Eric Adler offers many tailor made garments including the one-of-a-kind custom trouser. Because today’s fashion calls for more dressy attire, the custom trouser is appropriate in casual as well as professional settings. There is something truly spectacular about sliding your foot through the leg of a pair of pants that is custom made to your measurements. The Eric Adler custom trouser offers complete comfort sitting, standing or on the move. Our signature pant features 6 loop, gusset zipper fly, button and clasp, hem to your measurements and 4 double welt pockets, a distinctive feature not commonly used in slacks. A cuffed hem to your preference at the feet is available at no charge.
Eric Adler trained under Master Tailor to the Stars, Manuel, where he learned the dying art of pant making. These skills led to the creation of Eric’s menswear line and many consider them to be his forte. To have Eric Adler custom pants is comparable to a bespoke trouser from the famous tailors of Savile Row, London or the Oxxford Clothier’s of Chicago. Although trends come and go, a classically designed, expertly fitted and well-made pant never fades from fashion and could last 20 years or longer.
Our custom pants are very affordable and start at $550. Email Eric Adler at email@example.com or give us a call at (615) 293-1992 with any questions/ideas or to get a quote. If you reside in the Nashville, Middle Tennessee area we invite you to schedule an appointment to come get fitted. Live out of town or out of state? Review our measurement guide HERE for instructions on how to fit yourself for your next favorite pair of pants. However if you you do not feel confident in your ability to take your own measurements accurately, you can take our MEASUREMENT GUIDE to your local tailor.
Spot clean, hand wash or dry clean. Do not machine wash.
Hang on provided contour hanger after use.
Eric Adler goods are handmade with pride and care. Therefore, no two products will be the same. While striving to produce the highest quality items, we embrace our imperfect human condition. Please consider any imperfections as a sign of artisan quality.