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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Matt Deckard, Oct 20, 2004.
Am I staring at a soon to be crotch?
How is the cut of the final pants? High waisted/ wide legged?
Yes you are, they are high waisted wide legged with four very large patch pockets.
I thought this was pretty cool:
Reinforced belt loops sewn into waistband.
The Wheel of glory
Heavy duty ww2 non commission chinos soon to drop
Male and Female solid brass biscuit stamps for a top grain 30's mailbag and large tote.
Coming along nicely Simon.
Would anybody know what these trousers could be?
Soft loden-like fabric.
Labelled 'XL' so I assume they aren't vintage but repro.
Perhaps a world war two uniform reproduction?
look like they've taken inspiration from several different European work and military trousers, and modernised them with a lower rise.
It doesn't seem like a fashion item to me though, no labels other than the 'XL', seems a bit stark and military.
Dunno. A strange one.
Look like reproduction m37 Nazi uniform trousers. Probably by a Chinese maker.
Brilliant Dinerman, thanks.
I bought them to sell, so an accurate description goes a long way.
And they're done
all so in English brushed twill
Those look great! Where are they from?
He makes them.
I've been researching gangs of the 40's and 50's - here is the first jacket I've just made
For everyone interested in classic workwear, I would recommend checking out Hand-Eye Supply, based in Portland, Oregon. Great website, even better retail store and some of the nicest people around, I've got no affiliation, other than having bought their Red Kap Denim Workshirt and having my eye on getting one of their aprons, maybe the Fog Linen.
Simon, that is amazing!
You are too kind Flat-top, thank you.
Ah o.k. I didn't know that. Thanks!
Found this a couple days ago for $20, denim vest with 3 donut buttons, I thought it went well with what I was wearing so I bought it
I like the vest. I don't do the jeans on jeans look but the stripes make it work. Is "The Work Wear Manufacturers" the brand?