Warehouse & Co Lot 1223 Forty And Eight Horse Guard Pants
Warehouse & Co
These trousers are made in Japan by Warehouse & Co. Warehouse is known for making some of the best vintage replica garments in the world. Their attention to details when it comes to material and manufacturing techniques makes it hard to tell the difference if you compare a Warehouse garment with an actual vintage piece.
These pants draw inspiration from a uniform found in Warehouse's archives. It's a uniform once worn by the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) during the end of WWI. The name "Forty and Eight" refers to the boxcars carrying the soldiers at the time since their maximum capacity were forty people and eight horses.
A lots of interesting details can be found on these trousers such as patch pockets,suspender buttons and a cinch back, details very common for these type of garments from the early 1900's. The fabric used in these is a light ounce left twill denim, soft and easy to wear yet rugged and durable.
Johan is 173 cm tall, weighs 67 kilos and wears a size W30.
Hemming is always included when you purchase a pair of jeans from us! Give us a comment during check out and we will shorten them before we send them. Keep in mind that you won't be able to return the jeans if we alter the length for you.
- Warehouse & Co Lot 1223 Forty And Eight Horse Guard Pants - Lot 1223
- 100% Cotton - Left twill selvedge light ounce denim - Suspender buttons - Two front patch pockets - One patch back pocket - Ruler pocket on the side - Button fly - Cinch back - Belt loops - One Wash / Won't shrink - High Waist & Wide Leg - Wraparound leg - Button fly
- Made in Japan
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. The thigh measurements are taken 10 centimeters down from the crotch straight across the pant leg.