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Free custom alterations & How to measure proper pants length

January 28, 2014

Nobody likes a pair of sloppy looking pants.

Let's change that by formally introducing you to: our custom alteration service.

Just let us know your preferred pants length and we will alter it for free.

<FYI> In order for us to alter your pants hem, it might take an extra day or 2 for you to receive your order.

Also, once we alter it, it is custom-made to the measurement you provided us.

Therefore returns and exchange will unfortunately not be accepted for your ultra-special customized pants.

So, how do you measure proper pants length?...and what IS proper pants length?

To make it visually easier, we made a video that walks through 2 different ways to measure your proper pants length.

One for when you are by yourself, and the other utilizes the help of a friend.

We also show you where you should generally hem your pants.

 

Let's jump into the video.

If you have any questions, email us at info@outerboro.cc.

We will be happy to answer them!



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