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US.ARMY type work pants.
ARMY-style pants, which are extremely popular in the vintage scene but are extremely rare, are arranged in the BONCOURA style.
The pocket shape and details are a little different from the standard BONCOURA work pants.
The original needle cinch bag has the BONCOURA logo.
The fabric is
The material is BONCOURA's new original military olive herringbone fabric.
It is thicker than the herringbone material used in vintage products at the time, and has herringbone irregularities, making it the best material that allows you to enjoy BONCOURA's unique aging effect.
BONCOURA's original military olive herringbone fabric is dyed using only slen dyeing, a dye widely used for military items at the time.
Slen dyeing, which is classified as a Vat Dye like indigo dyes, is resistant to fading due to chlorine bleach contained in common detergents and sunlight, and is the most colorfast 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 an excellent dye in that the color does not easily fade, it is very difficult to adjust the color development, and only a skilled craftsman can achieve the desired color, so dyeing with 100% thren dye is not popular these days. This is a very rare dyeing method.
The size chart is for unwashed items and may shrink after washing.