These tight silhouette bush pants are made of 17.5 oz. denim with plenty of crunch. The pants are made of 17.5 ounce denim with plenty of crunch and have a tight silhouette. The heavy-weight denim is durable and comfortable to wear. The workwear-like appearance is an attractive finish.
Bush pants are a type of work pants that began circulating around 1970. Bush pants are a type of work pants that began circulating around 1970, and have a relatively short history among work pants compared to pants such as painter's pants. As the name implies, they are named after the way hunters wade through the bush (bushes and thickets). The pockets are equipped with stick pockets on the front and back so that the pockets do not get caught in the bushes and trees. The slim silhouette is characteristic for good footwork in the bushes.
The front pocket has a small flap pocket on top of the front pocket, and the left and right pockets have four pockets in total. The front paste pocket has an additional small flap pocket on top of it, for a total of four pockets on each side. The flap pockets have a snap button closure for easy opening and closing. The back of the flap is accented with hickory fabric. In addition, the back pocket is gusseted to provide plenty of space. the back pocket is gusseted, which not only ensures plenty of capacity, but also creates a three-dimensional appearance.
Made of 17.5 oz. selvedge denim that can withstand heavy wear. As the bag is worn, you can enjoy the crisp, heavy-weight change over time.