What Is the Difference between Inseam and Outseam?

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When talking about the inseam and outseam, it is referring to pants and shorts. The inseam is from the crotch to the bottom of the pants or shorts. The outseam is the seam from the waist to the bottom of the pants or shorts.
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Inseam in the measurement of pants on the inside leg of the pant, from the crotch to the bottom of the pants. This is usually used by the tailor to fit the proper length of the pants
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Outseam size should be around 38.25 if the inseam is 28.
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It is simply saying that the 30 inch inseam is considered the "short" length and the 32.5 inch inseam is considered the "regular" length The inseam is measured
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also not everyone measures exactly the same even if they're using the same method. sometimes if you measure several times, you might get different measurements yourself depending
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