4160SP-OD High Count Waist Point Work Pants
|Country of origin||Japan|
|Features||Zipper fly OW finish|
4160SP (OD) * Zipper fly specification.
Use the waist point woven high density in the main material.
Chino cloth is usually used for trousers, but Momotaro dares to use the waist point.
The West Point is said to have been derived from the fact that the United States used it for military uniforms under the name West Point in New York.
The major difference between the Chino cloth and the waist point is that Chino is a "left aya / single yarn" while the west point is a "right aya / double yarn" organization.
It is woven with high density using combed yarn of long fiber, so it feels good and there is gloss.
The silhouette is an original silhouette that incorporates vintage specifications everywhere while using work pants as its roots.
The sewing specification adopts late-type details of the Chino trouser, such as two-needle stitching of the side and thigh, hip, and zipper specifications.
The inside specification adopts the details of the work pants and makes the piping clear.
Work pants with watch pockets along the waistband with one edge.
The back pocket has become both ball specifications.
Model: height 170cm weight 65kg
Pants: 32inch (wear slightly loose)
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