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Timberland Men's Trousers

Timberland are synonymous with tasteful, fashionable menswear. Timberland men's trousers reflect this through a range of styles and designs, all perfectly suited to any well dressed man.

With a host of colours, textures and designs available, Timberland accommodate to any personal look and style. Men can select the colour and style of trousers best suited to their existing or new outfits. There will be a pair of timberland trousers to suit any situation or occasion.

Cargos, combats, chinos, khakis and corduroys

There are many different cuts and styles of Timberland trousers for men. Due to the Timberland signature touch, their trousers are smart enough for most formal wear as well as relaxed enough for casual wear.

Cargos and combat trousers are, perhaps, the most casual of Timberland men's trousers and are a comfortable fit for less formal requirements. A common feature of cargos and combats are the numerous wide pockets. These are perfect for DIY or for hiking and camping where you may need to store larger items about your person.

Chinos and khaki trousers are perfect for a slightly more formal, yet laid back style. Timberland corduroy trousers are great for formal use or for a smart casual look. These have a more traditional look and are made of tough material. A good pair of corduroys should last you a long time.

All types offer different sizes and colours from shades of black and brown, to more daring reds and oranges. Slim fit measurements are also available in their range of jeans.

Big and tall, regular, and slim

When deciding on the preferred Timberland trousers, it is important to find the fit that is just right for you.

Sizes across the board can be found within the three broader size types known as 'regular', 'big and tall', and 'slim'.

Once the correct waist and leg measurements have been decided upon, the chosen Timberland trousers will be sure to both look and feel great.

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