Since 1946, Berle has proudly boasted a family-owned heritage, something few of this brand’s contemporaries can claim. After more than 60 years, Berle clothing and Vintage 1946 clothing continues to help well-dressed gentlemen maintain their crisp, polished appearance. When you try on a pair of Berle pants or Berle shorts, it’s easy to see why this brand has maintained such a loyal following. You’ll be amazed by the quality tailoring found in every piece of Berle clothing -- each imbued with e ... Learn more about Berlexactly the tradition and precision polish you’d expect from a family-owned brand straight out of South Carolina. ... Less
Reviewed by The wife from Charleston, SC on Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Ordered for my husband and he was very pleased with the color, fit and price - he has worn Barry Bricken pants in the past and knows the price was much lower than retail. He wears them to work with a coat and tie or for nice occasions.
Reviewed by Bluegrass Shopper from Horse Country, Kentucky on Thursday, August 12, 2010
I am getting married in a month and needed some linen pants to match the texture of my Cuban wedding shirt. After trying several tie string versions I decided to order these. They fit the bill and will walk me down the aisle. I was quite pleased when they arrived.
Reviewed by cycler73 from Denver, CO on Friday, June 18, 2010
I really like the look of these shorts and the fit is good. And the price was killer. Not sure about the longengivity of the material, but they are a nice light weight short for summer that can be dressed-up a bit
Reviewed by Dave from Canada from Saskatoon, SK on Friday, June 4, 2010
Very nice breathable pair of pants - I wore them walking on a warm sunny day this and kept cool, when in my normal khakis I'd have been cooking. I bought both off-white ("natural") and black, and while the black looks very professional, the white has a bit more of a casual look and is partly see-through. Dry clean only is a bit of a pain, although I've read online that dry-clean only linen garments can be hand washed and hung to dry but need ironing.