Pants from a Stanford MBA

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Bonobos: Stretch Washed Chinos

Bonobos doesn’t have 100 years of experience outfitting America’s roughest and toughest. Actually, the brand is barely a teenager. In 2007 a couple of Stanford MBA students, Andy Dunn and Brian Spaly, cashed in their 401(k) to make pants. 10 years later, Walmart bought it for $310 million. Hold up. Walmart? Yes. Don't fear… Bonobos knows pants. In fact, they know pants so well that they took the business from $0 to $1 million in 6 months selling only pants. When was the last time you did that? With just the right amount of stretch and the signature curved waistband, you will be comfortable all day at work and wherever life takes you after quittin’ time.

The best thing about Bonobos is the dizzying array of colors, sizes, and fits. We like the tailored fit, but that’s just us. The most important thing about clothes is that they fit you. If you’ve got a deep closet and pockets to match, go ahead and get all the colors. If you’re like the rest of us, start with the khakis or the driftwoods, the after midnights, and the jet blacks. A great wardrobe is built over time. Student, teacher, or military? Enjoy 20% off after verification. Don’t fit any of those categories? Refer a friend. You’ll get 25% off and they will too.