We are pleased to announce the addition of a new member to our popular 8G work pants series.
These are bush pants circulated in 1970.
The slim silhouette and the pockets on the front and back instead of the sides are details that were devised to avoid getting caught in bushes and bushes.
The 17.5-ounce black slub denim, woven on an old-style loom, is custom-made to recreate the details of the time.
The rough look of the front contrasts with the soft feel of the back.
The denim is dyed in an extra dark color, which is even darker than the dark color, to make it easier to get a bite.
The core white part of the yarn is made as large as possible so that it can be easily bruised.
By changing the fabric of the pockets, the contrast between black and black can be enjoyed.
As you wear them, they will change over time. This is truly a pair to know and enjoy the black color.
The back side of the front pocket flap is made of wabash stripe fabric.
The selvedge part has red ears and shining gold thread.
These become moderate accents that are not too assertive, and produce a design that will never get boring.
Material] 100% cotton
Country of manufacture] Made in Japan
We use 5-count ultra-slub yarn for the weft and 6-count uneven yarn for the warp.
Snap buttons made by Universal, established in 1895.
Back pockets with gussets for extra storage
Custom-made 3cm wide belt loops.
Custom-made 3cm wide belt loops - Eighty brand name sewn on the back of the belt on all sides