Important information about MASCOT’s products
Why is the leg length
of my trousers so
• To ensure that the kneepad pockets won’t turn
to the inside or outside of the knees (they will
if your trousers are too short or too long).
• To ensure that the kneepad pockets aren’t
placed too high or too low at the knees.
• Because you are more efficient, when you
don’t have to adjust your kneepad pockets
before you kneel.
• Because you only feel the freedom of
movement of the ergonomically designed
trouser legs when your knees are correctly
placed in the trousers.
• To ensure that the pockets aren’t placed too far
down or too far up and won’t bother you when
Choose the correct leg length! Ensure yourself
ultimate comfort and efficiency!
How to measure your leg length
You measure your leg length on the inside of the leg from crotch to floor
(barefoot). MASCOT offers the leg lengths 76 cm, 82 cm and 90 cm as
standard in the majority of our trousers. If your inseam is between one
of these leg lengths, you should choose the longer leg length. Choosing
the correct waist size is also important; if the trousers are too big in the
waist, this will also affect the leg length. See more about measuring and
sizes on the following page.
Is extension possible?
Yes! Some trousers can be extended. If your leg length is a couple of
centimetres longer than MASCOT’s measurements, you should consider
trousers that can be extended. Choose trousers from MASCOT ® SAFE
SUPREME or semi-stretch trousers from MASCOT ® HARDWEAR, where
you can easily extend the trousers by releasing the red stitching on the
Is shortening possible?
Most trousers can be shortened by up to three cm without it affecting the
ergonomic fit or the use of pockets and functions. You have to be aware
that fluorescent, safety certified trousers, have some limitations with
regard to shortening of the trouser legs. You risk losing the certification if
the trousers are shortened by too much.