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Army Baker Pants Vat Dye Herringbone olive SALON LIMITED
New baker pants proposed by BONCOURA.
The model that BONCOURA usually develops as a standard model is developed using the original olive back satin material based on the USNAVY type baker pants.
This model is BONCOURA's first army-type baker pants, which is a modified USARMY-type vintage baker pants with BONCOURA's interpretation.
Based on the earliest herringbone baker pants, which is said to be a phantom model made around the 1940s, this is a gem item that has the best silhouettes and details from army baker pants of various ages.
The side adjuster specification, which is a feature of the early model, and the specifications at the end of the side adjuster dare to follow the details of the early days.
The front is a button type instead of a zipper type, and the button material is a urea button that is often used by the military.
The rise is deep, and the relaxed silhouette can be worn with a sense of fit, or you can wear it loosely.
Of course, the side adjuster allows fine adjustment of the waist.
The material is the original military olive herringbone fabric that BONCOURA has newly worked on.
It is thicker than the herringbone material used in the vintage at the time and has uneven herringbone, so it is the best material that you can enjoy BONCOURA's unique aging.
BONCOURA original military olive herringbone fabric is dyed using only the dye widely used for military items at that time called slen dyeing.
Slen dyeing, which is classified as Vat Dye, the same as indigo dyes, is resistant to fading due to chlorine bleach contained in general detergents and sunlight, and is the most color-fading method among clothing dyeing methods. Because it is difficult to dye, it was widely used as a dyeing method for military items used in harsh environments.
Although it is a very good dye in that it does not fade easily, it is very difficult to adjust the color development, and only skilled craftsmen can achieve the desired color. This is a very rare dyeing method.
Army baker pants that you can only taste at BONCOURA proposed by BONCOURA. Please actually wear it and feel the depth and commitment.
The size chart is in a shrunk state after washing and drying.