Our 1932 Engineer Pant is based on an early 1930s US Army Service Chino. These pants were originally meant to be worn as in the field as a part of the uniform, aswell as a formal attire. Therefore the fit was roomy and comfortable for a full range of movement. When washed and ironed, it looked sharp and suited. For the fabric we used an authentic cavalry twill. As the name implies, it also has a military background and was often used in riding garments due to its long-lasting characteristics.
The following features characterize our 1932 Engineer Pant:
- 320 gram twill made from 100% Cotton
- high waist, loose fit
- Cinch back in zinc finishing, buttons made of real ivory nut
- Button fly
- Suspender Buttons
- D-ring for attaching a pocket watch chain
The trousers have been rinsed in order to provide more comfort.