NIGEL CABOURN x LYBRO
PLEATED CHINO PANT
GARMENT DYED COTTON HERRINGBONE
|W30||80 cm||32 cm||30 cm||20 cm||80 cm|
LYBRO is a British workwear brand that existed until the 1960s, where only vintage items currently exist.
At that time, twill and denim brands were rare in Britain, and during World War II, workwear was manufactured and delivered to the British Army under the control of the government.
By Nigel Cabourn, the "LYBRO" brand has been revived in the modern era and will be a reprinted line in the form of collaboration.Please enjoy the style and functionality unique to work wear.
■ For the fabric, we use the cotton herringbone fabric that is familiar in the military.As it is washed, it has a relatively soft texture.In addition, the product is dyed, so you can enjoy aging as you wear it.The fabric is reasonably thick, so you can wear it all year round.
■ It is a design based on the chino cloth pleated pants that were supplied as formal wear not only for military use but also for civilians in the United Kingdom during World War II.
The base pants were adjusted with fasteners on both sides like the British Army Gurka pants, but this product eliminates that detail and replaces it with belt loops and suspender buttons.
■ Among Nigel Cabourn's pants, it is a very versatile pants that is easy to match with various coordination with a slightly slender and clean silhouette.
■ Of course, it can be used alone, but it is also recommended to coordinate it with 3 pieces together with BRITISH ARMY BLAZER and BRITISH ARMY VEST made of the same material.
■ There is a tack on the waist, and the front is a button fly specification.
Color: 4 colors
Country of origin: China
* Model wearing size: W32
Height 175 cm Weight 72 kg
I always wear W32 pants for Nigel Cabourn products, but they also have the same size as usual and are a perfect fit.
[Reference example of size]
・ Staff A: Height 182cm Weight 80kg W34 is selected.
・ Staff B: Height 168cm Weight 60kg W30 is selected.
* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.