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The Pant Project Introduces Power Stretch Jeans

The Pant Project, online retailer for trousers, has broadened its product line with the debut of power stretch jeans. By doing so, the fashion label, it claims, now boasts pants for any event, from formal workwear to everyday chinos and jeans starting from Rs.3,490 onwards. The brand’s premium denim is made from tightly woven twill, with the weft passing under two or more warp threads, resulting in a soft, high-quality fabric. The addition of high-stretch technology provides extra comfort and mobility for everyday wear.

Made from The Pant Project’s ‘innovative denim fabric’, the new range of jeans adapts to the body contour. This new range stands for fashion and functionality, with each product offering created to provide the perfect blend of comfort, performance, and ergonomics.

“As a brand, we continue to push boundaries in terms of versatility, dynamism and style. Above all, our customers do not need to sacrifice their look for comfort with The Pant Project’s jeans,” said Udit Toshniwal, co-founder of The Pant Project. “Our customers do not need to sacrifice their look for comfort with The Pant Project’s jeans. These jeans have the look of authentic vintage denim, custom-fit, and the stretch of your favourite legging.”

“We have based our fits on in-depth research of Indian body types so that they fit you just right. You can choose your inseam length based on your height, and in a range comprising of four washes,” said Dhruv Toshniwal, co-founder, of The Pant Project. “Our newest range of jeans have incredible power stretch technology that gives you the freedom of movement all day long. And they are proudly Made in India!”

The finished product includes a stretch waistband and is machine-washable for easy maintenance.

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