I really like the fit on the Dayton this time around. Find the crispness of the chambray interesting and makes it sit nicer as a midlayer than the softer cotton/linen or herringbone ones they'd done in the last few seasons.
Great overdyed grey cotton baker/fatigue pants from the underrated brand Save Khaki. Made in the USA, two flap button patch pockets and two deep baker patch pockets on the front. There are a few paint spots here and there on these, but in all honesty they add to the character of these. I'd say these are almost on par with Engineered Garments fatigues save for a few differences in the details. Still a fantastic pair of pants that have tons of life and character left in...
Daiki Suzuki era light khaki Ranger Pants in cotton poplin. Great spring/summer weight pants, fantastic design and details including a small flap coin pocket, two welt pockets in back along with the back flap pockets, and small notched waist. One of DS's better staple pieces he was doing just about every season during his run as head designer for WWM. In excellent condition, just a bit rumpled looking due to the lightweight nature of the cotton. Fits anywhere from a 32-34...
Heavier weight cotton pants from 45rpm. These were tapered to a 7.25" leg opening and 27" inseam. Note that stitching is coming slightly undone on the inner thigh, it can easily be repaired.
waist aligned: 15.5"
front rise: 10.75"
Picked this up from another member on here awhile ago. Undercover style grey down vest w removable lamb leather sleeves from Japanese store Nano Universe's in house label. Slimmer fit.
length from bottom of collar: 25.5"
Great layering piece that EG produced in a cotton/linen blend. In excellent condition
Will fit an XS-Med depending on how you want to wear it. Price includes domestic shipping.
length from bottom of collar: 26"