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Learn About Our Fabrics 

Sansabelt slacks come in an assortment of fabrics, including include natural stretch microfiber polyesters, poly/twills, wool blends with spandex and denim with spandex. You won't find this array of fabrics and styles on any other website, or in any store, because we are the manufacturer.

New technology means fibers that drape and look like silk, yet they are wrinkle-resistant and breathable for maximum comfort. Best of all, all of our pants are machine-wash, line dry--even our poly wools--and feature our exclusive, patented 2 1/2 inch webbed inner elastic waistband to let you go beltless if you like!

All of our pant fabrics come in all 3 Sansabelt Classic cut styles (Bing, Grant and Van) except for our Denims. 
Our Slim cut is available in Poplin and Poly/Wool only.    Learn about our styles.

Sharkskin is for the man who wants a dressier slack. This fabric features an elegant, subtle weave.  100% Microfiber Poly.  In 6 colors.
Poplins are perfect for warm weather fun--they are the lightest weight fabric and a favorite of golfers. Also available in shorts.  100% Microfiber Poly.  In 6 colors.
Mini Check is a subtle, sophisticated pattern, perfect for work.  100% Microfiber Poly.  In 3 colors.
Melange has a smooth finish, making it the ideal golf or casual Friday pant, plus it also comes in shorts. 97% Microfiber Poly/3% Spandex.  In 5 colors.
Bengaline is our poly/wool blend for men who want a sophisticated look that can be dressed up or down. It has a nubby texture but is lightweight. 44% Wool/54% Microfiber Poly/2% spandex. In 10 colors.
Gabardine Twill is our heaviest-weight fabric and has Scotchgard to repel stains.  Also available in shorts.  100% Poly/Twill.  In 4 colors.
Denim Jeans, made of premium cotton and 2% spandex, are super soft right out of the package.  Now available as shorts. In a rich, saturated blue.
Not sure which fabric you prefer? 
Order our FABRIC SWATCH CARD to get a better idea of the look and feel of the Sansabelt line.

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