The Gray Finn Pant waist is pitched to sit lower in the front and higher in the back. This allows the customer to wear the pant where he realistically feels more comfortable, which is below the belly. It is pitched higher in the back to give anchor and stability. The rise sits higher for a more modern yet not restricting fit. Each corner of the pockets has a diagonal bar tack to give pocket edges extra strength from ripping. Finally, the leg is tapered to create a flattering line to the leg. The illustrations on this page shows and compares the attributes of the Gray Finn pant compared to the industry norm.
The Gray Finn Jacket is deconstructed tailoring with subtle fit details that create a comfortable flattering fit. The armholes are slightly pitched inward in the front to sit on the natural pit of the arm and are pitched outward in the back for comfort. This subtle fit detail creates the look of a slimmer shoulder without sacrificing comfort. The two-piece sleeve with elbow dart allows for a more tailored fit to the sleeve. The shoulder seams are slightly angled to the back to create a clean shoulder line and the center front of the jacket is pitched down to anchor the jacket on the body. The Gray Finn jacket is made with luxury fabrics from Italy and are artisinally crafted in the USA. The illustrations on this page shows and compares the attributes of a Gray Finn jacket compared to the industry norm.