Men’s leather pants cover lower half of the body i.e. from hip to foot. The pant word is modification of the French word Pantaloon. It is normally worn by peoples of Canada, South Africa, America and most of the parts of Asia. Wearing of men’s leather pants started from 16th century and so far it is the main part of all the attires.

Men’s leather pants fastened on the hips with the help of elastic or by the buttons and in most of the cases belt is used for holding the pant on the hips. These are commonly made of cotton or terry cots material or mixer of both. They are the readymade garments or can be stitched from the cloth. In Scotland, it is also called as trews and in England they are called as trousers.

Characteristics of pants

Some of men’s leather pants are available with detachable legs and a zip is used to detach it from the waist portion. These leather pants are provided with number of front and back pockets.