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    Chevron Shorts

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    Color: Blue Slate
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    $95.00 Final Sale
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    Color: Blue Slate
      Blue Slate
    Sizes
    M
    L
    Size & Fit Information
    Measurements from size M
    Rise: 13.5in / 34cm
    Inseam: 5.5in / 14cm
    Outseam: 17.75in / 45cm
    Model Measurements Edwin
    Size on Model M
    Height 6'1.5"/186cm
    Chest 36.0"/91cm
    Waist 32.0"/81cm
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    Size Conversions
    Because sizing and cut will vary between brands, please use this chart as a general guide. If you are between sizes or need assistance selecting the proper size, please contact Customer Service.

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    INTL US UK/AU FR IT CN
    XS 28 34 36 44 165/84A
    XS 29 34 36 46 165/84A
    S 30 36 38 48 170/88A
    S 31 36 38 48 170/88A
    M 32 38 40 50 175/92A
    M 33 38 40 50 175/92A
    L 34 40 42 52 180/96A
    XL 36 42 44 54 185/100A
    XXL 38 44 46 56 190/104A
    XXXL 40 46 48 58 195/108A
    4XL 42 48 48 60 200/112A
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    About The Designer

    o In the late 1940s, 3-time Wimbledon champion Fred Perry and Austrian soccer player Tibby Wegner, produced their first sweatband, which quickly became the norm on British courts. In 1952 the pair began producing a slim-fit pique tennis shirt with embroidered laurels under the brand name Fred Perry. The design would become the label’s most popular piece and one linked to British subcultures and music scenes. Today, the influence of Fred Perry is as strong as ever--The brand partners with fashion designers and cultural creatives to give the iconic look a new spin, and provides a fresh take on the British standard.
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