McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal
Visvim

McCloud Slacks Santome in Charcoal

$ 785.00
Size: 3/L
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  • visvim's McCloud Slacks feature a custom fabric woven using multiple different threads giving the pants a unique texture. Cut in a straight leg fit with tailored pleats at the waist, the pants are crafted with aspects of Japanese design and traditional suiting. Featuring a composition of wool, linen, and cotton, the fabric has a medium weight and textured visible-weave. Detailed with tailored pleating, these pants come fixed with an integrated side-seam pockets at the hips, a cotton interior lining, and two welt pockets at the rear. 
    • Medium-weight wool, linen, cotton blend fabric
    • Straight fit
    • Tailored pleats and darting
    • Two side-seam pockets at the waist
    • Two welt pockets at the rear
    • Button fly with water buffalo horn buttons
    • Shell: 62% wool 34% linen 4% cotton
    • Liner: 100% cotton
    • Made in Japan
    • 0123105008019
  • Size Waist Rise Thigh Knee Inseam Leg Opening
    1 30" 13.5" 12" 9.75" 29" 8"
    2 32" 13.5" 13" 10.25" 29.5" 8.5"
    3 34" 14" 13.5" 10.75" 30.5" 9"

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  • Conceptualized in the year 2000, visvim®'s longstanding reputation for quality and inventiveness stems from designer Hiroki Nakamura's fascination with old-world craftsmanship and vintage Americana. Drawing aspects from Japanese design, American workwear, and Native-American aesthetics, the streetwear legend goes through painstaking processes to produce each garment, amassing global acclaim for the quality of all things visvim®.

Conceptualized in the year 2000 visvim®'s longstanding reputation for quality and inventiveness stems from designer Hiroki Nakamura's fascination with old-world craftsmanship and vintage Americana. Drawing aspects from Japanese design, American workwear, and Native-American aesthetics, the streetwear legend goes through painstaking processes to produce each garment, garnering global acclaim for the quality and craftsmanship of all things visvim®.