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Men's Jeans, Trousers & Shorts

Explore Joe Browns fashionable selection of men's trousers. Ranging from straight-leg jeans and sharp dress trousers to chic chinos and relaxed shorts, we have something to fit every taste in our amazing collection. 

The pinnacle of ease and elegance, whether you're on the lookout for men's formal trousers, shorts or jeans, our distinctive selection of trousers will play a key role in your wardrobe. From a romantic night out to a family day outing, we can equip you for every event with denim, shorts and smart trousers suitable for any event.

Men's Jeans, Trousers & Shorts

Get To Know Our Different Trouser Styles

With trousers, it's important to find the style that not only make you look good but feel good too! If you’re uncertain about what look you want to go for, a pair of jeans is always a solid place to start. A pair of black jeans provide the perfect foundation to build on your outfit with more colourful tops or stand-out graphic tees. If you’re ready to to mix things up a little, why not o for a bootcut or straight leg style to pair with some stylish footwear?

How To Measure Men’s Trousers

Knowing how to find the right trouser fit is key to styling them just right. Of course, the waist has to fit and should do so without requiring you to belt-up too much baginess. If you find yourself regularly tugging your trousers up, you should opt for a smaller waist size or simply use a tape measure to determine your waist size.

Now let’s move on to leg length - what length are regular men’s trousers? Well, as a point of reference, regular men’s trousers are 32 inches in length, with short measuring at 30 inches and long being 34. To find out what trouser length is best for you, it’s a good idea to measure your legs. Stand up straight and use a tape measure to find out the distance between the top of your inner thigh and your ankle bone - this will give you your inseam length.