Casual Male XL Gives Big & Tall Guys Fit Tips to Find Pants & Jeans They Want

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Casual Male Retail Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: CMRG) the leading retailer of men’s big and tall apparel, offers tips to help men find pants and jeans they want.

Many of Casual Male XL pants feature waistbands that let you customize the fit. Some have hidden, adjustable waist-relaxer® tabs that allow you to expand the waist up to four inches. It’s comfort you’ll never see, but will definitely feel!

Casual Male Retail Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: CMRG) the leading retailer of men’s big and tall apparel, knows how tough it can be to find pants that fit and look just right. But with a few easy measurements, they make it easy to find the perfect fit in the most flattering perfect style.

Here are the key things to know:

1. Waist Size -- find it by measuring the width around your waist. Casual Male XL offers waist sizes from 36 to over 60.

2. Rise -- determine it by your height. If you’re 6’3 or taller, choose a long rise; if you’re under 6’3, choose a regular rise. A rise that’s too small can be binding and uncomfortable; too long of a rise can cause bunching.

3. Inseam Length -- find it by laying a well-fitting pair of pants flat and measure from the center of the crotch to the bottom of one leg. Choosing the proper length can make or break the look. If the pants sit too short, they look unflattering; too long and they just look messy. Here’s a general rule: there should be a 1” break where the pants hit your shoes so you get one gentle crease. Casual Male XL now offers more sizes than ever before with pant inseams from 25-40 in half-inch increments on over 50 styles for a customized look and fit.

4. The Best Style -- pleated or flat front, relaxed or loose-fit, cuffs or no cuffs… it’s all up to you.

Pleated vs. Flat Front
Think pleats always flatter a bigger frame? They may do the opposite. If you find that pleats cause a bunching effect, try a flat-front style in a full cut. They give a more relaxed look and feel, and can actually flatter a larger midsection.

To Cuff or Not To Cuff
Whenever you wear a dressier pleated trouser, you should always go with cuffs. They give a more polished result. However, shorter guys should avoid cuffs on formal or casual pants, as they tend to make you look shorter.

Casual Male XL adds technically-enhanced features to provide more comfort and a better fit (http://casualmalexl.com/store/en_US/static/medialanding.jsp?clear=true&catID=cat600188&id=cat600188).

Waistbands That Adjust To You
Many of Casual Male XL pants feature waistbands that let you customize the fit. Some have hidden, adjustable waist-relaxer® tabs that allow you to expand the waist up to four inches. It’s comfort you’ll never see, but will definitely feel! You’ll also find all-around elastic waists that offer all-day comfort.

Fabrics That Really Perform
From wrinkle-free and stain-resistant twill to easy-care, stretchable wool, you’ll find a variety of fabrics that look great all day long, and stay durable wear after wear. Some of our lightweight, cool and dry fabrics in moisture-wicking cotton also have UV protection, making them perfect for work outside, a round of golf or a casual day out.

The Latest Trends -- In Your Size
Looking for those fashion-forward trends found in department stores, but in big and tall sizes? Casual Male XL has them. From unique stitching and details to the current trends in fits, colors and washes, you’ll find styles for work to weekend, and casual days to refined nights out.

For a full offering of styles, visit more than 460 Casual Male XL stores nationwide or go online to http://www.casualmaleXL.com .

About Casual Male Retail Group

Casual Male Retail Group, Inc. is the largest retailer of big and tall men's apparel with operations throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Casual Male Retail Group, Inc. operates 465 Casual Male XL retail and outlet stores, 25 Rochester Clothing stores, and direct to consumer businesses which include several catalogs and e-commerce sites. The Company is headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts, and its common stock is listed on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol "CMRG."

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