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ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT
ARMY CARGO PANT

Nigel Cabourn

ARMY CARGO PANT

¥31,900

Style number: 80410050012

U.S. Army M-43 and cargo pants masterpiece M -51, and Nigel Cabourn's masterpiece that mixes British Army vintage

It is a design that mixes US Army M-43, cargo pants masterpiece M-51, and British Army vintage.
The fabric is back satin.
It is a very rigid tissue. The material is 100% cotton like M-51.
In M-65, which is the successor to M-51, the material will be changed to cotton nylon.
It looks like a minor material change, but in fact, a big event is hidden in the background.
The invention of nylon, the world's first synthetic fiber.
Nylon was invented in the United States in 1935, and nylon yarn became popular in various textile products after 1950.
In other words, nylon existed in the era of the M-51, which was adopted in the 51st year, but it is still a rare material. It means that a nylon blended yarn was used.
It's a little interesting fact from our sense that synthetic fibers are very common.


* Since this product is a continuous product, the product number listed and the product number purchased may differ.
Please note.


COLLECTION: 2021FW
SEX: MAN
LINE: MAIN


COTTON 100%

MADE IN JAPAN


Width (waist): 32/40 cm, 34 / 43.5 cm, 36 / 45.5 cm
Inseam: 32/72 cm, ​​34 / 74 cm, 36 / 75 cm
Thicknes of thigh: 32/37 cm, 34 / 38 cm, 36 / 39 cm
Hem width: 32/26 cm, 34 / 27 cm, 36 / 27 cm



What is Nigel Cabourn?
A collection of British designer Nigel Kavon, a world-renowned collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor wear.
Inspired by more than 4000 vintage collections over 30 years, his collection is timeless and new.
It is very characteristic that Nigel himself divides his own design into British production (authentic line) and Japanese production (main line).
The former uses mainly British materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items produced at Macintosh factories and Scottish knit factories, and the latter is a unique fabric that can only be made in Japan. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we are creating a collection that is not found anywhere else.