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Ute Ploier Basecamp Trousers FW12

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by AlexInExile, Mar 4, 2013.

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  1. AlexInExile

    AlexInExile Senior member

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    I picked these up from Suspension Point back in January. Since then I've started a project that has me working CA quite often, so I've only worn these twice. Beautifully cut and styled, these trousers probably have my favorite fit of anything I've owned. The texture is also quite luxurious. I wish I had more occasions to wear these, so I thought someone here could give them the wear they deserve.

    - These trousers feature a slim, narrow cut.
    - Motorcycle-style patch detail at the knees.
    - Constructed from textured warm grey salt & pepper wool and half lined.
    - Zipper and button closure, belt loops, two front-side pockets, and a single rear pocket.

    Fabric: 80% Virgin Wool 20% Polyamide (to be perfectly honest this fabric is slightly itchy similar to some of Schneider's cardigans)
    Color: Salt & Pepper
    Made in: Hungary

    Measurements:
    Size 46
    Waist: 16"
    Front Rise: 11.25"
    Inseam: 33"
    Hem: 6.75"

    The pictures are from Suspension Point. Additional pictures can be supplied if needed.

    Asking for $175 shipped. Retail was $350.
     
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