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What is "Outseam" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 08-Apr-2023 (10 months, 19 days ago)
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Outseam
The distance from the bottom of the trouser leg to the top of the pant at the waist. The measurement is taken along the outside leg seam that joins the front and back leg panels, and includes the width of the waistband.

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