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- Order number: PB-1947-HT-FA-34
Pike Brothers 1947 Harvester Trousers French Asphalt
The Pike Brothers 1947 Harvester Trousers have their roots in British menswear. British pants were already cut tighter in the early 1920s, in contrast to other countries such as France or Germany. As was customary at the time, suspender buttons and a cinchback are attached to the trousers.
The fabric French Asphalt, which Pike Brothers used for this series, is made of 100% cotton. As the name suggests, the fabric has French origins. French Asphalt was traditionally used as a light summer fabric. Pike Brothers have rewoven the fabric according to the original recipe. Although it comes from the workwear sector, it has a very elegant look and is absolutely comfortable to wear.
The following details characterize the Pike Brothers 1947 Harvester Trousers:
- Outer fabric: 100% cotton
- Slim fit
- 2 front pockets, 2 back pockets
- Suspenders buttons
- Horn buttons (contains non-textile parts of animal origin)
- Made in Portugal