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Shellac slim cargo pants - size 48 (fits 30)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by imhotep, Mar 16, 2014.

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    Shellac was founded in 2000 by designer Hideshi Maruya, the former chief designer for 5351 Pour les Hommes et les Femmes. The lineage shows through in his work, which maintains the same slim, structured silhouettes and dark appeal that 5351 is known for. The styling, quality and price point is on par with Kazuyuki Kumagai Attachment and the Viridi Anne.

    Made in Japan
    Slim Cargo pant
    Tagged size 48 but this is Japanese sizing
    99% cotton, 1% elastane
    Army green (The color is a darker green and less grey than it appears in the photos)
    NWOT

    The fit is quite slim. They have unique stitching at the knees, which causes a bunching effect in that area. Solidly made.

    Measurements:
    Waist: 16.0
    Front rise: 8.5
    Inseam: 32.5
    Leg opening: 7.5

    Price is $165 shipped domestic. Message me for international.

    Apologies for the poor photos. They were taken with my phone.



    Small print:
    1. Please do not message me with "trade" offers.
    2. I will not "hold" an item for you without convincing reason. I assume people who shop online have a credit card.
    3. You are of course allowed to change your mind prior to making payment. However, negative feedback will be left for those who agree to purchase and then go missing and/or stop replying to messages.
     

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