1942 Hunting Pant Grey Wabash - Pike Brothers
The 1942 Hunting Pant grey wabash consists of wabash selvage denim and was made for the life outdoors. This is where it feels the most comfortable. Wabash denim was used in the workwear section of the early 1920s and 30s. Mostly associated with railroad workers as it was used extensively for heavy labour.
The 1942 Hunting Pant offers a regular cut together with suspender buttons and a cinch back for size adjustment. Heavy bar tacks and seams mark it as an article for daily use. The D-ring at the front is a typical feature of the 1940s. It offered the owner the ability to attach his pocket watch chain, a feature that comes in very handy even today.
The following features characterize our 1942 Hunting Pant
13 oz wabash denim made from 100% Cotton
Normal waist, regular fit and Buttons, Rivets and Cinch Back in zinc finishing
Heavy bar tacks on seam ends, belt loops and pockets
D-ring for attaching a pocket watch chain
Made in Turkey
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In their own words, this is Pike Brothers:
Pike Brothers specializes in the production of authentic outdoor and workwear of the early 20th century. Authentic to us means producing garments in exactly the same way as in the original period.
Our garments are more than the sum of fabric, patterns and accessories. They have a story to tell, the story of who they are and where they come from.
We believe that in regard to quality, traditional workmanship has prevailed. Only with carefully selected materials and a great deal of attention to detail are we able to produce garments that meet our very high standards as well as being unique in appearance and superior in comfort and durability.
Where we come from
Pike Brothers was founded by George and Joseph Pike in 1930. Their small but exclusive tailoring shop was located in the Portobello Road, Notting Hill, in the heart of London. Their specialty was custom-made menswear. During the Second World War with a steadily growing number of American soldiers coming to Britain, the Pike Brothers also specialized in the production of uniforms for the U.S. Armed Forces.
They combined the finest fabrics with European craftsmanship and created an unmistakable profile of sturdy American menswear with European influence; a heritage to which we are still committed today.
What we stand for
Set apart from the conventional, we create our superior utility garments in true style – without losing sight of functionality. We like to spend our free time outdoors so we know about the value of functional and high-quality garments. In order to fulfil our high expectations, we work together with exclusive European weavers and tailoring shops where the garments are made by hand, using traditional craftsmanship.