Corbin's unique tailoring and craftsmanship has enabled the company to sell its
trousers and clothing under the Corbin label to the best clothiers in the
world. The "Ivy League" look, which Corbin helped to create, became a staple of
civilian dress in the years after World War II. Since, Corbin has grown to become
the mainstay trouser company in the better American specialty marketplace.
It remains a staple in the men's trouser business placing great emphasis on fit.
As with other iconic American clothing companies, Corbin has experienced a
renewal of interest from the new generation of consumer. This savvy customer has
placed the brand squarely in the sights of a new generation based on quality and fit. The
combination of the classic haberdasher and the new consumer has broadened the scope and future for