Warehouse & Co. - Lot 1219 - Brownduck Double Knee Work Pants - Brown
When we set out to carry Warehouse this Fall, it was this idea of "let's carry the weird stuff." We really wanted to be the hub for the stuff you simply don't see anywhere else. This pair is a repro of a 19th-century canvas rivet pant with pockets in the front and back. These flap pockets were designed to keep things from falling out. They also have a padded cloth sewn into the flaps of the pockets, a feature of the era when horseback riding was the norm. This pair is meant to be worn tight enough not to need a belt (the buckle back helps with that) or with suspenders. These pants truly are for working, but we like to take that style and turn it into fashion. Doing either would be fine by us.
- 100% Cotton Thread Dyed Selvedge Duck (newly developed)
- Iron Swirl Button
- Iron Buckle
- Copper Rivet
- 4 Flap Pockets
- Black Contrast Button Stitch
- Double Knee
- Unsanforized (expect shrinkage)
- Made in Japan
A variance of +/-.5" is within tolerance.
Expect 3-4" of shrink in the length upon first wash and 2-3" in the waist.
Fit Notes: This pair shocked us a bit. We were fully expecting the 31 to fit small, but it fits more like the next size up. This is rare from Warehouse, and really almost any Japanese brand. So these are built for guys who want more room. The cynch back helps you get your right size, but you still probably want to size down once from your normal denim size. Andy is wearing a 31 and they're quite large on him. We would most likely need a size 30 and then shrink them down a bit. Shop owner Tommy is our standard fit model and he would do the same. He is 5'10," 165lbs with a 32-33" waist.