has a wide leg opening that will easily fit over bulky boots, or cover more of the shoes. Unfortunately, because the legs fall straight away from the waist, they don’t fit well around muscular legs.
Slim fit pants are one of the most popular styles.
This type of fit is appropriate for the office and is slim but not extra tight. They’re best for average-size guys who want a clean, tailored look that drapes down from the thigh. It’s a bit narrower than the classic fit through the hips and legs, making it unlikely that they’re going to fit anyone who spends a healthy amount of time at the gym.
They also have a noticeable taper from the thigh to leg opening.
Extra Slim Fit
Extra slim fit is even tighter than the popular slim fit.
Extra slim pants have narrower hips and legs with a smaller leg opening. This fit is suited to thinner men with calves and thighs that are a similar size, so they’re not a good choice for most athletes. They’re not quite skin-tight like skinny pants, but they’re still going to be constrictive.
Athletic fit pants are what some clothing brands offer to athletes and bodybuilders. Our prayers are answered, right? Unfortunately, we’re stuck here again.
The one thing we’ve learned from years of designing clothes for athletes is that everyone’s body is different, and you’re not going to work your way around that by cutting corners.
Most athletic-fit pants are made using assumed skeletal structures rather than taking into account the actual muscles of the person wearing them. So, they might fit for one person, but the majority of gym-goers are still going to struggle.
So, what can you do? The answer is TAILORED ATHLETE’s True Muscle Fit.
True Muscle Fit
Our True Muscle Fit pants are the perfect solution if these are the kinds of problems you’ve been facing.
They have more room in the seat and thighs to give you room to move without looking baggy. If you have large hips or thighs, but still want a slim fit, then this is the option for you.
The classic fit is more relaxed than the slim fit in the hips and thighs. It has significantly less taper through the knee and leg opening. This fit is suited to guys who want a roomier fit with traditional proportions as it has a wider leg opening that covers more of your shoes.
This pant style has a generous fit. It offers extra room around the hips and thighs for easy movement. Suit pants usually have a relaxed fit. For women, boyfriend-style pants are pants with this type of relaxed fit.
Pant rise is the distance between the bottom of the crotch of the pants and the top of the waistband. This shows you how high or low you can expect your pants to sit on your waist. Usually, it’s between a range of 7 inches to 12 inches, and it makes a significant difference to the way pants fit.
High Rise Waist
In this style of pants, the waistband sits far above the navel. It fastens at or above the narrowest part of the waist. If you want to look like you have a long body or want the look of longer legs, then this style is a good option for you.
The high waist look of the pants will make your legs look longer.
This is a style where the waistband is placed at or just above the navel. This style is more popular in women’s pants.
Medium Rise Waist
This is a style of pants where the waistband rests just below the navel. A medium-rise waist is generally favored in men’s dress pants and suit pants.
Low Rise Waist
In this style of pants, the waistband is beneath the navel. This can be about 3-4” below your navel.
This is a popular style for jeans, but one that‘s often misused. Low-rise pants are often worn too low down and show more skin than intended. Low-rise pants should be worn at an appropriate height instead of making others feel uncomfortable by having parts of your rear end showing that shouldn’t be shown.
Straight leg cut in pants has the same width from knee to ankle. The leg openings are designed to fit over boots.
Tapered-leg pants are cut in a way that they are increasingly narrow from hip to ankle. An example of this is cigarette pants. It can make your legs look longer and therefore make you look taller. This is a perfect style for a petite build.
This pant style has a slight flare to its legs starting from mid-calf which makes its leg opening slightly wider than for the straight-leg pants.
If you have a wider upper body, for example, an inverted triangle body shape or an apple body shape, then this pants style can balance your look and make you look better proportioned. This applies to both men and women.
This type of pant style has a wide leg opening with the flare starting just below the knee. The hem circumference can sometimes go up to 19 inches.
Best Pants Fit for Muscular Bodies
The best type of pants fit for muscular men or athletic body types is the athletic or muscle fit.
True Muscle Fit Pants
TAILORED ATHLETE offers a comfortable and versatile pants fit called the Muscle Fit. Their muscle-fit pants are designed with their unique 'True Muscle Fit', meaning you no longer need to worry about sizing up to fit your quads. They have a contemporary cut and minimal design, making these your Essential Trousers.
Our True Muscle Fit pants are perfect for all occasions and can be paired with any of their Formal Shirts to complete an effortlessly professional look.
The True Muscle Fit pants are created with stretch fabric and reinforced seams to ensure ultimate comfort and security. They’re also machine washable for convenience and are made from a perfect blend of 78% Polyester, 18% Viscose, and 4% Elastane.
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