Seen here in a khaki cord colourway, these Stan Ray OG Cord Painter Pants are made from naturally warm and hard wearing 18 wale cotton corduroy. Cut to a tapered leg, triple chain stitched flat felled seams have been used to achieve a hardwearing, tough finish with additional bar tack stitching at key stress points. The waistband is secured by a single colour matched button with a zippered fly below and on either side of the front slanted entrance pockets offer plenty of space to carry essential items. On the reverse two large patch pockets are also available and utilitarian details have been added onto the thighs for additional character, including two slim pockets and a hammer loop on the left left. For a clean finish, the legs have straight cut hems.
Established in 1972 by Earl Beard, Stan Ray are famous for their chore jackets and painter pant trousers which reflect the brand’s origins within designing uniforms for the US military. With over thirty years experience in designing hardwearing, long lasting clothing, contemporary collections reflect an ongoing focus on quality, cut and fabric with button through shirts made from brushed cotton, signature trouser silhouettes reworked in corduroy and bright colour pops reflecting the brands experimental side.
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