Trainspotting Cuffed Skinny Pants: Zebra/Plaid | Size 24 & 27 In Stock

$ 155


  • Size 24 and 27 in stock now
  • Faded black and dirty-white stretch cotton twill with plaid cotton waistband and ankle cuffs.
  • This fabric is a bit thicker and fits tighter. Check sizing chart for measurements. Recommended to size up.
  • Two silver snaps at waist
  • Exposed silver zipper
  • Two front pockets
  • Two back pockets
  • High rise  (note: Brit is 5'9" has a longer than average torso, so pants fit lower on her than they would on someone with an average length or shorter torso)
  • Plaid print ankle cuffs can be rolled up or worn down. Rolled down is the inseam length given in size chart. 
  • Belt loops with attached silver lobster claw keychain

Designed by Backbite owner Brit and ethically made by a small team of women in Los Angeles, CA. Backbite items are never made by underpaid garment workers.

Fabric Content:
Zebra Fabric: Cotton with a small amount of stretch. Not pre-shrunk. Not as stretchy as other fabrics and it is thicker so it fits tighter. Size up.

Brit is 5'9", around 130lbs, and wearing a size 26 in photos.
Plaid Waistband fabricCotton. No stretch. Not pre-shrunk.

Machine washable fabric. To avoid the metal keychain hitting your washing machine, turn pants inside out and wash in cool to warm water. Line dry if you don't want them to shrink a bit, or tumble dry on low heat. 

Sizing Help:
Rise plays a huge role in how pants fit! Please check out the links below to better understand how to choose your best-fitting size.

Click *here* for directions on how to measure a pair of your own pants so you can compare to the size chart.
Click *here* for directions on how to measure yourself. Pick your usual size below, and then check the coordinating "Front Rise" measurement. This is the point of your waist waist you will measure around to make sure the "Top Waist" measurement fits that area, since waists are different measurements at different points.

Please read all info and check out instructional links above. If you still have questions, shoot me an email!