A slimmer fitting work-pant cut from a space-aged blend of hemp, organic cotton, recycled polyester, and smidgen of stretch. The cut is a little more tapered than the pants you’ll find at the hardware store, but the fabric’s just as tough, and the stretch lets you move around without worrying about a rip. We nixed the flashy rivets (we used heavy duty bar-tack stitching to reinforce stress points instead), so you can go from the workshop to a meeting without anyone giving you side-eye.
This is a custom-milled 12. oz kitchen sink canvas, and it’s got a little bit of everything in it. They’re mostly made of hemp, which is easy on the environment and lasts forever, but rough on the skin if they’re not blended with another fiber. To soften them up, we added a healthy dose of recycled polyester and organic cotton, and a little stretch so that we could cut them slim, and not have to worry about rips and tears when we bent over to pick something up.
12-oz. 54% Hemp, 30% Recycled Polyester, 14% Organic Cotton, 2% spandex.
Custom developed for Taylor Stitch.
Same beloved fit as our Chore Pant.
Angled front slash pockets for easy entry.
Two back patch pockets.
Front and back pockets bar-tacked at stress points.
Custom San Francisco map print pocketing.
YKK top button and button fly closure.