Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop
Engineered Garments

Fatigue Pants in Olive Cotton Ripstop

$ 288.00
Size: Small
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  • A military inspired classic, Engineered Garments updates the iconic Fatigue Pant silhouette with great attention to detail. Featuring a durable cotton-ripstop fabric, the pants sport a sturdy and lightweight feel. The pants come cut in a tailored straight-leg fit, with a roomy top-block and slight taper down the leg. Detailed with drawstrings at the waistband, large fatigue-style pockets, and cinch openings at the hem, designed to lead a string through to adjust leg opening.
    • Straight-leg fit
    • Lightweight cotton ripstop fabric
    • Two large fatigue pockets
    • Hidden stash pocket
    • Button closure back pockets
    • Adjustable waist
    • Universal zipper fly
    • Drawstring leg opening
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in New York, USA

  • Size Waist Rise Thigh Knee Inseam Leg Opening
    X-Small 31" 12.75" 12" 9.8" 29.25" 8"
    Small 33" 13.25" 12.9" 10.25" 29.75" 8"
    Medium 35.5" 13.3" 13.3" 10.7" 30.75" 8.25"
    Large 36.5" 13.6" 13.75" 11.1" 31.25" 8.5"
    X-Large 39.5" 14" 14.5" 11.2" 31.25" 8.75"

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  • Founded 1999 by Daiki Suzuki in New York City, the Engineered Garments mission statement is "to make garments that become more personal through the experiences you have with them." Drawing from years buying for Nepenthes stores, Suzuki values unique garment construction with attention to detail; realized through Engineered Garments. Each piece in the brand's ever-evolving catalog is designed with hidden qualities and meaning, straying from the idea of "perfect design."
Founded 1999 by Daiki Suzuki in New York City, the Engineered Garments mission statement is "to make garments that become more personal through the experiences you have with them." Drawing from years buying for Nepenthes stores, Suzuki values unique garment construction with attention to detail; realized through Engineered Garments, each piece is designed with hidden qualities and meaning, straying from the idea of "perfect design."