I've had a pair of twill Woolrich Woolen Mills Ranger pants for a while now and, as it stands today, are the best pair of chinos I own. For F/W 2010 Mr. Suzuki has done up the Ranger pant in both grey and navy herringbone wool - both of these pants are must owns as far as I am concerned. The pants are trim fitting through the thigh and leg, yet still feature a leg opening wide enough to pair with your various boots. The jetted pockets below the rear flap pockets may seem superfluous, but are actually quite functional especially if you don't like carrying a bag around (they are big enough for your sunglasses, spectacles, cigarettes, phone, Ipod, etc.). The color palette for WWM F/W 2010 is pretty brooding and the Ranger pants benefit from this. Both the grey and navy herringbone wool expertly convey a sense of dressiness and ruggedness, which pairs up great with the Ranger pant's inherent aesthetic (a classy trouser with rugged detailing). It should be noted that these pants feature a relatively higher rise and feature a raised, split yoke in the back. I prefer my pants to have a higher rise so I dig the look, but it's definitely not for everyone. These are gonna look killer with a 2" cuff.