The Type 126 trouser has been cut with a wide leg and full seat and can cinch In with brass buckles that are fixed either side of the waist. Two front pockets sit at the front and are lined and patched into the side seams, like traditional workwear overalls.
This model is rinsed to shrink and has been made from a custom woven Cotton Taunton fabric. The broken twill cloth weighs 11oz and was historically a standard of the town of Taunton, in Somerset in the South West of England.
This garment is then dyed in England using dye naturally extracted from Juglans Nigra, The Black Walnut. The first recorded use of this dye dates back as far as ancient Rome, where it was used as hair dye and re discovered across medieval Europe. Artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Rembrandt and Van Dyke have also used inks made from concentrated walnut.
Product Code: SD-TNDRSS19-126-ECRU-WALNUT