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A pioneer, Bernard Zins understood that industrial quality and tailoring craft could be complementary. Thanks to his many technical innovations, the House developed unique manufacturing processes, pursuing the perfect pants.
Today, the Maison Bernard Zins still carries on with this vision and takes pride in defending the 10 golden rules that its Founder established.

Model
Waistband

The assembly of the waistband is a tailored finish. This avoids stiffness and prevents the roll.

Under Fly

The original shape of the under fly is made with a button hole in the extension of the waistband seam as done in the olden days, this allows for a balance fit

Stitching

The stitches are as short as possible: 6 stitches per centimetre, to ensure strength in movement, resistance and a clean appearance.

Overstitching

Use of 2 ply yarns avoids tearing when trouser is put on

Lining to Knee

The strategic positioning of the lining at the knee avoids the “bagging” or stretching the fabric at the knee.

Belt Loops

They are stitched with an “invisible stitch” and pressed before assembly in order to be impeccably net.

The Buttonholes

They are eyelet shaped with bar-tacks ensuring suppleness and durability.

The Buttons

They are fixed and reinforced due to the button shank being wound by a thermo welded thread.

Pocketing

The pocket bag is “stitched inside and then turned”. In this way its neatness and endurance is increased. The pocket bag is not sewn inside the lining, this allows greater comfort.

Matching

In the workshop, the check fabrics, stripes and corduroys are aligned and matched at the side seams and at the waist.

BZV2 10 Quality Points 74050/002