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Domestic Workwear Twill Tobacco Trousers from Inland

January 22, 2013


Ever wanted to have workwear made from bullet proof canvas? Have you considered sacrificing your Filson collection as source material to make a pair of pants? Pause and ponder these heavyweight trousers from Domestic Workwear. Weighing in 2 lb. and overbuilt in every aspect from the 11oz twill, to the oversized belt loops, to the button closure that’s thick enough to take a hit from a sledgehammer. If you’re a workwear aficionado, these are your Everest.

Details include, “11oz US-made heavyweight twill with a firm hand—not peached, sanded, or washed. #6 US-made YKK heavy-duty brass zipper. Flat-felled back and inside leg seams. Heavy-duty oversize belt loops for heavy work belts. Quarter front pockets and back welt pockets. Self-pocketing all around—pocket bags are constructed of the same 11oz twill as the pants. Unhemmed—hem to length, or just wear them rolled. Made in the USA (Chicago, IL).”

Find more images, details and purchase info at Inland Clothing.










3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 22, 2013 11:13 am

    If you’re in Chicago, you can get these custom-sized (plus other colors etc). Not sure if he offers that via the web, though.

  2. January 27, 2013 10:18 pm

    how do you go about getting custom colored?

  3. Dave permalink
    March 26, 2013 7:36 pm

    Why not just buy some Carhartt’s and get them tailored and avoid this fake manliness? Embrace the fake manliness of wearing tailored Carhartt’s instead. This is a joke though. $120 for work pants…

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