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RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL
RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL

Nigel Cabourn

RAILMAN PANT VINTAGE TWILL

¥31,900

Style number: 80430050006

Unique with vintage twill Pants worn by railroad workers in France in the 1920s and 1940s, which added attention to detail and arrangements like Nigel Kavon to the texture of the time and the design at that time.

The twill fabric is delicate and solid with good driving, and the biggest feature is that it perfectly reproduces the dry touch of the twill fabric that has been used for decades.
In American English, TWILL, in English, DRILL, or thick tissue is also called a drill.
Both are twill weaves.
As it is also called Shamonori, diagonally flowing lines appear on the surface of the fabric.
Along with plain weave and satin weave, it is the most typical structure in the woven fabric structure.
Plain weave has a weak property of tear strength, although it cannot be said unconditionally because it is related to the nature and thickness of the thread used or the density of weaving.
The reason is that the force is concentrated from the vertical direction on one point of one thread with respect to the force in the vertical or horizontal direction.
The satin weave has the property of being vulnerable to catching because the thread that does not get entangled with the weave is exposed to the surface for a long distance.
The drill is durable because it diagonally receives the force that causes tearing and withstands the entire fabric.
Therefore, it is an organization that is often used for workwear and military wear.
Most of the military wear owned by Nigel Cabourn is 50 to 100 years old.
Therefore, the woven fabric has a unique texture that changes over time in combination with the environment in which it is worn.
Most of them have a dry touch and a feeling of tension, which is dry and dry, because the moisture of the thread flies over a long period of time and is affected by sunlight.
These characteristics are revived in the present age by applying original thread features, weaving design and finishing recipes.
Depending on the point of view, it looks like a very plain ordinary cotton twill weave, but here we have a deep knowledge of vintage fabrics and excellent knowledge and high technology that can reproduce any of them.


* 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): 32/45 cm, 34/47 cm, 36/49 cm
Inseam: 32 / 74 cm, 34 / 76 cm, 36/77 cm
Thicknes of thigh: 32 / 39 cm, 34 / 39.5 cm, 36 / 41.5 cm
Hem width: 32 / 25.5 cm, 34 / 26 cm, 36/27 cm



What is Nigel Cabourn?
A collection of Nigel Kavon, a British designer who is also a famous collector.
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.