Product code: 16889606
Designed for gentlemen 6’3” and taller, Ted Baker’s T for Tall collection ensures finding clothes that you both love and fit is anything but a chore.
Crafted from a cotton blend with added stretch for comfort, these Bunting Straight Fit, mid rise jeans are a solid foundation piece, designed with classic features like button fly fastening, belt loops, front and back pockets.
With turn up hems and a Ted Baker printed lining, this pair are versatile and comfortable - pair with anything, any time.
- Ted Baker
- Denim Style
- 99% cotton, 1% elastane
- Material Type
- Cotton blend
- Ted Baker T for Tall
Low: Sits on the hips roughly 2" or more below the navel & should measure 7.5" or less, Medium: Perching on the hip bone just below the navel, a mid-rise should measure 8" to 9", High: Will sit at or above the navel & is likely to be 9.5" or more
- Washing Instructions
- Machine washable at 30°C
Brand information & size guide
Beginning as a men’s label in Glasgow in 1987, Ted Baker quickly gained a reputation for providing unique, contemporary men’s shirting, paying attention to the smallest details, offering the highest quality products, and always with a quirky sense of humour. The first store even offered a free laundry service for every shirt sold.
Today Ted Baker is an International brand, offering everything from Footwear ranges to Fragrances, Womenswear and Eyewear. The focus is always on quality, on unique detail both underpinned by a very distinctive, fun personality. Choosing not to have advertising of any sort, Ted Baker rely solely on word of mouth and inventive marketing ideas to drive their success, remaining one of the only brands to be built into an international designer label without an advertising campaign.
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The measurements shown on the size chart are body measurements. These are average measurements for guidance to determine which size is right for you.
Please note, actual measurements may vary slightly by style.
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