See Now, Buy Now: The Taylor Stitch Wharf Pants Are the Rugged Summer Pants to Buy Now

Best men's pants for summer from Taylor Stitch.

What’s a guy to do when he wants the right blend of rugged dependability and yet style that works easily back on dry land and perhaps, on the water or even on the trail? Why, turn towards a brand that can help you meet all three of those aims quite easily (especially given that it’s Memorial Day and the official start of an anything-goes summer). The brand in question is Taylor Stitch, and the Taylor Stitch Wharf Pants are the most rugged pants you can buy this summer — whatever’s on your bucket list.

That might seem overly simple on the surface, but they perfectly merge the sort of timeless style, classic looks and reliable performance you tend to need when zipping around town or taking on summer’s adventures (a day hike and brewery beers — and bonfire building) very much included.

The key is the use of durable 100 percent cotton in these stylish men’s pants, especially in a 12oz. weight. That weight should prove somewhat lightweight on temperate days, but best suited to breezy days and nights on or near the water.

In fact, the aptly named Taylor Stitch Wharf Pants are made from some of the toughest stuff around: Selvage boat canvas, which you might more accurately call “the good stuff.” They’ll break in as time goes on to become as soft as your favorite Taylor Stitch chinos, but for now, think of them like a hybrid between casual summer pants, work pants and road-ready adventure pants.

The leather back patch amps up the style details accordingly, while you can always cuff or roll ’em to your heart’s content, all thanks to the 34-inch inseam. When you want a pair of the best men’s pants geared towards doing just about anything you can dream up this summer, you want the Taylor Stitch Wharf Pants — that’s just a fact.


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