It’s based on the common American trousers of the 1930s.
These pants use 4 kinds of fabrics on these trousers, 100% wool tweed, Japan Bemberg lining, yarn-dyed cotton fabric for waist, cotton herringbone twill (HBT) fabric for pocket cloth.
It is worth mentioning that the classical pocket watch pocket and double pleats design were added. In the 19th-20th century, these details often appeared in the trousers. At the beginning of the 20th century, the gentlemen almost had a pocket watch, while the waist pocket makes it more convenient for gentlemen to put in pocket watch when they take off their vest.
The trousers use two pleat design, which is very practical in the old times. It is very inconvenient for gentlemen to extend their legs when mount and dismount the horses. The pleated trousers design makes gentlemen stay elegant while riding horses, but also can have enough comfort.
500g Tweed, 80% Wool
Bemberg™ cuprammonium rayon lining
Cotton yarn-dyed fabric for waist lining
Cotton herringbone twill (HBT) fabric for pocket cloth
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