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IC: ZAM BARRETT Black Linen DNA J-Pants, Slim Cut, Size 46 (Fits 30-32)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by reedobandito, Dec 30, 2013.

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    It really pains me to list these, as they're the nicest pants I've ever handled and one of the nicest pieces of clothing I've ever owned entirely. Very rare, were only a sample run as apparently Zam said the material cost too much for a full production run. IMO the nicest material/cut Zam ever put out.

    The material is this absolutely insane ultra heavy 100% linen, the pants weigh like 1-2 lbs and are warm even in the winter. The material drapes and stacks absolutely beautifully, and the weave up close is phenomenal. The cut is very slim throughout the thigh all the way to the hem, and best for someone who usually wears 30/46 in pants, but can be worn slimmer by someone who usually is in between a 46/48 like me (though they are a touch too small, hence why I'm considering selling).

    Handmade in NYC, nice metal detailing and hardware all over, deep overdyed black color and wonderful seam work.

    The condition is an easy 9/10, only wore them outside for a few hours total, they've otherwise been folded neatly in my dresser. Should come with the original canvas cotton Zam bag if I can find it, possibly the tags as well. Retailed for north of $500.

    Measurements:
    Waist: 16.5"
    Rise: ~10.5"
    Inseam (Keep in mind they're J-cut): ~35"
    Hem: 6.85"

    The first fit is me wearing them, the second Zam himself
     

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